It's a good thing that freshmen Chris Mayes and John Atkins will be around for spring ball, as Georgia needs them to fill a major hole at nose tackle.
With John Jenkins graduating and Kwame Geathers leaving early for the NFL draft, Georgia has to replace more than 700 pounds worth of interior lineman. Redshirt freshman Jonathan Taylor leads a host of candidates.
Georgia Tech's flexbone offense has caused Georgia's defensive ends to make more tackles than they are used to, so the Bulldog DEs are ready to be tested on Saturday.
Former UGA tackle Cordy Glenn leads a group of Bulldogs alumni looking to be drafted before the end of the week.
Possible first-round pick Cordy Glenn dramatically improved his draft stock by returning for his senior season at Georgia, showing off a versatility on the line that NFL teams can't ignore.
The star-crossed career of offensive lineman Austing Long saw him finally reach the field on Saturday after two-plus years of struggles.
Kwame Geathers and John Jenkins are the middlemen in the resurgence of the Georgia defense.