Recruiting schadenfreude

So, how much pleasure should we take out of Georgia getting a verbal commitment from a kid who:

  • is a Georgia Tech legacy;
  • plays at a premium position in the 3-4 defense, which both Georgia and Georgia Tech deploy;
  • responded to a slowdown in contact from Georgia by saying he “really wasn’t a Georgia fan” ;
  • and then, when contacted by Rodney Garner after that, felt reassured enough to put Georgia back at the top of his list?

Plenty, I think.  (By the way, dumbass, does Musa Smith’s name ring a bell?)

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18 responses to “Recruiting schadenfreude

  1. shane#1

    Don’t forget Mo-Mass Senator.

  2. The other Doug

    I love to read posts from Tech fans.

  3. Keese

    If he’s #1 OLB on UGA’s board, then what does that say about Rueben Foster/Nkemdiche

  4. X-Dawg

    Typical GTU message board. When the going gets tough, delete the message.

  5. “‘I’m a Bulldog and I’m really excited to get in there,’ Mustafaa said. ‘I can’t wait to be a part of a great defense and I think there is going to be a lot of winning going forward. I can’t wait to play out there in front of 80 or 90 thousand fans. That is one of the best things about playing football and I know we won’t be playing in front of empty seats at Georgia.‘”

    Quotes from http://atlanta.sbnation.com/georgia-bulldogs/2012/2/9/2787402/uga-football-recruiting-2013-class

    • Now that’s some quality trolling on GA Tech there. This kid will fit in just fine in Athens.

    • Doug

      HA. I think I’m gonna like this kid.

    • Go Dawgs!

      After wearing gold all his life, I’m sure putting on a red and black shirt for the first time felt a little strange… but I’m also sure that it felt GREAT. Naim, if you ever end up reading this, the Bulldog Nation would absolutely LOVE for you to post some video of you cleaning your closet and disposing of any leftover Georgia Tech gear. That could be the highlight of my offseason.

  6. Bulldog Joe

    His dad was a good player. Glad to have Naim on board.

  7. Cojones

    It ain’t Feb yet, boys.