Dawgs engineer good visit for 2013 OL 

February, 2, 2012
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Despite signing three new offensive linemen yesterday, Georgia still has not addressed its lack of depth on the line. The Bulldogs’ coaches are looking to the 2013 class for help already.

This past Saturday, Georgia hosted a top in-state lineman at the Bulldogs' first Junior Day of the year.

“It was a pretty good experience, considering it was my first junior day,” Delando Crooks (Atlanta/Carver) said. “I got to see the campus and what is was like.”

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