…If so, the University of Georgia has released a 60-minute video which not only chronicles what the team was feeling after a heartbreaking loss to Michigan State in the Outback Bowl at the end of last season, but also follows…
I don’t know how many Georgia fans were able to watch the ‘Corky Kell Classic’ over the weekend, but I managed to fit in a couple hours on Saturday evening—watching Camden County lay waste to the opposition—and was ever so pleased to see a couple of current commits showcasing their talents.
Here are a few clips of 2012 commits Brice Ramsey (QB), J.J. Green (DB/RB), and Shaun McGee (DL) in action.
Brice Ramsey, No. 12
You gotta love that pass to the back of the endzone by Ramsey. Who says that kid can’t make the throws at the next level, huh? And don’t even get me started on that beautiful deep ball—just money.
J.J. Green, No. 4
I love Green’s versatility. I haven’t a clue where he’ll end up at the next level, but I was really impressed by how well he ran between the tackles on Saturday night. He’s obviously a strong kid with a ton of upside.
Shaun McGee, No. 18
McGee showed great pursuit in his team’s game against Walton County and it’s obvious he loves to rush the passer and will do well in that capacity at Georgia should they keep him outside.
Other guys who impressed on Saturday, Tyren Jones and Brendan Langley who are currently committed to Alabama and South Carolina respectively.
The jokes about Auburn are well known by now: they’re dirty, pay players, and have an overall filthy grime attached to that ‘all in’ concept they hold so dear. But folks, I’m hear to tell you, that’s all talk and…