Georgia Bulldogs entered Saturday’s match with Florida quite successfully. The Bulldogs had a defensive injury after a ball against Kentucky and went into the game with players like George Pickens and Kenny McIntosh ready.
Add in the injuries Richard LeCounte suffered in his traffic crash on Saturday night, and the Bulldogs enter their biggest game of the season with some questions about who will fill the bridges This prime.
But as LeCounte said on Saturday after beating Kentucky, the Bulldogs must have their next step up.
“Sorry to say it, but that̵7;s really the next in the profession,” said LeCounte. “We have people who come here to do these things. Some of the boys have been prepared well and we are ready to come back next week and fix what needs fixing.
“We have a lot of guys waiting to have a chance to show what they can do, and I am” very excited for those people and I pray for a quick recovery for the wounded. “
So who of those could be? Georgia has recruited better than almost anyone in recent seasons and they have players they can fill out. Many players are highly recruited and some have played a key role this season. Below, we take a look at who will next join the Georgia Bulldogs.
Running again Kenny McIntosh: The men next, Zamir White and Kendall Milton
McIntosh did not travel to Kentucky after suffering a knee injury against Alabama. Georgia coach Kirby Smart said he hopes the run back will be fine.
Against the Wildcats, we saw White and Milton pick up more carry. White made 26 career top shots while scoring 136 career shots. Milton has eight shots in 31 meters.
Georgia also has James Cook, although his skill set is different from McIntosh. Cook is the lead Georgia in the number of pitches in the past two matches.
“It’s just all about winning,” Cook said. “I know if I can beat the man facing me, I will have all confidence in the world. I know I’m healthy and versatile, so I can beat him. ”
Georgia Pickens Extender: Next up, Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint
Smart provided more detailed information on Pickens’ state on Wednesday, striving for it to be pain-tolerant.
Without Pickens for the Kentucky game, Georgia has turned to Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint. Freshman’s broad receiver didn’t get to grips with the game, and it appeared there was a bit of misinformation that led to the Stetson Bennett interception.
With youthfulness being what it does on a large scale, Smart underlines the importance of having Saturday Pickens against Gator. He is second in the team this year.
“We need him in the best position to get us to where we need to offend,” Smart said.
Related: Kirby Smart updated the injury status of Georgia stars such as George Pickens, Jordan Davis
Ben Cleveland Attack Guide: Next one, Warren Ericson
Cleveland did not play in the second half of the match against Kentucky due to a downside injury. He was supposed to be good against Florida, with Smart saying he would be fine.
In the event that Cleveland does not get well or boom again, Georgia will turn to Ericson. Second year redshirt had the ability to play defense or center back but Georgia played him to defend the Wildcats.
“You have to be ready,” said Ericson. “That is just my role this year and it is something I have personally assumed and will do my best. When it’s my chance to get into the game, I won’t let my brothers down when I come so it’s just my business. “
Defender Jordan Davis: Next up, Devonte Wyatt, Jalen Carter
Intelligence is still more hopeful than perhaps initially indicated. Davis left in the first half of the match against Kentucky with an elbow injury. He is seen in the second half wearing a carrier on his right arm.
“Jordan is still day by day, we hope he will be able to leave,” Smart said on the SEC Coaches Interview Conference on Wednesday. “Obviously (Tuesday) we didn’t practice, so there’s not a lot of stuff there, but we’re trying to bring him back even if it’s just a role.
“We think he can play a role in the game, so hopefully he can.”
Davis is probably the irreplaceable part of the Georgia team as he plays a mid-defense role and the fact that he doesn’t have a pure substitute. Georgia will ask senior Devonte Wyatt and freshman Jalen Carter to play more with Florida, just like they did with Kentucky.
Bulldogs will likely switch to Julian Rochester as well, but. He passed away with a knee injury and he was ruled out.
Defensive midfielder Julian Rochester: Successors, Warren Brinson, Nazir Stackhouse
So with an important piece of depth in Rochester, Georgia will be looking at some of its 2020 members to play more. That’s what the Bulldogs did against Kentucky, with Brinson and Stackhouse seeing more errors.
Smart talked about his defensive recruits after the game against Kentucky.
“The Naz have to play, who is working hard with the scouting team,” said Smart. “I have to watch him play. And Warren Brinson played more. So we have to get some help out of it. We have some returnees that we think can help us. “
Linebacker Quay Walker: The following men, Monty Rice, Nakobe Dean and Channing Tindall
Walker left the match against Kentucky after receiving a few friendly shots from LeCounte. He left the game with a neck injury but Georgia hopes he will be fine for Saturday.
Georgia also has options at the back line in case Walker is slowed down with the likes of Rice, Dean and Tindall. Rice was injured in the leg but when Walker left the game in Kentucky, Rice came in and created a fumbling situation in the match. He also played through the Alabama match with injury.
Dean meanwhile continues to act and lead the Georgia team in the kicks.
“Some boys have to move forward,” Dean said of Rice’s message to young players. “We have to play differently from the guys who get out and everything. We’re reaching the mid-season point where we have to take our game up. “
Safety Richard LeCounte: The next one, Christopher Smith
While LeCounte got the good news on Wednesday as he left the hospital, he won’t sue on Saturday. That’s a big blow for the Bulldogs.
Georgia despite the experience this season playing without LeCounte as he was pushed out in the second half of the Auburn game due to targeting.
Smith came on for Georgia in that match just as he did with Kentucky when Lewis Cine left the field with an ankle injury.
“Chris [Smith] has contributed a lot to us, ”said Smart. “Richard stepped out of a game to target, and then he came and played for Lewis the other day. We feel like Chris has had a lot of experience.
“Chris worked really hard in training and he was ready to play.”
Smith has appeared in every game this season, scoring nine tackles and two quick shots.
Lewis Cine Safety: Follow-ups, Mark Webb, Tyrique Stevenson, Major Burns
Cine’s status is similar to that of Walker, where Georgia expected him to play after failing to finish the match against Kentucky.
Along with Cine, Georgia has a number of bodies with which it can move around in high school. It can move Webb or Stevenson from Star position to safety.
“Tyrique Stevenson worked there, [Latavious] Brini worked there, ”Smart said. We’ve got Major Burns working there, so that’s what it looks safe to do. “
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