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Georgia defensive end Ray Drew says he is improving after switching positions.
Georgia Bulldogs sophomore defensive end Ray Drew is making strides and told the Athens Banner-Herald this week that he is improving. Drew has five tackles this season in part-time duty, and has seen his playing time differ in each game. He said things are going well after making the transition from outside linebacker:
"With school, football and everything altogether, everything is going great. I feel myself getting stronger and becoming a better player.
"Things vary from week to week. We look at the offense we're going against and we install different things. We try to plan for that offense. Each week it changes, and that is the biggest challenge with learning this defense."
Drew did play defensive end in high school, which has surely helped the transition:
"Since I've come in, since I've changed positions, and up to this point, I'm more comfortable with the plays and knowing what to do."
Georgia hosts Tennessee on Saturday.