Meet the signees

Here are some brief bios of Georgia’s 2020 class.  Whom are you most excited/pleased about joining the program?

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20 responses to “Meet the signees

  1. J-Dawg

    Carson Beck really interests me. Hopefully, Mathis is cleared to play next year and it will be a 3-way competition for backup if Fromm stays. If not, Beck seems to be the best fit on paper. Also, let’s see if Bennett can really elevate his game.

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    • MGW

      Like the speed. We’re never going to run a zone read where the QB actually keeps it with any regularity but it’d be nice to have a QB who can move the chains with his feet a time or two every game when a play breaks down. Does a lot for the passing game when they know they can’t turn their backs on the QB without some consequences.

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  2. Dawg in Austin

    Rosemy and Carter, and it’s not close. Rosemy is Calvin Ridley 2.0 and Carter is Marcel Dareus 2.0. They’ll both play right away and be dominant as sophomores.

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  3. MARCUS ROSEMY, WR, 6-2, 195.
    He is the most ready to play at our biggest position of need.

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  4. Russ

    The WRs all interest me, for obvious reasons. I also like Kendal Milton’s story. Seems like a great kid.

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  5. Even though he is not the highest rated receiver, Arain Smith and all of that speed he is bringing excites me. You can’t teach speed and he has it!

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  6. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Major Burns. Just for the name. Unless he is the one getting burned. 😦

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  7. Derek

    This is ridiculous…

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  8. FlyingPeakDawg

    I like those massive kids Kirby landed for both the OL and DL.

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  9. Mayor

    Holy mackerel! These bios are the most impressive players on paper I’ve ever seen!! Way to go Kirby!

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  10. duronimo

    I like Beck a lot. I’m hoping the slowest offense in American doesn’t neuter him like it has Fromm. Also, I’m hoping we move away from the massive hogs on the OLine. They are fine for playing football in the box (phonebooth). Modern offenses, however, attack all over the field, requiring the OL to be mobile. That means running to put numbers on the edges via zone blocking schemes. Coach Luke has already signaled a shift away from the hogs.

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    • Mike Cooley

      Well that and it seems like every time we have had huge offensive lines they have underperformed. Andrew Thomas was great. The rest of those guys have been pretty inconsistent in my opinion.

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  11. Hobnail_Boot

    Kendall Milton, if healthy, is going to be a force of nature. Smart, mature kid.

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  12. Jalen Carter has my attention, this dude is gonna be a beast.

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