ATHENS, Ga. -- Two more Georgia football recruits will not
be able to enroll this fall for academic reasons.
Corey Moon and Jamar Bryant are the fourth and fifth of
Georgia's 19 signees whose academics prevent them from being on the
team. Another, safety Antavious Coates, injured a knee last month
and is sidelined for the entire season.
Moon, a defensive end, said he did not score
high enough on the SAT and will enroll at Virginia's Hargrave
Bryant, who is from Hamlet, N.C., failed to qualify
for admission to Georgia in 2004 and spent the last year at
Hargrave. With his academic situation still unresolved a month
before fall camp begins, Bryant decided to enroll at East Carolina.