… Whatever it is, the nation’s No. 80 overall prospect (247Sports Composite) believes that tight ends can be exclamation points in the Georgia “Air Raid” variant offense.
“They are throwing the ball to the tight end now,” Delp said. “It is showing. [Todd] Monken is doing that also. It just really opened my eyes. It was awesome.”
Georgia’s tight ends are no longer sleek road graders. Hartley’s room is no longer “eye candy” in the Bulldog offense.
His father, Chris, has always been open about his recruiting. To be honest, his father has told him he didn’t know if Georgia was right for him.
“That was because of their tight end usage and all that,” Oscar Delp said. “Then after this trip, he kind of looked at me and said ‘Look, man. That trip really answered every question’ and ‘this place could be a real good fit for you’ and just stuff like that.”
Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t think the problem was that Georgia’s tight ends were “sleek road graders”, whatever the hell that’s supposed to mean.
The funny thing is gonna be when Georgia tells Arik Gilbert he’s not a tight end, but tells recruits he is.