For the AJ-C, Todd Grantham’s professional ambition is like that loose tooth you had as a kid… you just can’t leave it alone. Today, high school recruits across the Southeast get some helpful direction from Michael Carvell:
… Grantham is the Bulldogs’ defensive coordinator, and he’s considered one of the college football’s brightest minds. Recruits want to play for him because he has NFL coaching experience, and they think that he can help put them in excellent position get to the league. Those are the positives.
The negative for any elite defensive recruit that is considering UGA is this: Will Grantham, who got NFL feelers this off-season, still be around to coach me in a few years?
What do you think? Do you think Grantham will still be at UGA in a few years?
Oh, please make sure you click on that first link of Carvell’s and check out the Naim Mustafaa story. Grantham’s status is one of four possibilities Carvell explores – with Mustafaa’s coach. Truly definitive.
Kids, here’s a better test for you. When you’re sitting down with that coordinator or position coach you really like, ask him if he’s in the last job he’ll ever have. If anybody says yes, he’s either sixty-five or lying to you.