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Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett IV became a household name across the country last year when he led the Bulldogs to a 33-18 win over Alabama in the College Football Playoff National Championship to give the program its first national title since 1980. Now another Bennett is on his way to Athens. 

Bennett’s younger brother, Luke Bennett, a 5-foot-11, 175-pound wide receiver from Pierce County (Georgia) High School, announced on Twitter that he will join coach Kirby Smart’s Bulldogs as a preferred walk-on.

“I just want to be somewhere where I can make an impact,” Luke Bennett told ESPNCoastal.com in Brunswick, Georgia.

Bennett isn’t rated by 247Sports, but he has had success during his three high school seasons. He had 33 catches for 638 yards and eight touchdowns for the Bears, including nine catches for 179 yards and three touchdowns as a senior in 2021.

“If he goes up there and works hard and sticks with it, he might be able to play someday,” Pierce County coach Ryan Herring told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “He’s got great linear speed. He puts up 4.5 for us all the time, 40-wise. I think it’ll just be a matter of getting used to that speed, because that’s another whole speed up there in Athens. He’ll have to keep working.”

His older brother led Georgia to the national title after starting the season behind JT Daniels. The elder Bennett walked on at Georgia in 2017 before transferring Jones County (Mississippi) Junior College in 2018. He came back to Athens under scholarship the following season. He didn’t see significant playing time at Georgia until 2020, when he played in eight games and got five starts. He threw for 2,862 yards, 29 touchdowns and only seven interceptions during the Bulldogs’ title run in 2021, and chose to return to the program for the 2022 season instead of jumping to the NFL.

Stetson Bennett made his dream come true in Athens, and now Luke Bennett will try to follow in his footsteps. There’s one thing that we know for sure — we should never count anybody in the Bennett family out.