Youth will be served.

David Hale’s most recent practice notes indicate that Richt wasn’t kidding when he indicated that the incoming skill position players need to anticipate action this season.

According to Hale, Green and King have cracked the two deep at split end and flanker, respectively.  Responding to Caleb King’s injury, Richard Samuel is leading the race to be the #2 tailback behind Moreno.

Granted, these are talented kids and the RB position behind Moreno is wide open from a depth standpoint.  That being said, for true freshmen to be moving up on the depth chart that rapidly tells me that Richt isn’t going to be complacent about deploying his resources this year.


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3 responses to “Youth will be served.

  1. dean

    That’s exciting and scary at the same time. I hope it says more about the talent and hard work of these freshman than it does the lack thereof from the “veterans”.


  2. Darryl Strawberry

    What i dont understand is why we are working AJ behind MoMass at split end.

    I mean, obviously a WR can play both SE and FL, but still…

    It would be nice if they worked him at a spot that he could step into as a starter.


  3. Hobnail_Boot

    Can we just call this the Knowshon/Crabtree effect?