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WATCH: 2021 Georgia football recruiting season is kicking into overdrive

SystemSystem Posts: 10,420 admin
edited October 2020 in Article commenting
imageWATCH: 2021 Georgia football recruiting season is kicking into overdrive

After months of waiting and waiting, a lot of news over the last 24-48 has kicked the prime recruiting season for the 2021 Georgia football recruiting cycle into overdrive. Some of the program's biggest targets are now moving quickly toward their decisions.

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    ShoottheHoochShoottheHooch Posts: 1,605 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    It appears with the Lassiter commitment. the Dawgs seem to have more three star recruits on board than in previous years under Kirby. I assume that would indicate that ideally they would enroll early to begin their development ASAP. My concern is that we could have a record number of departures after this season and with COVID still raging the likelihood of spring ball is slim and none and Slim is saddled up and ready to leave town. With no early player workouts and no spring ball looming, this is not a good recruiting cycle to be so dependent on recruits that need advanced development in order to travel on Saturdays next fall, much less be ready to step in and take meaningful snaps. I don’t know if not being able to host recruits on campus has hurt any program more than the Dawgs!

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    E_RocE_Roc Posts: 1,218 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited October 2020


    We've only got one more 3 star than Bama, only two more than Ohio State. I dunno, maybe I'm just being a homer, but think at least a couple of our 3 star guys (Meeks and Lassiter) are underrated when you look at their measurables and playmaking ability. Also, I may be mistaken but think they were never really all that active in the camp circuit, which could explain why they're not more highly rated.

    But overall I do agree that the inability to host recruits has seemed to hit UGA particularly hard.

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