I would not be doing my job here at GTP if I didn’t take a moment to point out that the Johnson Doctrine died a quiet death this past weekend. I hope you’ll take a minute to join me in mourning its passing.
Crawford said he talked with Georgia Tech assistant Charles Kelly on Sunday and was assured that he still had a scholarship offer waiting for him after returning from Miami. [Emphasis added.]
Not that it did Tech any good.
Georgia Tech lost one of its recruits on Sunday.
Antonio Crawford, a defensive back from Tampa, flipped from the Yellow Jackets to Miami. He had been committed to Georgia Tech since last summer, but changed his mind after getting a last-minute offer from Miami a few days ago and taking a recruiting trip with the Hurricanes over the weekend.
Capitulation to a 17-year old is only worse when it doesn’t pay off. Don’t cry for Paul, though – Johnson’s found his new Bey Bey.
“They said I was a pretty big dude for wide receiver and if I grow too much that I could play linebacker,” Henry said.
You know, that’s what every quarterback wants to hear from the candidate to be his next big target.