QUAYVON HICKS RUMORS

The incredible bulk: Georgia's new running back weighs 260-pounds

Following the devastating injury to sophomore running back Nick Chubb, Georgia was forced to shift around personnel in an effort to replace the outstanding production of its star back. That's where Quayvon Hicks comes in. Shifting the team's 260-pound fullback to running back in preparation for Missouri won't be a one-time gimmick used only for short yardage or goal line packages...
Via Fox Sports
October 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Georgia Recruiting: 2015 TE Chris Clark is on Georgia’s Radar

With the news that former starting fullback Quayvon Hicks would make the move to tight end, in light of Jay Rome’s injury keeping him out of action, the Bulldogs will enter the spring practice session with zero starting experience at that…Read more →
Via The Lady Sportswriter
March 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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