Internet wisdom, for the win:
“Really what every school says, tells the recruit that they’ll have playing time and they can coach them up and maybe get them to the NFL,” Manac told the AJC.
This is the same pitch that 3-star cornerback Chad Clay gets from Ohio State, the team that finished second to the Bulldogs when Clay committed in May, and Oklahoma.
While this is a pretty typical pitch that committed players receive, they aren’t always this cordial.
“I’ve heard some schools say, ‘Do you want to be an underachiever? They always underachieve,’ or, ‘When’s the last time they won a championship?’ Stuff like that,” Clay said.
Some schools do things like that. It’s just too bad for them that more high schoolers don’t read Georgia message boards, I suppose.