Want to attack every day with the latest Georgia football recruiting info? That’s the Intel. This rep has a quick overview of what DawgNation learned at the Atlanta Under Armour All-American Game regional stop. There was much to be seen and heard from that event on Sunday at Carrollton High School.
CARROLLTON — We’ve been to a lot of camps with a lot of 5-stars over the years. Seen a lot of future NFL QBs and Heisman winners and future No. 1 overall draft picks. Dozens of no-doubt future first-rounders.
We’ve never been to an off-campus camp that featured several Georgia assistant coaches in attendance before. The only way that one will see more UGA coaches at a camp will be at one of those closed-door UGA prospect camps in Athens over the summer.
This was only made possible by an NCAA loophole. While this is a dead period for recruiting, there is the freedom for college assistants to attend camps where their sons are competing. (The NCAA gets a lot of stuff wrong, but at least they get that one right.)
As it turns out, that situation applies to co-defensive coordinator Will Muschamp and running backs coach Dell McGee. They were on hand to watch their sons (QB Whit Muschamp and DB Austin McGee) in action at the Under Armour regional, but they also couldn’t help but notice some of the other top-tier talents in action.
They were going to be hard to miss. Some of those prospects also just happened to be very high on the board up in Athens.
It was a very fortuitous occasion for the two-time reigning national champions. As if the ‘Dawgs needed any more augmentation to their robust efforts on the recruiting trail.
It actually could have been more. Former Georgia analyst Buster Faulker is now the offensive coordinator at Georgia Tech. He also had the chance to watch his son, Harrison, compete with the other QBs at the Under Armour event on Sunday.