From ‘Dream’ spring to nightmare summer (UPDATED)

Caleb King in better times. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

Caleb King in better times. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

So now that UGA has made it official that Caleb King is academically ineligible, where does that leave the Dogs’ running game?

Awfully shaky at best. Yes, incoming “Dream Team” member Isaiah Crowell is expected to be the next great Georgia tailback, but the odds are long against him being fully ready to shoulder that mantle right from the start.

And with Boise State and South Carolina as the opening games, there won’t be any chance for tune-ups.

While Crowell’s running chops might be in fine form early on, chances are he’s going to have a hard time picking up the considerable pass protection duties that tailbacks have in Mike Bobo’s offense. And considering the questions surrounding the offensive line, that’s likely to be crucial.

So we might see quite a bit of the somewhat more experienced redshirt freshman Ken “Boo” Malcome in the mix to start with.

In terms of the running attack, hopefully we won’t see Bobo trying to make diminutive Carlton Thomas up the middle a primary mode of operation.

The move of Bruce Figgins to fullback should help out quite a bit in terms of pass protection. There might be times when Bobo might want to use Figgins in the tailback spot and have Zander Ogletree at fullback for maximum protection of Aaron Murray.

We’ll see how all that shakes out. But one thing’s for sure: The considerable pressure that was already on young Crowell just amped up. A lot.

Feel free to share your views of Georgia’s prospects in the wake of King’s loss.

JUNKYARD MAIL UPDATE

Brian Stewart writes: With the departure if Caleb King, do you think Branden Smith and/or Nick Marshall get more of a look as a tailback?

I don’t think either one is likely to be used on a regular basis at tailback, but both defensive backs could play key roles on offense. Smith has shown in the past what he can do with his terrifc speed but was used sparingly on offense last year. That was already likely to change this season. The junior cornerback spiced up the G-Day game, scoring a 28-yard touchdown on a catch from Murray and finishing the day with two catches for 38 yards and two carries for 11 yards. Afterward, Bobo said, “He’s such an explosive player. I wish we could have him full time. … He can make plays. We’ve got to continue to find a way to get him on the field.” I think the departure of King will only increase the odds of that happening. As for Marshall, Mark Richt has talked already about possibly using him at quarterback occasionally in the Wild Dawg offense and I’d love to see that happen on a regular basis. But I’ll believe it when I see it. So far, Bobo hasn’t shown that he really understands how to most effectively use the wildcat or Wild Dawg formation.

466 comments Add your comment

DawgVoiceofReason

July 9th, 2011
2:51 pm

FLA DAWG,

Yes, you need to throw that name out (right into the garbage), all right! There is NO WAY Spurrier will EVER coach at UGA. If I have to explain why to you, then you don’t know much about either Spurrier or UGA football.

Beast from the East

July 9th, 2011
2:55 pm

AltamahDawg,
I have to disagree with you on one point you made. Richt is not inexperienced in anything regarding coaching college football. He is the dean of the SEC and coached under one of the winningest coaches of all time that went through some adversity while he was under him. Besides those facts, no one that is making $3 million a year should be given any kind of learning curve. They are paid in the top 1% of the work force to produce results. Not just Richt, but all big-time coaches.

Beast from the East

July 9th, 2011
2:57 pm

DawgVoiceofReason,
You got that right! Spurrier hates UGA since his college days. I don’t think he’d go there for $20,000,000 a year and I don’t think 99% of the UGA faithful would hire him for $10 a year! LOL!

Terry

July 9th, 2011
3:03 pm

Enter your comments here

SSIgator

July 9th, 2011
3:09 pm

“From ‘Dream’ spring to nightmare summer”

And then there is this: Hines Ward Arrested For DUI In DeKalb County

They sure know how to carry on a proud tradition at UGA and life after.

Terry

July 9th, 2011
3:29 pm

Hines Wards DUI will not stand up in court.

Dawg '88

July 9th, 2011
4:05 pm

Its a nightmare summer now because an injured lineman (Benedict) and an ineligible running back are gone? Come on….we weren’t going to be able to count on Benedict and King has always been a question mark. Fans wanted to see guys weeded out who couldn’t produce or to be reliable…well maybe its for the best. No drama during the season like last year now with King and Benedict will probably never play significant time anywhere he is. Its not a nightmare…its called attrition. And maybe we should say addition by subtraction too. Everyone would have b & m if Crowell was not the feature back anyway and most UGA fans didn’t know Benedict was even on the roster. And don’t lump in a boneheaded former player (Hines)…he is not UGA’s responsibility…he’s supposedly an adult…HA!

kerryb

July 9th, 2011
4:13 pm

Terry, tell me how his DUI won’t stand? It’s apparently his second time in 5 years. The last time they reduced it to a reckless driving charge. I’m a Dawg fan and I’m a Hines Ward fan but, don’t insult my intelligence with this stupid texting excuse.

Dawg '88

July 9th, 2011
4:20 pm

SSIGator….don’t even start…clueless jorts lover!

How about that lovely exodus you’re having this summer. And let’s not forget that Uf lets a player who threatened to kill his girlfriend play in the UGA game just to win it after being suspended all year

Now cornerback Janoris Jenkins has been officially booted from the team in the wake of his second marijuana arrest in four months. Also, there have been at least 24 instances where a Gators player faced misdemeanor or felony hharges for a crime (source…Orlando Sentinel…one of Uf’s state papers). You also once had that lovely innocent sCam Newton. Don’t forget the “hypothetical” jerseys selling former Gator Channing Crowder. Should I go on?

Get out of here loser…you live in Ga…go back to Florida you love them so much! Bandwagon fan is exactly what you are….bet you don’t know 10 players names at Uf?

ugakev

July 9th, 2011
4:26 pm

Georgia has not had an arrest so AJC wants to put in big letters that a former UGA player gets a DUI like it has something to do with the current team. Hines Ward never even played for Richt. Hines Ward has nothing to do with the current Georgia team. So keep reaching for something trolls because Georgia still has ZERO arrest this year.

AltamahaDawg

July 9th, 2011
4:26 pm

except that Beast, you didnt disagree with what i said.

The fact that he has been at his job longer at this school, than others have at thier , does not mean they don’t have more time, diversity, and expereince. You saw me explain the relativity. was I wrong?

And I believe I have said that its not our place to pay for his education, but that is the choice we made.

You can’t PAY somebody to just have experiences they don”t have. As I have stated many times, Alabama’s recent hire was what folks should do, let somebody else pay for it.

AltamahaDawg

July 9th, 2011
4:36 pm

But excellent point that Bowden would have been a big help. Frankly, him, and others is why things didnt completely unravel yet.

i know some think they have, but i am positive they coudl be much worse. Like infighting, and bgetting blown out of games last year. they stayed relatively united.

Still@theBAR

July 9th, 2011
4:36 pm

23 years old and still has not Graduated college. He is in Housing? With all the help he still has not graduated? What a moron.

Hunker Down

July 9th, 2011
4:40 pm

The Dawgs suffer more attrition during the summer months than the fall. What gives?

FLA DAWG

July 9th, 2011
4:40 pm

If Spurrier had been hired a year ago he would make Muschamp look like a lost little boy on the sidelines this season. He’d have taken him to school and we’d beat Florida as often as they now beat us.
Or do you have some illusion we will beat them this year!?

Dawg Nation may hate him and the reverse may be true but think what that football genius could have done with our talent.

chazzo

July 9th, 2011
4:42 pm

Loyal Dawg,

We are in agreement. I said he deserved a shot. He shouldn’t have been allowed to hang around as long as he has. I agree with all the anti-hand holding posts on this thread. I do take issue with some of the harsher statements regarding intelligence and so forth. Not everyone is cut out for college. For some it comes natural. For some, like me, it can be a fight and a drudge.

I am a Richt supporter, but I am realistically critical about the prolonged chances some of the athletes and coaches have gotten.

Beast from the East

July 9th, 2011
4:45 pm

Altamaha,
I agree with most of what you said. My main point is there is no learning curve when we’re talking about the salaries involved. They can either cut it or they can’t. It’s a dog eat dog world (no pun intended). While no sensible person can argue about Richt’s character, I’m afraid he will never get you guys to the next level (BCS title) and that’s the kind of salary he is getting paid.
No sense in debating this season as no one’s going to part ways with a HC in July unless they did something really stupid to embarass the university. But I think the powers that be need to really decide what goals they have for the football program besides being competitive and a revenue machine. Many of the folks seem to being growing disastified now that Auburn, Bama, LSU, UF and UT have all won BCS titles.

Still@theBAR

July 9th, 2011
4:47 pm

chazzo
July 9th, 2011
Not everyone is cut out for college. For some it comes natural.
Then why are all the Stupid Athlete students allow to occupy a seat and dorm space at any college? College athletes get way too much special attention regular students don’t get and it is not fair. Many players shouldn’t have a chance at college much less a valuable Scholarship.

FLA DAWG

July 9th, 2011
4:48 pm

Beast,

I agree.
It’ll be decided this season.

Still@theBAR

July 9th, 2011
5:03 pm

Too Funny. I just went and looked at the titles of Bill’s Blogs over the summer. There was so much promise at the start and not is seems to have come full circle. Is it time to start saying Wait Til Next Year(2012) for real now?

chazzo

July 9th, 2011
5:03 pm

Bar and FL Dawg:

Believe me, I agree with you. I don’t with the part about stupidity. I have never met Caleb King. I have never met the players in general that you are hypothetically talking about. I really would be talking out of my rearend if I called him stupid. My point is that not everyone who can’t hack the college academics is stupid. That is all I was trying to say. The conversation is much more interesting if we do not lump every college athlete into a stereotypical mold.

Though I think your question is hypothetical, I will answer. Poor academic students are given an opportunity because their athletic ability may earn the university big bucks and prestige, keeping all the booster-types (aka those blasting king and/or Richt on this thread) happy.

I think it should all come down to academics. I think it should all be about college pride. I think so for all the reasons you have mentioned and many more. But, having that discussion around here is like wearing a pork chop necklace to a Pitbull fight.

chazzo

July 9th, 2011
5:06 pm

PS. I meant i.e. not aka. And, all that aside, the system being what it is, there are a lot of players who make good on the deal.

Beast from the East

July 9th, 2011
5:06 pm

FLA DAWG,
I agree with you about Spurrier. He accomplished things at Duke and UF that no one had ever done before. Now he’s done that at USC and appears to be looking to build on that. He may be quirky and ruffle some feathers, but he’s a heckuva ball coach. The Gator Nation will be forever grateful for what he did for the program. Who knows……we could still be looked at like Kentucky if not for him.

Still@theBAR

July 9th, 2011
5:12 pm

chazzo
not every college player but MOST football players at SEC schools fit the mold of dumb as a box of rocks. If SEC schools didn’t offer the easy majors most Starting players would never pass classes even with all the help. There are not many SEC football players living the NCAA commercial of ” I’ll be going Pro in something other than sports.” These players don’t even consider not going to the NFL until it is too late to get a real good education and degree.

SSIgator

July 9th, 2011
5:18 pm

Time for another episode of Mr. Richt’s Neighborhood

It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood
A beautiful day for a neighbor
Would you be mine
Could you be mine
Won’t you be my neighbor

Oh look, here comes Mr. McFeely the postman with a package. Uh, oh. It is a notice from the remedial education department. Hummm. It says that Caleb Queen will not be able to play this year. Dang kid. How did he lose the answer sheet we gave him for the test? Oh well, this will give me more wiggle room when the season falls apart and they are calling for me to be fired. I can’t help it if if ours players are not very bright. I only recruit them. Oh well, enough of that. What should we do today kids? I have a good idea. Let’s go swimming! It will help take our minds off of this football thing.

You can't hold me back

July 9th, 2011
5:55 pm

so i guess no one cares about the guy as a person just what he can do for you on the field. A place where most of you have never been and couldn’t compete if you were there…
Best of luck with the rest of your life Caleb. I am one fan that doesn’t turn my back on any dawg!!!

not impressed with Crowell

July 9th, 2011
6:04 pm

Ken Malcome was being counted on way before this came out. Might as well move Crowell to a wr position now. Watching film on him shows a lot of quickness against HS kids which won’t transfer to the college ranks, and he runs standing up. If he stays at RB ya’ll be crying about waiting until next year all over again.

Still@theBAR

July 9th, 2011
6:04 pm

I doubt Caleb is smart enough to know calling him Queen to his face would be an insult

Terry

July 9th, 2011
6:21 pm

kerryb, You are the one who is stupid if you thing he will be found guilt,they have to prove he was DUI, and I did not see one place that he amitted to, or had a Blood Alcohol Test, without that the Officer has the bruden of proof, just like the Braves pitcher remember.

Still@theBAR

July 9th, 2011
6:23 pm

Hines Ward is just like Joe Hamilton I guess.

shane#1

July 9th, 2011
6:40 pm

Thomas Brown is in the weight room. Just put a walk on’s jersey on him and sneak him out on the field. I won’t tell if ya’ll don’t.

intheknow

July 9th, 2011
6:52 pm

Rumor has it that Florida is looking to bring in Mike Price to teach ethics to the team. You Bama fans remember him don’t you? He was your can’t miss coach who showed up and drank himself out of a job.He also was known to hang out at all the strip clubs with his players.A great hire at Bama….or was that just a nightmare…..I don’t think so…

Still@theBAR

July 9th, 2011
6:57 pm

Didn’t mike Price tutor Damon Evans too?

Still@theBAR

July 9th, 2011
7:01 pm

Life has been going down hill at UGA ever since the day they screwed Vince Dooley and replaced him with Damon Evans.

DawgVoiceofReason

July 9th, 2011
7:03 pm

Yes, Spurrier has done things at USC that no one has ever done before, like get blown out by Auburn in the SEC championship game 56-17. Yeah, I don’t believe anyone had ever hung 50 on him in that game before. Although, as I recall, Nebraska hung 50 on him in the NC game some years ago.

And, yes, I know all about the rest of Spurrier’s college and pro careers, both coaching and playing. So, please don’t reply trying to educate me on any of that.

allwehaveishope

July 9th, 2011
7:13 pm

ESPNU replayed the 2011 HS All Star game that Crowell attended and played in. He did not impress when he was in the game. Only made a few yards and was somewhat undersized compared to Lattimore of SC. Crowell didn’t look any better than King or ealey and looked more like ealey than king. I don’t see what all the hype is on this kid. The guy that did impress on D was SC’s Clowny. He’s going to wreak havoc on GA’s OL.

With all thats gone wrong to date w/players leaving and injuries, plus possible pending NCAA infractions w/starting LB JJ the upcoming season looms dismal.

tell me again

July 9th, 2011
7:14 pm

You dumb GT fans – coming on OUR board and talking about dumb football players? I think a school who has a QB throw a game away because he can’t count to four is the epitome of a dumb player factory – so much for your “Our players have to smart to even get in” argument.

RedandBlackDAWG

July 9th, 2011
7:25 pm

If you starve a fire it dies,

If you don’t know what the term means, “troll” refers to an online personality that uses his/her anonymity to “bait” users or turn valid discussions into full-blown arguments.

PT

July 9th, 2011
7:26 pm

Bill, if you were putting your hopes and dreams on the backs of Ealey and King, you were in for a very disappointing season. You would best be served by putting your faith in those with a passionate heart and character. A clean house is in good ordor.

Delbert D.

July 9th, 2011
7:44 pm

From earlier today: “How many players at FSU during MRs stay took Calculus 1.”

Yeah, they probably wouldn’t even be able to turn the thing on.

GR82BAG8R

July 9th, 2011
7:53 pm

tell me again, the AJC has already reported that Tech’s football players have the highest SAT scores of any public university in the country. You can’t argue with that as unbiased yardstick to indicate some measure of intellectual acuity.
Whether that translates into ability to perform on the footbal field is another topic – - even if the sideline marker is showing 3 when it should be showing 4.
All that aside, until Tech wins another bowl game – - any bowl game – - Tech’s fans have no business needling UGA.

wreckmaniac

July 9th, 2011
7:55 pm

What this really represents is a huge failure of the UGA academic program. But no one cares about that . The only concern is what impact this has on a medicore team’s football season. Sad, really.

GR82BAG8R

July 9th, 2011
7:57 pm

King being declared ineligible at this stage is a reflection on him, not UGA. He is mature enough to know where to get help. He has been around long enough to know what is expected. Not taking advantage of that help shows he simply did not care.

Dawg'88

July 9th, 2011
8:00 pm

Noticed SSI didn’t respond to my post.

Ignorant Jorts Wearer!

GR82BAG8R

July 9th, 2011
8:05 pm

Dog’88, does this help:
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58 Nick Alajajian C 6′ 4″ 295 RSO 1L Naples/Naples
89 Stephen Alli WR 6′ 5″ 220 RSO 1L Toronto, ON/Proctor Academy
48 Neiron Ball LB 6′ 2″ 222 SO 1L Jackson, Ga./Jackson
38 Phillip Bellino RB 5′ 11″ 195 SO SQ Boca Raton/Pope John Paul II (Santa Fe)
31 Brian Biada CB 5′ 8″ 170 SR SQ Naples/Gulf Coast
52 Jonathan Bostic LB 6′ 1″ 238 JR 2L Wellington/Palm Beach Central
12 John Brantley QB 6′ 3″ 220 RSR 3L Ocala/Trinity Catholic
8 Jeremy Brown CB 5′ 10″ 184 RJR 1L Orlando/Boone
33 Mack Brown RB 5′ 10″ 193 SO SQ Lithonia, Ga./King
98 Zack Brust K 6′ 1″ 168 SR 1L Jacksonville/Stanton College Prep
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8 Trey Burton RB 6′ 2″ 222 SO 1L Venice/Venice Senior H.S.
14 Chandler Carr QB 5′ 11″ 207 SO SQ Ponte Vedra Beach/Bolles
42 Blake Castillo RB 5′ 3″ 147 FR HS Orlando/Lake Highland Prep
32 Gerald Christian LB 6′ 3″ 232 SO 1L Palm Beach Gardens/William T. Dwyer
41 Kyle Christy P 6′ 3″ 189 FR HS Brownsburg, Ind./Brownsburg
7 Robert Clark WR 5′ 9″ 175 SO 1L Palm Beach Gardens/William T. Dwyer
34 Tim Clark S 5′ 10″ 184 RSO SQ Wellborn/Branford
47 John Crofoot K 5′ 11″ 150 RSO 1L Windemere/The First Academy
4 Andre Debose WR 5′ 11″ 180 RSO 1L Sanford/Seminole
2 Jeffery Demps RB 5′ 8″ 181 SR 3L Winter Garden/South Lake
44 Jonathan Dornbush FB/LB 6′ 0″ 210 JR HS Ocala/Wildwood
16 Jeff Driskel QB 6′ 4″ 238 FR HS Oviedo/Hagerty
84 Quinton Dunbar WR 6′ 1″ 170 SO SQ Miami/Booker T. Washington
58 Dominique Easley DT 6′ 2″ 278 SO 1L Staten Island, N.Y./Curtis
22 Matt Elam S 5′ 10″ 199 SO 1L Palm Beach Gardens/William T. Dwyer
24 Josh Evans S 6′ 1″ 195 JR 2L Irvington, N.J./Irvington
46 Drew Ferris LS 6′ 1″ 207 RFR SQ Carlsbad, Calif./San Diego Jewish Academy
13 Dee Finley LB 6′ 2″ 219 JR 2L Auburn, Ala./Auburn
73 Sharrif Floyd DT 6′ 3″ 303 SO 1L Philadelphia, Pa./George Washington
63 Cole Gilliam G 6′ 4″ 332 RSO SQ Valrico/Durant
23 Mike Gillislee RB 5′ 11″ 198 JR 2L DeLand/DeLand
28 Deandre Goins RB 5′ 11″ 176 SO SQ Dunedin/Dunedin Senior High
75 Chaz Green T 6′ 5″ 289 RFR SQ Tampa/Tampa Catholic
96 William Green DE 6′ 4″ 245 SR 3L Hoover, Ala./Spain Park
54 Christopher Guido LS 6′ 1″ 230 RSO 1L Altamonte Springs/Lake Brantley
67 Jon Halapio T/G 6′ 3″ 303 RSO 1L St. Petersburg/St. Petersburg Catholic
85 Frankie Hammond, Jr. WR 6′ 1″ 176 RJR 2L Hollywood/Hallandale
50 Cody Hampton LS 5′ 11″ 210 SR SQ St. Petersburg/Boca Ciega
45 David Harding DB/WR 5′ 9″ 168 FR HS Coral Springs/Fort Lauderdale
72 Jonotthan Harrison G 6′ 3″ 300 RSO 1L Groveland/South Lake
82 Omarius Hines WR 6′ 2″ 211 RJR 2L Corsicana, Texas/Corsicana
6 Jaye Howard DT 6′ 3″ 302 RSR 3L Apopka/Jones
99 Omar Hunter NT 6′ 1″ 305 RJR 2L Buford, Ga./Buford
43 Jelani Jenkins LB 6′ 1″ 223 RSO 1L Olney, Md./Our Lady Good Counsel
36 Moses Jenkins CB 6′ 3″ 182 RSR 4L Ft. Lauderdale/Boyd H. Anderson
93 Kedric Johnson DE 6′ 4″ 225 RSO 1L Palmetto/Palmetto
20 Malcolm Jones DB 5′ 9″ 172 SO SQ Fleming Island/Fleming Island
49 Darrin Kitchens LB 6′ 2″ 218 SO 1L Homestead/Homestead
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81 A.C. Leonard TE 6′ 4″ 245 FR HS Jacksonville/University Christian
40 David Lerner P 6′ 0″ 199 SR SQ Gainesville/Buchholz
94 Gerry Marseille DE/LB 6′ 2″ 222 SO SQ Miami/Booker T. Washington
23 Chris Martin DE 6′ 4″ 240 RFR SQ Aurora, Colo./Grandview
34 Lerentee McCray DE 6′ 2″ 241 RJR 2L Ocala/Dunnellon
88 Michael McFarland TE 6′ 6″ 235 RFR SQ Tampa/Blake
30 Michael McNeely WR 5′ 8″ 165 FR HS Clearwater/Palm Harbor University
33 Minch Minchin LB 6′ 2″ 192 SR SQ Gainesville/Fla. Virtual School (Sante Fe)
10 Tyler Murphy QB 6′ 2″ 192 RFR SQ Wethersfield, Conn./Wethersfield
73 Xavier Nixon T 6′ 6″ 290 JR 2L Fayetteville, N.C./Jack Britt
91 Earl Okine DT 6′ 7″ 282 RJR 1L Gainesville/Gainesville
68 Leon Orr DT 6′ 5″ 315 RFR SQ New Port Richey/Gulf
18 Ryan Parrish QB 6′ 2″ 200 SO SQ Lakeland/Lakeland Christian
71 Matt Patchan T 6′ 6″ 292 RJR 2L Tampa/Armwood
83 Solomon Patton WR 5′ 9″ 175 SO 1L Mobile, Ala./Murphy
53 Scott Peek LB 6′ 2″ 214 RJR SQ Tampa/Freedom
97 Brad Phillips K 5′ 10″ 178 SO 1L Gainesville/Buchholz
86 Josh Postell TE 6′ 4″ 218 RJR 1L Atlanta, Ga./Therrell
7 Ronald Powell DE/LB 6′ 4″ 250 SO 1L Moreno Valley, Calif./Rancho Verde
17 Christian Provancha QB 6′ 6″ 206 SO SQ Cocoa/Cocoa Beach
3 Chris Rainey RB/WR 5′ 9″ 175 RSR 3L Lakeland/Lakeland
11 Jordan Reed TE 6′ 3″ 237 RSO 1L New London, Conn./New London
31 Cody Riggs CB 5′ 9″ 166 SO 1L Fort Lauderdale/St. Thomas Aquinas
50 Sam Robey C 6′ 3″ 302 RJR 2L Louisville, Ky./Trinity
37 Ben Sams RB 5′ 11″ 203 SO SQ St. Petersburg/St. Petersburg
37 Brandon Sanders CB 5′ 9″ 180 SO SQ Ocala/Carver
26 De’Ante Saunders CB 5′ 8″ 173 FR HS DeLand/DeLand
35 Jesse Schmitt FB 5′ 7″ 169 SO HS Palm Beach Gardens/Cardinal Newman
29 Solomon Schoonover WR 6′ 3″ 209 SR SQ Aventura/Hillel Community School
9 Joshua Shaw S 6′ 3″ 186 SO SQ Palmdale, Calif./Palmdale
77 Ian Silberman T 6′ 5″ 285 SO SQ Orange Park/Fleming Island
60 William Steinmann T 6′ 5″ 272 SR 2L Daytona Beach/Spruce Creek
19 Caleb Sturgis K 5′ 11″ 191 RS-JR 3L St. Augustine/St. Augustine
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51 Michael Taylor LB 6′ 0″ 217 RFR SQ Atlanta, Ga./Westlake
6 Deonte Thompson WR 6′ 0″ 200 RSR 3L Belle Glade/Glades Central
85 Lynden Trail DE 6′ 7″ 217 RFR SQ Miami/Booker T. Washington
95 Francisco Velez K 5′ 9″ 178 SO SQ Ocala/Trinity Catholic
14 Jaylen Watkins CB 5′ 11″ 183 SO 1L Cape Coral/Cape Coral
66 James Wilson G 6′ 4″ 324 RSR 2L St. Augustine/Nease
78 David Young G 6′ 4″ 304 RJR 1L Edwardsville, Ill./Edwardsville

Return to Glory

July 9th, 2011
8:07 pm

Ahhhhhh, another flop. We need to sign some players with at least half a brain.
Hate to see him go but he was not UGA material anyway..no commitment or heart

Antonio

July 9th, 2011
8:34 pm

Justin Scott Wesley has the speed and the size to play running back.

NOBODYYOUKNOW

July 9th, 2011
8:42 pm

99% of football and basketball players are big dumb idiots. Very few are good at academics. You put a pair of boxing gloves on one and he’ll knock your head off. Put a football in his hands and he’ll run over you. But not much good at anything else. Thats why most pro ball players lose every thing when they can no longer play. Its sad but true.

NOBODYYOUKNOW

July 9th, 2011
8:47 pm

GR82BAG8R, my friend you must have alot of spare time on your hands. Who ya thinks gonna read all that?

Still@theBAR

July 9th, 2011
8:52 pm

I know a student at UGA that has Caleb King’s coloring book from the last test he fail. He did stay inside the lines on almost 63% of the pages. They should have given him a passing grade. It is his senior year.