Xander Ogletree, after his last game as a Dawg - Scott Cunningham
FB Zander Ogletree will join his brother Alec in making the Capitol One Bowl his final game as a Dawg, although for a much more unfortunate reason.
Zander Ogletree had a solid career for Georgia, helping in special teams, as well as at FB. He was expected to compete for a starting spot with Merritt Hall, Quayvon Hicks, and others to be the lead blocker for Gurshall this fall. But due to unspecified medical reasons, he will no longer don the silver britches. The former Newnan High School player had 3 carries for 14 yards and a TD (vs Ole Miss), as well as 4 receptions for 25 yards out of the backfield this past season. He finishes his career with 7 carries for 37 yards, and one touchdown, 5 receptions for 32 yards, and 5 tackles.
We wish him the best of luck with his career after football, and most importantly with his health.