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.
Georgia has had several recruits commit earlier than usual. It has created an interesting trend for Bulldogs coaches and recruits alike.
One of Georgia's top targets, Florida OT prospect Avery Young, will take an official visit to Athens for the Kentucky game.
Donald Hawkins received a visit from Georgia O-line coach Will Friend and says the coach called him "the No. 1 tackle, period."
Oklahoma State juco OT commit would entertain an offer from the Georgia Bulldogs, who have been keeping in touch.
The 2012 class needs more help along the offensive line, and the Bulldogs probably will find some of that help in the junior college ranks.
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.
Talented O-lineman Brandon Kublanow has long conisdered an offer from UGA to be a dream, but a host of other programs thought the same of him. He took his time through the recruiting process, but followed his heart Wednesday and became a Bulldog.
Shamire Devine came into the Atlanta NFTC with a reputation as a gentle giant. That changed in a hurry. Plus, updates on OL Orlando Brown Jr., LB Trey Johnson, QB Eddie Printz and more.
ESPNU 150 Watch List lineman Hunter Bivin has 20 offers, with the latest from Georgia. But the two-sport star is focusing on a state basketball title before his recruitment.
Careful to never overstep his place or abuse his status, NFL Pro Bowl player Richard Seymour has guided his adopted son DeVondre Seymour's development into a great 2013 prospect.
In-state prospect Chester Brown set and met his one goal this year: to impress the staff in Athens and gain the coveted scholarship to play between the hedges.
Georgia has several key members of its offensive line graduating, so linemen will be a critical piece for the 2012 class.
2013 OL Brandon Kublanow doesn't have ideal height at 6-1, but he stood out on Dawg Night because he's physical and finishes blocks.