WATCH: NCAA wipes out all face-to-face recruiting for Georgia football for 2020 season

This old sign at Sanford Stadium certainly brings back fond memories. Not this year, though.

The latest edition of the DawgNation “Before the Hedges” program came with a big news development for Georgia football to anchor the show.

It revolved around this tweet from the NCAA Legislative Council.

It is possible in theory for those members of the 2021 class who do not sign early to see the dead period lifted in mid-January. That will allow those who do not enroll early to hope for the chance to get to take a few official and unofficial visits prior to the traditional signing period in February.

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It is still daunting to think about 5-star prospects like Korey Foreman, Amarius Mims, Maason Smith, Brock Vandagriff going through their entire high school careers without getting to take even one official visit to the school of their choice.

Recruits typically get five. But those early enrollees in the 2021 class are now assured of not getting any barring a reversal of the current NCAA ruling.

We discussed all of that, along with our typical offerings like the “2021 Top Targets” and the commitment board and timelines during this week’s episode. This edition also featured a special DawgNation conversation with elite 2022 cornerback commitment Marquis Groves-Killebrew and a quick word with his talented Brookwood teammate Sam M’Bake in the 2022 class.

We also found time at specific portions of the show for the typical Q&A exchanges with viewers. Both versions of this week’s program are embedded below.

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