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4438 posts

re: Rebuilding Year??
Jake Fromm(14 starts)
30 TD, 6 INT, 2749 yards

D'Andre Swift(5 starts)
1049 yards, 10 TD, 6.4 avg

Jeremiah Holloman(5 starts)
24 rec, 418 yards, 5 TD

Tyler Simmons(6 starts)
9 rec, 138 yards, 2 TD, 131 rushing yards, 2 TD

Demetrius Robertson(0 starts)
4 rushes, 109 yards, 1 TD(freshman AA @ California)

Charlie Woerner(2 starts)
11 rec, 148 yards,

LT:Andrew Thomas(13 starts)
LG:Solomon Kindley(14 starts)
C:Trey Hill(4 starts)
RG:Cade Mays(5 starts)
RT:Isiah Wilson(14 starts)

QB:Stetson Bennett(no action)
RB:Zamir White(5* Fr RB), James Cook(284 yd, 2 TD)
WR:Trey Blount(3 rec, 39 yards, 4*)
WR:Tommy Bush(4* rFR)
WR:Dominick Blaylock(5* FR)
TE:John Fitzpatrick(4* rFR)
LT:D.Marcus Hayes(played in 3 games)
LG:Jamaree Salyer(5*, played in 13 games)
C:Clay Webb(5* FR)
RG:Ben Cleveland(4 starts)
RT:Justin Shaffer(played in 12 games)


Julian Rochester(12 starts)
31 tackles, 2.5 for loss, 1.5 sacks

Jordan Davis(4 starts)
25 tackles, 1.5 for loss, 1.5 sacks

Tyler Clark(10 starts)
31 tackles, 4 for loss, 1 sacl

Brenton Cox(1 start)
20 tackles, 2 for loss, 1 sack

Adam Anderson(played in 14 games)
16 tackles, 2.5 for loss, 0.5 sacks

Monty Rice(5 starts)
59 tackles, 1.5 for loss, 1 sack, 1 FF

Channing Tindall(played in 14 games)
17 tackles, 3 for loss, 2 sacks

Tyson Campbell(11 starts)
45 tackles, 1 PBU, 1 FF

Eric Stokes(3 starts)
20 tackles, 9 PBU

Richard LeCounte(14 starts)
74 tackles, 2 FF, 1 INT, 3 PBU

JR Reed(14 starts)
66 tackles, 2 INT, 2 PBU, 1 sack

Tyrique McGhee(7 starts)
23 tackles, 1 INT, 2 PBU

N:Michael Barnett(14 games, 14 tackles)
DT:DeVonte Wyatt(14 games, 19 tackles, 1.5 sacks
DE:Malik Herring(14 games, 23 tackles, 3.5 for loss)
OLB:Walter Grant(8 starts, 21 tackles, 1 for loss)
OLB:Nolan Smith(5*, #1 recruit in nation)
MLB:Tae Crowder(5 starts, 6 TFL, 2 INT, 1.5 sacks)
MLB:Nakobe Dean(5* FR)
CB:Mark Webb(14 games, 14 tackles, 3 PBU)
CB:Divaad Wilson(1 game-Sugar Bowl, 1 PBU, 1 TFL
S:William Poole(8 games, 10 tackles, 1 for loss)
S:Christopher Smith(5 games, 4 tackles)
Star:Otis Reese(1 start, 13 tackles)


If that is a team that is rebuilding in any way, then there are 127 other teams in the nation that is rebuilding.

-8 players returning that started at least 5 games
-Heisman candidate at QB
-1000 yd rusher at RB, with 5* behind him
-Best receiver in last half of season back, a 6 game starter, and 2 5*
-Offensive line should be the best in the country, and the backups would probably be top 5 in the SEC

-7 starters returning that started at least 5 games
-Deepest and most talented d-line has been in years. Davis a FR AA.
-We will need someone to get sacks from the OLBs, but there are three 5* that will be vying for time, and a couple forgotten high 4*s. Plus one returning starter that will be passed on depth chart.
-Inside LBs should improve immensely. They are young, talented, and people need to stop trying to compare them to Roquan Smith. He is a once in a lifetime player. If any of these guys are 50% the player he is, then they are damn good.
-Gonna miss Baker at corner but two guys come back with a ton of experience as freshmen. Some talented young guys behind
-Both safeties are back, and they all started every game. Will probably be the best duo in the SEC. Also bring back McGhee, who started 7 games at the star spot.

-Kicker back.
-Punter back.
-Need returners.


This is the most talented team that Georgia has ever had. They have a ton of experience. There is a reason that most analysts have them as the 3rd best team heading into next season.

Should expect 12-0 and a potential Playoff birth in Atlanta against Bama.

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Georgia Fan
Cincinnati, OH
Member since Aug 2006
33838 posts

re: Rebuilding Year??
very odd take. we are loaded next year and better everywhere besides corner (solely because of deandre, but the talent is absurd) and receiver. playoffs or bust bebe

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