It took a major academic turnaround, but the Georgia Bulldogs will add one more running back to the 2016 class on Tuesday with the expected signing of New Manchester (Douglasville) running back Brian Herrien:
I am signing at my school(new Manchester high school) on Tuesday ✍ that's all I'm saying .— brian herrien (@brianherrienn) May 15, 2016
Herrien did great work during his senior season of high school, rushing for 1,970 yards, but didn't get much attention from college coaches due to academic issues. He's now upped his ACT score to an 18 and made good enough grades in the spring semester to qualify at UGA. A great story of perseverance for a player who should become the newest Georgia Bulldog in a few days.