Don’t mess with me like this, man. Please don’t.
I’m sure that folks are thinking that right about now. Yet this was published because of a growing sense that Georgia actually does have a legit shot with 5-star OT Isaiah Wilson.
What if he’s not tethered to Michigan? What if Alabama was not his other choice? Did the trip that was made by his assistant coaches to the Georgia-Auburn game actually mean something?
What if the reason Wilson moved up his Dec. 25 commitment date to Friday was because he saw something in Athens that made up or changed his mind about everything?
I’ve heard from two different sources in the last six hours that Wilson to Georgia is no pipe dream. These sources indicate they now feel the nation’s No. 7 OT coming to Georgia is no longer a pipe dream, but it is what they are expecting on Friday.
Now we can also cross reference that with the first two picks for Georgia on the popular 247Sports “Crystal Ball” feature in regard to Wilson. Those were made over the last two hours.
Those were made over the last two hours.
Those predictions — made by 24/7 Sports National Recruiting Insider Ryan Bartow and Auburn Undercover reporter Keith Niebuhr — do come from two of the most respected and well-placed reporters in the industry.
UGA commitment Netori Johnson told me after Wilson’s official visit that he felt that Georgia will get him.
That’s understandable. Every commitment should feel that way after a potential impact recruit comes in for an official visit.
The 6-foot-7, 350-pounder is rated as the nation’s No. 7 prospect at tackle for 2017. The Brooklyn (Brooklyn, NY) resident ranked as the nation’s No. 32 overall prospect for this year’s signing cycle.
Unattributed sources are called that for a reason. Reporters hear things and try to only share credible information with a recruiting decision of this magnitude.
Wilson should be expected to remain silent on the issue.
Warning on sunday do not dm me asking for an interview or recap. Its not happening. Carry on
— +Isaiah Wilson+ (@_LayZay_) December 9, 2016
Wilson is not a December graduate so whichever school he commits to on Friday will have to retain that commitment for 45 days.
Georgia signed the nation’s No. 3 junior college tackle in D’Marcus Hayes on Wednesday? Could Wilson possibly be up next?
The Bulldogs have a pair of 4-star commitment at offensive tackle in D’Antne Demery and Andrew Thomas for 2017.
Hayes and the potential of this new information regarding Wilson would instantly reshape that position at Georgia. That would take place with just one recruiting class.
Wilson grew up rooting for Georgia watching the program play every Saturday on TV in Brooklyn. He considered himself a fan.
What if he actually picks the red and black on Friday?