Bulldogs’ recruiting director role could change

A change on Georgia’s recruiting support staff has come as the Bulldogs’ football camps get cranked up this week.

With Darryl Jones no longer director of on-campus recruiting, recruiting assistant Ben Brandenburg has taken on the majority of the increased workload. Georgia coach Mark Richt said football operations director Brad Hutcherson has experience running the camps.

“If there’s a good time in the year to make a change, it’s now,” Richt said. “With the camps coming up, we’ve got all the camps covered.”

Jones’ replacement may not have the same duties as Jones.

“Not 100 percent sure on that,” Richt said. “We’re going to look at our recruiting system and just try to do what’s best. There could be a change in how we structure things, possibly. We’re going to be discussing that actually this afternoon.”

Jones resigned to pursue other opportunities after two years with the program.

“We’ll find somebody that will do a great job for us,” he said.

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