Georgia is one of the few in the nation where talented players consistently transfer out of, often leaving the greener pasture of Athens for more playing time elsewhere.
Stuck in the middle of two of the best defensive recruiting classes in Georgia history, Zion Logue fit that description; talented enough to play at most Power Five programs across the country. The 6-foot-5, 295-pound defensive lineman stuck around, though, and learned from the SEC’s best over the last three seasons.
Logue is now using that experience, albeit most of it from the practice field, to lead a young, largely untested defensive line group into battle.
There is no shortage of unsung playmakers for Georgia. Former walk-ons like Stetson Bennett and Dan Jackson, along with former 3-star recruits like Adonai Mitchell and Ladd McConkey, are all a big reason Georgia is the No. 1 team in the country at this point.
And veterans like Logue hope to once again end the season as the top team in the country.
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