When the Georgia football program was founded in 1997, the football recruiting landscape was relatively new.
The Bulldogs were still recruiting with the help of coaches and players from previous seasons.
But after a decade of mediocrity, that landscape has changed drastically in the last decade.
Georgia now has five schools recruiting and has four of them recruiting at the top of the SEC: Auburn, Georgia, Alabama and LSU.
It has also had five other schools recruiting at either the SEC or ACC level, which makes it the most prolific program in the country.
But that is just the tip of the recruiting iceberg.
Here are five recruiting stories that you probably didn’t know about, or didn’t believe were true.1.
Georgia has a lot of potential football players who will play football for a school.
But there’s a lot more to this story than meets the eye.
The Bulldogs are already one of the most powerful programs in the nation, but that doesn’t mean they are a “football power” like they are with recruiting.
While some may think of Georgia as the nation’s biggest football powerhouse, that is an understatement.
Georgia is one of only six schools that have the highest average recruiting class size, according to Rivals.
The only other programs with the top four recruiting classes in the SEC are Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee and Florida.
The SEC is the only conference in which every team has more recruits than the Bulldogs.
Georgia’s average recruiting classes size has been in the top 30 nationally every year since 2009.
The number of schools recruiting in Georgia has grown by at least a factor of three since 2010, according at Rivals.2.
Georgia can’t afford to have too many recruits.
This is a fact.
Georgia was ranked as high as No. 1 in recruiting rankings before the 2017 season.
But the Bulldogs have since dropped down to No. 7 in recruiting, according 247Sports Composite rankings.
This means that the Bulldogs are a bit of a “bubble team” for recruits to land at other schools, according Matt Hixon, the head coach at Alabama.
The Crimson Tide currently has eight players in its 2017 class, according ESPN’s Matt Miller.3.
Georgia recruits well, but the state doesn’t necessarily have the best football culture.
The state of Georgia is known for its rich history and history in the sport of football.
Georgia isn’t known for recruiting excellence, but it is known as one of several SEC states that has a strong football culture, according Hixon.
Georgia does have a reputation for recruiting, but there are a lot different factors that contribute to that.
A recent study found that Georgia recruits the least as a percentage of the state’s total population.
That makes the state the state with the lowest proportion of its students who have ever attended school, according the study.4.
Georgia still has a recruiting advantage over other programs.
While Georgia’s recruiting advantage is smaller than many other SEC schools, there is still a strong presence of the Bulldogs at the recruiting trail.
A 2015 study by The Crimson Cuts found that 247Sports ranked Georgia as one the top five schools in the South for most recruiting rankings.
There are still other schools that are ranked ahead of Georgia, including Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, Florida and Auburn.5.
Georgia gets its recruits from all over the country, not just Georgia.
This could be a problem.
Hixon says that he is concerned about how many of his players are going to be from outside the U.S. in the future, according CBS Sports’ Brian Kelly.
This may not sound like much, but a lot is made of the fact that the average age of recruits in Georgia is just 26.
It is also possible that Georgia’s lack of talent at the quarterback position and a lack of depth at the running back position will keep the Bulldogs from having as much talent as they would like.6.
There is no such thing as a “blue chip” program.
This one’s for you.
Hinton said he would like to recruit from every school in the state, including schools like Alabama and Auburn, but he also said that he would only take a few recruits who are truly “blue chips.”
The only way he is going to recruit that way is by having a good team and having a high quality of player, according Kelly.7.
The coaching staff and players at Georgia have been great in the recruiting process.
There have been times where recruiting has not been as efficient as other programs, but those have been rare.
According to Hixon and his staff, the Bulldogs’ coaches and the players have been incredibly professional and respectful.
They have been willing to make mistakes in recruiting and have done a great job of working with other schools.8.
Georgia might be the SEC’s best recruiting team.
That’s a big “maybe.”
That is certainly a big part of recruiting, and there are definitely some other programs that are better than Georgia in recruiting.
But this Georgia team is definitely one of those programs that is a “maybe” for some fans.