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Sophomores Poised to Make a Big Jump for Georgia in 2024.
The Bulldogs have plenty of depth on both sides of the ball, but some of the sophomores will get a chance to step up this fall.

Georgia players had a great performance at the Senior Bowl practice before Saturday’s game. It was another showcase for Georgia and its talent ahead of another productive NFL Draft for the program and its former stars. But with every player that enters the draft, there are holes on the depth chart that need to be filled.

Kirby Smart built an elite recruiting program, and when the Bulldogs signed the nation’s number one class last December, players in the class of 2023 had the best chance to fill it. the cow A year of intense training programs, a full season of practice and effective game placement will help turn these players into gifted players. Here are some players to keep an eye on as they move from first to second.

   Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Jordan Hall (44) takes a selfie for a fan after an NCAA football game at EverBank Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2023, in Jacksonville, Florida. Georgia defeated Florida 43-20.
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Jordan Hall – DL – 6and#039;4 – 320 lbs
Hall is built like an oak and Georgia needs to step up this fall.
The defensive line had key contributors returning for their senior seasons, but were not challenged last year. Hall has the length to line up at tackle or end, and the running back is quick inside. Appeared in 10 games as a rookie and recorded 10 hits.

   CJ Allen – ILB – 6’1 – 233 lbs
Georgia fans got a chance to see more of Allen after Jamon Dumas-Johson suffered a hamstring injury last year. The freshman started at Georgia, saw a top-10 matchup against Ole Miss and never relinquished that role. Dumas-Johnson is currently at Kentucky, and Allenand now has that role. Heand will also replace former Roquan Smith, Tae Crowder and Nakobe Dean. Those are big shoes to fill.

Joenel Aguero – S – 5 & #039;11 – 205 lbs
Like Allen and Hall, Aguero saw some playing time as a freshman, but mostly as a special teams player last year. With Javon Bullard and Tykee Smith leaving for the NFL and Caleb Downs choosing Ohio State for the Dawgs, the door is open for Aguero to see big touches against Malachi Starks.

   Heand, a top-50 prospect coming out of high school, showed the instincts to make a statement and run well on the road in support of the running backs..

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