This week's DawgNation Roundtable asks: Where is Malcolm Mitchell more likely to excel: Defense or offense?
Sunshine State receiver and UGA commit Kyrin Priester endured more than a year of frustration with an injury and a difficult home life. Then he moved to Georgia and his whole world opened up -- on the football field.
Injuries and attrition on the O-line could soon leave the Bulldogs in dire straits, so in 2013 Georgia will look to finally build the type of depth needed to dominate the line of scrimmage.
After an injury-plagued 2011 season, Marietta, Ga., quarterback prospect Anthony Jennings has everything but recognition.
After two months on the bench with an ankle injury, Georgia's most dependable performer at running back returns in time for the Outback Bowl
Isaiah Crowell's freshman season, pocked with suspensions and nagging injuries, didn't exactly live up to expectations, and the young standout has had to learn some tough lessons.
One of Georgia's top targets, Florida OT prospect Avery Young, will take an official visit to Athens for the Kentucky game.
Juco LB Shannon Brown hope to enroll early at the college of his choice, which appears to be a two-team race between Georgia and Alabama.
Georgia has several key members of its offensive line graduating, so linemen will be a critical piece for the 2012 class.
Four-star linebacker Raphael Kirby of Stone Mountain, Ga., is committed to Miami but is exploring his options in the wake of the Canes' recent scandal.