No. 1 Arabic Justice Haynes recaps UGA official, previews other OVs

A jam-packed summer has just begun for the top race in the 2023 class.

The expansion home of Justice Haynes’ appointment began with an official visit to Georgia last weekend. For the rest of June, he will be seen on official visits to Florida (June 10-12), Alabama (June 17-19) and Ohio State (June 24-26).

Rivals meet with Haynes to discuss his Georgia official and preview the rest of his summer tour.

Georgia his OV: “The official visit was great. I was able to spend some time with some great people who were there, with some really good friends of mine, but I also got to see what Georgia had to offer. All I had to do was make it clear, No choice, nothing, give the school the best power to show them what they have and take it from there. “

In Georgia’s “Legacy to Legend” message: “My dad had a great career there and he did great things in the league. He gave me the knowledge and ability, he gave me the ability to stay where I am now and he helped me to recover, trying to make me better than him. Then. When we go to the legacy of the legend, the whole thing was, my dad was a legacy there, but then I became a legend. That’s the way they look at me. It’s something that really dops. “

In particular he wants to see if there are any of his remaining officers: “In general, with all my staff, I just want to get the feeling at home, the feeling you get in your gut that this is the place for me. They’re all high-level schools. Everything will be there. Also, interacting with the players, seeing how the players feel about the coaches. When you go on an informal tour, you’re not really with the players. You see it. But the things that I don’t see are like the player’s side, what do the players think about the coach?

This is Alabama: “Alabama, only part of the development, turning it into a league, a winning culture. Alabama Alabama, they will always be on top. I think they’ve been on top for decades. They’re just continuing to win. My relationship with the coach (Robert GillespieRunning back (really strong, coach)Travaris Robinson, Cornerbacks), I was just texting him just before I came to this interview. I’m really close to those two guys. I can’t wait to get there. ”

In the state of Ohio: “So coach (Tony Alford, Running back) and I have built a really strong relationship. She tells me I’m the guy she wants in class. We just continue to build a strong relationship. We talk more than once a day. Ohio State, I have great respect for them and can’t wait to get back. Trey Henderson and Evan (Prior) and I have built a really strong relationship. We text about every day. ”

Henderson’s success as a freshman convinced him that he could contribute now: “Of course. I like the way Coach Alford does. He doesn’t care if you’re a newbie or if you’re a senior, the best man is going to play. You go out and start working, you go and do what you need to do, You’re going to play. I like how coach Alford develops his back. When I was there unofficially, he was just showing me my brain, the details, the stuff. He knows what he’s talking about. ”

In Florida: “Before the coach (Billy) Napier Went there, I didn’t really talk to Florida that way. When Coach Napier went there he made me an offer. Then really left. Coach Napier has remained steadfast, he has kept his word, whatever he says. Same with coach (Jabbar Zulu, Running back), stays on me, stays consistent. I went on my tour there during the spring break, it was my spring break. I went there on my visit during my spring break, loved it. The coaching staff that blew my mind was how big the coaching staff is and how many people they have. Then the facilities, everything, the great culture wanders there. Coach Napier really took his Clemson side of what he was at Clemson, its people‚Äôs side and then Alabama with the winging tradition of the Alabama side. She kind of put it on her own little thing. I like Coach Napier’s building there. I actually go there (today), so I’m looking forward to it. ”

His Florida unofficial side is what makes him want to come back for an officer: “Love, of course love. Whenever I walked into the building, there were probably a lot of people, the whole staff was there. Strength, it was just like Bufford here, strength and how the emerging people were and just the whole culture.”

His commitment to the timeline: “At the same time, it’s still in God’s hands. But now the plan is committed to July, August. I want to get it done before the season, just focus on the season, be able to concentrate on winning a state championship with my boys.”

Georgia seems to be the leader for Haynes for a while. It doesn’t seem to be far behind the state of Ohio. The rise of Florida has been a mercurial one, receiving off Haynes’s second official visit since being off the radar. A home run official visit may elevate the Gators to the top tier of competitors, but Georgia still needs to be considered a favorite.

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