Brock Vandagriff went 2-0 in corn hole in Athens on Saturday.
It wasn’t certain whether or not he poured in 10 or more of those “airmails” tosses where he centered the bag through the hole. DawgNation will likely appreciate the other piece of information from his visit a little bit better.
It is the news of his quick return. The 5-star QB will be back in Athens on Monday. He’ll have his family in tow, too. Vandagriff has told DawgNation that he’s down to Auburn, South Carolina and Georgia.
He has only scheduled these visits to UGA at this time.
The main piece of news regarding the “Junior Day” unofficial was to collect his thoughts on newly-hired offensive coordinator Todd Monken. DawgNation believes Monken will serve as the play caller for the Bulldogs in the 2020 season.
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“It was a good to get to talk with him about the future of the Georgia football program,” Vandagriff said on Monken. “We are going to talk ball tomorrow.”
Monken chatted with Vandagriff during the friendly corn hole match. The ultra-competitive 5-star QB pulls no punches around a corn hole board. Even around family members.
Given the timing of Monken’s hiring, the most interesting intel from that visit wasn’t how many times Vandagriff centered those throws. His impressions of the newest assistant coach at the University of Georgia serve as the better scouting report.
“He is a great guy and fun to be around,” Vandagriff said. “I didn’t get to talk much with him about football. We kinda small talked and played some corn hole mainly.”
The Prince Avenue Christian 5-star QB recently de-committed from Oklahoma on Jan. 1. He currently rates as the nation’s No. 1 pro-style QB on the 247Sports Composite ratings for the 2021 class. That places him as the nation’s No. 9 overall prospect.
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It was an interesting day for the nation’s elite juniors in Athens on Saturday. The potential Bulldogs toured the indoor practice facility and got to ride around campus in style, too.
There was a lot to eat and a lot of friendly back-and-forth and fellowship around the corn hole boards.