Quick hits: Signee J.J. Green says he’ll ‘be all over the field’ for Georgia

Georgia listed Camden County’s J.J. Green as an “athlete,” but he said he will be meeting with the receivers and coach Tony Ball. “I’m probably going to be all over the field,” said the 5-8, 171-pound Green. “I like it like that. It’s pretty cool. Just knowing your going to be out there just to ball. Be like a Brandon Boykin-type just going about your business.” … There was talk of sophomore Josh Harvey-Clemons impact on Wednesday but not specifics of where he might play on defense. “I would expect big things from him next year,” Grantham said. … Bobo said that Brendan Douglas from Aquinas High School in Augusta wasn’t recruited to play fullback. “He got kind of stereotyped at the fullback position, but we recruited him as a running back the whole time,” he said.

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Assistant Palmore won’t return to Georgia staff

by Marc Weiszer

Mark Fox will have a change to his Georgia men’s basketball coaching staff for the second straight offseason. Assistant coach Stacey Palmore will not return next... Full Story

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