I’m back. I know you’re thrilled.
I took the first couple of days of the week off to catch my breath after the first week of the national signing period. And a crazy, intense week it was, especially national signing day. I had more than 120 Tweets and 40 blog posts that one day alone. And I want to thank you for the nearly 700,000 page views that day. It was a blur of a day.
Of course, the signings continued after that notable first Wednesday in February passed. I hope you have been checking back as we’ve continued to update the list of the state of Georgia’s signees, which grows with each passing day. We’ll keep adding them as they keep coming in so let us know if anybody’s missing.
When I last left you I had just assessed Georgia’s 2010 recruiting class and provided some details on how Calhoun’s Nash Nance and Da’Rick Rogers both ended up at Tennessee. That subject clearly remains a hot-button issue as it elicited nearly 1,000 comments (and that’s not counting the dozens that I had to delete. Please remember to remain civilized with your opinions).
So now I will pick up where I left off. First, that will be to assess Georgia Tech’s 2010 recruiting class. I’ll have that posted a little later this afternoon.
Now that I’m back in the saddle, I’m open to your suggestions for future blog posts. Please let me know some of the things you’d most like to read about. Of course, we’ll be getting into detail on the state’s Class of 2011, which is shaping up to be one of Georgia’s best in a while. And we’ll continue to review the Class of 2010, which will go down as one of the most memorable in some time with all its flips and twists.
As always, thanks for dropping in.