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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Back to Where He Started

With John Knox headed elsewhere and Quintin Banks still recovering from a nagging knee injury, the depth at safety ended up a bit thinner than anticipated this summer. So while Nick Williams was one of Georgia's breakout players this spring at linebacker, it now appears he's made the official move back to safety, where he began his career a year ago.

"They're moving him back to safety for now, and he's a high-energy guy, so anywhere he goes he'll make an impact," said Darryl Gamble, one of Williams' close friends and former high school teammate. "He's strong from working out with the linebackers so I think that'll give us a step back into the past with the hard-hitting safeties. And if he knows what's going on in front of him, I think that will help him more of knowing what to do back there."

1 comment:

IveyLeaguer said...

The best thing that could possibly happen to the Defense is for Williams to beat out Reshad Jones at SS, giving Evans and Williams most of the snaps, with Jones spelling Williams, at best.

Even better would be Rambo earning some of Jone's backup snaps, reducing his role even further.