April 26, 2007

Positional Breakdown: CB

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Questions heading
into spring

  • Will anyone push
    Bryan Evans for the top spot?

  • Can Ramarcus Brown
    earn the starting job back?

  • Will anyone pass
    Asher Allen at the nickel corner spot?


face="Verdana">Starter

size="2" face="Verdana">Paul Oliver size="2" face="Verdana">

Sr. 2006: 57 TAC, 2
Sacks, 6.5 TFLY, 6 PBU, 3 INT, 2 QBP. Career: 94 TAC, 3
Sacks, 8.5 TFLY, 8 PBU, 7 INT, 3 QBP


face="Verdana">Bryan Evans size="2" face="Verdana">

So. 2006: 26 TAC, 1
Sacks, 3 TFLY, 6 PBU, 2 QBP. Career: Same.


Backup

size="2" face="Verdana">Asher Allen size="2" face="Verdana">

So. 2006: 24 TAC,
1.5 TFLY, 1 QBP. Career: Same.


face="Verdana">Prince Miller size="2" face="Verdana">

So. 2006: 10 TAC.
Career: Same.


Reserve/Injured

size="2" face="Verdana">Ramarcus Brown size="2" face="Verdana">, href="cviewplayer.asp?Player=51959"> face="Verdana">Donovan Baldwin size="2" face="Verdana">, href="cviewplayer.asp?Player=23524"> face="Verdana">Thomas Flowers size="2" face="Verdana">.


Biggest surprise
of spring


Prince Miller. Miller came into spring camp as the
number three corner behind Bryan Evans and Ramarcus Brown
on one side. By the end of spring camp he was pushing for
the starting job and Brown was buried on the depth chart.
Miller may not have had the best G-Day performance, but
he was Georgia's most consistent corner this spring
despite only being a sophomore.



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