A promising member of the Bulldog secondary appears to be moving on.
Redshirt sophomore defender Divaad Wilson announced his intention to return closer to his south Florida home via social media today.
Change Is Inevitable and I want to personally thank my coaches and the fans as well.... Newt Checking Out ✌ pic.twitter.com/uT1s7cIZRU— Divaad "Newt" Wilson #LLP #LLJ (@NikemanNewt) July 20, 2020
Wilson started two games in 2019 and made his biggest impact with a clutch second half interception against Notre Dame. Wilson missed the Sugar Bowl due to injury, and was slated to join a competitive group of defensive backs in 2020. While the 6’0, 195 pound Wilson wasn’t the odds on favorite to start anywhere across the Bulldog defensive backfield, he was a solid veteran presence who likely would have seen significant action.
Here’s hoping Divaad finds a good situation closer to home. By my back-of-the-napkin calculations, this leaves Georgia with 89 scholarship players, four over the allowed 85. As a result we can expect a little more attrition over the coming weeks, so stay tuned. And...