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Georgia has lost another freshman defensive back to injury.
Safety Paris Bostick from Tampa, Fla., will redshirt following surgery to repair a toe injury, according to the Athens Banner-Herald.
Freshman cornerback Reggie Wilkerson was recently lost for the season after he suffered an ACL injury during summer workouts.
Wilkerson was a January enrollee and had worked his way in tot he playing rotation.
Bostick wasn’t in line to play as big of a role this this fall, but any loss is significant in a secondary is already short on depth.
The 6-foot-1, 217-pound Bostick was a 3-star recruit out of Tampa (Fla.) Plant.
He had more than 20 offers but chose the Bulldogs over Arkansas.
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