One of the best football players and human beings ever to attend UGA is Phillip Daniels, from Seminole County High School in Donalsonville, Georgia. He and his wife Leslie are fine human beings who have raised a good son, Davaris, a wide receiver who plays in suburban Chicago, where the Daniels' live, although Phillip is playing for the Redskins. Phillip still contributes to the resurgence of the Redskins. Last summer, when I met him, he expressed sadness that UGA wouldn't even look at his son__6'3", 190, 4.45 40, 41 inch vertical, and a four star by Rivals, Scout, and ESPN. He has now verbally committed to Notre Dame after being recruited by Michigan St., Oklahoma, Arkansas, Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisville, Memphis, Michigan, and Nebraska. If UGA really wants to eliminate the thug factor, why not a legacy? I assure you the senior Mr. Daniels can whip young Davaris back into shape if he ever strays, which is doubtful.