Podcast: Incoming freshman brings an attitude UGA needs
Netori Johnson — one of Georgia’s top offensive line recruits for the 2017 class — believes he’s going to earn a starting spot for the Bulldogs in his freshman season. Whether this ends up being true or not, Johnson’s desire to compete is exactly the attitude UGA needs.
I’ll talk about that today on DawgNation Daily — the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fans.
I’ll also share audio from former Alabama All-American Mike Johnson on why UGA fans should embrace the expectations from the media about the team’s improvement this season, and I’ll discuss athletic director Greg McGarity’s comments about the future of UGA basketball coach Mark Fox.
Plus DawgNation’s recruiting expert Jeff Sentell joins the show and we discuss…
- The latest on the Bulldogs attempts at gaining a commitment from a dual-threat quarterback for the class of 2018 — including the remote possibility that 5-star prospect Emory Jones might still be an option
- The latest information regarding why 4-star linebacker Quay Walker (Cordele, Ga.) might consider leaving the state to play for Auburn
- And Jeff tells DawgNation what’s to like about 2019 linebacker Mikel Jones — a player who recently called his scholarship chance at UGA a “dream offer.”
References from today’s show:
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