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The Bulldogs are coming off of a disappointing season, which ended on a disappointing loss to eventual champions Florida State in the College Football Bowl. But as the new season begins, many fans and analysts are looking forward to seeing how the Bulldogs will do. One thing that can be expected is an influx of new faces and exciting new talent on the defensive line which led to one of the most dominant defenses in the nation last year. In this article, I will be looking at the potential starting lineups for the Bulldogs against some top college football bowl teams.
Quarterback – There are several different options available at quarterback including senior Vince Williams and junior college transfer Juniorney Williams. Both have experience at the college level but it is Williams who has more time under his belt. Williams has started 20 or more games in five of his six seasons at the University of Alabama and is completing an outstanding career. However, he’ll have to work with a new offensive line that has not been together for a long period of time. Expect the Bulldogs to lean on a variety of running schemes and options on offense to move Vincent Williams around and create some short passing scenarios and pick up big plays.
Running Back – Another option at running back is junior college transfer Juniorney Williams. Williams is very raw as a runner, but he has experience playing under the high pressure circumstances of a college game. He is strong and fast and could compete for carries down the middle of the field. This is one of the least accomplished positions on the field so expect plenty of big plays from the Bulldogs’ receivers and backs. The offense could also turn to incoming freshman Ramel Bradley.
Fullbacks – It’s pretty safe to say that none of the Bulldogs’ current fullbacks are going to earn them any Bowl games this season. There isn’t a clear replacement for those players as experienced as McCalebb. However, junior college transfer Alex Thomas is also solid and talented. Expect the Bulldogs to lean on a few different running strategies in an effort to keep the ball in Thomas’ hands as much as possible. If he can become the team’s primary ball carrier this spring, it will make it much easier for him to develop chemistry with the other Bulldogs on the team and become an instant impact player. The Bulldogs are already loaded at the position so it won’t be difficult finding a top-notch recruiting class to groom.
Quarterback – There aren’t many experienced signal callers available at the college level right now. That will change in the next few months and it will be interesting to see whether Trellick or Murphy is able to win the starting job over Braxton Kelley or graduate transfer Chase Briscoe. Kelley is very athletic and has experience playing under the lights, but Briscoe has more arm talent and should be able to succeed if given the opportunity. If neither is able to emerge as the clear starter during the upcoming season, it will be interesting to see how the Bulldogs rebuild their offensive line.
Running Back – A lot of Bulldogs fans would prefer if a true back was selected in the upcoming NFL draft. If so, Dontre Wilson or Kenyan Howard could have a great career as the Bulldogs’ new back. Both are athletic, skillful players that can create big plays on either side of the line. They are likely going to be highly coveted prospects in the upcoming NFL draft and could become high-profile names as soon as the off season starts in February. Georgia Bulldogs football will also enter a new era of big running backs following the conclusion of this season.
Starting Lineback – As the Bulldogs wrap up the first part of their comeback campaign, they will need to start wondering about their starting spine. If Trellick or Murphy is unable to regain his starting role at some point this season, it will be interesting to watch the Bulldogs evaluate younger players such as Kenyan Drake, who is starting to make an impact at both defensive tackle and end. The Bulldogs will be heavily involved in bowl games and regional games, however, before the NFL draft and their Super Bowl season begins.
Quarterback – Aside from Trellick and Murphy, none of the Bulldogs’ starting quarterback has shown the ability to develop into a consistent passer over the course of his three-year career. Bo Wallace is coming back, but so is Alex Smith, who started just six games over the past two seasons. Even with a subpar offense, the Bulldogs should be able to overpower most teams in the trenches and rack up a large majority of takeaways during the regular season and playoffs. If Wallace or Smith can’t stay healthy, the Bulldogs will once again be a team to watch in the Georgia Bowl.