Georgia football personalizes recruiting with hand-drawn portraits

Citing this hand-drawn portrait, the University of Georgia has already prioritized the recruitment of Chuma Edoga, a highly touted offensive lineman from McEachern (Ga.) High School.

There are two ways to view the latest innovation involving the Georgia football team, with the program reportedly sending hand-drawn (and signed) portraits to prospective recruits:

Lucky for sites like FoxSportsSouth.com or the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (which first reported the story), the opinions will likely be balanced on both sides.

In the AJC’s blog entry from Wednesday, four touted recruits revealed their personalized portraits from Georgia — Chuma Edoga of McEachern (Ga.) High School, Rashad Roundtree of Lakeside-Evans (Ga.) High School, D’Andre Walker of Langston Hughes (Ga.) High School and Roquan Smith, a four-star linebacker from Macon County (Ga.) High School.