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Brandon Kublanow to begin fall camp as starting center

HOOVER, Ala. -- Junior Brandon Kublanow will open fall camp as the Georgia's center, head coach Mark Richt confirmed on Thursday.

Kublanow started all 13 games at guard a year ago and played in nine the year prior. With four returning starters on the offensive lineman, Richt said Kublanow, at 6-foot-3, 282 pounds, has a body typical for the center position.

However, it's not a move that is set in stone and could change once camp progresses.

“We’re not settled," Richt said. "Kublanow is a guy that’s played for us a bunch. You want some maturity at that position, some experience as far as playing-time experience. His body type works there, guards and centers are similar in stature. It makes good sense. We’re not 100 percent sure that’s how it’s going to end up but that’s how we’re going to start.”

With Kublanow opening fall camp at center, Isaiah Wynn is slated to run with the first team at left guard.