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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by BMF, Apr 18, 2017.
Agreed, but I'm not getting the feeling that he is.
Well, he's still in HS so he likely arrives on campus a year from now over 250 and likely adds 15-50 more before he finishes his college career. And our DL board ain't lookin so hot. I'd like to have him.
Yup, we are hanging with the big boys as usual.
There's some talent right there.
I especially enjoy the long talented list of DTs.
I thought we were higher than 59th on Rivals. Ouch.
RECRUIT DAILY OR DIE!!!
RECRUIT? Mac is Vezzini
Don't forget, he's the guy that spoke up when Mac fought for Robinson. I think he's ours to lose, but that doesn't mean we won't
How dare you!
If you need me to crank out a cease and desist, let me know.
Copeland was the first kid mac called once he got to UF and he's been on him every since. He's coming to FNL instead of going to Bama so hopefully that's a good sign.
Georgia lands commitment from 5-star WR
On Sunday, Georgia and Kirby Smart received some huge recruiting news.
Five-star 2019 wide receiver Dominick Blaylock committed to the Bulldogs over offers from Alabama, Auburn and Clemson, among others. Blaylock is rated as the nation’s No. 21 overall prospect, the nation’s No. 2 wide receiver and the state of Georgia’s No. 4 player, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.
The Marietta, Georgia, native is listed at 6-foot, 175 pounds, and he’s a burner. He’s the son of former NBA All-Star Mookie Blaylock.
Georgia gains commitment from in-state LB J.D. Bertrand
The Georgia Bulldogs landed their fifth commitment for the class of 2019 Saturday when in-state LB J.D. Bertrand committed.
Bertrand is rated a 4-star prospect, the nation’s No. 13 OLB and the state’s No. 15 overall prospect for the class of 2019, according to 247Sports. The 6-foot-1, 215-pound prospect already has nice size with two full years of high school football left. No doubt he’ll add muscle and weight before he enters college.
Whatever Kirby is doing, it's really working. I guess we landed the one Saban disciple that couldn't recruit.
Isn't Kirby working for his alma mater? Get a worthy Gator Great on UF's staff. Again I echo Kerwin Bell would be excellent in motivation-drive, commitment, speaking to recruits with honest-true passion. Plus, Kerwin would connect with and draw more from UF's greatest source sorcerer Steve Spurrier.
Let's think out of the box, tricky like Sabin & Harbough = have ambassador Spurrier teach an academic credit course ( prerequisites: you know, # of pushups, pull-ups, 40 times etc.). To QBs, the prof-designed course can give that baseline "before" Wonderlic Test and a finals Wonderlic to detect the "really catches on" order of our QBs.
Steve could use Mac's & Nuss's scores as the course failure baseline.
Notice both of these kids are "in-state". Kirby is doing a fantastic job of getting the top talent in the state of GA (which has improved recently). He also doesn't have in-state competition. He does have to contend with some good out of state schools (Bama, Clemson, UF), but when it comes to kids who want to stay in-state and close to home there really isn't a lot of competition.
The state of Florida is a much bigger challenge with 3 big name schools and big name coaches. Plus dealing with all the schools that focus on recruiting Florida (Michigan, Bama, OSU, etc...)
In my opinion Mac needs to make sure he is pulling his share of in-state talent and that is something he has not been successful at yet. He has gotten some, but not enough (especially the elite).
Awwww...poor wittle Mac. He has to actually compete with other schools. Shucks. Golly gee willikers. Would it be easier if UF was the flagship university? oops. Nevermind.
Did you read what I wrote? I specifically said Mac needs to do better in-state
Expected to be a Gator
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