The X’s & O’s
There’s obviously plenty of excitement around UGA’s tight-end room as the 2022 season draws closer. As far as preseason hype goes, the buzz around Georgia’s group of TE’s is well justified.
First off, Georgia already uses A LOT of 12 Personnel (2 tight end) sets. People have asked me all offseason how UGA is going to use all of these tight ends. The reality is that Monken laid a pretty good blueprint in 2021, but far fewer eyes were watching Georgia’s tight ends.
We know two things for sure about Georgia’s secondary
1. Kelee Ringo will be UGA’s top Cornerback.
2. Christopher Smith will return at Safety to anchor the back end of Georgia’s defense.
Kelee Ringo started last season as the ultra talented recruit who Georgia was hoping would hold up opposite of established veteran Derion Kendrick. He had some freshman moments early in the season, but as the year went along he proved himself.
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We continue our detailed position group previews this week with a look at UGA’s Inside Receivers for 2022. While much of the talk this offseason has been rightfully focused on UGA’s potentially historic group of Tight-Ends, the Dawgs will quietly deploy one of the best groups of inside receivers in the SEC and maybe all of college football.
In 2021, 56.2% of Stetson Bennett’s pass attempts came in the middle of the field. That was down slightly from the 61.5% of his attempts that came betw