Georgia has added a WR who can reportedly add depth immediately, and should already have a rapport with our QB. Dawsg247.com and Rusty Mansell tell us that Charlie Hegedus, who signed with North Carolina St two years ago and made 10 catches in 20 games over the last two seasons, is joining the Dawgs. The 6'2, 210 pound WR caught a TD vs North Carolina in his only start as a freshman, and played with Hutson Mason in high school. He had 69 catches for 1,156 yds and 12 TDs as a senior (in 2011, when Mason was in Athens as a sophomore though), and won the 100 meters for Region 5-AAAAA as a senior at Lassiter also. He's on campus now, as a walk-on, and as Mansell says in the linked article above, should be able to play right away. Coming on the heels of news freshman WR Gilbert Johnson didn't make the grade, and with perhaps, maybe, probably not a chance of Brendan Langley going back to DB, Hegedus could easily see the field a good bit this season.
The other story out of Butts-Mehre, kind of, is the conclusion of what will be done with the check cashing quartet. Uriah Lemay has transferred back home, where he will play for the Charlotte 49ers and WR coach Joe Tereshinski III. (The RB coach for the second year, joining Conference USA in 2015 school is former Georgia WR Damien Gary.) Tray Matthews is gone too. And the remaining DL James Deloach and Jon Taylor are facing "significant ... internal discipline". That's right, the University of Georgia is just handling this without suspending either DeLoach or Taylor for a game. Control is an illusion, Coach Richt. You infantile egomaniac.