… on Georgia’s latest depth chart, that is.
A few examples:
Freshman receiver Tavarres King is listed ahead of senior Demiko Goodman and redshirt freshman Walter Hill at split end, where Kenneth Harris and Kris Durham are 1-2.
Freshman Richard Samuel is the third string tailback behind Knowshon Moreno and Caleb King. Samuel, an early enrollee who was named the biggest offensive surprise of the spring, is ahead of Kalvin Daniels, a walk-on who is still listed ahead of another promising freshman, Dontavius Jackson.
Freshman Ben Jones is listed behind Chris Davis at center, but Davis could move back to guard, clearing the way for Jones to start.
“We could have one freshman and four sophomores starting up front, which is still a very young team up front,” Richt said.
And last, but not least, there’s no pressure on this kid.
Georgia is already listing incoming freshman Blair Walsh as first-team kicker ahead of Drew Butler and walk-ons Andrew Jensen and Brian Behr.
“You don’t normally like to give a scholarship to a kicker unless you think he’s going to be your guy,” Richt said. “As we know the last time we scholarshiped a kicker was Andy Bailey and (Brandon) Coutu beat him out as a walk-on.”