By this point we all know that Malcolm Mitchell—Georgia’s breakout star on offense last season—will be playing defense this season as well. However, to this point, it was tough to say how much his defensive duties would take away from his offensive ones; Richt gives a little more insight here—although it’s easy to tell he’s not trying to give away too much.
In what had to be a sure sign of the universe righting itself in Dawgnation after the heartbreaking news that Kolton Houston would again be sidelined due to issues regarding the NCAA’s banned substance rule, the Georgia Bulldogs got a bit…
Virginia running back Derrick Green has narrowed his list to six schools and three of them are in the SEC— Tennessee, Auburn, and Ole Miss. At one point the Georgia Bulldogs were thought to be a possible school of choice, but the late nature of their offer (the Bulldogs reached out to Green in mid-July, shortly after the dismissal of Isaiah Crowell) likely didn’t help their cause much.
Georgia is still hoping to snag Alvin Kamara, who is said to be high on the Bulldogs, and perhaps get a visit from the recently de-committed Greg Bryant who has expressed an interest in playing in the SEC. Other schools in the running include Virginia Tech, Michigan, and Oregon.