In light of current developments, you can read into this what you like.
It appears Georgia will have another option to kick, punt or just kick off this season.
Cameron Nizalek, who has kicked the past three years at Columbia in the Ivy League, said on his Twitter account that he will be a graduate transfer at Georgia this season. He will have a year of eligibility, and will be a walk-on.
Nizalek is expected to provide depth for the Bulldogs at all the kicking spots. A native of Chantilly, Va., he was mainly a punter at Columbia, though he also dabbled in field goals and kicking off. He was All-Ivy League honorable mention as a punter in 2015, his redshirt sophomore year.
Nizalek averaged 44.8 yards on 34 punts this past season, while another kicker punted 42 times, averaging 40.5 yards. Nizalek was not the primary kick-off man or field goal kicker for the Lions: He went 1-for-2 on field goals, and averaged 53.6 yards on five kickoffs.
I’ll simply say, welcome aboard, Cameron.