Though he publicly committed to the Bulldogs early Monday morning, he has yet to fax his letter of intent and there has been family drama surrounding his decision. Some of his family members want him to go to Florida, but Harvey-Clemons told Kipp Adams of ESPN.com's DawgNation late Wednesday afternoon that he is "100 percent" committed to Georgia.
"I just have to finish my paperwork and send it in," Harvey-Clemons told Adams. "It might be tonight or tomorrow."
In order for his letter of intent to be valid, Woodrow Clemons, Harvey-Clemons' grandfather and legal guardian, must co-sign it. He has yet to do so and told Adams earlier that he preferred his grandson to sign with Florida, who was a finalist for Harvey-Clemons.
Harvey-Clemons, who is the No. 1 outside linebacker in the country, would be a major get for Georgia and would thrive in Todd Grantham's 3-4 defense.