Despite constant contact with Georgia coaches, Kentucky-bound Terrell Mitchell of McEachern said he believes UGA led him on during the recruiting process.
“They would call me once a week,” he said. “They weren’t trying to offer, so why did they waste my time? It got frustrating after a while. I can’t imagine playing for a team like that.”
The 6-foot-6, 225-pound Mitchell, a tight end, is looking forward to playing at Kentucky. He talked to the AJC about the recruiting process.
Q. Which school disappointed you the most during recruiting?
A. LSU and Georgia. LSU was my hometown and I wanted to go back home. They were recruiting me at one point and the coach said I had a great practice, but then I didn’t talk to him for three months. They tried recruiting me again, but I told them it was too late. And UGA because I showed them a lot of interest. I wanted to go to UGA. I went to two games and brought my family up to show them where I may be playing and they never offered me a