Maybe a no offers to juniors rule is a good thing

After reading this on Tai-ler Jones.

I don’t like doing much on recruiting.  First, I think it is kinda like counting chickens pre hatch.  Second, as silly as I feel getting worked up over 17-18 year olds in February, I feel that much more about getting worked up over 16-17 year olds in April.  Third, there are plenty of people who are much better at it and know far more than I’d ever be comfortable knowing about aforesaid mentioned 16-18 year olds.  However, Jones comments that Georgia’s scholarship offer ‘came so late’ make me think puleeesseee!

Good luck, Mr. Jones.  I truly mean that.  You made a great choice for academics.  Your comments make me think your intelligence may be more book smarts than anything.


1 Response to “Maybe a no offers to juniors rule is a good thing”

  1. April 20, 2009 at 7:55 am

    Tai-ler Jones is a junior right now but he will be a senior in the fall and part of the 2009 signing class. Just not at Georgia. I am sure they will find someone else.

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