Georgia QB depth is becoming an issue Logan Gray weighing options cliffnotes: Georgia's depth at quarterback, already thin, could soon take another hit. Georgia spokesman Claude Felton confirmed on Monday night that Logan Gray, the only scholarship player behind No. 1 quarterback Aaron Murray, met with coach Mark Richt to discuss his future with the team. Murray, a freshman, ended spring practice as the No. 1 quarterback after Richt kicked Zach Mettenberger off the team for violating team rules. Richt previously suspended Mettenberger for one game after Mettenberger's arrest on alcohol charges. Gray played last season behind senior Joe Cox. Gray considered a position change after the 2009 season before remaining at quarterback for spring drills.