Friday, August 26, 2011

Not deep, but wide

Georgia's offensive line may not be the deepest, but they might be most talented unit on the team.
Georgia has had several defections/injuries to its offensive line since last season and may be short on depth, but according to the ESPN Scouts Inc. staff, the Bulldogs enter the 2011 season with two of the highest-rated NFL draft eligible offensive linemen in college football.

The Scouts Inc. guys have Ben Jones as the top-rated center in the 2012 draft and Cordy Glenn as the top-rated guard in the 2012 draft. Glenn will play left tackle for the Bulldogs this season. 


AthensHomerDawg said...

I hope they are right. We sure can use some NFL talent on the OL right now.

Bernie said...

And I really think Bean is gonna have a great season. In Friend's scheme he's just gonna plow young children out of his way...and the way of our RBs.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Georgia Football Returns:

Remember last year......the Senator and the Mark Richt Apologists were saying this was the "MOST EXPERIENCED" offensive line in America......and look what happened!.....The "downhill" type strategy of Will Friend might be what we've needed to give the linemen an advantage...we hope! .....but the line has been such a disappointment and has underperformed for FIVE years!