The roster for Georgia’s defensive ends reads like an episode of “Lather, Rinse and Repeat”: no seniors, one junior and one-third of the group comprised of freshmen.
“The good news is Kirby Smart and the new staff has a lot of options. The bad news is they don’t have any proven ones.” That’s putting it mildly. Per Towers, the only returning player with a start at the position Georgia has is… Lorenzo Carter.
Watching the mix and match on the d-line at G-Day could prove to be as interesting as how well the quarterbacks throw.