I mean, this aggression shall not stand, man.
“They are still recruiting really hard,” Robinson said, “and as of right now they are still No. 1. The commitment from the running back didn’t affect where I stand with Georgia … At the beginning (of this process), we (Robinson and Dell McGee) built a relationship with each other, and as of now, I’m doing zooms with him and talking about certain things related to Georgia football and about my brand and likeness.”
“… and about my brand and likeness.” WTF, Dell? You’re sowing seeds, dude. Next thing you know, this kid’s going to ruin his Georgia career by accepting money for being himself. And that’s before we get to him being a cancer in the locker room. You know what money does to a person, especially an eighteen-year old who’s never had the chance to finance tats and weed on a significant level. Plus, think of all those jealous offensive linemen who won’t want to block for him. Is that what Georgia football is supposed to be about?
Eh, so what if he’s the top recruit in the country at his position. You need to spend your time recruiting two- and three-star high schoolers who will be grateful to put on the uniform and won’t spend their time on self-promotion, because there won’t be anything to promote. That’s how champions are built.
Am I doing it right, amateurism romantics? I’d hate to see Dell screw up a good thing.