Two scrimmages in and a few more spring practices to go, veteran Bulldogs have noticed a few potential breakout stars, most notably Tray Matthews.
Going up against Georgia's brick-wall veteran defense is daunting, but this spring it made the young and suspect offense better, and certainly more prepared for the 2012 season.
Georgia's stingy defensive line of 2011 shows no signs of slowing in 2012, as leaders John Jenkins and Kwame Geathers guide the group into being one of the best in the nation.
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.
A veteran Georgia secondary has been as strong if not stronger than advertised, but the special teams have been surprisingly poor.