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Post Logan Gray to play his final season elsewhere

Tuesday February 1, 2011

Taking advantage of an NCAA rule that allows postgraduates to play their final season at another school, Georgia receiver Logan Gray will transfer after he graduates this semester. Gray, a 4th year junior from Missouri, will presumably look for a graduate school closer to home. Gray has served as a returner, a backup quarterback, and finally got to try his hand as a receiver during his junior season. We wish him the best of luck.

Gray moved from quarterback to receiver in 2010 and saw limited action hauling in nine catches for 105 yards and one touchdown. Though still relatively inexperienced at receiver, only three returning players (and just two wide receivers) had more receptions in 2010. His departure does free up another scholarship in 2011, but it also leaves the receiver position even more thin than it was.

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