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Georgia football recruiting: How much will NIL influence the decision of top 2023 prospects?

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edited June 2022 in Article commenting
imageGeorgia football recruiting: How much will NIL influence the decision of top 2023 prospects?

Want to attack every day with the latest Georgia football recruiting info? That’s the Intel. This rep takes a look at NIL. Will it be a key factor for a lot of decisions? What does it mean to the class of 2023, if anything?

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  • UGADad20UGADad20 Posts: 1,664 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited June 2022

    WR MBenson. "whatever the school offers you". What? The school can't offer a recruit money to come to their school. Isn't that still a violation? A collective can offer a recruit an NIL deal but collectives are not supposed to be part of/attached to the school. They are separate entities. Why does NIL still maneuver outside the light of day and why is the NCAA/congress turning a blind eye?

    Recruiting WR's in THIS cycle is critical to maintaining the recent level of success of the UGA program. Especially if AD Mitchell (3 yrs out of HS - next NFL draft) declares for the '23 NFL draft. Getting Arch should help the WR recruiting but not getting him could be devastating to recruiting WR in the '23 cycle. After missing on Burden the '22 wr recruiting class consisted of two 5.8 (low) 4*'s and two 3*'s.

  • Michael_ScarnMichael_Scarn Posts: 1,361 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    A four quadrant graph was recently published depicting where the Top 50 programs are best financially and organizationally positioned to deal with NIL. In the upper right hand quadrant (most money & best business opportunities) sits two schools that are far ahead of the rest of the pack. Those schools are #1 aTm and #2 UGA and it wasn't even close.

  • DawgTattooDawgTattoo Posts: 406 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    That's interesting. I would think that Texas and Southern Cal would be in that quadrant as well.

  • Michael_ScarnMichael_Scarn Posts: 1,361 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    SC just announced a new NIL deal agreement with Stay Doubted, so that will improve their position. I don't know why Texas isn't in the upper quadrant other than some high dollar boosters have walked away from the program for political reasons.

    What helps UGA is the amount of money they have in reserves.

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