DDT: 2021 Georgia QB Commit Brock Vandagriff Living Up to the Hype

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DDT: 2021 Georgia QB Commit Brock Vandagriff Living Up to the Hype

Recruiting evaluations, the star ratings, and player/class rankings are all subject. Many times prospects receive offers simply because of their physical attributes, their athleticism at camps or combines, or even because other major schools have offered said prospect. That is not the case with 2021 5-Star quarterback and Georgia commit Brock Vandagriff. The Bogart, Georgia native checks the boxes of looking the part physically, being able to dazzle in a “pro day” type setting, and has all the big offers, as Vandagriff was committed to Oklahoma at one point in time. What Vandagriff also has is a “Dawg” mentality on the gridiron and an innate ability to make the correct football play an incredibly high percentage of the time.

Brock Vandagriff is putting up video game like numbers during his senior season. Through 7 games, Vandagriff has thrown for 1,878 yards while completing 67.4% of his passes with 22 touchdowns and only 4 interceptions. On the ground, Vandagriff has 314 yards on 49 carries, 9 of which have resulted in touchdowns. Yes, there are going to be some skeptics out there that point out he’s competing against Class A Private in GHSA, but that is a two edged sword. The talent level that surrounds Vandagriff is not going to be confused with Kurt Warner’s “Greatest Show on Turf” anytime soon. In fact, the most dynamic player that Vandagriff goes to battle with, and to his credit he’s a baller, is 5’6″ with cowboy boots on. Logan Johnson is the leading receiver for Prince Avenue and is committed to Troy, but Vandagriff is the straw that stirs the drink.

Brock has raised his level of play when the competition has been its toughest. Earlier this season, Brock threw for 3 touchdowns in an epic matchup versus Gunner Stockton and Rabun County on ESPN and this past Friday night, Vandagriff lead Prince Avenue to a victory over rival, and top ranked, Athens Academy with 4 total touchdowns. What is impressive with the coach’s son and 5-Star quarterback is his ability to make those around him better and to compete in all circumstances. Vandagriff has played, and at a high level with a broken foot, a sprained ligament, and other aliments throughout his high school career. Tough, smart, physically gifted, and competes with every fiber of his being. Kirby Smart and company have to thrilled that Vandagriff will be making the 15 minute ride over to campus when January rolls around as an early enrollee.





Regardless of how the quarterback position shakes out for Georgia in the remainder of the 2020 season, Brock Vandagriff is going to be incredibly difficult to hold off from starting as a true freshman for Georgia in 2021.





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297 responses on “DDT: 2021 Georgia QB Commit Brock Vandagriff Living Up to the Hype

  1. JaxDawg

    I don’t get why Foreman would be considering LSU with that clown Pelini. Is it bc they just won the natty? Bc I see uga and our defense and don’t understand how LSU compares. I mean I get bama

  2. JaxDawg

    Think we look good for TID, Green and Mondon. Sorey and Arnold still looking at UF. We need more DL, CB and S.

    1. 1mandawgpack

      We’ve gotten a bunch of futurecast projections for Sorey, so I’m not so sure that’s the case.

  3. 1mandawgpack

    Just saw where Jeremiah Williams committed to UF. Good get for the gators, particularly for an AL based top 100 recruit.

      1. 1mandawgpack

        We lead for Sorey regardless. We need 5 – 6 LBs in this class and currently only have 2 committed. In my opinion, we should go sign the highest rated LBs available and sort out at a later date whether they play inside or outside. At one point, we seemed to be pretty high on Williams radar so not sure what happened there.

      1. 1mandawgpack

        Man go wash your mouth out with hand sanitizer (soap isn’t strong enough). That ugly helmet looks nothing like UGAs beautiful bucket as orange looks good on absolutely nothing.

        1. RumRunnerDoogie

          meant more of them impersonating UGAs lol. Granted i know its a throw back but still. They want to be UGA badly

          1. 1mandawgpack

            UF’s helmets have always been ugly and very plain to me as they’ve always had either the capitalized F or Gators written in cursive. They have the logo with the gator head inside the oval but for whatever reason, they don’t seem to incorporate it much at all in their uniforms.