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According to the crystal ball he's pretty much a Georgia . When did this happen? I didn't think he was committing this soon, but I thought us & Clempson were his top two judging by the way he talked.
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No UGA fans ITT? Interesting.
This post was edited by SpurrierOwnsUGA 12 months ago
And I think I'd rather have Milan Richard
Thinking UGA, if this was later in the process I'd like ND but with Luatua, Weisher, and Bunting all really high on us I don't think we'd even take his commitment this early.
I didn't know he was even considering y'all
Ah he took a visit.
Consistently puts us in his top 5, showed up to junior day, HS is a school we've gotten kids from recently, it's a private religious school....usually those are all stepping stones to a possible commitment. Don't know how else that could be more legitimate barring getting an ND tattoo and then going to USC
Yall not gonna take two TE's?
I don't believe they are, whoever winds up at UGA is Our (Clemson's) consolation prize. Most likely Milan since Pearman was assigned to Jeb.
As long as we get Crosby I'll be happy.
Luatua is a Bama lock. He's not a fan of soft ass northern football.
He plays soft ass socal football like a bunch of other recruits that end up at ND so I'm sure he is.
Yeah I'm surprised he hasn't already publicly committed to Carolina.
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