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BREAKING: 2020 ATH Corey Wren Has Committed to Georgia

June 19, 2019

The Georgia offense just got faster.

With big-bodied commits Justin Robinson‍ and Marcus Rosemy‍ already on the commit list, the Bulldogs added some much-needed speed to the receiver group with the addition of John Curtis (LA) playmaker Corey Wren‍.

The 5-foot-9 170-pounder visited Georgia twice this year and decided to commit to Georgia over Arizona State, TCU, Ole Miss, and others.

“I went last week for a 1on1 workout with wide receivers coach Cortez Hankton,” Wren told Dawg Post. “It’s a special place that can develop me as an athlete and a man off the field.”

“I felt like a priority for Georgia,” Wren said.  “Iron sharpens iron.”

Not only does Wren have a future in football, he’s got big plans for life after football as well.

“Graduating in 3 years is extremely important to me so I can start working on my masters.” Wren said.

As a player, Wren is an explosive playmaker and a threat to score every time he touches the ball. He’s deadly in the slot and a nice compliment to the two other current commitments. 

Wren is a player that offensive coordinators love to have. He can be useful not only as a slot receiver but in the return game as well.

Wren becomes Georgia’s third wide receiver commitment in the 2020 class and the second to jump on board in as many days. He also becomes Georgia’s 5th commitment in June and 15th commitment overall.

Check out his junior highlights here:

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