WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — Darion Anderson picked up his UGA offer in late February, and by early March, he called himself a Bulldogs commit.
Anderson’s mother, Lasandra, didn’t see it coming.
Anderson, a 3-star wide receiver commit from Houston County, told the AJC’s DawgNation.com that he was walking around his house with a Cincinnati jersey to throw her off.
“I just wanted to be discreet with it and didn’t want her to know what I was doing, so I had a Cincinnati shirt on,” Anderson said.
In the video above, you’ll get the answers to the following questions:
1) Is he worried that UGA has three other wide receiver commits in this year’s class?
2) Does he plan on taking an official visit to any schools besides UGA?
3) What’s his prediction for this weekend’s game against Alabama?