Discussion in 'Football' started by BerryGT, Feb 5, 2011.
I wonder how he got into tech then.
No Worries. Thanks Berry!
Smaller class expected to the Class of 2013: http://blogs.ajc.com/recruiting/2012/03/16/georgia-tech-may-have-smaller-recruiting-class-for-2013/
Hopefully we can make it count and land a few studs.
Every year is small and seems to be the norm. No news there.
That may be the trend for us recently, but only 1 BCS conference team signed less than 15 recruits in 2012. Signing under 15 is really rare...
Im confused, I could of sworn we are way under the 85 sholly limit as of now? Can someone shed some light on this?
We're at 83 with 12 seniors. That's how CPJ is coming up with the 14-15 number. We should tack on 3 or 4 to that to account for attrition, but we probably won't.
Thanks, for some reason from all of the complaining after this past recruiting class that we were way under. So who is a junior next year that we could see go to the NFL? I cant think of anyone....unless its one from our secondary.
I am sort of shocked that we have 83 on scholly and the only two I can think of is Vad Lee and Justin Thomas :rolleyes:
Of course we're going to say 14-15 now. It's the same thing we say every year. We will say however many scholly's we have.
But, we will also account for attrition as that attrition becomes apparent and we will almost certainly sign around 18 next year, when it's all said and done. This is normal.
Someone should really start at 2013 thread as a "sticky". I don't mind doing it, but if there's someone else who normally does this, that would be even better.
He's already opted out this year, it's all you.
Second for Jacket59. I tried roping in someone else thru direct message but haven't heard back.
Thanks Jacket59. I don't post much, but I do find these recruiting tidbits helpful. Glad you're going to carry the torch.
OK. I'll post it sometime this weekend. I guess an administrator will have to make it a sticky.
You're the man and Beestorm will do it, just shoot him a PM before it disappears from the first page.