Mark Richt has produced some big-time defensive backs in his days at Georgia and he has another one…
Freshman Preview: Fayette County's Boykin
Recruitment: Like many of his future classmates, Boykin committed to Georgia early on and never really looked back. Boykin gave the Bulldogs a verbal pledge in March of 2007 and stuck to his word and eventually signed on the dotted line 11 months later.
At UGA: Boykin will have some competition at Georgia right off the bat as he signed with a class that features several defensive backs. In addition to Boykin, the Bulldogs iinked Makiri Pugh, Bacarri Rambo, Xavier Avery and Sanders Commings.
A look at the former Fayette County star and future Bulldog:
* Boykin will wear No. 20 at Georgia.
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