Georgia coaches target addition for 2012 

February, 7, 2012
Since the Bulldogs only signed 19 players last Wednesday and then dismissed three players a few days later, Georgia could really use some help filling out its remaining open scholarship positions. Of particular need are the defensive secondary and the receiving corps. With that in mind the Georgia coaches are looking around, and they have identified one potential target in running back and wide receiver Mario Alford (Greenville, Ga./Georgia Military College).

GMC assistant coach Joe Windon told DawgNation that the Georgia coaches “made contact with him and they are starting the process.”

“They are talking to me,” Alford said. “They told me they are interested in me. They are going to my spring game and we are going to go from there. I like Georgia. Two of my boys out of high school signed with them, Kenarious Gates and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, so I am real interested.”
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