Players to Watch

As the bulldogs prepare for the season ahead, fans should keep a close eye on these key players.

With the season soon approaching South looks at a group of players to watch.

Head coach Kirby Smart has three players that could capture the starting quarterback position in the fall. Who will it be?
The contenders boil down to freshman Jacob Eason, senior Grayson Lambert and junior Brice Ramsey.

Eason got the fans behind him when he took the field at the spring G-day game. The crowd got up on their feet as Eason completed 19 of 29 passes for a total of 244 yards and a touchdown pass.

As a starting quarterback in 2015, Lambert won ten games last year for Georgia. If he starts the first game against North Carolina, will he finish it? He's going to have to make big plays with few errors to stay in the pocket. 

Ramsey was signed to Georgia as a quarterback but has watched from the sidelines as Greyson Lambert commanded the field. But he did see play time, mostly as a punter, averaging 44.7 yards last season. Fans will have to wait and see where Ramsey is positioned on the field this season. 

We love all our dawgs but these are some players to watch. 

Lorenzo Carter is a force to be reckoned with. In 2015, he had a total of 19 tackles and two forced fumbles, including a season best five tackles against number 13 Alabama.

Sony Michel was voted offensive MVP in 2015, Sony Michel's career at Georgia continues to impress. With over five, 100 yards rushing and 26 receptions for 270 yards last season, fans will look to Michel to spur the Bulldogs to victory. 

Issac Nauta was named the 2016 number on tight end recruit by 247, Nauta is sure to be one to watch. He had a strong showing at the G-Day game, catching six passes for 56 yards and scoring a touchdown. 

Dominick Sanders' career highs include five tackles against Florida and a 22- yard interception at Missouri in 2014. In 2015, he had a total of 34 tackles, three interceptions and one fumble return for 54 yards and a touchdown. 

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