“Everything was great, but the best part about the visit was talking with Coach Richt,” the four-star defensive back said. “I talked to every coach. Richt, Pruitt and Schottenheimer. Every coach was telling what's gonna happen at Georgia and how much they want me to be a Dawg!”
If Georgia’s goal was to make Hardman wanted it worked.
“Coach Richt was just asking me how I feel about Georgia, where do they stand with me, just that they love me as a player and a person. He also said that they want me as a Dawg.”
Hardman is currently considered the No. 2 defensive back in the state of Georgia and is ranked as the No. 164 overall prospect in the class of 2016.