UGA Recruiting Daily Thread
TODAY’S FEATURED PROSPECT: Zion Puckett
Zion Puckett is a four-star wide receiver from Spalding County High School in Griffin, Georgia. He ranks as the No. 43 WR and the No. 29 prospect in Georgia. Puckett currently has 23 offers with the latest coming from Ole Miss on March 15. He recently visited South Carolina on March 3rd. The Bulldogs appears to be right in the mix of things and says they’re recruiting him hard. Puckett isn’t sure when he will commit.
I spoke to him about his recruitment and found out that the school of his choice must have his major which will be architecture or engineering.
Zion Puckett Interview:
Q: How is the overall recruiting process going for you?
A: “The recruiting process is very fun. I am enjoying to be around the best players in the country and be considered one. But I’m still humble in the process.”
Q: Do you have any Schools in the running where you’ll take your official visits?
A: “I have a few schools I will have official visits set before the next school year, but there will be the farther schools.”
Q: What do you think of Georgia?
A: “When I think of Georgia I see a very high potential and profile school to be a part of on and off the field.”
Q: How hard are they recruiting you? And what are some things they are telling you?
A: “They’re recruiting me very hard. I understand and know when a school really wants me when the head coach is definitely hitting you up all the time.”
Q: What do you think of Kirby and the staff at Georgia?
A: ” I believe he’s an outstanding person with the players and staff of getting everybody on the same page.”
Q: What are the key factors that will go into your decision?
A: ” My key factors in my pick of school is academic. Do they have the major I want, chemistry with players there and feeling like home there.”
Q: What do you want your major to be?
A: “Architecture and/or engineering.”
Q: Any top schools? if so who? Have you decided when you will commit to a school? If so when?
A: “Right now I don’t have any schools listed. I’m not sure.”