Tough decisions are the norm during the recruiting process, and Bradwell Institute offensive lineman Chester Brown has recently had to make one.
After being committed to Georgia since July, Brown has decided to withdraw his commitment from the Bulldogs and look elsewhere.
"Due to personal reason that I just don't feel like putting out there, I have to part ways with UGA," said Brown Monday night. "Words can not explain how much love I have for Georgia, but I want everyone to know that this is for personal reasons."
While Brown may be moving on from the school he has been committed to for seven months, he is optimistic about how his future will pan out.
"I want to open have some great prospects with schools like Central Florida, Tulane, Syracuse, and big colleges like that," he said. "Miami and those other colleges are supposed to be coming by. My coaches also say TCU is interested."
Despite Brown's commitment and love for the Bulldogs, he wants it to be clear that it was a decision he had to make.
"It was my decision to make, and I had to do it," said Brown. "When I told the coaches they just were surprised but they told to do what I have to do. I don't want anyone to think that we went out on bad terms, and I love UGA, but I had to make this decision."
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