Recruiting has always been cutthroat, but these days, you really have to do something unique to stand out from the crowd of suitors. (Even if that something is nothing at all.) To that end, Georgia has been sending potential recruits sketches of themselves, along with a semi-personalized message from coach Mark Richt.

"I'd say this is the most creative thing I've gotten in the mail so far," O-lineman Chuma Edoga told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. But "creative" and "accurate" are two different things. How well does UGA's artist capture the recruit's likenesses?

Edoga, who told the AJC, "I feel like it looks like me a little bit":

UGA Is Sending Recruits Hand-Drawn Portraits

Linebacker Roquan Smith:

UGA Is Sending Recruits Hand-Drawn Portraits

Safety Rashad Roundtree:

UGA Is Sending Recruits Hand-Drawn Portraits

DE D'Andre Walker:

UGA Is Sending Recruits Hand-Drawn Portraits

All in all, not bad! Especially since I can totally see Kentucky sending recruits really exaggerated caricatures that make them self-conscious about their appearance, turning them off to the program forever.