Three Players Who Could Have A Break Out Game Against Vanderbilt

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Three Players Who Could Have A Break Out Game Against Vanderbilt

Here are three players that could potentially have a breakout game against the Commodores today.

Demetris Robertson:

The UGA bench tells Demetris Robertson (16) he is going to score
The UGA bench tells Demetris Robertson (16) he is going to score

Everyone has been waiting on Robertson’s emergence because its a matter of when not if. The 5-star transfer wide receiver hasn’t seen the field much but could get a healthy amount of snaps considering this game should get out of hand in the second half. He has all the tools, is an elite playmaker, and electrifying with the ball in his hands. It’s only a matter of time before Georgia utilizes his skill set in the passing game because the matchup in Death Valley is going to take all the Bulldogs can handle.

Justin Fields:

Justin Fields (1)
Justin Fields (1)

Fields is coming off a game where he played split drives with Jake Fromm. I think you will see him even more against Vanderbilt and Jim Chaney will let it all hang out for the freshman. It is crucial that Fields is ready for the LSU game and what better way to get him tuned up then against Vanderbilt. Expect to see Fields early and often making plays all day for the Bulldogs.

Brenton Cox:

Brenton Cox (1)
Brenton Cox (1)

5-star true freshman defensive end Brenton Cox has played a significant amount of snaps this year and has performed exceptionally well. His specialty is rushing the passer, and he’s been extremely close a couple of times to causing a turnover/sack. I think you will see him get one of those this game and get the monkey off his back.  Once he gets comfortable, the edge rushers become even scarier as the Bulldogs already have D’Andre Walker who is a sack master. Georgia should bother Kyle Shurmur all day, and I expect Cox to lead the way.

 

 

 

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