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Georgia Vs. Buffalo: Watts Dantzler's Versatility Helping Bulldogs

Georgia Bulldogs offensive lineman Watts Dantzler has been working at multiple positions during camp, and his versatility will help the team during the 2012 season.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution quotes:

"I actually took some snaps at center this summer," said Dantzler, a 6-foot-7, 320-pound sophomore from Dalton. "If they wanted me to I would do that but I don't think Boss would like it. Other than that I've played just about every position. And I think it's helped me. I'm very confident in the playbook and the calls."

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Watts has recently gotten work at both left tackle and guard. He was beaten out of the right tackle job by freshman John Theus.

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