UGA safety Bostick seeing reps at inside linebacker

Paris Bostick is back practicing for Georgia at a new position.

The freshman has moved from safety to inside linebacker, practicing on a limited basis.

Georgia announced in late June that the Tampa, Fla., product would miss the season after undergoing toe surgery, but the door is not closed on him playing this season.

Bostick, listed at 6-foot-1 and 217 pounds, wore a non-contact jersey Tuesday.

“He just got big,” coach Mark Richt said. “Kind of like [Alec] Ogletree.”

“With his size, I’m very excited to see what he can do because maybe he can help us in the middle,” cornerback Damian Swann said.

Bostick worked on the side with graduate assistant and former inside linebacker Christian Robinson early in practice.

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