2. Clint Boling – Easily one of the most versatile linemen in the SEC, Boling will hear his name called early in the NFL draft.
3. Cordy Glenn – Glenn is a first round NFL draft pick if he stays healthy.
5. Washaun Ealey – Up to 215, Ealey says the extra weight won't affect the way he moves.
6. Aaron Murray – Having already commanded a leadership role, Murray will look to kick the critics who say he's too inexperienced to lead the Bulldogs back to the top.
8. Shaun Chapas – Voted as last season's best blocking fullback in the SEC, Chapas will join a dominate offensive line to open up holes.
9. Ben Jones – Jones is the emotional heart of the line and offense.
10. Aron White – White will provide young Murray with yet another weapon on offense.
11. Tavarres King – King could be potentially higher on this list, but a one-game suspension must be carried out.
12. Josh Davis – A surprise last season, Davis has solidified his spot on the line.
13. Kris Durham – Durham, a fifth year senior, should slide into Michael Moore's role from a season ago. He'll make tough catches, and haul in third down conversions and touchdowns in traffic.
14. Trinton Sturdivant – Beginning to play amid live contact again, Sturdivant could be back by the season opening game.
15. Logan Gray – Gray has shown the ability to make plays with his stats posted from Georgia's two scrimmages. His versatility bumps him ahead of the other receivers not on this list.