Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Georgia Offers Hutson Mason: A Sign of Gray Moving to Receiver?

The AJC is reporting that Georgia has offered a scholarship to Lassiter quarterback Hutson Mason. Mason led Lassiter to a 12-1 record and an appearance in the state quarterfinals. He set the single season Georgia state record for passing yards and touchdowns this year, throwing for over 4500 yards and 54 touchdowns. Mason has scholarships to other programs including Iowa and Virginia, but it looks like he was waiting on the offer from Georgia.

It originally looked like Georgia would not offer scholarships to any quarterbacks this year, with 3 quarterbacks on the roster for the '10 season. The news of the offer to Mason today coincides with rumors that sophomore quarterback Logan Gray will be moving to wide receiver in the spring. If Gray moves to receiver, the quarterback job will most likely fall to Aaron Murray (who I expect would win the job out of spring from Gray anyway).

2 comments:

MT said...

+ the offer to the Carver-Columbus QB. We're definitely adding a QB to this class.

If we don't have more spread looks next year, we have some dead minds on the offensive side. Charles, Murray, Gray, Green, M Brown...

I'd be interested in looking back at some Charlie Ward tapes and seeing how different the FSU offense was with him vs other QBs

Bubba said...

Only problem there is that the person that called plays while Charlie Ward was FSU's QB is coaching Clemson's offensive line.