Ramsey, Kublanow Work After Practice

No starter has been named at QB or C - so why were Brice Ramsey and Brandon Kublanow working after practice?

ATHENS - Mark Richt walked into a room of waiting media members Thursday evening and apologized for keeping everybody waiting. He had just come from “working on some QB-center exchange,” after practice.

He said it was the last time until preseason practices for Richt to get a chance to work on the field with Brandon Kublanow, who suddenly seems a real contender for the starting center spot.

“Give him something to work on in the offseason,” he said.

Richt worked with Kublanow and quarterback Brice Ramsey after practice.

“Brice had a couple of things that I thing he needed to correct in where he was placing his hand,” Richt said.

Isaiah Wynn has worked most spring as the No. 1 center and Hunter Long as the No. 2 center, but Kublanow this week shifted from left guard to gets reps at the spot.

“We don’t know who the center is going to be,” Richt said. “Kublanow is capable, Isaiah Wynn is capable, I think Hunter Long is capable right now. Are they game-ready right this second? Probably not. Hunter is probably the most able to handle all the calls and everything going on and snap the ball consistently right this second, but there’s a lot of time between now and then for everybody else to get better at the skills that they need to get better at.”

Richt said the snapping work should be better after summer 7-on-7 work. He said he’s not worried about Kublanow and Wynn’s ability to play guard or the changeup of Kublanow’s left-handed snaps.

“It’s just not settled yet,” he said.

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