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BREAKING: 2024 WR Ny Carr Commits To Kirby Smart, Georgia Bulldogs

July 5, 2022

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ATHENS - Kirby Smart and Bryan McClendon just landed one of the state’s top prospects in the 2024 class and one of the top overall playmakers in Georgia.

That would be Colquitt County (GA) receiver, Ny Carr‍.

Ranked by Dawg Post as the state’s No. 10 prospect in the 2024 class, Carr decided to end his recruitment early on and play for the national champion Georgia Bulldogs.

“My favorite part about UGA is everyone shows love”, Carr told Dawg Post. “It’s a great atmosphere just being there. It makes you want to win and just be better at everything. It was a dream school for me”

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What is Georgia getting in Carr?

Speed and a natural route-runner.

One of the top playmakers in all of South Georgia, the speedy 6-foot-0 175-pound playmaker out of Colquitt County (GA) is coming off a dominating sophomore season where he torched defenses on a weekly basis. It’s not easy to make a giant impact at a big program as a sophomore, but that’s exactly what Carr was able to do last fall.

A quick, twitchy receiver who knows how to run routes, Carr can do just about anything asked of him from a receiver standpoint. He can take a quick slant for a big gain, he’s great in the screen game, and he’s one of the best down-field threats in the area. He also dominated during the 7-on-7 circuit this month, helping to lead Colquitt County to the Athens 7-on-7 tournament championship as well as the tournament championship at Collins Hill. Last fall, Carr made 40 receptions for 856 yards and 13 touchdowns, leading all 2024 receivers in 7A.

He’s not the biggest receiver you’ll find, but he’s explosive and a natural route-runner who can get open on his own. 

He’s the No. 10 prospect in Georgia, but according to the 247 Composite Rankings, Carr is the No. 10 WR prospect in his class and the No. 66 overall prospect in the country. 

In the end, the South Georgia standout chose the Bulldogs over Florida and Arkansas.

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