National Signing day is a week away and soon we will know who the new additions to the Georgia football family will be. But before signing day and eventually spring practice, we should still have a pretty good idea who will be lining up for Georgia opening day in 2010. Here's a quick look at the Georgia offensive depth chart heading into National Signing day.
QB - Open
- This job is open right now, but I expect Aaron Murray to take hold of the position.
RB - Caleb King/Washaun Ealey
- Both backs are young and finished the '09 season playing great.
FB - Shaun Chapas
- Chapas and fellow senior Fred Munzenmaier should be a major force in the Georgia running game.
WR - AJ Green and Tavarres King
- Georgia is loaded at receiver. Behind Green and King, the Dawgs will have Marlon Brown, Rontavious Wooten, and Israel Troupe. And don't forget that Kris Durham will also be back from injury.
TE - Aron White
- Georgia may have the strongest TE crew in the country. In addition to White, Orson Charles is a major threat in the passing game. And with the return of Bruce Figgins, Georgia gets its best blocking tight end back.
LT - Clint Boling
- Boling is the most versatile player on the Georgia line, but really found his home at left tackle last year. If Trinton Sturdivant can come back again, he will be able to provide some relief for Boling.
LG - Cord Glenn
- Entering his third year as a starter, Glenn will only continue to improve.
C - Ben Jones
- An absolute beast in the middle, he may be on the pre-season All-SEC team.
RG - Chris Davis
- Senior guard who is backed up by Justin Anderson.
RT - Josh Davis
- Played great after stepping in when Clint Boling moved to left tackle.
I personally feel Georgia may have one of the best all around offenses in the SEC. If Murray can step into the QB role, Georgia could be an offensive juggernaut in 2010.