Future uncertain for juco trio 

November, 10, 2011
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Coming into the season, the Bulldogs had two commitments from the Georgia Military College in defensive end Jalen Fields and wide receiver Lonnie Outlaw. The Georgia coaches were also hot on the trail of linebacker Shannon Brown, who had recently transferred to GMC from East Mississippi Community College. The Bulldogs appeared poised to repeat their success of 2007 -- when defensive linemen Jarius Wynn, Corvey Irvin and offensive lineman Vince Vance all ended up in Athens -- but that will not be the case in 2012. Fields and Outlaw were initially projected to enroll in December in Athens, but word came today from Georgia Military College head coach Bert Williams that one of them is not headed to Georgia.

“Lonnie Outlaw will not attend UGA but will pursue other scholarship opportunities,” Williams said.

Coach Williams said there has been no official change in Fields’ status, but he did acknowledge that Fields would not be a December graduate. Fields’ spot could be filled by others on signing day, as the Bulldogs already have two committed defensive linemen.

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