“I’m still learning what my area is. I’ve got an idea.”

As much as we’ve focused on Brian Schottenheimer’s transitional efforts in Athens with the offense and quarterbacks, it’s worth keeping in mind he’s still getting his feet wet on the recruiting trail.


Filed under Georgia Football, Recruiting

4 responses to ““I’m still learning what my area is. I’ve got an idea.”

  1. Go Dawgs!

    As great a play-caller and offensive mind as Mike Bobo was, he was obviously just as important as a recruiter if not more important as a recruiter. I’m eager and hopeful to see what kind of recruiter Schotty will be. But given the fact that he’s young, energetic, and can throw the NFL shield around, I think he can be successful on the trail.


  2. CannonDawg

    “That’s what we are. We’re football coaches. We’re talent evaluators.”

    Simple enough. Now let’s hope that Schotty, Pruitt, et al raise the level of coaching and evaluating to a place we haven’t seen in years, if indeed we’ve seen at all in the CMR era. They do that and we’ll have some fun days ahead.


  3. W Cobb Dawg

    As far as I’m concerned, Shotty only has to recruit 1 guy until he (Eason) is safely in the house in early January. After that, go ahead and help recruit other positions. I suggest looking for a punter.


  4. JCDAWG83

    Shotty has the energy and the NFL thing to use on the recruiting trail. I hope he has the enthusiasm. If he works at recruiting, he can bring in some great talent.