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Richt on Josh Harvey-Clemons ...
"He's looks slim, doesn't he?
"He's relatively stout on contact. Even though he looks thin and rangy, which he is ... but there's something about him when he strikes.
"Can he play some OLB? Yeah, we think so. Can he play some safety? Yeah, we think so too."
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Richt again says he could see defense "by committee" more this year, meaning more guys play, "especially up front."
Richt says top two guys on defense in terms of leadership are Swann and Garrison Smith
Keith Marshall and Brandon Harton (Richt didn't recall Harton's issue) are both expected back at practice after spring break, per Richt.
Richt says of J.J. Green, "right at this moment we need him to be there" at tailback, but says his role will be as a back/slot receiver rather than a wide receiver.
"We also want to see what he can do in special teams."
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Richt on Tony Ball turning down Tennessee ...
"I can tell you that I'm thrilled to death that he's still here. Tony's one of the best coaches I've been around. ... He's not taking anything for granted with these kids. He's going to teach them the fundamentals of playing that position from the grassroots of it. Every detail you can think of he's going to cover it."
Richt on Michael Bennett ...
"He's on track. He's doing great. He won't do anything this spring."
"We think he'll be full-speed ready to go," by preseason.
Richt again stresses, "Josh Harvey-Clemons is going to play some Sam (OLB)."
“But Todd, he’s like Keith, J.J. and Brendan but built into one. And that’s just not normal.” - Arthur Lynch
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