Sam Pittman has led many successful National Signing Days, and the Georgia offensive line coach was ready for another one on Wednesday.
Pittman arrived at Georgia in December 2015 and has put a significant stamp on the Bulldogs' program in just two years. The former Arkansas, North Carolina and Tennessee assistant — who has coached eight offensive lineman who were selected in the NFL Draft since 2013 — helped land the nation's sixth-ranked recruiting class in 2016 and third-ranked class in 2017. And he's been instrumental in building a legendary 2018 group.
Pittman landed four-star guard Trey Hill — the No. 2 guard and 38th-ranked player in the entire class — two weeks ago and entered the early signing period chasing the top-ranked guard, Jamaree Salyer, and No. 2 tackle Cade Mays. After landing Salyer early on Wednesday morning, Pittman tweeted this video in celebration:
— Coach Sam Pittman (@CoachSamPittman) December 20, 2017