The most amazing thing about this ESPN piece looking back to re-grade the SEC’s 2013 recruiting classes isn’t the low mark Georgia gets, natch…
2013 grade: A
2017 grade: D-
This class was ranked 10th at the time of signing, and it turned out to be a disaster. Of the 33 signees, only two were bona fide, multi-year starters (Kublanow and Floyd), and 16 players transferred, left the team or didn’t suit up for the Bulldogs. Several others who are on the team haven’t panned out. About 11 players have contributed a respectable amount, but Georgia’s depth issues are evident because of this class.
… it’s that there’s actually a conference school that finished worse than Georgia. Well played, TAMU.
And to think Kevin Sumlin was paid a million more dollars a year than Mark Richt.