Georgia Football: Six Stock Recommendations for Dawg Investors

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Oct 11, 2014; Columbia, MO, USA; Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell (26) runs the ball during the first half against the Missouri Tigers at Faurot Field. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports


With Justin Scott-Wesley nicked up and Malcolm Mitchell  the only other seasoned veteran wide receiver, investor worry makes the Georgia wide receivers  the most under-valued component of the offensive sector.

Reggie Davis enters the season healthy and benefits from two spring practices and three fall camps uninterrupted by injury, and the takeover impact of incoming freshman gives the wide receiver stock a great opportunity to gain value throughout the season.

There is risk with a wide receiver investment, primarily injury and the uncertainty at quarterback. But the risk is partially offset by the stable commodity of Georgia tight ends.

Georgia tight ends roll faceless through the Bulldog program, producing consistent revenue year after year. Not only are the tight ends a safe play in 2015, there is hidden value in the health of Jay Rome and the benefit to Jeb Blazevich of a year in strength and conditioning.

Investment recommendation. Buy shares of Receiver Stock, adding to the position on dips from quarterback and injury rumor.

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