Georgia is in heavy pursuit of an Alabama commit, and they might get him.
McEachern WR Tyler Simmons visited the Bulldogs over the weekend, and said he’s not sure new coach Kirby Smart will let him go to Alabama.
“I do not think Kirby is going to take no as an answer from me,” Simmons said.
The Bulldogs are lacking at the receiver spot, and pursued Simmons before Mark Richt was fired and Simmons picked the Tide. Now the young playmaker is being told all of the things he’s going to do if he picks the Dawgs, and he’s staring to believe it might be something he should consider.
“Georgia is building something very good,” Simmons said. “They want to use me at Wildcat, slot, wideout and at running back.”