Georgia football has more playmakers than it honestly needs, yet there is always room for someone to burst onto the scene.
In the first half of the season, we saw young players step up and help the team remain undefeated while their teammates rehabbed injuries.
Brock Bowers and Ladd McConkey are two that come to mind on offense. These two freshmen lead the team in receiving and have become a quarterback favorite regardless if it’s Stetson Bennett or JT Daniels taking the snaps.
At the same time, we’ve also seen veterans on defense make sure that the unit stays together and at an elite level. Georgia has a good mixture going on right now, but with four regular-season games left, there are going to be some guys stepping up to make plays because it’s their time.
Even with this team playing at the level they are, it’s time some of the preseasons’ projected playmakers to do the same.
Georgia football has playmakers all over the field, but these three guys will make sure the world remembers their name by the end of the regular season.
After breaking down the season stats, it’s only right to take an offensive, defensive and special teams player to have a breakout moment. Georgia has an opportunity to play seven more games, but the next four weeks are for proving you can help the team on the biggest stages in college football.
The Dawgs are on track for one of their best seasons since 2017 and maybe since 1980, so if these guys can help out the remainder of the season, the odds are in the good guys’ favor.
Here are three guys from each side of the ball who will turn their season around and finish strong to help the Dawgs go into the postseason undefeated and highly confident, but not overly cocky.