Georgia Tailback To Visit USC

Jamious Griffin, a four-star tailback from Rome, Ga., will visit USC this weekend. Griffin, the Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year, was committed to North Carolina State until Monday. Georgia Tech is also recruiting him.

This is another sign of how USC is trying to make up for tailback Jordan Wilmore decommitting.


15 thoughts on “Georgia Tailback To Visit USC

  1. Making up for? The guy was Georgia Gatorade POY. Twisted facts for your slant; bordering on fake news.



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    1. Bingo! (“Like” button not working).

      In Scottie’s world, hosting a 4-star running back is somehow a huge negative…

      Of course, if SC wasn’t hosting 4-star running backs, Scottie would be blogging “Yet another example that Helton is not doing his job.”

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  2. Just another running back who wants a free trip to California, so he can see the sights. And if he’s good as advertised, then you better believe Kirby Smart won’t let him out of the state of Georgia

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    1. Chuma Edoga was soft as he// and from the state of Georgia but they seem to be putting out quality tailbacks.
      Helton will mess it up somehow and the kid will sign with Ucla.


      1. I disagree with you about Chuma, Sam. He got good reviews on a weekly basis (from a service that projects pros on a weekly basis).

        The RB’s other top choices were Georgia Tech and Auburn after decommiting from NC State. He or that other TB Helton is after would be good gets.


      2. Arturo I was big on Chuma early on but I just didn’t see the player that was advertised coming out of high school and being very high with his football IQ theys said. I think he finished his career better than it started from start to mid point with injuries, but he missed a lot of assignments letting his man speed rush to the backfield i noticed. He was more inconsistent than soft. I said soft because i was just dissapointed from his overall production but he wasn’t soft he just had a motor that wasn’t what a senior should have in my opinion and he never out a string of good performances together in my opinion.

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      3. I think he will have a better outcome than at USC because I think the overall answer to mine and your conversation really is that USC doesn’t develop or coach up talent right now and if he can stay focused to learn he’ll get it going.


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