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Georgia football is doing some talking with its commitments right now, too

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edited June 2019 in Article commenting

imageGeorgia football is doing some talking with its commitments right now, too

What does the latest snapshot look like for the Georgia football team on the recruiting trail? Timelines? Targets? Names to know? Commitment capsules? Storylines? DawgNation delivers a thorough quick-hit take on all things Bulldog recruiting in this update.

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  • BornADawgBornADawg Posts: 572 ✭✭✭✭ Senior
    Lots of good info! Great job Jeff! Go Dawgs!
  • JoeFannJoeFann Posts: 170 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Outstanding coverage, Jeff! Always appreciate your work. I'd like a couple of terms defined, if you would. Primarily, what does an "offer" look, or sound, like? And how does that differ from a "committable offer?" I realize the coaches say "We'd like you to play for UGA." But does the offer come with an "if....?" As in "We'd like you to play at UGA if you're the highest rated recruit at your position we can sign." Versus, "We want you to sign and we guarantee you a spot if you come." Is that the difference? One is conditional and the other is not? And if a recruit gets an "offer," does the school have the right to "allow" them to fill out the financial paperwork which binds the school to giving them a slot? As a logistical analytic, I'm curious about the process behind the terms we hear so often. Can we peek behind the curtain? Thanks for the great work! Go Dawgs!

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