Video of Football Player’s Georgia Commitment Released Early
By: David Cohen, Web Editor
Monday, July 20, 2009 - 10:45 am

All of the usual drama and suspense was absent when Douglass High defensive lineman Garrison Smith held his press conference at Shout in Colony Square Sunday night to announce that he would play for the University of Georgia Bulldogs. Why? A video of Smith putting on a Georgia cap and stating his intentions to play for the Bulldogs was accidentally released Friday night.

According to, a server reset, which changed the time for the release of the video, Chip Towers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

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