Georgia doesn't have any overwhelming needs in the secondary, but there are some intriguing prospects whom Georgia has offered.
Georgia could use some game-ready help at linebacker in the 2012 class, but early commitments to out-of-state programs have the Bulldogs playing catchup.
A veteran Georgia secondary has been as strong if not stronger than advertised, but the special teams have been surprisingly poor.
The Georgia linebackers got banged up early, but with just about everyone back this could be the unit to watch in the final half of the season.
Georgia addressed defensive line needs ealy in the 2012 recruiting cycle and got commitments from some of the best prospects in the state.
The Georgia defensive line has been one of the team's driving forces, leading a unit that ranks among the top 10 nationally.
Georgia has several key members of its offensive line graduating, so linemen will be a critical piece for the 2012 class.
The Georgia offensive line is dangerously thin in experienced starters, but so far the unit has held up reasonably well and is even showing signs of improvement.
Georgia is young in its receiving corps, but there still is a need for playmakers on the outside. Tight end is a need, too.
Wide receiver was a concern for Georgia after losing A.J. Green and Kris Durham to the NFL. But several young players, including some freshmen, have stepped forward.
Kwame Geathers and John Jenkins are the middlemen in the resurgence of the Georgia defense.
Georgia has little in the way of recruiting needs at quarterback, with Aaron Murray only a sophomore and two other underclassmen on the roster.