Here’s a rather remarkable note from John Pennington: “In terms of SEC commitments to date, the state of Georgia has produced 33, with Louisiana (15) and Florida (10) also producing in double-digits.” That’s out of a total of 84, mind you.
So, yeah, what that means is that there are already more SEC commitments in mid-June than Georgia can sign next February. It’s not possible for Richt to build a big enough fence to keep his rivals out of the state.
Just for yuks, Georgia Tech currently has four verbal commitments from Georgia high school players. That’s less than Alabama and Vanderbilt have, and the same number as Kentucky.