But ask Richt who has shown the most improvement since the spring, and he has just one answer: offensive lineman Tanner Strickland.
"Strickland will be pushing for a starting position in Game 1 with (Justin) Anderson," Richt said after Wednesday's practice. "That's about where we've got him working right now."
Stickland, a redshirt freshman, was slowed by injuries last season, but Richt said he's finally able to show what he can do. And that's come as a pleasant surprise to the coaching staff who, Richt admitted, didn't know quite what to make of Strickland when camp began.
"He'll stand in that huddle and he looks like a player," Richt said. "He looks confident, and he looks like he's ready to play."
Anderson, another redshirt freshman, isn't exactly having a bad start to camp, Richt said, but he has been inconsistent.
"Some days he looks like a world beater, and some days he looks more like an inconsistent guy," Richt said of Anderson. "He's improving, but you want a guy who's going to be very consistent. If you've got a guy who gets it 80 percent of the time, that's still probably not good enough."