He graduated. Who will play center?
[break] [break] David Andrews was a model of consistency during his career. To a great extent his leadership and skill made Georgia’s prolific offense hum. Now he must be replaced. In 2014 when Andrews was injured the offense sputtered.
The list below contains all returning offensive linemen. Incoming freshmen linemen are not included and if UGA has to use a true freshman as its starting center, SEC defenses will be licking their chops.
Pretend you are first year offensive line coach Rob Sale – who are the candidate to replace David Andrews?
|72||Glenn Welch||C||RS FR||6-3||280||Jesup, Ga./Wayne County|
|73||Greg Pyke||OG||RS SO||6-6||321||Baltimore, Md./The Boys’ Latin School|
|74||Thomas Swilley||OG||RS FR||6-3||301||Athens, Ga./Cedar Shoals|
|66||Hunter Long||OG||JR||6-4||302||Memphis, Tenn./Briarcrest Christian|
|58||Billy Seward||OG||RS FR||6-3||270||Watkinsville, Ga./Oconee County HS|
|67||Michael Scullin||OG||RS FR||6-2||285||Cumming, Ga./South Forsyth|
|60||Josh Cardiello||OG||RS FR||6-3||297||Buford, Ga./Buford HS|
|54||Brandon Kublanow||OG||SO||6-3||294||Marietta, Ga./Walton HS|
|70||Aulden Bynum||OG||RS FR||6-5||276||Valdosta, Ga./Valwood School|
|64||Jake Edwards||OL||FR||6-4||273||Franklin, Ga./Heard County HS|
|65||Kendall Baker||OL||FR||6-6||310||Atlanta, Ga./Marist|
|55||Dyshon Sims||OL||FR||6-4||302||Valdosta, Ga./Lowndes HS|
|77||Isaiah Wynn||OL||FR||6-2||283||St. Petersburg, Fla./Lakewood HS|
|68||Eddie McQuillen||OT||JR||6-8||286||Newnan, Ga./Trinity Christian|
|57||Alex Essex||OT||FR||6-5||269||Richmond, Va./St. Christopher’s|
|71||John Theus||OT||JR||6-6||313||Jacksonville, Fla./Bolles|
|75||Kolton Houston||OT||SR||6-5||287||Buford, Ga./Buford HS|
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