"I'm not sure whether we'll pull the trigger there or not, but he's working there," Richt said. "Knowshon will do anything you ask him to do. We're trying to get our best players across the board at any position, including special teams, and he has an aptitude for it."
Allen returned kicks for the Bulldogs last season, and is unlikely to fill both rolls this year, Richt said.
Like Moreno, Gray may play a key role on offense this season, too. Former Bulldogs quarterback Joe Tereshinski played on special teams as a punt returner early in his career, but Georgia carried four quarterbacks at the time. Gray's elevated spot on the depth chart makes his use on special teams a bit more risky.
"A guy in those positions could get banged up to where he can't play QB, and that would be scary, but I think we've just got to let him play right now," Richt said.
In addition to punt return duties, Richt said Gray is also working out as the gunner on punt coverage and safety on kickoffs.
"Logan wants to help us win," Richt said. "He just wants to play."