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Topic: Georgia has 30 commitments and could sign 36 players
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Georgia has 30 commitments and could sign 36 players


Posted: Dec 4, 2012 12:40 PM
 

with 11 counting towards last year. ###! You can recruit over a lot of recruiting mistakes when you do that.

18 defensive players - 6 linebackers(5 at least 230lbs), 5 safeties, 3 cornerbacks, 5 defensive lineman with 2 over 300lbs.

We have had some good recruiting classes lately, but that is hard to compete with.

http://blogs.ajc.com/recruiting/2012/12/04/ugas-big-board/


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Posted: Dec 4, 2012 12:44 PM
 

The numbers still equate to what everyone else has to work with. I'd rather spread them out over 4/5 years so you can play developed players while developing younger guys. Also, bringing in so many players in one class dilutes the talent you are able to bring in. A 4 star LB will prefer to be 1 of 2 LBs in Clemson's class over 1 of 6 LBs in Georgia's class.


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Posted: Dec 4, 2012 12:46 PM
 

well you'd hope so but look at Marshall and Gurley last year. after that nothing kids do recruiting wise surprises me anymore


How do you lose 11 in one yr without running some off?


Posted: Dec 4, 2012 1:01 PM
 

Understand Nick Saban in famous for running off players after they have had a chance to assess their abilities over a semester or so.

Also have read on several CU sites Dabo believes this practice of weeding out players is unethical.

Replacing 11 in one year implies some were run off. Does Mark Richt also utilize Nick Saban's attrition plan?


Would have to be. Plus, with our 2009 class of 10 players


Posted: Dec 4, 2012 1:30 PM
 

passing through our program like a rabbit through a snake, we could use a year or two of signing these numbers to catch up. Otherwise, you're looking at 3-5 years to catch back up, which is what we are seeing.


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