I don’t how they’re doing with the “faster, stronger” part, but if these numbers are to be believed, the Dawgs are definitely getting bigger.
Georgia’s offensive line just got bigger. Kenarious Gates has gone from 307 pounds to 328. Justin Anderson went from 326 to 342. Cordy Glenn from 320 to 348. A.J. Harmon from 320 to 345. Chris Burnette from 300 to 313. Ben Jones from 300 to 316…
… Bruce Figgins, who is moving from tight end to fullback, went from 265 to 272.
Alec Ogletree, moved from inside linebacker to safety, is now 236 from 224. Another inside linebacker, Richard Samuel, is now listed at 243, a gain of nine pounds.
Nose guard Kwame Geathers went from 325 to 350. Ends Abry Jones from 297 to 309 and DeAngelo Tyson from 290 to 306.
Of course, this is coming from the land of Vance Cuff’s 4.24 40 time, so a degree of skepticism is warranted. Still, I can’t help but wonder how many schools in the country deploy a 348-pound offensive right tackle. And it looks like Geathers now weighs more than John Jenkins.
Hopefully we’ll get some first hand observations from the beat writers during spring practice about how these kids look in the flesh.