Jimmy Hyams clues us in on what has Master Mays’ lawyer’s panties in a wad.
But I also know some of the circumstances surrounding Mays’ decision to leave.
For one, Georgia coaches told Cade Mays if he signed with the Bulldogs, Georgia would recruit his younger brother, Cooper, so they could play together in college.
But a source said Georgia quit recruiting Cooper. who eventually signed with Tennessee.
Secondly, Georgia bounced Mays around from one spot to the other on the offensive line, which was apparently unsettling to Mays.
A Georgia assistant later apologized to Mays for the way he was treated, a source said.
Assuming for the sake of argument this is all true (yeah, I know), if all it takes for a transfer waiver to be granted is for a coach to change his mind about routine stuff like that, every player in the country would be free to transfer every year.
That’s some toxic environment ‘ya got there, Jimmy.