VIDEO: Remember when two 4-star players committed to Georgia in Christmas-themed video


After Georiga defeated the Auburn Tigers and won their first SEC Championship since 2005, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution remembers when the Bulldogs landed two 4-star recruits last December.

Wide receiver Jeremiah Holloman from Newton High School in Covington, Ga. and defensive end Malik Herring from Mary Persons High School in Forsyth, Ga. committed to Georgia in a Christmas-themed video in 2016.

Watch the announcement video below:


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