Today, in Always. Be. ‘Crootin’.

LOL.

What is that, like, Class of ’26?  Dan Mullen’s just gonna wait until he hits the transfer portal in 2028.

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22 responses to “Today, in Always. Be. ‘Crootin’.

  1. miltondawg

    Class of 25 if he is an 8th grader. My 7th grader is a 26.

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  2. Theater of the absurd.

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  3. stoopnagle

    Yes, but was it a committable offer? /s

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  4. TEXBaller

    AnQuon got a twitter?

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  5. RangerRuss

    Offering a thirteen year old is a bit creepy. But that’s the way of the world now. I’m glad to see Kirby is on the mutha.

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  6. armydawg

    Good Lord, this kid is just now learning how to choke the chicken.

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  7. Hunkering Hank

    I have previously mentioned that my 17 year old son is a D1 football prospect. He currently has 12 offers from mostly Power 5 schools (Not Georgia, yet, but we are holding out hope!!!!!). In any event, having now attended more than 65,214 football camps, showcases, and combines, I can personally attest to the simultaneous absurdity and wisdom of extending a college football scholarship offer to a 13-14 year old kid. The fact is, in football, sometimes it’s so obvious the kid has what it takes that a school could offer a 10 year old. As is perhaps obvious to this crowd, it’s a non-commitable offer. If the kid flops the school is out absolutely nothing by pulling the offer. So, in reality, it is no offer at all or just an offer to talk with coaches some more – most likely more than the kid will ever want to. I wish the boy well and pray he has a father with a backbone and some measure of wisdom. Now living through it, I am glad for all the time I spent intentionally following recruiting and learning the game over the last several years and am very grateful for the knowledge of our high school’s recruiting coordinator. Without people like that, the chances for landing at the right school decrease dramatically perhaps especially if you are a highly coveted recruit like this very young man.

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  8. I hear he can cover the wheel route. There’s hope in our future.

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  9. bigjohnson1992

    This is a bit much.

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