The hits keep coming to the Georgia Bulldogs secondary. Just two weeks after it was announced that freshman Reggie Wilkerson would be missing the season due to a knee injury, the university is confirming that another freshman will be out for the year. Freshman safety Paris Bostick has undergone toe surgery that will end his season early.
Bostick will redshirt the season and have four years of eligibility remaining starting in 2014.
The injury for Bostick was suffered during his final year at Tampa Plant High School. Bostick wasn’t expected to play nearly as big of a role as Wilkerson was in 2013, but he may have had the opportunity due to the Wilkerson injury. Instead, he will get the full season to rehab his toe and get to 100 percent for next season.
Both of these injuries hurt the depth of the young Georgia secondary that was already looking to fill some leadership voids that were created by NFL departures, but knowing the Bulldogs program, they will find a way to put it all together and make things work.