May 18, 2006
Dawgs look to youth for O-Line depth
It shouldn't be too hard to find Georgia's back-up offensive tackles on the sidelines this fall. Currently, the Bulldogs have just four offensive tackles in the fold, giving Georgia head coach Mark Richt plenty to worry about with around two and a half months to go before preseason camp starts in August.
The Bulldogs signed seven offensive linemen in January with just one of them, January enrollee John Miller, being projected to play tackle. Miller's head-start on preseason camp barely got off the ground though when he underwent shoulder surgery in January that kept him out of spring practice.
Clifton Geathers committed to Georgia in March and is projected to play tackle, but hasn't signed his letter-of-intent with the Bulldogs yet, and could be headed to prep school so that he can qualify academically.
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