Who "favorites" a tweet like that anyway?
Gentry Estes is reporting that Johnson is dealing with a "recently discovered long-term medical issue." Georgia will likely place him on a medical redshirt, thereby allowing him to stay on scholarship while not counting against the 85 man limit.
Ugh.Losing Johnson would be another blow for a thin and inexperienced Georgia secondary that has dealt with attrition for various reasons for much of the past year.A former standout at Swainsboro (Ga.) High School, Johnson signed with UGA as a wide receiver earlier this year after a season of prep school. He switched to cornerback prior to the start of preseason practices. He earned a spot with the second-string and has played in each of Georgia's four games to this point, either on defense or special teams, totalling five tackles.