Wednesdays are Periscope nights on DawgNation.
That means Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Jeff Sentell fires up his Periscope app and discusses all things UGA football and UGA recruiting. This week’s edition was stalled a bit by a myriad of factors, but his weekly commitment still remains a solid verbal, even with what Kobe Bryant did in his final NBA game and the Golden State Warriors also making NBA history.
— Jeff Sentell (@jeffsentell) April 14, 2016
Just a few of this week’s topics:
- UGA priority target William Poole III delivered the news of the day. He’s got his decision.
- A few reactions about the Chad Clay and Julian Rochester charges this week
- The latest with former UGA commit DeeJay Dallas
- Who are the most wanted players who will not be at G-Day?
What has DawgNation been writing about lately? Check out these links:
- Commit watch: Priority UGA target has made up his mind
- Details of Kirby Smart’s shorter spring speaking tour
- 93,000 fans not guaranteed for G-Day
- Podcast: One way UGA fans should hope Kirby Smart is different from Nick Saban
- These Georgia players have made a depth chart move this spring
- Priority RB target has two “great things” to say about UGA
- UGA adds two BIG targets to its robust G-Day guest list for recruits
- State’s No. 1 RB puts UGA in his final group
The weekly Periscope archives are growing. Click back here for previous editions:
- April 7: UGA’s newest commit Max Wray takes all your questions
- March 30: What’s up with all these open record requests?
- March 23: What to look for this spring in recruiting
- March 16: We talk spring game, hype songs and running back depth
- March 9: Lorenzo Carter, Demetris Robertson, and the biggest recruiting needs
G-Day, Georgia’s annual spring football scrimmage, is scheduled for 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 16, at Sanford Stadium. Check back here daily for DawgNation’s G-Day coverage brought to you by Georgia United Credit Union.
Jeff Sentell covers UGA football and UGA recruiting for AJC.com and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Follow him on Twitter for the latest on who’s on their way to play Between the Hedges. Unless otherwise indicated, player rankings and ratings are from the 247Sports Composite.