It won’t be a thing until Montana says so.

Interesting lede, to say the least…

As its coaches work to build a national brand, it’s no surprise to see the Georgia Bulldogs taking shots at landing top prospects from the West Coast.

Building a national brand?  Has anyone told Stewart Mandel?



Filed under Georgia Football, Recruiting

3 responses to “It won’t be a thing until Montana says so.

  1. AusDawg85

    As the song goes, if you can make it in Billings, you can make it anywhere.


  2. Macallanlover

    I prefer scouting the West Coast for WRs, and a few DL and OL prospects. Would prefer we find our QBs and RBs in our own neck of the woods. TN always had some luck by working Cali, but they had to draw from other areas. No harm in taking talent where we can get it, I think our brand is national already among CFB fans.


  3. I have no problem with recruiting out of the region for top talent as long as we don’t ignore the next Deshaun Watson because we love the shiny object from the recruiting services rankings. That’s what makes me nervous about Isaiah Wilson. He’s highly rated, but what competition did he really face throughout his high school career in Brooklyn? Is he going to make the transition to SEC football?