Spring Primer: Offense

ATHENS - With spring practice entering full swing status, Dawg Post sets the offensive table.

Sure, Georgia's offense is losing its brightest star. A.J. Green accounted for 57 catches, 848 yards and nine touchdowns in 2010…in only nine games.

But there is plenty of offensive weapons returning and plenty of incoming players on the horizon to help offset the absence of Green.

Note: The following is not a depth chart.

Quarterback Murray is back for his second season under center, while LeMay (early enrollee) provides much needed depth.

Aaron Murray 6-1/211/RSo.

Hutson Mason 6-3/196/So.

Christian LeMay 602/198/Fr.

Running Back A position featuring the "Tumultuous Two," what will Caleb King and Washaun Ealey do this spring in attempts to stave off incoming Crowell.

Caleb King 5-11/224/Sr.

Washaun Ealey 5-11/219/Jr.

Carlton Thomas 5-7/163/Jr.

Ken Malcome 6-0/226/RFr.

Incoming recruits on the horizon: Isaiah Crowell

Fullback Figgins slides from tight end to fullback for his final season in Athens.

Bruce Figgins 6-4/274/Sr.

Alexander Ogletree 5-10/224/So.

Dustin Royston 5-11/242/RSo.

Wide Receiver With Green taking his talents to the next level, who will emerge as the go-to go at the position? King seems poised to command the most targets, but there are a host of unproven players ready to get some touches.

Georgia WR Tavarres King looks to fill the void left by A.J. Green.
Tavarres King 6-1/196/Jr.

Michael Bennett 6-3/208/RFr.

Marlon Brown 6-5/222/Jr.

Israel Troupe 6-1/222/Sr.

Rantavious Wooten 5-10/185/Jr.

Chris Conley (Early enrollee) 6-3/202/Fr.

Incoming recruits on the horizon: Justin Scott-Wesley, Sanford Seay, Malcolm Mitchell.

Tight End Perhaps the most talented unit top to bottom, there may not be enough reps to go around with all the viable players at tight end.

Orson Charles 6-3/241/Jr.

Aron White 6-4/239/Sr.

Arthur Lynch 6-5/272/RSo.

Incoming recruits on the horizon: Jay Rome

Offensive Line Losing Clint Boling will hurt this unit, but the line does return four players with starting experience. An opening at guard will make for a fierce battle as spring, summer and fall unfolds.

Georgia OL Brent Benedict says his knee is 100 percent healthy.
Justin Anderson 6-5/342/Sr.

Brent Benedict 6-5/312/RFr.

Chris Burnette 6-2/213/RSo.

Cordy Glenn 6-5/348/Sr.

A.J. Harmon 6-5/345/Jr.

Kolton Houston 6-5/291/RFr.

Ben Jones 6-3/316/Sr.

Dallas Lee 6-4/300/RSo.

Austin Long 6-5/304/RSo.

Trinton Sturdivant 6-5/310/Sr.

Incoming recruits on the horizon: Xzavier Ward, Zach DeBell, Watts Dantzler, Hunter Long, David Andrews

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