"He does some impressive things," Curran said. "He's a power runner, and he can run you over or juke you out just like Knowshon can."
Dwyer has racked up 1,184 yards rushing this season – just 60 fewer than Moreno – and has topped 100 yards in all but three games this season.
"The stats don't lie," Curran said. "He's put up big numbers, and he's as likely to do it against us as any team. I think he'd be fine in the SEC."
Dwyer will present a significant challenge for the Bulldogs' defense, which has struggled to slow opposing running games during its past four games.
"We have to get to him before he gets started because he is an agile tackle-breaker with good speed," Richt said. "(Dwyer) looks every bit of 228 pounds, and he carries it well. For him, if you don't get him at the line of scrimmage, it's going to be tough to get him down."