Jamar Bryant was one of the top athletes in the Class of 2004 for the Georgia Bulldogs. He failed to qualify coming out of high school, and spent a year at Hargrave Military Academy. Now, he will join the Bulldogs with the Class of 2005.
"He made it," said Hargrave Head Coach Robert Prunty. "He's good
Jamar Bryant played wide receiver at Hargrave befor hurting his ribs last year
missing the rest of the season. He played quarterback in high school, and he
could end up at safety at Georgia.
At either wide receiver or safety, Bryant is expected to be an impact player
before his season is over, and he has the ability to hit the depth chart early
for the University of Georgia in the 2005 Campaign.
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