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Travis Smith Jr: Why Georgia football continues to stand out for the priority junior WR target

SystemSystem Posts: 7,416 admin
edited November 9 in Article commenting
imageTravis Smith Jr: Why Georgia football continues to stand out for the priority junior WR target

This Sentell’s Intel rep has the latest with 4-star WR Travis Smith Jr. at Westlake High in Atlanta. On3.com rates him the nation’s No. 9 WR and the No. 74 overall recruit.

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  • GtheGreekGtheGreek Posts: 685 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited November 9

    There are 466 high school football programs in Georgia. To succeed at UGA as a student athlete, particularly a football player, you must possess the physical attributes of size, speed and agility plus the maturity to realize that you need to be developed, the will power to work at achieving the goal of becoming an elite player, and that to succeed as an elite player you need to play as a member of the TEAM. Rather than chasing stars you build relationships with the coaches in this state to identify such players, particularly receivers that desire to become the best and possibly have a shot at the next level. The key and the rarest commodity is maturity. Ladd McConkey.

  • CHDawg54CHDawg54 Posts: 155 ✭✭✭ Junior

    To be a highly ranked receiver out of high school you have to play for a team with a good QB.

    Also of note is Georgia high school receivers used to go out of state when I was a kid because UGA was running back university and rarely relied on the passing game.

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