Look who turned up at the Masters and bumped into 5-star recruit Rashad Roundtree.
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Well, you may think that Malzahn and the Georgia coaches “bumping into Roundtree” wasn’t accidental but FWIW I saw the kid there too, in the main pro shop. I didn’t know who he was until I saw the picture above and recognized him from that photograph. Thousands of people went through that place every day.
Mayor wins a trip to haircut recognition re-education camp during which he will be exposed to and have to memorize thousands of hairstyles the kids today have such as the high fade, low fade, brake fade, the Kim Jong Un, a modified McSqueeb, a J. Edgar Hoover, a Jimmy Darmody, Pageboy, Dreds, rat-tail, Mullet, Bama Bangs and a Harry Styles.
He will then have to match some of the styles with a few of the faces before he is released from captivity and returned to Augusta National
Dude you educate me and crack me up! 🙂
The kid stands out DIF. If you saw him you’d understand why. That said, you crack me up, too. 🙂
When I saw the kid at the Masters (again, not knowing who he was or that Georgia was recruiting him) the first thought that popped into my mind was a mental picture of the lead character in the movie “Eraserhead.”
NCAA will issue a new rule that you can not visit the place of work of a potential recruit. Because that’s really what’s important.
Spurrier got him the job.
I’m going to turn him in right here in front of you as soon as someone can find my phone
Kinda makes me like Jeremy Pruitt a little more.
I just want to make sure I understand? Why is Saban in the headlines her?
Because he’s usually on the cutting edge of recruiting, pushing the envelope, and just this once, UGA and AU beat him to the punch. Seems pretty straightforward.
Not surprised he is working there. My daughter went to Lakeside and worked in the gift shop. Local Augusta/Evans kids work there during the tournament. It is a great opportunity.
I worked at the Masters as a youngster myself, but not in the shop–outside on the scoreboards. Now old men have those scoreboard jobs…wait…I suddenly realized those old men are the same guys I knew as teenagers who had those jobs 40 years ago! Some things never change.
Bingo!…Wait…Dammit…I just gave myself away…
Yeah, that recruiting trail is grueling. Tough Saturday of work.
Nice to see Bobo and Pruitt hanging out together.
“We’re always looking for the aggregate of marginal gains.” — Kirby Smart, The Athletic, 7/16/19
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