Jolly Good Fellow
- Jul 10, 2007
from ajc:Not really. Juwan James will go to UGA. Michael Taylor to UF.
I dont think GT will go after any of them to be honest. You never know though.
http://blogs.ajc.com/recruiting/2010/01/13/bulldogs-not-likely-to-benefit-from-tennessees-plight/OT JaWuan James: The interpretation of NCAA rules we’re getting out of Knoxville today is that the North Gwinnett lineman, who chose the Vols over the Bulldogs, was officially an enrolled student-athlete at Tennessee as of 12:01 a.m. Wednesday morning. That’s contrary to what outgoing recruiting coordinator Ed Orgeron was allegedly telling the eight or so midyear signees that arrived there this week. I know for a fact that Georgia coaches were also looking into transfer rules with an eye on James. But it looks for the moment like all those early enrollees — except for Brandon Willis, who never showed up and enrolled instead at North Carolina today — would have to sit out at least a year if they left at this point. . . .
that sucks for them!But it looks for the moment like all those early enrollees would have to sit out at least a year if they left at this point. . . .http://blogs.ajc.com/recruiting/2010/01/13/bulldogs-not-likely-to-benefit-from-tennessees-plight/
I was told he was a lock the minute Kiffin bounced. oh well.
You're going to see some crazy things happen if all this comes to fruition. Trust me. ;)
I believe that would equate to about a 913 under the old system. That would be slightly below the median score, which wouldn't have gotten me into tech, but I bet on any SEC squad except maybe Vandy his score would probably be above average.Good news, but 1370 SAT--can you get into Tech with that? I'm assuming that's out of 2400. 1370 was about the average SAT admitted under the old scoring!