Paris Bostick out for season

June, 28, 2013
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ATHENS, Ga. –- Just two weeks after losing one freshman in the secondary for the 2013 football season, the Georgia Bulldogs will now be without safety Paris Bostick (Tampa, Fla./Plant) as well. The 6-foot-1, 217-pound freshman will redshirt this season after undergoing surgery to repair a chronic left great toe injury sustained in high school.

A full recovery is expected, according to Ron Courson, Georgia senior associate athletic director and director of sports medicine.

Cornerback Reggie Wilkerson (Citra, Fla./North Marion) who enrolled in January and went through spring camp, will also redshirt after undergoing surgery to repair an injury to his ACL two weeks ago. He hurt his knee while participating in voluntary pass coverage drills with his teammates in Athens.

Radi Nabulsi | email

Reporter, DawgNation

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