Lawson Luckie is getting in line to hopefully for him be the next great tight end at Georgia.

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The 4-star recruit out of Norcross, Georgia in the 2023 class announced his commitment to Georgia, and said “staying home” is more than just being close to home for a homegrown kid, it’s to allow his family to watch him play.

“It is such a blessing to be here, being able to make this announcement,” Luckie said on social media. “God blessed me with a great ability to be able to play this game of football, and all the work ethic that will take me as far in life as he allows me to go. I’m so thankful for these things everyday and will never take them for granted. “Staying home” is more than just being a hometown kid to me. “Staying home” is a privilege that I get to have where my mom and handicapped brother Cannon get to come watch me play on Saturdays, and that is the biggest factor that went into my commitment. I would like to thank all the college coaches that believed in me and recruited me, but I owe it to my mom and Cannon to make this thing work here. I trust in Coach Kirby Smart and Coach Todd Hartley to build me into the best player I can be and help me contribute to more National Championships coming back to Athens. I would lastly like to thank my Dad for setting the bar and reminding me everyday that his biggest dream is for me to be better than all the accomplishments he achieved. With that being said, I will be committing to the University of Georgia.”

Luckie is listed at 6-foot-3 and 225 pounds, and is ranked the No. 14 tight end in the 2023 class, according to the 247Sports Composite.

Luckie is the ninth commit in the 2023 class for Georgia, which has the No. 1-ranked class in the SEC.

Lawson is the son of Mike Luckie, one of 3 Luckie triplets to play for the Dawgs during the 90s, 247Sports reported. Mike suited up alongside Kirby Smart from 1996-98 and was the first of the Luckie triplets to start, against Kentucky in 1996. He had an interception return for a touchdown against Mississippi State in 1997.


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