Georgia’s “Dream Team” recruiting approach is getting mixed reviews from the state’s top uncommitted football prospects.
Is UGA’s “Dream Team” approach working with the state’s football prospects?
- Yes. Just look at who UGA has committed.
- Not sure, too many big fish out there yet to announce
- No way. Just another recruiting gimmick
The “Dream Team” is the phrase borrowed by Georgia coach Mark Richt for his in-state recruiting efforts. It will be another strong year for talent among the state’s top rising high school seniors, with more than 200 expected to sign major-college scholarships in February.
Richt and his assistant have been using the “Dream Team” sales pitch since early spring, telling the state’s elite that if they join together and sign with Georgia next February, the Bulldogs will contend for future SEC and national championships.
“Georgia has a dream in recruiting, but it may not be my dream, too,” said Thomas