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Markquese Bell – Class of 2017 ATH – Bridgeton HS, New Jersey (photo Youtube screen capture)
Markquese Bell – Class of 2017 ATH – Bridgeton HS, New Jersey
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UGA Football Recruiting Daily Thread


 
 

Today’s Featured Recruits

 


 

Markquese Bell

Class of 2017 – Athlete

Bridgeton Varsity HS, Bridgeton, NJ

 


 

Deon Jones

Class of 2017 – CB

Archbishop Carroll HS, Washington DC

 


 

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Jahan Dotson

Class of 2018 – WR

Nazareth HS, Nazareth, PA

 


 

Kyler McMichael

Class of 2018 – Athlete

Northview High School, Duluth, GA

 


 

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255 responses on “UGA Football Recruiting 25-APR-2016

  1. ZippyMorocco

    Bulldawg Bob2 Bulldawg36 
    It’s the same in baseball. 7 of the top 25 are in the SEC

  2. ZippyMorocco

    Reddawg13 Bulldawg Bob2 MMCSDAWG AlphaDawg 
    I’m not sure about that. Ramsey looked pretty good.

  3. BahitsDawg

    Bulldawg36 I am not happy with those agencies that are saying “apparent suicide”.  The man was 86 years old.  Give his legacy a break and leave that out whether it was or wasn’t.

    jmho – RIP Zippy

  4. lagadawg

    When I moved from Ga. to La. to get a new license all I had to do was bring my birth certificate and take the eye test.

  5. Bulldawg Bob2

    Bulldawg36  You could call them. The DMV has a toll free number. Call them up tomorrow during business hours and just ask.

  6. Bulldawg36

    All of read is you only have to take the vision test if you are transferring a out of state- not the written. Maybe you used too some years ago. Maybe Briscoe failed the vision test

  7. Hobnailboot aka RobG

    Bulldawg Bob2 Hobnailboot aka RobG  well that right there makes her an Honorary Southerner

  8. Bulldawg Bob2

    Hobnailboot aka RobG Bulldawg Bob2  Hahaha. Yep. She was wearing shorts in December.

    She has learned to make a mean good pitcher of sweet tea and knows how to a good chicken fried steak with gravy.

  9. Hobnailboot aka RobG

    Bulldawg Bob2 Hobnailboot aka RobG I bet she can wear short sleeves year round, those Canadians are tough when it comes to the cold

  10. Bulldawg36

    So that means I have to take the written test again if I move there? Gawd!!!!! I looked it up on the Georgia DMV website and all it said was you had to take the vision test if you transfer a DL from out of state!

  11. Bulldawg Bob2

    Hobnailboot aka RobG  She’s acclimated well though lol. She is originally from and grew up in Toronto, Canada.

  12. Bulldawg Bob2

    CLTDawg AlphaDawg  Ramsey was much improved in my eyes, but I think the coaches want him to take more of a leadership role from what we have heard Coach Smart say.

  13. Bulldawg Bob2

    Bulldawg36  If you are from out-of-state and already have a valid driver’s license from that state, then, to my knowledge, to get a GA DL  a person just has to take the written portion.

    If you don’t have a valid DL or have let it lapse, then you have to take both the road and written test.

    The AJC article states he has a valid Maryland DL, but I have read another article that stated he didn’t have one at all. However, Briscoe told the officer that he failed the test to get a GA DL, which I assume is the written one, and had not bothered and was to busy to go retest. He never told the officer that he had a valid Maryland DL and as Brooklyn previously stated, it appears that the officer didn’t ask if he had a valid out-of-state license or check to see if he did.

    As they say, this seems to be a breakdown of communication and/or procedure.

  14. CLTDawg

    AlphaDawg Everyone’s really overlooking that Ramsey had numbers similar to Eason’s at GDay, despite going against the first and second team defense rather than the second and third, and despite throwing it fewer times. Yes, Eason was impressive, but so was Ramsey.

  15. Bulldawg Bob2

    Hobnailboot aka RobG Bulldawg Bob2 RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg MMCSDAWG LOL. She is not a country gal. Sweet girl, but definitely from the C-I-T-Y.

  16. Bulldawg36

    He said he failed some test. I thought if you moved to GA..you only had to take the vision test not the road rules again

  17. Reddawg13

    Brooklyndawg Reddawg13 AlphaDawg Well we don’t have YOLOS but we have and always will have “I told you sos!” lol

  18. Reddawg13

    Bulldawg Bob2 Reddawg13 MMCSDAWG AlphaDawg well yeah, but in front of 93k plus with very high expectations he didn’t disappoint. He is by far our best chance at winning and winning big.

  19. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg36 Re-read the article, it states that he DID have a valid Md license. Why he didn’t prodiuce that for the officer is a question, and I don’t think the officer could rummage through his wallet with out due cause and a search warrant.

  20. Brooklyndawg

    Reddawg13 AlphaDawg GAWD-D I wish we still had YOLOS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Your A’s would be grass

  21. Bulldawg36

    So did Briscoe have a Maryland DL or not? The Ajc is saying he didn’t have a DL in any state. Why would he have to take the DL test if he already had one no matter the state he is from.

  22. Hobnailboot aka RobG

    Bulldawg Bob2 RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg MMCSDAWG  she definitely ain’t a country girl then, the girls I grew up around could drive just as good as the guys, some better

  23. RumRunnerDoogie

    Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 1mandawgpack Reddawg13 idk about the laws in GA but its odd that u would have to have a ga DL to be able to drive, granted i understand apparently the cop thought he was a resident

  24. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 1mandawgpack Al that aside, which is irrelevant to the young man now having to deal with this, the arresting officer bears the responsibility to ask leading questions that the person being questioned may freeze up on volunteering. i took the Athens-Clark County multi- month civilians police training course, and thats one the the points that was stressed. You don’t have to be one of their detectives to ask a couple of pertinent questions. I thinking this case the police department owes mr Briscoe an apology, but that’s just my opinion. Any of you who live in this county would do yourselves great favors by taking that great course.

  25. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 1mandawgpack Reddawg13 Well, not being in law enforcement, i can speak with ignorance. Do departmental procedures prohibit you from asking if you have a valid license from any state, especially once the officer learned that Briscoe is a transient student-athlete???

  26. Brooklyndawg

    1mandawgpack Bulldawg Bob2 Reddawg13 Totally agree, and if the officer had asked that simple question, all of this would have been avoided. The kid was probably shaken up and who of us always thinks 100% clearly when you see the flashing lights in your rear view mirror?

  27. MMCSDAWG

    Bulldawg Bob2 Reddawg13 MMCSDAWG AlphaDawg

    Believe me, I agree, I don’t have expectations of NC’s or anything next season with Eason at the helm, but if we want to win against UTk or Ole Miss, I don’t believe there is another QB on the team that could win those games other than Eason if we need to get 30+ points on the board.  We will definitely see some inconsistent play, but tell me what we got last season?  WE got a QB that set a new NCAA record followed the next week by the same person looking like a complete deer in the headlights against Alabama.  So I say go with the QB that has the most talent and potential, we all know who that is.

  28. 1mandawgpack

    Bulldawg Bob2 1mandawgpack Reddawg13  While you’re entitled to your opinion, I don’t think it would have been unreasonable for the officer to ask if Briscoe had a valid DL in any state when Briscoe informed him that he didn’t have a Georgia DL.  Briscoe is a young man of legal driving age and was in a car registered to someone in his family (as the AJC said it was Briscoe’s car) so I don’t think that the officer did all that he reasonably could have done to not arrest him.  At a minimum, it doesn’t appear that he went out of his way to discover the truth.

  29. Bulldawg Bob2

    Reddawg13 MMCSDAWG AlphaDawg  Eason made some mistakes. He held onto the ball too long on a few occasion and would have been sacked 3 or 4 times if it had been a real game. He threw the ball into coverage a couple of times that was questionable, but all-in-all, he looked good out there.

    Thing with Eason, as a freshman, he might play lights out one game and then have a bad game the next. I remember watching Zier and Stafford do that as freshmen and sometimes it would be in a game from one offensive series to another. On one series they would look like Heisman candidates and on another, fans were screaming to bench them lol.

  30. Reddawg13

    MMCSDAWG Reddawg13 AlphaDawg well the mistake I saw in the G game was by Lambert, the supposed game manager.

  31. Bulldawg Bob2

    1mandawgpack Bulldawg Bob2 Agree. Big media and even some  small-time media outlets are so focused on getting the story out first before they have all the facts.

  32. Reddawg13

    1mandawgpack Reddawg13 I have a friend who works for GSP and he tells his peers, “guys you better treat the public with respect and help them all you can, you may be on trial one day and have them in the jury”. Smart man.

  33. 1mandawgpack

    Bulldawg Bob2 1mandawgpack  He only had a UGA ID on his person, but he has a valid Maryland drivers license as confirmed by the university  The AJC article states that a UGA spokesman said Briscoe “didn’t indicate to the officer whether or not he had a Maryland license. If he had told the officer he had a Maryland license, a computer search would have been done and found it.”  I also think another part of the problem we have in our society is the media printing information before they have the full story and I actually applaud the AJC in this instance for doing some fact finding and reporting the truth involving the incident.

  34. Bulldawg Bob2

    1mandawgpack Reddawg13  I think it is hard to judge the arresting officer because we weren’t there 1mandawgpack.

    I could be wrong. I don’t think the officer was looking for a reason to arrest him at all. I think he followed whatever his departmental procedures where according to the law in this case.

    And that may be where the issue lies in the law and departmental procedures.

  35. MMCSDAWG

    Reddawg13 AlphaDawg That was my prediction…  Ramsey is the wildcard, but i believe Eason is our starter by the end of the UNC game and we will ride that bucking horse the remainder of the season.  He is going to make some mistakes, but he is also going to make some plays we haven’t seen around here in a while!  I for once agree with PAWWWW…  UGA will not win the SECe with anyone other than Eason at the helm!

  36. 1mandawgpack

    Reddawg13 1mandawgpack  I agree Reddawg – I have several friends who are GSPs and I know that they have a hard job as they’ve never once pulled someone over who was guilty.  However, I truly believe that these men try very hard to uncover the truth as they don’t take lightly the impact that an arrest can have on a person long-term.  However, with respect to the Briscoe episode, there were too many pieces of information that the officer willingly overlooked in his arrest.

  37. Reddawg13

    AlphaDawg yep, I still say Eason starts with Ramsey as number two, god bless him but Lambert is not the answer

  38. Reddawg13

    1mandawgpack the jerk cops are causing the good ones to get lumped in, some of the bosses need to step up and make some corrections

  39. 1mandawgpack

    The AJC article regarding Briscoe’s arrest indicates that he has a valid Maryland DL.  The arresting officer indicated that Briscoe did not inform him that he had a valid license issued by another state (as confirmed by a UGA spokesperson), so he did not do a computer search to verify.  As he is a student, he is NOT required to have a DL issued by Georgia as he is not considered a permanent resident.  So, while it wasn’t very smart for Briscoe to not mention the valid license to the officer, it was also not smart of the officer to assume that just because he had failed a Georgia license test, he should not have been driving at all (particularly since it appears that Briscoe was driving his own car, which would also be registered in Maryland).  While Briscoe may have been confused as to the requirement for a Georgia resident to have a valid Georgia DL, the officer should know the law and this whole mess could have been avoided by asking a simple question and performing a quick computer search.  I’m glad that this episode continues to shine light on the ridiculous tactics taken by many law enforcement agencies in and around Athens, but particularly the UGA campus police. If the outcry yesterday was deafening, the release of this additional information should only add fuel to the fire as this was an episode of “guilty until proven innocent.”

  40. Bulldawg36

    Still got to finish with a winning record in sec play so they won’t start out having to playing one of the top teams in the sec in regional play. But we will see how they finish

  41. Bulldawg Bob2

    TeeHDawg  Bulldawg Bob2  The key for Wims, and any JUCO for that matter, is they have to come in and stay healthy to play and practice. Injuries will set back any player, but for JUCOs it really puts them behind the 8 ball because they usually only 1 to 2 years of eligibility left.

    And of course, as you mentioned, getting the playbook down.

    I think if he comes in, learns the offense enough to be trusted by Chaney and Coley, stays healthy, he will earn a good bit of playing time. It would not surprise me to see him start in the top 4 group.

  42. TeeHDawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 TeeHDawg I can imagine having Collins as a redzone weapon along with what we already have.

    With the way Stanley and Chigbu played in the spring, how will Wims factor in? Does he start if he gets the playbook down?

  43. Bulldawg Bob2

    Bulldawg36  That is because 8 of the top 20 women’s softball teams in college are in the SEC, including Georgia. One poll has 9 of the SEC teams in the top 20.

    Fierce competition in the SEC in softball. It is akin to football or women’s basketball.

  44. Bulldawg36

    Maybe so, but the lady dawgs are only 9-9 in sec play I believe. They also lost the series with Tennessee at home. Just mixed results from both squads

  45. Bulldawg Bob2

    Bulldawg36  Probably true of the baseball team, but don’t sell the softball team short. Auburn was the number 2 team ranked in the country and IMO maybe the best softball team in the country even though they are not ranked 1. When the Lady Dawgs are on, they are hard to beat. I think Georgia’s softball team will go deep into the post-season.

  46. Bulldawg Bob2

    TeeHDawg  Bulldawg Bob2  Walker really loves playing basketball, and I think he has made a decision to just stick with bball. I don’t see him going back to football or doing both.

    Higgins does have some AJ green in him, especially when you watch him go up and attack the ball, plus the way he controls his body while in the air. He just doesn’t have Green’s speed.

    If Collins’ adds about 15 lbs of muscle and plays at 210 lbs without losing a step, he would be a big weapon. Imagine haveing Collins and Woerner in redzone or short yardage situations and just throwing it up to them to go get? That’s two 6-5 guys that are athletic and long. Add the TEs like Blazevich, Harris and Nauta in there, and that is scary to defend.

  47. Bulldawg36

    Rough weekend for the diamond & softball teams. I don’t expect neither team will make it far in post season play if they make it.

  48. Bulldawg Bob2

    RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 MMCSDAWG  I know several people that have failed it. Got a friend’s whose wife doesn’t drive because she freezes and panics every time she takes it. She’s like 39.

  49. Bulldawg36

    Poor Tom Brady- won’t be able to deflate regulation NFL footballs for 4 games!U0001f622

  50. TeeHDawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 TeeHDawg Thanks. Was watching film on all three this morning and was wondering with was the best prospect out the three. I agree on Collins being number 1 because of his overall game. Walker would be 2 due to his upside, and Higgins 3.

    Higgins does seem to have better hands and the way he moves reminds me of AJ green some.

    Even though Walker is playing only basketball and is a top prospect there, is there any way he reconsiders football or playing both in college?

  51. Brooklyndawg

    RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 MMCSDAWG There’s a written test, and a road test if you don’t already have a valid license from another state. So my wife and I only had to pass the written test.

  52. Brooklyndawg

    MMCSDAWG Bulldawg Bob2 Brooklyndawg According to the police report, it says he was driving an Oldsmobile, and doesn’t specify that he owned the car. “His” only refers to the car he was driving, at least that’s my interpretation. And an Olds isn’t a new Jag either.

  53. RumRunnerDoogie

    MMCSDAWG RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 think its bad there go to south new york (west palm beach) if u are going 90 u will get run over for going too slow

  54. AlphaDawg

    MMCSDAWG Bulldawg Bob2 Brooklyndawg He just got a new Jag during Christmas break or something. I remember him posting a lot of pics on Snapchat

  55. MMCSDAWG

    RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 MMCSDAWG With that way people drive around here in Jax, I don’t believe it is either!

  56. MMCSDAWG

    Bulldawg Bob2 Brooklyndawg MMCSDAWG According to the article “His” car was turned over to ” Georgia’s director of player wellness Bryan Gantt”…  So it appears it was his car.  He must have had a Maryland licence, but failed the Georgia driving requirement when he went in to get his license transferred to GA.  He had to have a license at some point of his parents are the worst parents in the world for sending a guy off to college 900 miles away in a car without a license.

  57. RumRunnerDoogie

    Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 MMCSDAWG i didnt even know its possible to fail a drivers test

  58. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 Brooklyndawg MMCSDAWG And maybe that’s why he flunked a driving test, the trick question was, should I always have my seat belt buckled when I’m driving?

  59. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 I agree with ESPN’s Greg, no way does CKS jeopardize his start as head coach and UGA’s season, plus Eason’s self confidence, by starting Eason at QB. Especially if Chubb isn’t in there at 100% early on. No one’s going to be willing to deal with Chubb’s knee swelling = inflammation

  60. Brooklyndawg

    MMCSDAWG Bulldawg Bob2 The other part of the question would be, was someone dumb enough to knowingly lend him a car, if the owner knew Briscoe didn’t have a valid license, from anywhere?

  61. RumRunnerDoogie

    Bulldawg Bob2 RumRunnerDoogie MMCSDAWG websater naw we already took one in the 3rd round a couple years back

  62. AlphaDawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 Brooklyndawg Following his snapchat I’m pretty sure he drives a Jaguar too…

  63. Bulldawg Bob2

    Brooklyndawg Aye. Not a good decision at all. 

    It’s Athens, he could have gotten a ride from someone or just retake the DL test and get a valid DL.

  64. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 Brooklyndawg Bulldawg36 Yes, I was being lazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!###

  65. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 He may have improved his football skills, but his IQ didn’t rise with that. CKS must be real thrilled.

  66. Bulldawg Bob2

    Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 MMCSDAWG websater  Hahahahaha. 

    I don’t think he will either. I think it is more likely he goes between 10 and 15, but I am definitely not a draft guru … although I could go stay in a Holiday Inn Express….

  67. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 Brooklyndawg MMCSDAWG websater Well, Buffalo Bob, I’m willing to wager ALL of my YOLO points that Leonard doesn’t go at #5!!! Oh, wait….

  68. Bulldawg Bob2

    Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 Bulldawg36  Got to add a few more  of these “!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” though 😉

  69. Bulldawg Bob2

    I know some, maybe a lot of you, are probably tired of reading about Briscoe’s arrest, but Jason Butt of the Macon Telegraph has a little more information than what we did know yesterday. Apparently, Briscoe doesn’t have a valid driver’s license in any state at all. He failed his driving test and just was issued an ID back when he took the test
    .
    http://www.macon.com/sports/college/university-of-georgia/bulldogs-beat/uga-football/article73763647.html

  70. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 Bulldawg36 This poster is not the real #36, otherwise it would be, wait for it….”I HATE the NFL draft!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

  71. Bulldawg Bob2

    Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 MMCSDAWG websater  Well, Dallas and Jerry Jones do have a top 5 pick at #3 lol 🙂

  72. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 Brooklyndawg MMCSDAWG websater Like who, on #5??? Lower, absolutely.

  73. Bulldawg Bob2

    Brooklyndawg Bulldawg Bob2 MMCSDAWG websater  Aye. I agree, but there are GM’s and/or owners that will reach on potential.

  74. Brooklyndawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 MMCSDAWG websater Point is, you don’t draft a player at #5 based upon a potential, if the player is willing to put the work in. I agree with MMCS, fair assessment.

  75. Bulldawg Bob2

    RumRunnerDoogie MMCSDAWG websater Rummy, they going to pull a Jerry Jones and draft a punter in the first round…… 🙂

  76. Bulldawg Bob2

    MMCSDAWG websater It all depends on if he is willing to put in the work to fully realize his potential, and if his shoulder can take the pounding in the NFL that it will receive as a linebacker.

    Not sure what the Jags need, but I hope Falcons will draft defense the first two rounds. In fact, it wouldn’t hurt my feelings if they moved back out of that 17th pick and picked up an extra 2nd round pick.

    And Atlanta does need some linebackers.

  77. AlphaDawg

    Bulldawg Bob2 AlphaDawg CLTDawg dsw61 I saw a guy wearing a #27 shirt with “Chubbinator” on the back

  78. RumRunnerDoogie

    MMCSDAWG RumRunnerDoogie websater Bulldawg Bob2 naw got work, hopefully they get a good DE or LB tho, no more derrick harvey picks tho lol

  79. MMCSDAWG

    RumRunnerDoogie websater Bulldawg Bob2 We are on the same page RRD! You going to the draft party at the stadium thurs night???  lol

  80. MMCSDAWG

    websater Bulldawg Bob2 I love the Dawgs, but I must admit, I do not want the Jags to draft L. Floyd at #5.   His stock may be rising, but my eyes don’t lie, sorry but I didn’t see a top 5 pick playing between the hedges last year.  I hope he does well and we all know he has that dreaded “P” word, but not enough to go #5.

  81. websater

    Bulldawg Bob2 Also saw kiper say he can go as high as 5 to the Jags. He is def on the upswing.

  82. Bulldawg Bob2

    AlphaDawg CLTDawg dsw61  I saw Chubb at the G-Day game. I asked how he was doing, and he smiled and gave me a thumbs up. He didn’t play of course, but he was walking around with no knee brace. Hung out with the offensive linemen a good bit.

  83. Bulldawg Bob2

    Bulltoad I hope the Falcons go defense with their first 2 to 3 picks. They need a lot of help on that side of the ball.

  84. Bulldawg Bob2

    TeeHDawg   A belated good morning TeeH. For some reason, the tag didn’t alert me. Weird.

    All three receivers have good size and length with Nico being the tallest and Higgins being the shortest, but we are talking 1 to 2 inches here. Walker is the most put together physically of the three.  Collins is not far behind but looks think due to his frame,  so, he could add about 10 to 15 lbs and be a beast. Higgins also needs to add some weight and get stronger.

    All three have good burst and acceleration as well as body control. Higgins is raw in his route running, and of course, because Walker is concentrating on bball, he isn’t as developed; although the potential and talent is there.

    Collins and Walker are the more physical of three, and Collins is a very good blocker at WR, probably the best of the three. 

    If I were putting them on a target board, Collins would be the number 1 guy because of his size and length as well as physicality to go along with his development potential.

  85. Greg Poole

    CLTDawg They recruit by geographic area rather than by position. There are several kids he could be visiting

  86. AlphaDawg

    CLTDawg AlphaDawg dsw61 Bulldawg Bob2 Yeah it was. We need that atmosphere every game. We would really change the country club name we’ve been accused of.

  87. CLTDawg

    AlphaDawg dsw61 Bulldawg Bob2 Especially after that kickoff that he ran back (even though Rankin’s holding called it back)…that place was rockin’!

  88. CLTDawg

    Bulltoad Bulldawg Bob2 They’ll be available (both Reed and Robinson are expected to go in the late 20s) but the Falcons need is at linebacker. Gotta have someone who can cover a tight end!

  89. AlphaDawg

    dsw61 Bulldawg Bob2 Would be awesome to have the hype like we did when Gurley came back after his suspension against Auburn. We weren’t losing that game

  90. MMCSDAWG

    BenKellam MMCSDAWG MidtownTeacher Definitely not a bad thing…  The more talent the better the results, the higher the talent level, the higher the results!!

  91. BenKellam

    MMCSDAWG MidtownTeacher This is not a bad problem to have. Bamas recruiting has been so good lately that its almost like they have to settle when they pick up a 3* guy. There’s only so many spots on the roster.

  92. MMCSDAWG

    Hobnailboot aka RobG Not much just trying to make the work morning pass a little quicker over here on BI!  lol

  93. Hobnailboot aka RobG

    It has gotten tougher most of the bigger fish are moving back deep and transitioning from the spawn to post spawn conditions. I caught 2 good ones and a bunch of little ones

  94. MMCSDAWG

    MidtownTeacher I think your probably right…  There are going to be some talented players in this class that don’t make the final cut if Kirby and company keep up the momentum.  I see the Tackle out or Jefferson being one that might already be committed if we didn’t have so many higher rated players in play.  Pretty sure that same situation applies to other position groups as well.

  95. Bulltoad

    Bulldawg Bob2 I hope the Falcons pick one of the Alabama defensive tackles if available.

  96. TeeHDawg

    Morning guys. @bulldawg Bob 2, looking at WR position and I looked at 3 particular WR. Even though MJ Walker has said he isn’t playing football, how would you compare and contrast Walker, Nico Collins, and Tee Higgins?

  97. MidtownTeacher

    good early morning out here in California.
    uga is blessed to have so mammy interested recruits i wonder if smart and company are having to say not yet to any recruits who want to commit but aren’t high enough on our board. we may see it by uga not being a leader anymore. any thoughts?

  98. dsw61

    Bulldawg Bob2 Chubb will be 45 weeks into his rehab by the time of the first game against UNC. It will be 49 weeks by the time of the Tennessee game. SEC play doesn’t start until the Ole Miss game…which is 48 weeks post surgery. I don’t know how the coaches and trainers get a football player used to getting tackled to the ground again after major knee surgery, but it will be interesting to see which game the staff chooses to start easing him back onto the field. I would be interested to know if Chubb is doing any hurdles like you see at a track meet…even low hurdles. Don’t know if those are in his rehab regiment, but if anyone sees or hears of him doing those, then that would be a real good sign IMO.

  99. Greg Poole

    ZippyMorocco  There are some excellent spots for steamed crab on the DelMarVa. I was in one in St. Mary’s (I think) that had a steamer basket that must have been 10 feet tall. 
    While dining there once, a yacht crashed into another that was tied up at the restaurant’s dock.

  100. Bulldawg Bob2

    Greg Poole That’s tough, but with today’s technology, they should be able to stay in touch.

  101. Bulldawg Bob2

    UGA men’s and women’s tennis team along with the softball and baseball teams had a rough weekend.

  102. Greg Poole

    Bulldawg Bob2  My granddaughter is very upset about the move.  She and Lilly’s oldest daughter were BFFs

  103. ZippyMorocco

    Greg Poole ZippyMorocco 
    I had a salesman in Baltimore when I worked in NY. I had many good times and meals there. Steamed crabs are my favorite. Dis you know 50,000 lbs of crabs are shipped every week from Brunswick to Baltimore.

    I forget the name of the island in the bay, but the oysters from there are to die for.

  104. Greg Poole

    ZippyMorocco They do love them around here.  We are as far from the Bay as you can get and still be in MD, but all the restaurants offer crab. Not gonna be getting any grits for breakfast this AM.

  105. Bulldawg Bob2

    Hobnailboot aka RobG  Aye. Greg’s on vacation so I’m taking the early shift to make sure the lights are on.