Running back prospect Reshard Dudley told UGASports.com on Monday that he will go to Butler County (Kansas) Community College this fall because he didn't academically qualify for admission into UGA this fall.
Dudley said he did not get a qualifying SAT score and found out about a month ago. He plans to play two seasons at Butler Community College, which turned out Auburn star Rudi Johnson two years ago.
Dudley signed with the Dawgs in January and picked UGA over Florida, Florida State and Miami, among other Division I-A programs. Dudley played only two full games as a senior at Marianna High in Florida before breaking his ankle in the third game.
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"I plan on signing with Georgia again when I qualify," Dudley said. "I might take some other visits, but Georgia is definitely No. 1 on my list. The Georgia coaches have told me they wanted me to come back."