an air of superiority
Green, meanwhile, is projected as one of the most explosive players of the 2010 season. The 6-foot-4-inch, 207-pound junior shares the cover of a regional Sporting News preseason college football edition with Georgia Tech quarterback Josh Nesbitt. Many experts expect Green to be a top-10 pick in next year’s NFL draft. He’ll be joined in the Bulldogs’ receiving corps by former Georgia quarterback Logan Gray. Gray considered a transfer after coach Mark Richt named Murray the starter, but he decided to stay and play a new position: receiver. The 6-2, 192-pound junior from Missouri will remain as Murray’s backup — while shagging passes from him on Saturdays.
Flanker A.J. Green is a preseason All-American and potential top-10 NFL draft pick, but a running offense could prevail this season as Georgia looks to improve on a 8-5 record.