2007 Fall Camp: Day Ten News and Notes

ATHENS - Josh Kendall's news and notes from Georgia's fall camp.

ANOTHER MOVE: Kiante Tripp may not be the only defensive end Georgia lost Tuesday. Jarius Wynn, the junior transfer from GMC, is beginning to learn defensive tackle, the inside position on the line.

"We're cross training him," Garner said. "It's a chance to make us more athletic."

CONFIRMATION: Brandon Miller's move back to strongside linebacker got a little more official Tuesday.

"Brandon really has played more Sam lately," Richt said. "If it happened today, we'd probably play (Dannell) Ellerbe at (middle) and Miller at (strong side). He is the guy who is physically dominant. He quite frankly is throwing our tight ends around. Brandon is thrashing everybody right now."

Miller is taking the new move in stride.

"I had a good time learning" middle linebacker, he said. "There may come a time when I have to move back and play (middle) so if I do, now I'm more equipped."

INJURY UPDATE: Redshirt freshman safety Reshad Jones expects to be back full speed at practice today or Thursday. He has missed the last two days due to a bruised knee. Even missing two days is tough on Jones, who is struggling to master Georgia's defensive schemes, defensive coordinator Willie Martinez said.

"There's so much information thrown at us during the fall," Jones said. "I'm really on the sideline watching and learning, just trying to learn everything I can while I'm out."

FREE RIDE: Safety Drew Williams and linebacker Chris Gaunder were awarded scholarships this week, joining long-snapper Jeff Henson as former walk-ons getting a year of college free.

"We were able to help three young men who have been busting their tails for us," Richt said.

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