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The Bulldogs freshman hasn't gotten a lot of playing time yet.
Georgia Bulldogs freshman safety Josh Harvey-Clemons has not played as much as he might have hoped in his first season of college football, but he isn't letting that bother him. Harvey-Clemons and Jordan Jenkins were two of the top prospects in the class of 2012, and while Jenkins has flourished in his first season, Harvey-Clemons is still waiting for his chance to make an impact as a regular.
"It's just basically (that) God has me this way for a reason," Harvey-Clemons told the Macon Telegraph. "It's just me waiting on my turn. Right now for [Jenkins] to come in and play like that, it's his blessing. I just have to wait on mine."
Harvey-Clemons came into Georgia as a linebacker but was moved to the secondary by the Bulldogs' coaching staff. He has played primarily on special teams this season and has eight tackles in eight games played. Jenkins has 19 tackles.
The Bulldogs host Ole Miss on Saturday.