It didn’t take long for this particular shoe to drop.
… Georgia Tech’s “quarterback of the future” – Dennis Andrews Jr. of Tallahassee, Fla. — told the AJC that the NCAA ruling “will probably open up things a little bit” with his recruiting.
Andrews is the son of former Florida State fullback Dennis Andrews, and said his uncle Carlos Andrews played safety for Alabama when it was under NCAA probation. The younger Andrew committed to Georgia Tech after attending camp last month.
“It may affect my commitment; I’m going to talk to my dad about it and then we’ll see what we want to do,” Andrews told the AJC. “I know my dad isn’t a fan of NCAA probation at all. They had a bad experience with it when my uncle was at Alabama.”
You’d expect probation to be a rich source of negative recruiting against Georgia Tech, but does anyone actually bother with bad mouthing the Jackets on the recruiting trail? It kinda seems superfluous.