- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
Editor's note: This week we continue to clean out our notebook from Georgia's spring practices to tell the stories we didn't get to tell before the Bulldogs' G-Day game. Previously we featured fullback Quayvon Hicks, tight end Jay Rome, defensive end Ray Drew and safety Connor Norman. Today we recap a conversation with senior receiver Rantavious Wooten.
ATHENS, Ga. -- As the old man in Georgia’s receiving corps, Rantavious Wooten has developed the guile that accompanies on-field experience.
While he hopes to contribute in measurable ways this fall -- catches, receiving yards, touchdowns -- the fifth-year senior believes his intangible qualities will benefit the Bulldogs.