UGA vs. UF

Georgia free safety Johnathan Abram (25) runs the ball after a blocked kick during an NCAA college football game against the University of Florida, on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015, at the EverBank Field, in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo/Taylor Carpenter)

On Thursday, Georgia football told Johnathan Abram it wants him back.

The team offered the junior college defensive back a scholarship just four months after he left the program. Abram transferred from the Bulldogs in December in the wake of Mark Richt’s firing and the decision not to retain defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt.

Now the team has offered him for the second time, certainly an unusual occurrence in today’s college football.

Abram was a two-star prospect pretty much across the board when he came out of high school as part of the Class of 2015. He also had offers from a few other major Division I schools, including Ole Miss.

The 6-foot-1, 200 pound prospect has several offers this time around from teams such as Alabama, the Richt-led Miami Hurricanes, South Carolina and Arizona State.

Abram is now at Jones County Junior College in Mississippi, and hails from Columbia, Mississippi.