Murray and Charles knew exactly where they would play at UGA, but does new commitment Paris Bostick?
Bostick is close to 6-feet 1-inch tall and he is weighing around 220 pounds. He recently camped at Georgia for Dawg Night and the Bulldog coaches worked him at safety, cornerback, and wide receiver.
What the Dawgs got in Bostick is an athlete. He plays both sides of the ball for Robert Weiner at Plant, but he definitely will play on the defensive side of the ball in Athens.
The question is not if he will play safety or corner, but will he play safety or grow into a linebacker?
Bostick plays like he has a chip on his shoulder. He is a very physical player, he has very good ball skills, and he loves to talk it up with the opponent.
What jumps out about Bostick is the quickness of his feet. He can re-direct well, he plays fast, but under control, and he really flies to the football.
He can close on the ball with the best defenders in the South and at safety, he shows very good range. He can play center field, but he can also cover if needed. He can tackle in the open field as well.
Scout currently ranks Bostick as the no. 34 safety in the country and that ranking could ascend in the near future. He is a top athlete that can so much and he is only going to better on the next level.
He does not have elite speed and he can tackle a little high at times, but he covers a lot of ground, he has receiver-like hands in the secondary, he plays fast, he can make plays in 1on1 situations, and he still has room to grow while maintaining his speed.
Georgia is two-for-two at Plant in recent years and Bostick looks like they could be three-for-three.