“You’re getting a chance to see Georgia State University explode right in front of your eyes”, says Head Coach Trent Miles about how he felt the Panthers did today on National Signing Day. He walked into the press conference with a huge smile on his face and he left the room the same way. Miles states that he looks for young men with high character coming in to join the atmosphere that he has created with his current players on the team. Miles boasted about his coaching staff and their recruiting ability this year. GSU was able to flip a few players decisions away from other Sun Belt conference teams and other big college football programs.
Georgia State’s college football team had 25 signees today and 18 of them are from the state of Georgia. GSU made it to their first bowl game and finished 6-7 last season. Miles was optimistic about GSU’s signees meeting their team needs for speed, offensive linemen and wide receivers. I was honored to meet one of Georgia State’s signees right after the GSU press conference at the College Football Hall of Fame and he was everything that Coach Miles states he looks for in a student-athlete. Wide Receiver Jawan Nobles already knows he has his work cut out for him, and he is confident that he will earn a playing spot on the team. Nobles is a dual-threat athlete from Smyrna, Georgia and attended Campbell High School. He talked about why he flipped from Appalachian State and why Georgia State was a better fit for him.
Really excited about the growth at Georgia State University and their college football program #ALLBLUEALLIN