Dawg Post Off. Power Rankings

ATHENS - A.J. Green headlines the first edition of the Dawg Post Offensive Power Rankings.

1. A.J. Green – This is a no-brainer pick. Green should lead the SEC in most receiving categories, and will make noise on the national level.

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.

4. Orson Charles – Already touted as the next NFL tight end at Georgia, Charles should double his numbers from his freshman year.

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.

Georgia tailback Caleb King will split carries with Washaun Ealey this season.
7. Caleb King – While King and fellow tailback Washaun Ealey are considered co-No. 1's, a healthy year could establish King as the statistical leader in the Bulldogs' backfield.

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.

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