The 2018 AJC Super 11

All eleven on the list have already committed to college programs.

Georgia has commitments from five of the Super 11. The Bulldogs have signed five or six Super 11 players each of the past four seasons, including six last year.

I don’t need to tell you how many have committed to Georgia Tech, do I?

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9 responses to “The 2018 AJC Super 11

  1. Beer Money

    You think Paul Johnson gives two shits about this news? I don’t.

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  2. Fech fans should be embarrassed by this, but they’re all getting ready for DragonCon on Labor Day weekend.

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  3. Cojones

    The old farts in the bar welcomed a guy with a Tech t-shirt last week. He was in his early 60s and wouldn’t discuss the present situation at Johnsonville, but he had an interesting tale about his grandfather playing for Heisman at Tech.

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  4. Dawg19

    Committed?

    How many have even VISITED?!?

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  5. “Sign no blue-chip in-state players?”

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  6. Whiskeydawg

    You can tell me again how many GT signed. It’s a tune I don’t get tired of listening to.

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  7. Russ

    I like the last part how there’s no consensus on the top recruit in the state, between Pappoe, Haselwood and Walker. Yet we have two of the three, and it wouldn’t surprise me to get Pappoe before it’s all said and done.

    Alway. Be. ‘Cruiting.

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