For Abry Jones, his college choice came down to feel. Where did he feel the most comfortable? Where was he relaxed? Which place was most like home? Georgia hit the trifecta. "It is where I decided I wanted to be, " said the Northside-Warner Robins defensive lineman. So the 6-4, 250-pound prospect committed to Georgia. He is Georgia's seventh commitment for 2009. He picked Georgia over Florida, Miami and Clemson. "There is an excitement in finding a place and knowing that is where I am going to be playing football for the next few years, " Jones said. Jones was the Bulldogs' top target at his position and rated a four-star prospect by Scout.com. He spent the weekend at Georgia with his mother and watched the G-Day game Saturday. "I was watching the players that play my position, their technique and what they do and then tell myself that those are some of the things that I can do in high school, " Jones said. Jones said he also kept an eye on his position coach Rodney Garner during the game and liked how he reacted to the players. "He is a man who can help you and coach you and he knows who to get you ready to play when it is time to play, " Jones said. Georgia entertained several recruits Saturday. The Bulldogs' scholarship limit is lower this year because of a lack of seniors on the team. Georgia probably will give out 15-20 scholarships.