Gone are Orson Charles and Aron White, but Georgia doesn't figure to use its tight end any less than it usually does.
Former UGA tight end Orson Charles has taken stock of where tight ends are typically selected in the NFL draft. He is determined to stay patient and work hard. And, he says, 'I just want a job.'
Orson Charles and Aron White are playmaking tight ends who have benefited greatly from Georgia's improved running game.
While he doesn't feel that his legendary uncle, Herschel Walker, is much of an influence on his budding football career, 2014 RB and potential UGA target Milan Richard is shaping up to be as much of a head-turner in the backfield.
Arthur Lynch has waited patiently for his turn to take over the starting tight end position. This spring is where it all begins.
Twelve former Bulldogs attempted to put forth their most draft-worthy efforts Monday at UGA's pro day, hoping to wow 46 scouts and team personnel from 30 NFL teams.
Nicknamed the little giraffe, 6-foot-4 Georgia target Jordan Davis is beginning to grow into his talent and out of his nickname.
The Outback Bowl will be a homecoming for Georgia TE Orson Charles -- a bittersweet one, as the standout's potential NFL opportunities might make it his last game as a Bulldog.
Defense wins championships. With its impressive turnover margin, third-down D and sack total, Georgia has its eyes locked on an SEC East title.