Sentell’s Intel: What we’re hearing from the national championship recruiting weekend celebration in Athens

Want to attack every day with the latest Georgia football recruiting info? That’s the Intel. This rep has the latest with the incredible crop of recruits that were in town this weekend for the national championship celebration.


There’s a lot to be enthused about this weekend. Just bear with us on this.

This is hard and everyone’s hearts are heavy.

The present and the next few days are hard. But the scope of our reporting here for DawgNation is to write about the future.

And Friday and Saturday offered up a lot of very strong hope for the future of the Georgia football program. It is just a lot harder to chronicle and ramp up the excitement level for that type of stuff right now.

It just feels different and hits differently now. That’s why perspective is always so very important in this life.

It was a beautiful day on Saturday in Athens. So much hope and promise. Then everyone woke up on Sunday morning to tragedy.

That shows us all what really matters in this life.

We’ve heard that sentiment expressed by so many recruits that were there on Saturday.

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Got to love this attitude from QB commit Ryan Puglisi

Let’s start with the current Georgia quarterback commitment. That is the vastly talented Ryan Puglisi. Want to know the last three QB commits to Georgia football?

  • 5-star Brock Vandagriff (2021) - January 21, 2020
  • 4-star Gunner Stockton (2022) - January 28, 2021
  • 4-star Ryan Puglisi (2024) - October 16, 2022

The ‘Dawgs know how to space them out, right? That’s only three QB commitments in almost the span of three full years. That’s 1092 days and only about four days shy of three full years.

With reports swirling that the Bulldogs appear to be in good shape with 5-star QB Dylan Raiola, there’s a lot here still to like about Puglisi.

Well, the word is not like. It is more like appreciation and respect.

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