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DDT: June 2021 – Recruiting Comes Alive

June 2021 – A Recruitnik’s Nirvana

After a year of covid, any new of recruiting visits is welcome. In a few days the floodgates will open and recruiting will be back to the real thing – in-person, on-campus, face-to-face visits. Here a few mentioned by Jeremy Johnson in the Banner-Herald

There are a few nationally-known names, like UGA commits in quarterback Gunner Stockton and wide receiver De’Nylon Morrissette and top targets like Kojo Antwi and Addison Nichols set to make official visits on June 4-6.”

Ethan Davis, wide receiver/tight end hybrid, Collins Hill (Class of 2023)





Madden Sanker, Offensive guard (2023), Kasen Weisman, Quarterback (2023), Jamarion Wilcox, Running back (2023)

Cason Henry, Offensive tackle, Walton High School (Class of 2022)

Kylan Fox, Defensive end/Outside linebacker, Grayson





Mr. Sanker changed his plans since Jeremy’s article and will visit UGA twice in June.

Ohio State Fans Ask: Can We Recruit Like UGA and Bama?

Of course, the Cleveland paper answers with an enthusiastic YES:

 “Not to be hyperbolic, but yes. You should expect them to keep recruiting at this level. OSU’s already doing it. Day’s classes were fifth and second nationally while the 2022 class is fighting for first.

The way they’ve gone about it makes it possible. A big wave of early commits that’ll be the class leaders. Then another after official visits and a few sprinkled in-between. That first wave has included Jack Sawyer, Kyle McCord, C.J. Hicks and Quinn Ewers. The second wave brought in TreVeyon Henderson and Evan Pryor.

That formula has them set up for on-field success in the Day era and they’re not slowing down.”

Source: Is it realistic to expect Ohio State football to keep recruiting at Alabama and Georgia’s level? Hey, Stephen – cleveland.com

JT Daniels Transitioning from Recovery to Leadership

The Georgia quarterback will return to Athens at the start of next week as the Bulldogs begin their summer workouts. You can now expect Daniels to be one of the more vocal members and leaders on the team. That wasn’t the case when he first showed up last June.

Even with all that we now know about Daniels and how the 2020 season played out, there’s still a curiosity about what Daniels will look like for Georgia.

But it’s no longer a question of what he might bring to the quarterback room or how healthy his surgically repaired knee is. With Daniels in 2021, the big question is just how great can Daniels be?

Source: One year after transferring to Georgia, there’s a different curiosity around JT Daniels – DawgNation Jump To Content





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Greg is closing in on 15 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.