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It has become blatantly clear that Urban Meyer has made our state a priority in recruiting. I know we've talked about this ad nauseam, but to me it makes absolutely no sense whatsoever that our own home-state prospects have offers from out-of-state schools but not from UGA. I've read about the 2014 recruiting class being considerably smaller and the coaches having to be more selective this cycle, but shouldn't they already know who they want to offer? Shouldn't they have evaluated these guys already? And what about the no-brainers like Lorenzo Carter? Do you really need to evaluate him? You can't tell me he doesn't fit the system because Saban wants to make him an OLB so bad, he offered as soon as he won the state title. I know if I was a coach, I'd want to be the first to offer a kid. Even if I don't sign him, he'll remember that I offered him before anyone else. Just seems like something is wrong here. With that said, I know about as much as a rock does about our coaches' relationships with these kids. I just don't like feeling like our coaches are being out-worked on the recruiting trail.
Georgia could actually be using that to its advantage. i know i would. i would tell the kid its more special to get an offer from uga because we don't " just throw them out there " like bait. we take our time to get to know you as not only a football player. but as a human being. That would be how i would approach it. hey i only recruited for the military for 4 years. what do i know lol
Johnny Dwight commits to Bama on 6/4/13 ranked the 44th DT in the nation by 247sports and 87 rating a 3 star. Now see the Bama bump.
"We just stepped on their face with a hobnailed boot and broke their nose! We just crushed their face!”
God needs a Safety on His team. RIP 21
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