Every Georgia football fan knows that with success in college football also comes the inevitable turnover through various channels.
After the 2021 national championship, the Georgia football team lost a record number of players to the NFL draft, and countless more to graduation and the transfer portal. While we may not see as many Dawgs taken in this year’s draft, there will still be a lot of holes to fill.
Some players, like Jalen Carter, declared for the draft immediately after the record-breaking win over TCU, while others such as Stetson Bennett are simply out of eligibility.
There have been some players that have reaffirmed their commitment to staying in Athens, including running back Kendall Milton, and defensive tackle Nazir Stackhouse.
So, who’s going to be leaving the Georgia football team this year? We’ll track the roster churn below.
Georgia football players who have declared for the NFL Draft, accepted Senior/Hula Bowl invitations, or are out of eligibility
Quarterback Stetson Bennett
Cornerback Kelee Ringo
Defensive lineman Jalen Carter
Tight end Darnell Washington
Placekicker Jack Podlesny
Running back Kenny McIntosh
Offensive lineman Broderick Jones
Linebacker Nolan Smith
Linebacker Robert Beal
Safety Tykee Smith
Safety Chris Smith
Wide receiver Kearis Jackson
Georgia football players who have entered the transfer portal
Tight end Ryland Goede
Tight end Arik Gilbert (committed to Nebraska)
Tight end Brett Seither (committed to Georgia Tech)
Cornerback Jaheim Singletary
Defensive tackle Bill Norton (committed to Arizona)
Offensive lineman Jacob Hood
Linebacker Trezmen Marshall (committed to Alabama)
Wide receiver Dominick Blaylock
Linebacker MJ Sherman (committed to Nebraska)
Wide Receiver AD Mitchell