Hold Off on Signing that Letter of Intent

We’re not dumb and neither are you.

Before signing that Letter of Intent during Fall Signing Week, recruits should consider whether the program they want to attend is going to make it through the FBI Investigation.  If you are a recruit and you are unsure if members of a particular program are going to be implicated or have criminal issues, it is acceptable to wait until the Spring to find out more information.

The FBI is slowly going through their process and more people are expected to be exposed.  At Georgia Basketball Blog, we will be trying to get our hands on hard information too.  It is not enough to just have sources, but hard evidence is far more valuable.  It does not take a Harvard graduate to know this.

After all, Georgia Basketball Blog is about showing and explaining rather than merely telling, rehashing and spewing tired talking points.

For all recruits unsure of where they stand (anything less than 100% sure that the program they wish to sign a Letter of Intent will be free of criminal issues): 

If you are a recruit and your 18th birthday comes between the Fall Signing Week (November 16, 2017) and the end of Spring Signing Month (May 16, 2018), do not sign that Letter of Intent between November 8-15, no matter how much pressure others may put on you.

If you are a recruit and you are already of majority age (18), do not sign that Letter of Intent between November 8-15.  Waiting will provide you and your family with the opportunity to make a better informed decision.

If you are a recruit and will not be of majority age (18) until after the Spring Signing Period, do not sign that Letter of Intent between November 8-15, urge your family to wait and take their time with this decision.  Waiting will provide you and your family with the opportunity to make a better informed decision.

We will leave it at that.  For now.