College football locker rooms are becoming less where you just change into your uniform to more of a hangout for players — with pool tables, video game consoles and whatever else interests student-athletes being brought in.
Georgia has joined the craze, with the Bulldogs now having a DJ booth in the confines of their locker room.
— Coach Kirby Smart (@KirbySmartUGA) May 19, 2017
Coach Kirby Smart praises running back Sony Michel on his DJ skills, but no word has come yet on whether Smart has taken a turn scratching up albums or dropping beats.
Unfortunately, the booth comes more than 10 years after one of the Bulldogs’ best-known DJs, former QB D.J. Shockley, played in Athens.