Coaches' take: J.J. Green 

January, 29, 2013
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia’s coaching staff hasn’t minded recruiting the occasional shifty, undersized utility player through the years -- and it looks like that’s what it's getting in J.J. Green.

The 5-foot-8, 171-pound early enrollee won’t be the first player Mark Richt’s staff wants getting off the bus, but he fits the mold of the Mikey Hendersons, Rantavious Wootens and Carlton Thomases who wound up contributing offensively despite a lack of prototypical size.

That was certainly the case at Camden County (Ga.) High School, where Green became coach Jeff Herron’s very first four-year starter.
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