Georgia's Need by Dawg Post's Fletcher Page: You can never have enough able bodies on both the offensive and defensive lines – so getting a big-bodied recruit is never a bad thing.
While Georgia will be fine on the defensive front in 2012, the depth is top heavy. Starters Abry Jones and John Jenkins will be gone after next season. Garrison Smith and Kwame Geathers will be seniors (should they return) in 2013. Other than those four players, there isn't much experienced depth at end and nose tackle.
DeAndre Johnson, all 6-3, 310-pounds of him, will only help to stockpile the size and talent for the battle in the trenches.
A comparison by Dawg Post Publisher Dean Legge: It's going to be hard to draw a straight-line comparison between Johnson and other former Bulldogs. Immediately he reminds be of Auburn's Jeff Whitaker, but bigger. He also looks a bit like former Georgia defensive lineman Gerald Anderson. It will be interesting to see where he lines up in the future with Johnathon Taylor signed and in the 2012 class. He sure looks like a nose to me.