One of the biggest puzzles in Georgia's 2013 class now has a second piece.
The Bulldogs added a second offensive lineman Saturday in Buford's Josh Cardiello, who visited campus with family and committed to UGA coach Mark Richt.
The 6-foot-4, 285-pound Cardiello projects as a center or guard at the college level. He had previously named UGA his leader despite offers from Florida, Florida State, Nebraska, South Carolina and others.
"Officially a Georgia Bulldawg," said Cardiello on Saturday afternoon.
247Sports rates Cardiello as a three-star prospect, the nation's No. 20 offensive guard and No. 38 overall recruit in the state of Georgia this year.
He becomes Georgia's 16th commitment to the 2013 class but only the second offensive lineman, joining Aulden Bynum of Valdosta, who committed to UGA in early April.
More to come ...