Terrence Edwards had a very interesting take recently about TE signee Brett Seither in the 2019 signing class. When it comes to evaluating the passing game, the former Bulldog is allowed to ring the school bell and commence film study class when it comes to that position.
Check out the UGA all-time record book resume for Edwards across the 1999-2002 seasons:
- Most pass receptions in a career (204)
- Most yards gained in a season (1,004)
- Touchdown catches in a career (30)
- Most receptions by a senior (59)
Edwards is now a popular trainer working with elite talent across the Atlanta area. That client list there has some serious 4-star and 5-star shine to it.
He does not train Seither, but he called attention to his senior film recently with a very positive review from his Twitter account.
Dawg fans, I can calling it now. @_Brett18 will be special. I love this kid a lot and I am so happy he picked @FootballUGA to continue his Academic and athletic career. #GoDawgs #TEwracademy https://t.co/wmQvfMcfqG
— TE Wr Academy (@TEwracademy) February 24, 2019
When that senior film got out, he became one of the hottest recruits in the country over the closing weeks of the traditional signing period.
His decision came down to Alabama and Georgia. Seither chose Georgia.
Edwards compared Brett Seither to Alabama TE Irv Smith
When asked to expand on that Seither evaluation for DawgNation, Edwards came up with a player parallel that included some hues of Crimson.
That would be Alabama TE Irv Smith. Smith is expected to be a very high draft pick in the 2019 NFL Draft later this year.
Edward really liked the way that Seither flashed strong athletic ability at tight end.
He also noticed how well he covered ground in the secondary while playing defense for Clearwater Catholic in Florida.
“After watching his film, I just love the way he catches the ball,” Edwards told DawgNation. “He is a great run after catch guy to be 6-foot-5 and 235 lbs. It’s crazy that he played safety and was able to move off the hash like a 180-pound true safety.”
That film study becomes even more impressive when taking into account that Seither has only played two seasons of varsity football in high school.
Edwards studied Seither with a critical eye, but still let a little red and black bleed through.
“I don’t know if he can help in the run game at this point just because he may not be strong enough,” Edwards said. “But, in the passings game, he is the most fluid TE we would have on our roster. I think he’s going to be a matchup problem for a strong safety or a linebacker.”
The 6-foot-5, 235-pound prospect lists a 4.65 time in the 40-yard dash and a 36-inch vertical on his Hudl profile page.
Don’t confuse your path with your destination..🐶 pic.twitter.com/TZTMKkyDaJ
— Brett Seither (@_Brett18) February 23, 2019
Edwards had another strong opinion about another recruit in the 2019 class for Georgia. Check out his DawgNation.com appearance where he broke down 4-star WR Dominick Blaylock.
Blaylock was a 5-star prospect for almost the entire balance of his recruiting process until the final evaluation for the cycle for the industry.
He finished up rated as the nation’s No. 5 WR prospect for the class of 2019. Blaylock and 5-star George Pickens both became the first receivers rated among the nation’s top five prospects at that position to sign with the Bulldogs since Marlon Brown in 2009.