Bailey put up huge numbers his FR year on team that had almost zero upperclassmen. Keyton was just a SO and Marietta started something like 18 FR and SO's that 1st year. He got killed and the team got killed, but he still threw for 21 tds and 7 ints. He had almost 3k yards in just 10 games.
I think Bailey's numbers will go threw the roof the next few weeks. He plays a really bad team in Kennesaw Mtn, some pretty good ones in North Paulding and North Cobb and two very good ones in Hillgrove and McEachern. I don't think McEachern is any better than any of the teams he's faced so far though.
Not sure if it has been posted but Hubbs just said on sportstalk that Harrison Bailey has indicated he was going to take 5 official visits at this point. Hubbs basically said Tennessee needs to show improvement on the field if it wants to assure Bailey honors his commitment.