UGA hopes OG Josh Cardiello secures spot 

March, 3, 2012
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If there was any doubt that the Georgia Bulldogs are in great need of offensive linemen for the 2013 class, it was erased after Josh Cardiello (Buford, Ga.) finished up his visit Saturday to Athens. The 6-foot-3, 285-pound prospect was told firsthand that the Bulldogs are hoping to fill his position as soon as possible.

“Coach [Will] Friend talked with me about how he wants to take two to three interior offensive linemen and he really wants me to be one of them,” Cardiello said. “He said for me to make sure I keep updated on where things stand because he did not want me to wait too long and then not have the opportunity to play here.”
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