Zamir White and James Cook have had great seasons as the premier Georgia running backs, but Kenny McIntosh has shown how valuable he can be when he comes into the game.
McIntosh missed some time recently nursing a hamstring injury, but he returned last week against Florida. The Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. native has been one of the primary kickoff returners for Georgia throughout the year.
McIntosh is a balanced back, running for both speed and power. He is also a threat as a pass-catcher.
In his senior year of high school, he had 377 receiving yards and five receiving touchdowns. Overall, he amassed 1,189 total yards that year en route to becoming a highly sought-after four-star recruit.
McIntosh might have the benefit of getting more carries than usual.
With Georgia expected to blow out Missouri this weekend, this would open up an opportunity for McIntosh to be featured on offense for greater stretches of the game. Of course, nothing is guaranteed in college football, but this could turn into a big day for Georgia players who don’t get to see the field very often.
Kenny and the other two men on this list are prepared to be elite on Saturday in front of their home fans, a legendary former coach, and players from the World Champion Braves. Mizzou, you’ve been warned.