Honestly, take your pick from the crop of offensive linemen that Georgia brought in this cycle. The Bulldogs only got absolute beasts with off-the-chart measurables.
It’s an absurd group that only an SEC team is capable of assembling. The 2026 Georgia Bulldogs are going to be terrifying on the offensive side and are going to need a 6-foot-6 quarterback so he can see over this group.
Nyier Daniels is the one with the most size at 6-foot-8 360 pounds. It appears he’s a fairly polished offensive lineman, but even if he isn’t there yet with his footwork and hand placement, he can survive by mauling edge rushers in the run game and just getting in their way.
Amarius Mims could be off to the NFL and the same goes for Xavier Truss, who was a senior last season. Sedrick Van Pran, UGA’s junior center could leave for the league too, so the Dawgs could be replacing multiple starters.
Even if they stay, Daniels should get a few opportunities as a swing tackle in the run game. If it's not Daniels, it’ll be 6-foot-6 365-pound Daniel Calhoun or 6-foot-5 335-pound Marques Easley. One of these giants is going to find their way onto the field.