2011 georgia football

2011 Georgia Football Roster - University of Georgia Athletics Jamie Lindley (5'11", 173), Sr. PUNTER1. Malcolm Mitchell (6'0", 185), Fr. Ty Frix (6'0", 211), RJr.2. 5. 2011 Georgia Football Roster: Tavarres King, Marlon Brown, Malcolm Mitchell Vie To Be The Next A.J. Green's departure is a loss that will be felt in more than just the receiving corps, as he provided a worthwhile change of pace in the punt-return game. 2011 Georgia Football Roster: Bacarri Rambo, Alec Ogletree Return To Anchor Secondary; 2011 Georgia Football Roster: Is Isaiah Crowell Already The Man To Beat In The Backfield? Please also read our Privacy Notice and Terms of Use, which became effective December 20, 2019. Wt. 2011 Georgia Football Roster: Trinton Sturdivant Leads (Hopefully) Rejuvenated Offensive Line Caleb King (5'11", 217), Sr. 4. With nearly all of the major statistical contributors from last year coming back, and Georgia's biggest recruiting grab in years being added to the mix in the form of Isaiah Crowell, the offensive backfield might feature the most intriguing -- and hard-fought -- depth-chart battles Georgia fans will see this spring. Coming off a disappointing showing in 2010, though, seniority is no longer a guarantee of playing time. Branden Smith (5'11", 169), Sr.3. Drew Butler (6'2", 201), Sr.2. By choosing I Accept, you consent to our use of cookies and other tracking technologies. 4. FULLBACK1. Both Chapas and Munzenmaier were sure-handed pass-catchers in addition to being strong runners and adept blockers; that do-it-all ability leaves big shoes for Figgins to fill, though as a converted tight end he's certainly got the skill set to do it. Fortunately, Georgia hasn't had much of the latter problem the last few years despite a couple of underwhelming records. Josh Sailors (5'9", 229), Sr. Who's coming back. Outlook. Who's not. It might seem overly harsh to declare that the two tailbacks have used up all their goodwill with Richt, but, well, they probably have. The 2011 Georgia Bulldogs football team represented the University of Georgia in the 2011 NCAA Division I FBS football season. Who's coming back. Who's not. Branden Smith (5'11", 169), Sr.2. Even Georgia fans without the slightest interest in recruiting have no doubt heard of Isaiah Crowell, the five-star Columbus, Ga., running back who represents one of the biggest recruiting coups of the Mark Richt era -- and perhaps his biggest coup at RB, period. Blair Walsh (5'10", 183), Sr.3. And it's not as if Richt needed much additional excuse to tilt the playing-time equation in Isaiah Crowell's favor anyway. The Dawgs' heralded 2011 recruiting class was chock full of incredibly athletic players with experience at a number of positions, including special-teams duty. Ken Malcome (6'0", 218), RFr. 2011 Georgia Football Roster: Is Isaiah Crowell Already The Man To Beat In The Backfield? Basically, Crowell will go as far this offseason as his determination and work ethic will carry him, and it's not an exaggeration to say that playing time is his to lose -- though the ideal situation from Richt's perspective would be for Ealey and King to have a fire lit under them by Crowell's arrival, work their tails off over spring and summer, and give the Dawgs a diabolical three-headed running attack by the time Boise State's team plane lands in Atlanta. Cl. coka_koehler Malcolm Mitchell (6'0", 185), Fr.4. Alexander Ogletree (5'10", 207), Soph.3. The interest will be mainly in where Georgia's blue-chip recruits manage to slot in behind Smith and Boykin. The Bulldogs were led by 11th year head coach Mark Richt and played their home games at Sanford Stadium. 2. The two who appear most likely to see ST playing time this year are Valdosta's Malcolm Mitchell, who played defensive back in high school but is already being talked about as a receiver candidate at Georgia, and Justin Scott-Wesley, a wideout who declared for Georgia back in May from atop a victory podium not long after setting a new state record in the 100-meter dash. Starting expertise aside, there's not a whole lot of depth at either position, and that could present an opportunity for players like Mitchell, Scott-Wesley, or perhaps even WR recruit Sanford Seay -- another actual track star with a 4.4 40 to his credit -- to get some return opportunities. Who's new. A.J. Plus, Ivan Maisel with his early season observations. LONG SNAPPER1. To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. Special-teamers don't often get a lot of attention unless they a) play for Frank Beamer or b) screw up. KICKOFF RETURNER1. Expectations for this position are high, though, as the departures of both of last year's leading FBs, combined with some big question marks on the right side of the offensive line, won't allow much time for learning on the job. used in background montage under Creative Commons. View all 8 stories The general consensus seems to be that he needs to fine-tune his route-running a bit more before he can become a factor at WR, but his speed may be too valuable for Mark Richt to redshirt this season. PUNT RETURNER1. We use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content and targeted ads, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audiences come from.

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