UGA legacy Jaden Hunter recently had a chance to talk with defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt and coach Mark Richt at the Alabama game.
Their message to the son of Brice Hunter, the former Bulldogs great, was clear.
“They just want me here in my home state,” Hunter told the AJC’s DawgNation.com. “My dad played there, you know, I think they pitch that message a lot.”
Hunter, a 4-star linebacker from Westlake High School, says he has no leaders right now, which is good news for the Bulldogs.
The 6-foot-3, 207-pounder had Florida State and LSU as his co-leaders followed by UGA at No. 3 back in July. He now says that everyone is equal.
In the video above, Hunter answers the following questions about his recruitment:
1) Which schools are recruiting him the hardest right now?
2) Which game will he attend on Saturday?
3) Jaden’s brother, Tyler Hunter, plays for Florida State. What’s his recruiting pitch been to him?
4) When does he plan on committing?