Georgia running back Raymond Sanders verbally committed to Kentucky over the weekend to become the Wildcats third commitment in the 2010 recruiting class.
"The biggest reason I chose Kentucky was because I just felt it was the right fit. They are going to move me around, they are going to use me as a kick returner, punt returner, and I feel they will use me best," Sanders told Scout.com Sunday.
The 5-7, 179-pound Sanders chose Kentucky over East Carolina and Louisiana Tech.
He ran for 1,311 yards and 17 touchdowns for Stephenson High School in Stone Mountain, Ga., last year.
"I have not visited there yet, but talking to (quarterback) coach (Randy) Sanders all this time and researching them for a few months made me feel Kentucky was the school for me," the running back told Scout.com. "They are great in academics, they have a great school, and I get to play in the SEC too."