"I told him he could continue to work the way he's been working, hit people the way he's been hitting them, and he'll end up going back and working at the Lotta Burger," Eason said. "If he listens and he works hard and he does the things we tell him to do, he can go back and buy the Lotta Burger."
Harris remains the starter at flanker, but the job still is up for grabs, Richt said Monday.
WALK-ON NO MORE: Running back Jason Johnson, a junior from Chicago, was given a scholarship this week after paying his way for the last two seasons. Johnson, a valuable special teams performer, had three carries for 44 yards last year.
"We know he can play tailback; we know he can fullback; he's played special teams," Richt said. "He's a very productive guy, just a guy who's a joy to give the aid to."