He’ll be “the man” wherever he goes, something UNC doesn’t seem to understand. Only difference is, teams won’t be able to throw multiple bodies at him here. He’ll be lining up 1v1 often and eating like a player of his caliber should.
He’ll be forgotten about quickly at UNC when’s he’s getting double and triple-teamed in a noon kickoff on Raycom against Wake.
Well obviously Lukus at the end of the month, just have to make that one public.
-After that, as far as this class some things have been building behind the scenes with WR Andre Greene Jr, I still think he waits to take officials in the Fall right now, but I am defiantly going to be watching him and ETN to see what happens at the Cookout.
-I really think after Lukus, the next commit could be a class of '23 guy, there are two that could pop at any time, and I think at least one does it before the season.
Harris plans to commit very early in the cycle, so in that sense you could be right and I also think osu and Clemson are the leaders right now. However, I would favor OSU right now, I was told his trainer is an OSU fan and kind of pushing him there, not the only reason he would go there but it helps. I guess I just do not think he will end up here, maybe I am wrong.
I'm hoping the elite secondary talent we're pulling in will help improve our chances with some of the top DL targets. If we were to landy Dindy, that could hurt our chances with Shaw, if he's buying into what UNC is pitching him.
I really do not think that he goes anywhere but UGA. Clemson is probably third right now behind UGA and South Carolina, but he will be at the Cookout for what it is worth, but doubts he goes anywhere but UGA.