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Under Armour All-American Game: Decision times for Georgia targets

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edited December 2019 in Article commenting

imageUnder Armour All-American Game: Decision times for Georgia targets

The Under Armour 2020 All-Amerian Game is set for Jan. 2. There are three big announcements for DawgNation to pay attention to. Check out who commits when during certain parts of the game.

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  • UGA66UGA66 Posts: 3,470 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Most of these targets and signees performed as expected with the notable exception of Chad Lindberg, who didn't "win all of his one -on-ones"...these are the life's blood of the really good OTs...hope it was just jitters! His resume' is superb. Van Pran really impressed as an OLC. One of best UGA commits at Orlando event. Big, strong, athletic type..does track and field and excels. Jalen Carter, DT, signee and Broderick Jones, OT, commit.....were standouts as expected...most impressive. These plus some of the most sought after UGA signed and committed RBs and WRs in the nation!!! What an ensemble of talent for UGA! GO DAWGS 2020!!!

  • DallasDawgDallasDawg Posts: 1,008 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Question. Why do ANY of these top prospects play in a HIGH SCHOOL All-Star game mere days AFTER most of them have signed letters of intent to their preferred schools? Really, what is the point? The fact that they are in the game in the first place means that they have performed at a high level throughout their high school careers and if so, college coaches already know who they are and what they can do; accordingly why most of them have already signed LOI's. It makes no sense and further adding to the absurdity, is the fact that three or four years from now, many of these SAME players will refuse to play in a prestigious college bowl game for their school to avoid risking injury, thus throwing dirt into the face of the teammates and very institution that helped them get in that position in the first place.

  • Dawgfan1995Dawgfan1995 Posts: 75 ✭✭✭ Junior
    edited January 2020

    Geez, Mr. Positive. How dare these high school kids enjoy accolades as High School All-Americans since we're assuming these guys will all almost certainly skip bowl games in 3 to 4 years?

    I mean, it's almost as if the two things have no relationship whatsoever to each other.

    I guess we should all ignore the fact that we are talking about 17-year-old and 18-year-old kids here, right? They exist only to play football in your world, and they **** well better play football for every game of their careers including that 2023 Outback Bowl against Indiana or else they are just selfish brats.

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