The Taliban is making serious inroads in the recruiting war in Afghanistan.
Filed under Gators, Gators..., Recruiting
“– and Florida looks to have the leg up for all of them because of its interest in them as individuals.”
It’s heartwarming to know that the Taliban of NFL feeder programs has interest in capturing individual enemy territory recruits. They are taking advantage of the void now while the Hurricane Minister of Player Welfare is incarcerated. Soon, like all good things, the NCAA v. Miami kerfuffle will be over. It will be business as usual without NCAA ‘oversight’ and the Gainesville al-Qaeda #2 in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach will be neutralized just as all #2’s are.
Warning: ‘Verbal commitments are non-binding and change frequently.’ Side effects include unfulfilled promises of virgins, being cared for as an individual and as part of a distant warlord’s family but suddenly finding yourself on the outside of that unit being told that you are the dysfunctional one. If this feeling persists for more than four hours, you are entering the early stages of Hurt Locker syndrome or a unilateral strategic roster management decision or both and should seek the advice an agent, an attorney or EOD specialist.
The Dawgs need to land Carter from Norcross at all costs.
Footnote: Top recruit in the Miami area this year is Sonny Michel, who is committed to Georgia.
Can UGA be a daisy cutter bomb?
Shouldn’t gold like the Afghanistan and Taliban references be in the Lexicon? Love it.
“It’s like a sign of a pretty good day,” Holyfield said of his first career 100-yard game. “So I had a pretty good day.” — ESPN.com, 9/15/18
Subscribe in a reader