Georgia football wrapped up spring almost a month ago, and with most of the transfers announced, let’s predict how the two-deep depth chart could look for both sides of the ball.
The Dawgs have a few positions that most fans know who the starters will be, but how will those backup situations look? We know head coach Kirby Smart likes having options, and with so much to replace, it’s crucial to have a few choices.
Will losing 15 to the NFL and 10 in the transfer portal make a difference for this 2022 Georgia squad, or has Smart and his staff reloaded?
This Georgia football two-deep depth chart is what it looks like post spring.
Both sides of the ball are looking to fill some big shoes, but Athens has a lot of talent, so the Dawgs should be in solid hands.
Georgia returns most of its offensive playmakers and line, but some areas have questions circling it.
Some may feel like the Dawgs have too many weapons, which could result in more transfers, but Georgia showed it could spread the wealth last season, and one can assume that type of offense will continue in 2022. Those that were transferring are likely already gone, but there could be a couple more this summer among the ones not too worried about playing right away.
Defensively will be a bit more tricky, but Georgia has a lot of guys who have 70-plus snaps returning that could take advantage of this opportunity and earn a starting role.
After the G-Day game, the linebacker room drew some questions, but Glenn Schumann has worked with less and developed them into rockstars so that confidence will remain. Plus, the new outside linebackers coach Chidera Uzo-Diribe needs the benefit of the doubt until otherwise, so that group should be fine by the start of the season.
Let’s look at each side of the ball and make some predictions on how the two-deep depth chart may appear right now.