No change at top for DB Paris Bostick 

July, 14, 2012
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Head coach Robert Weiner has built the Tampa Bay-area Plant High program into a powerhouse, and the University of Georgia has reaped the benefits of their success -- with quarterback Aaron Murray and tight end Orson Charles both signing and starring for the Bulldogs during the last three years. Georgia is in the mix with yet another Plant standout, and he was in Athens Friday for Dawg Night.

The Plant Panthers went 14-1 last season, winning the Class 8A championship in Florida. Safety Paris Bostick (Tampa/Plant) played a big role, with 63 tackles, one sack and three interceptions as a junior.

Double-digit schools have offered the 6-foot-1, 217-pound prospect, including the Bulldogs. Bostick camped at Georgia last year, and this year after making several plays at safety, Bostick showed his versatility by lining up at wide receiver and catching a few passes.

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