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Georgia head coach Mark Richt confirmed on Monday that defensive back Brendan Langley will be moving to wide receiver for the 2014 season. Per Ledger-Enquirer.com

Brendan Langley, who started four games last year at cornerback, is moving to receiver, head coach Mark Richt confirmed to Dawgs247.com on Monday.

Langley will be a sophomore this fall. He began last season as the starter, but was benched after the fourth game in favor of fellow freshman Shaq Wiggins. Langley finished the season with 12 tackles and two pass break-ups in nine games.
Langley, who played some receiver in high school is listed at 6-foot-1 and 181 pounds.
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our secondary is gonna suck
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Ok, so they lose a starter in Shaq Wiggins, the would be replacement in this guy, well how does that leave their secondary? Or will he still be part time DB as well as Full time WR?
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