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UGA's '13 class illustrates that more high school football prospects are choosing to graduate early to enroll in college. Fueled at both ends, it's a trend likely to continue.
This post was edited by Gentry Estes on 12/17/2012 at 9:55 AM
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Nice work G!
Great work G! really liked the in depth look at this practice that is happening on a more regular basis
This post was edited by HC_Dawg21 on 12/17/2012 at 10:12 AM
It would be nice to have both an early signing period and a cap on early enrollees. I agree that this is a slippery slope. One other note, for those who get pissy when a kid decides to leave UGA early for the NFL, how do you feel when they give up Sr Prom, etc , to enroll early at UGA?
Good write up!
nice work...great read!
Awesome read. Thanks G. I agree with the kids that take the early route. Get into the college program where you can earn a degree faster and get into the playbook and program deeper. I would go early for sure......
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Intersting read, thanks for the information.
It does raise some questions regarding our class this year. At the end of the day, how many recruits will count against the 2013 class?
I have seen that something around 17 could be coming in as EE, and I am sure if I look back I can find how many of those count back to 2012, but I am interested if we are going to get to the 25 cap set forth by the conference.
The reason I am asking is this, will filling a class with 25 each year have any detrimental effects on the next years class and the students wanting to enroll early?
Thanks for addressing this and sorry if it has already been addressed
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excellent article gentry. GO DAWGS!
I agree with the Camden coach. There really should be more limits on how early a player can be recruited or offered. The recruiting drama is snowballing more every year.
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