ATHENS — Chauncey Manac, one of Georgia’s highest-rated and longest-running commitments, has sent in his letter-of-intent, Georgia confirmed.
Manac was the third LOI to arrive at Georgia on Wednesday morning.
A defensive end from Homerville, Manac is rated as the No. 114 overall prospect in the nation, and the 10th-best at his position. He’s also the No. 13 prospect in the state, per 247Sports.
The Clinch County High School star committed way back in September 2014, and held firm since then, including the coaching turnover.
Manac would appear to have a good chance to play right away, as Georgia lost four seniors off last year’s defensive line. The team returns Trent Thompson, the nation’s top prospect in the 2015 class, as well as John Atkins, who was a part-time starter, and a deep group of defensive linemen from last year’s class.