WATCH: New Georgia football facility to play pivotal role in massive June

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Georgia head coach Kirby Smart before the G-Day scrimmage on Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga., on Saturday, April 17, 2021. (Photo by Tony Walsh)
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There’s been very little news regarding Georgia’s new $80 million football facility.

That’s probably by design, given the role the new building will play for the Bulldogs starting in June.

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With summer workouts set to start in June for the Bulldogs, the new facility figures to be a very popular place for Georgia’s players to recover. The new facility will be an asset for the players as they enter the 2021 season.

There is also the recruiting factor to the new building.

Georgia will be hosting visitors for the first time since January of 2020 in June as the NCAA’s dead period will be lifted. Prospects across multiple classes will get their first chance to see the Georgia coaches and facilities in person.

With so many of Georgia’s top recruiting targets set to visit, in some cases for the very first time, having the new facility ready to go is only going to be another tool in Georgia’s belt to impress prospects.

There’s a feel of the new facility being like an exclusive club that you need an invite to see.

We likely won’t know the true impact of the new facility until the fall. Recruits will surely rave about the new building, but there will be so many other factors that when the likes of Kamari Wilson, Oscar Delp and Tyler Booker make their decisions.

As the sports, and world, continue to look more normal though, this new $80 million football facility will be a very nice feather to have in Georgia’s cap.

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