Murray Listed as #1 QB

ATHENS – Aaron Murray is one step closer to being the starting quarterback at Georgia.

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The Tampa native is listed as the number one quarterback coming out of spring football, according to a depth chart released by the football office this afternoon.

Murray has been in competition for the starting job along with Logan Gray, who is listed as number two on the released depth chart and Zach Mettenberger, who was dismissed from the team for violation of team rules.

Murray, a redshirt freshman, has never played in a game, and would be the first freshman to start at Georgia since Matthew Stafford in 2006. He would be the first opening-game starter to start as a freshman since David Greene in 2001.

It is not clear if Gray will continue to play quarterback in the fall if he does not win the starting spot. However, sources have confirmed that Gray was listed as the number two quarterback before Mettenberger was dismissed from the program. Gray has served as a punt return man and has also dabbled at wide receiver.

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