Georgia Football: Which Bulldog Replaces Cornelius Washington?

Ross DurrenceCorrespondent IIOctober 4, 2011

Georgia Football: Which Bulldog Replaces Cornelius Washington?

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    Coming off the best game of his career, Cornelius Washington was seen as a completely different player than in the first few games.

    He attacked, got to the quarterback and was flying around the field.

    That was, however, before he was arrested on a DUI charge early Sunday morning.

    Corn Wash will be sitting the next two games for Georgia as they enter a crucial stretch to keep their SEC East hopes alive.

    Let's take a look at who Todd Grantham will look to in replacing Washington.

Ray Drew

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    Freshman, 6'5" 263 lbs

    The Pastor of Disaster. The Minister of Defense.

    Those are just some of the nicknames highly-touted recruit Ray Drew received prior to even stepping foot in Athens.

    He's played mostly in mop-up duty, but was one of the best high school players in the nation last season.

    The more snaps Drew gets, the better he'll get. Look for him to have a David Pollack-type impact by the time he learns how to play the collegiate game.

Chase Vasser

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    Sophomore, 6'3" 227 lbs

    Chase Vasser has started two games for the Dawgs in 2011, and moves great in space from the linebacker position.

    He's light, compared to the rest of UGA's linebacking corps, but is quick and has solid fundamentals.

Reuben Faloughi

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    Sophomore, 6'5" 255 lbs

    This former walk-on has had some valuable playing time this season and could prove to be the top option for Todd Grantham in replacing Cornelius Washington.

    Faloughi is tough kid. 

    Look for him to make the most of his opportunity against Tennessee and Vanderbilt.