Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Recruiting Report

AJC writes...

Georgia Tech

"Stephenson running back Andre Anderson has set up an official visit to Tech for the weekend of Dec. 16. The 5-foot-10, 175-pounder also will visit Stanford the weekend of Jan. 13. He has scholarship offers from both the Jackets and the Cardinal. Boston College also has been in contact and he is hoping to set up a visit....Key West (Fla.) defensive back Laurence Marius (5-10, 162) says Tech is his leader. He'll visit Atlanta next weekend. Ole Miss, Duke and West Virginia also are still in the picture for the nation's No. 41 cornerback."

ACC Early Commitments

 

SEC Recruiting Report - AJC - 11/14

Georgia

"A trip to Athens for the Bulldogs' loss to Auburn impressed Tampa Hillsborough star Jared Fayson. The speedy Fayson, who has been timed as fast as 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash, gave his UGA visit good marks, citing the intense atmosphere. The 6-foot, 184-pounder already has visited Alabama and plans to see Florida, West Virginia and Miami in the coming weeks. Fayson is the nation's No. 48 overall prospect. He plays quarterback in high school, but projects as a receiver or cornerback in college."

SEC Early Commitments

4 comments:

  1. Greg Rosinski4:51 PM

    You should just remove the recruiting report for Georgia Tech since Dave Braine is an idiot. We all know Tech is not going to be a National Championship contender every year but once every 10 -15 years would be nice and to win 10 games a year 2 out of 5 seasons would be good as well. Telling people that 6 wins is all we expect is ignorant. If I was a big time recruit why would I go somewhere where excellence is not trying to be attained. We all know Tech is not great, but they can be and they should always try to be.... so fire Braine and Gailey and make this program strong.

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  2. Sounds like Larry Coker feels the same way about Miami....The U...Five Time National Champions.

    "Nonetheless, Coker said it will be a challenge to win nine or 10 games a year consistently now that the Hurricanes are in the Atlantic Coast Conference. "It's going to be very difficult," he said. "I don't think our fans understand that."

    http://www.bradenton.com/mld/bradenton/news/breaking_news/13183647.htm

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  3. Greg Rosinski3:42 PM

    The difference between the two is Coker is the coach and he said it would be very difficult. Difficult means they may not win 9 or 10 every year but they have a shot. Braine made it sound like we should not expect that kind of success. Braine is the AD and should not tell his coach that mediocrity is acceptable. Difficult is OK as long as they are trying. Put some pressure on Gailey. With 6 wins as OK does that mean if we only win 4 we are having just a slightly down year from expectations... HELL NO. That is the year a coach gets fired.

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  4. You saw Gailey show some fire after the win over Miami.

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