Want to attack every day with the latest UGA football recruiting info? That’s what the Intel brings at least four days a week. This play sheet offers up a report on thoughts right now for 5-star WR Jadon Haselwood. He seems very uncertain about his future at this time.
Jadon Haselwood says he is “clueless” now in terms of his college decision.
He’s at a point in his recruitment where he has less than a month left to make up his mind. Yet he has very few guideposts to center his decision around.
“I don’t even have a top 5 right now,” he said.
Jadon Haselwood plans to take his final official visit to UGA on Dec. 15. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)
Part of that might be due to the fact his primary focus on his Cedar Grove football team. That close-knit group is still motivated by the loss of a former player during the off-season. Haselwood will never forget Trevon Richardson.
Cedar Grove has “LLT” stickers on its helmets to honor his memory with the “Long Live Trevon” mantra.
When he’s asked a question in an interview setting, his natural reaction is to relate it to Cedar Grove football. It seems to appear he is leaving the balance of his college decision to be figured out after he’s done chasing a second state title ring with his Saints.
“I am clueless right now,” Haselwood said.
What comes next with Jadon Haselwood and UGA
Haselwood was supposed to take an official visit to UGA this weekend. That did not happen and there were a few contributing factors why.
Jadon Haselwood said he is “clueless” right now about his college decision. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)
Cedar Grove’s third-round game in the GHSA Class 3A playoffs did not end until just before 10 p.m. in Savannah on Friday night.
It was likely 11 p.m. before those buses were headed back for a four-plus hour ride to Cedar Grove afterward.
The noon kickoff for the Georgia Tech game did not lend itself to an ideal start to a key official visit.
My information leads me to believe UGA did not want him to take that official for the Georgia Tech game. The Bulldogs hope to host Haselwood for an official on Dec. 15. That will be the final official visit weekend for prospects like Haselwood that intend to sign early and enroll in January of 2019.
“I will probably be there at UGA in December,” Hasewlood said. “To take my official. … I think we are looking at Dec. 15 for my official.”
That will likely be Haselwood’s only visit before the dead period arrives. If that turns out to be the case, then having the last visit prior to his decision is an ideal opportunity for the program.
He’s noticed the Bulldogs have made more plays with the passing game.
“They have been throwing it a little bit more,” Haselwood said. “I haven’t really been watching them but I have been seeing stuff on Twitter. That’s really it.”
He was aware of a recent pass thrown by Justin Fields. The 5-star is also aware of the “obvious” talent of the freshman QB.