This is not your father’s Jabari Davis.

Nope, this doesn’t sound like a bidness decision on the part of freshly minted Tennessee recruit Toney Williams:

Toney Williams circled the date on his calendar as soon as he committed to play football for Tennessee.

Sure, he wants to be a Vol. But he has to beat Georgia.

“I just want to play Georgia bad,” the 6-foot-1, 229-pound tailback from Milton High in Alpharetta, Ga., said Saturday. “I can’t wait.”

Williams also couldn’t wait to commit to UT, having a scholarship offer from the Vols along with Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Indiana, Arkansas and Rutgers.

Georgia didn’t offer him a scholarship.

Welcome to the front, kid.


Filed under Georgia Football, Recruiting, The Glass is Half Fulmer

3 responses to “This is not your father’s Jabari Davis.

  1. Champs2008

    Will UT even make it to the Peach Bowl this year?


  2. dawg1

    as a milton alum, I can truly say this kid is a giant douche


  3. Dawg98

    The difference of course, is that Jabroni Davis was a Top 100 prospect that everybody including us wanted. This guy on the other hand didn’t get offers from most of the SEC. Basically, it’s reached the point that unless a kid has previous ties to UT, the Vols don’t get top guys out of Georgia anymore(w/o kidnapping of course).