ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 12: Bacarri Rambo #18 of the Georgia Bulldogs intercepts a pass intended for Dimitri Reese #84 of the Auburn Tigers and returns it for a touchdown at Sanford Stadium on November 12, 2011 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Georgia's next recruiting class should be expected to include receivers, defensive backs and at least one big defensive lineman.
The Georgia Bulldogs have done a solid job of keeping talent coming into Athens, though they've also had to deal with plenty of attrition, as evidenced most recently by three Dream Teamers likely heading to JUCOs. As we look ahead to next year's recruiting class, here's a glance at the position groups the Dawgs will need to resupply. The number of departing players at each group, counting rising seniors and booted players:
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That won't necessarily be all, as QB Aaron Murray, LB Jarvis Jones and DE Kwame Geathers are among the rising juniors who could find themselves highly regarded by NFL scouts. Plus we shouldn't be surprised to see at least one more player add himself to the outgoing list for reasons other than NFL Draft early entry, so to speak.
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