Georgia football: 3 important positions to focus on in 2023 recruiting class

Jalen Carter, Devonte Wyatt and Travon Walker tackle Anthony Richardson. (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)
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Kelee Ringo carries the ball into the endzone after getting an interception during the 2022 CFP National Championship Game. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images) /

Georgia football will look to build secondary depth in 2023

Even with Georgia football signing their best defensive back class ever, the Dawgs will still strongly emphasize this position for the 2023 class. Much like the defensive line, there can never be enough bodies in the secondary for coaches to develop and find the right fit.

Georgia added some much-needed depth with the five guys they signed in 2022, but with so many transfers the last few years at secondary, the Dawgs are still thin at the position.

Thankfully Christopher Smith, William Poole III, and Tykee Smith all chose to come back for this upcoming season, or the Dawgs would be in a pickle. Kelee Ringo could declare after this season, so having some more guys will only help Georgia keep this position from being the weak link.

Look for the Dawgs to sign some more safeties in this class and add a few cornerbacks too. It wouldn’t surprise me if they didn’t sign another five in 2023 to get the depth where it needs to be.

However, the biggest thing with this position is finding players who know with hard work that their time will come, and not those who demand to play because they think that they are the best.

This position is one of the reasons Georgia looks for high-character kids because of all the transfers. The Dawgs need guys who don’t mind waiting their turn, which isn’t impossible to find.

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Georgia football will look to fill out the 2023 recruiting class with these three positions. There are a few other positions the Dawgs will have to fill, but a majority of this class will be in these three positions.