Logan Gray to Stay with Georgia, Will Work Out at Receiver

Logan GrayJunior quarterback Logan Gray has decided to remain with the Georgia Bulldogs, the UGA Athletic Association announced today.

Logan Gray, currently second on the depth chart behind redshirt freshman Aaron Murray, was considering a transfer from Georgia in search of more playing time.

According to the release, Gray is looking forward to working out at wide receiver. There is no mention of a complete position change, so Gray may play both.

This is good news as the exit of Logan Gray would have left the Bulldogs with only a true freshman and walk-on quarterbacks as backups.

From the UGA release:

“I have decided to stay at the University of Georgia because I truly do love being a Georgia Bulldog,” said Gray. “I want to be a part of this team getting back to the SEC Championship game and winning it. I’m also looking forward to getting some work at receiver and am going to work hard to make the best out of my opportunity at this position as well. I appreciate Coach (Mark) Richt’s patience while I made this decision and his helpful advice. Now, I want to put all of this behind me and focus on getting to work on preparations for next season at UGA.”

“I’m extremely pleased that Logan has decided to remain a Bulldog,” said Richt. “He’s an outstanding player and a great person as well. We’re fortunate to have him and he’ll be an important part of our team over the next two years.”

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