The University of Georgia is trying to win and you can see that in the moves they made over the last two days.
Georgia landed former LSU tight end Arik Gilbert then turned around and landed former Clemson CB Darion Kendrick.
Georgia lost several studs in their secondary last year to the NFL but to add Kendrick is a monster move.
Cornerback Derion Kendrick, who was dismissed from the Clemson football team in February, is transferring to the Bulldogs.
Kendrick does not have a clean slate, he has several problems off the field. He has been arrested as well as had disciplinary sanctions from Clemson where he missed playing time.
The 6-foot, 190-pound Kendrick is in line to face his former team right out of the gates in the Sept. 4 opener in Charlotte against the Tigers.
The other player the UGA team is adding is Arik Gilbert. Gilbert is the No. 1 tight end and No. 6 prospect overall in the 2020 ESPN 300, is expected to enroll in summer classes at UGA later this month.