A play in several acts.
First came word yesterday afternoon that Brandon Turnage had a change of heart about his Georgia commitment out of the transfer portal. Dawgnation was quick to jump on the bad news.
The future of Alabama transfer Brandon Turnage is in question after sources said he was not on the Georgia team.
From what Weiszer reported, Turnage had second thoughts.
A former Alabama defensive back who announced he was transferring to Georgia may not be a part of the program after all.
Brandon Turnage spoke to his high school coach a couple of days ago.
“He was just going through some things,” Michael Fair, who coached Turnage at Lafayette High School in Oxford, Miss., said Sunday night. “He just said he didn’t feel comfortable for some reason.”
I can’t imagine it’s about competition. The Kendrick news wasn’t exactly a closely held secret and Kirby Smart’s not exactly the kind of guy who doesn’t lay out what’s going on with the program and over-promise.
Anyway, from there, things got fun. First, Turnage himself took to Twitter to calm the waters.
Whatever that means.
Meanwhile, Smart relaxed in his own way.
Evans is a 6-2, 195-lb. graduate cornerback from Tulsa with two years eligibility remaining. He’s one of the more highly sought remaining targets in the transfer portal. Sounds like a message is being sent to Mr. Turnage.
I’ll let Seth Emerson summarize.
My head hurts.