Georgia put up a lot of big numbers on offense a year ago, but it has the pieces in place to be better in 2013.
As the spring evaluation period begins, DawgNation offers a guide to the players and places that should have the Bulldogs' coaches attention.
Georgia has had success recruiting North Carolina running backs and turning them into stars. ESPN Watch List RB Elijah Hood has taken notice and is suddenly high on the Bulldogs.
UGA O-line commit Brandon Kublanow knows his good friend Tyren Jones is committed to Bama, but that won't stop him or the UGA staff from working to sway the running back to the Bulldogs.
The ESPN 150 athlete from Marietta, Ga., says his heart is with Alabama -- but Georgia is among four SEC East schools next on his list.
In this week's DawgNation recruiting mailbag: Which Florida WR could be taking a serious look at Georgia? Is UGA a serious player for a coveted in-state pass-rusher?
Of the Georgia Bulldogs' eight commits so far in the Class of 2013, seven are considering early enrollment, which could help clear the way for Georgia to sign around 30 recruits next year.
Georgia and D-coordinator Todd Grantham have fought to the very last minute to win over Peach State four-star Jordan Jenkins, who will announce his decision tonight.
One of UGA's top remaining 2012 targets, Josh Harvey-Clemons, will visit next weekend, but is his mind already made up? He's reportedly talking up other top targets to join him as a Bulldog.
Georgia's coaches and upperclassmen assess the progress and promise of the Bulldogs' nine freshman who redshirted in 2011.
What top targets would UGA land if today were signing day? Who's next if the Dawgs miss on those guys? Answers in this week's recruiting mailbag.
With the regular season completed and recruiting for the 2012 class in full swing, now is a good time to look over Georgia's roster and contemplate the Bulldogs' needs for next fall.
Georgia defensive star Jarvis Jones is excited about his defense's evolution, and he thinks if all the draft-eligible starters -- including himself -- return for 2012, the Bulldogs will have the No. 1 D in the country.
After Georgia's 0-2 start and a cooling off in his recruitment, three-star DL Dalvin Tomlinson equally cooled to the idea of the Bulldogs. But things are different now.
Faton Bauta could play a number of positions at the next level, but he wants to remain a quarterback. That's where Georgia says it wants him.
Georgia is loaded with prospects for the 2013 class, and DawgNation will look at six of them each day over the next two weeks.