Georgia LB Rennie Curran: The Most Dominant Defensive Player In The Game

Posted by Wes Holtzclaw on August-16-2009 Add Comments

If Rennie Curran has done one thing since he stepped foot on the Georgia campus in Athens, its make plays.

He has literally been a tackling machine on the Dawgs defense since 2007.

The 5′11″ 222-pound linebacker has a combination of speed and power that makes opposing offenses cringe.

They know that if they want to get any yards on a certain play they need to have No. 35  blocked.

Curran, a junior from Snellville, first played in 2007 as a true freshman starting in five of the 11 games that he played. In his first start, against Florida, he totaled five tackles with two tackles for a loss.

He ended his freshman campaign with 53 tackles, nine tackles for loss, and three sa...

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