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Projected Georgia 2023 Offensive Depth Chart

Updated: Aug 24, 2023




It seems like it was only yesterday when the Georgia Bulldogs walked off the field after cruising past TCU to claim their second straight national championship.


All signs point to Georgia opening fall practice on Thursday, August 3rd. The Bulldogs will once again enter a new season as defending national champions, although this time they’re fresh off an undefeated 15-0 campaign that saw them become the sport’s first back-to-back champion in the College Football Playoff era.


Georgia lost a number of significant contributors from the 2022 season due to graduation, early NFL draft entry, and the dreaded transfer portal. They also lost offensive coordinator Todd Monken to the NFL, but the Dawgs did add some valuable pieces both through the transfer portal and through recruiting.


Below we take a stab at the projected depth chart as we head into Fall camp and just over 30 days till kickoff!




Quarterback:


Starter: Carson Beck


1) Brock Vandergriff

2) Gunnar Stockton





Running Back


Starter: Daijuan Edwards


1) Kendall Milton

3) Andrew Paul

4) Roderick Robinson


Preview: This may be determined on who can stay healthiest. Edwards seems to be trusted in the backfield but the ultimate factor will be Milton's Health. If he can stay healthy, He can play a similar role to what Zamir White played back in 2021. Robinson is currently healing from offseason injury and Andrew Paul was lost last season due to ACL and but the coaches like what they've seen this offseason.


Wide Receiver - X

Starter: Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint

  1. Dillon Bell

  2. Rara Thomas

  3. De’Nylon Morrissette

  4. Tyler Williams

Preview: Coaches love Rosemy-Jacksaint's size and blocking. Bell is up and coming and showed flashes last season. It will be hard to keep him off the field. Thomas is the transfer with SEC experience and success.

Wide Receiver - Z


Starter: Ladd McConkey

  1. Arian Smith

  2. Zeed Haynes

  3. C.J. Smith

Preview: McConkey is All-SEC candidate along with possible All-American potential. Expect for him to get some Slot time as well. If Smith can stay healthy, he's shown how dangerous he is with his speed.

Wide Receiver - Slot


Starter: Dominic Lovett

  1. Ladd McConkey

  2. Arian Smith

  3. Anthony Evans

Preview: Lovett gets the nod here. Another SEC transfer with proven history. Expect Lovett/Smith/McConkey to play musical chairs at all positions.

Tight end


Starter: Brock Bowers

  1. Oscar Delp

  2. Lawson Luckie

  3. Pearce Spurlin

Preview: Bowers is Bowers. Unbelievable talent that has NFL Scouts drooling. Expect for Bowers to be fed early and often. Delp and Luckie are young but have talent to see field early this year. The non-conference games will be good for them to gain more experience.

Offensive line


Left Tackle

Starter: Earnest Greene

  1. Austin Blaske

  2. Monroe Freeling

  3. Bo Hughley

Preview: Another position battle. We think Greene wins out, but it'll be a war between he and Blaske. The nod for "starter" could be change weekly

Left guard

Starter: Xavier Truss

  1. Micah Morris

  2. Joshua Miller

Center

Starter: Sedrick Van Pran

  1. Austin Blaske

  2. Jared Wilson

  3. Drew Bobo

Right guard

Starter: Tate Ratledge

  1. Dylan Fairchild

  2. Kelton Smith Jr.

Right tackle

Starter: Amarius Mims

  1. Aliou Bah

  2. Chad Lindberg

  3. Jamal Meriweather


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