By David Paschall, Chattanooga Times Free Press - bio
(Times Free Press) -- Broadarius Hamm is a 6-foot-3, 290-pound defensive lineman who could have a home in the Southeastern Conference if he wants one, but he'll have to wait.
Hamm has been offered a football scholarship by Georgia, according to ESPN.com, despite being just a ninth-grader at Spalding County High south of Atlanta in Griffin. Bulldogs coach Mark Richt addressed his recruiting approach in dealing with such youth earlier this week during his visit to the Catoosa County Colonnade.
"I can't make any comment on a specific player, but our coaches are out on the road recruiting right now," Richt said. "This is the time of year when most of the Georgia schools are having spring practice, so we're watching everybody and not just the guy who is going to be a senior. We'll watch guys at all different ages, and if a guy is physically gifted enough to where we believe he could play in the Southeastern Conference, then we'll offer the guy regardless of how old he is.
"We're going to base it on what he looks like at the moment, and every once in a while, some of those things will happen that way."