The chief reason behind his latest visit was necessary to get a good gauge of new Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken.
“Being able to sit down and watch film with coach [Todd] Monken was great,” Pryor said. “I got to see how he does things and see how things will look for UGA this year.”
He expanded on that “how things will look” topic.
“It is very good,” Pryor said. “It is professional. Like from talking to coach Monken, his offense is what football is turning in to be. Using the back in space. Using the back out of the backfield and also still handing the ball off. I like it a lot. I think it is great.”
Yeah, I know. Talk is cheap, especially sales talk. Still, what I’ve seen so far is that Monken’s pitch to recruits has been pretty consistent with regard to opening up the offense. It’s just that the devil, as always, is in the details. And we don’t get to see those for a while.