Dr. Gary Green is an athletic, wise-cracking, prematurely gray-haired associate professor at Georgia. He knows little about football. But recruits -- and maybe more importantly their parents -- can't get enough of him.
A wrapup of Georgia's signing day reveals that while the Bulldogs missed out on some key targets late in the cycle, the 32-man class is nonetheless bursting with game-ready talent for a team that essentially will reload for the 2013 season.
Georgia coach Mark Richt is confident his quarterback will appreciate the responsibility he carries in preventing turnovers this season, and Aaron Murray has spent the offseason honing the nuances that will help him accomplish that.
In this week's recruiting mailbag: How is UGA looking with offensive line recruiting, and how many do the Bulldogs look to sign at the position for 2013? How about massive OL Shamire Devine? DN answers those questions and more.
In the rapidly accelerating world of recruiting, getting prospects to decide during the summer before their junior year is not enough for college coaches, as they look to reel in top talent sooner and sooner. Thus was born the junior day.
For Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek receiver Demarre Kitt, the college offers couldn't come soon enough. Now the rising junior is mapping out a busy schedule of visits to favorites Auburn, Alabama, Clemson and Georgia, while the offers keep pouring in.