Quick hits: Jarvis Jones says he’d ‘train to be No. 1′ pick

ORLANDO, Fla. — Junior linebacker Jarvis Jones hasn’t said yet that he’s leaving for the NFL, but if he does go as expected, he’d like to live up to the No. 1 ranking that ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper has for him. “If I decide to come out, I’m going to train to be No. 1,” he said. “I’m not just going to train to be in the top 10 or top five, I’m going to train to be the No. 1 draft pick.” … With nose guard John Jenkins (academics) out for the bowl game, only safety Shawn Williams and cornerback Damian Swann are poised to start every game this season for the defense. … Quarterback Aaron Murray’s parents and brother Josh, a former walk-on safety for the Bulldogs, attended practice Sunday.

Scott-Wesley emerges in win over Charleston Southern

by Marc Weiszer

More than 13 months since he last caught a pass in a football game, Justin Scott-Wesley’s reappearance as a playmaking wide receiver came Saturday on a first-quarter... Full Story

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