Columbia (Miss.) East Marion safety Johnathan Abram received some big news on Saturday morning after placing a call to the Georgia Bulldog coaching staff.
The Bulldogs have been watching Abram closely, and on Saturday they decided it was time to offer. The Bulldogs join Southern Miss, Louisiana-Lafayette, ULM, and Louisville on his offer list, and he likes what he has seen from the Bulldog program.
"It's a really great program," Abram said. "I really like the things they have going up there and what they're trying to build."
He plans to visit Georgia for the Bulldogs' 2014 season opener against the Clemson Tigers. He does not have any other visits scheduled at this time, and he is not ready to name any program his leader.
"I haven't even really been thinking about it right now," Abram said. "I've just been getting ready for the season."
He is not ready to make his decision now, but he does have an idea about how he plans to handle the decision making process.
"I think I'm just going to wait a while and see how things go and how many offers come in," Abram said.
Abram completed 94 of 194 passes for 1,737 yards and 21 touchdowns while running for 1,288 yards, 19 touchdowns, and 4 two-point conversions on 162 carries for the Eagles as a junior. He also recorded 82 tackles and 3 interceptions on defense and he averaged 40 yards a punt on 3 punts with a long of 45 yards.
He helped guide East Marion to a 12-3 overall record and the Mississippi 2A State semifinals.