AUinGA44

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About AUinGA44

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    Football: Georgia High School, SEC, Overall college, Atlanta Falcons.
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  1. Quindarious Monday is the top DB prospect in GA this year imo. He's probably the top safety in the Southeast. He has the talent to be a 3 and out kid. I absolutely love that kids ability, and personality.
  2. In those 20 minutes he caught his only career touchdown in the National Championship game vs Oregon. We saw bigger improvements from that position last year than we'd seen since Kodi was a player, let the man do his job.
  3. Kid is a stud
  4. Kid is a stud. Top 10 player in GA this year.
  5. Valid points. I'll just say this is by far the most well rounded LB class AU has signed in recent memory. WDE
  6. He can say hi all he wants. Good Linebacker, great recruit but he is nowhere near as violent as Britt or Foster. If you are truly a "corch" you can cut the film on and see what I'm talking about.
  7. Linebacker. Britt is the best MLB prospect we've been in on since Reuben Foster. Moultry is scheme versatile and a specimen. Wooten is rangy and athletic, played at a great HS program in GA vs good competition. Add Buck signee Bryant and you have a better crop than the 2015 class we hauled in
  8. I just hope we end up with a surprise mid 3 star signing like we did in 2014 with Markell Boston, 2015 Mike Horton, and 2016 Daniel Thomas. These guys weren't even discussed much until the weekend before or couple days before signing day. Boston has been a contributor in special teams, Horton is one of our top reserve OL, and Thomas is in line to start at safety/nickel this year. I'd say each paid off although they weren't highly touted recruits, hopefully the trend continues this year with someone else that fits the same mold.
  9. That is not what I wanted to hear. The only positive I see out of this is flipping a Bama recruit that goes to a school that year in and year out has great players and is less than 30 minutes from our campus.
  10. He gone.
  11. This is one of the more telling signs of where the program is at. When upstanding talented kids transfer with 2 years of eligibility left that's not a good sign. The program is headed in the wrong direction if kids like Truitt want to jump ship. For me this one hurts, and officially puts this coaching staff on the hot seat. WDE
  12. Looks like a great pick up. IMO we should go after an H-Back like this every other class. Love his ability to play special teams as well!
  13. This sounds ridiculous in my head as I type it... But are there any grad transfer RBs looking for a fresh start that we could take a look at? Wow. I cannot believe I said that.
  14. From a coaching/player perspective: Nike makes superior footwear, Under Armour makes superior apparel. The UA gear is great but cleats have been lacking up until the Cam cleat and the Apollo cleats came out.
  15. Can't help but love players like this. Here's to hoping he's the next Darren Bates, ranked low on recruiting boards but a ball player come game time