The Atlanta Journal-Constitution



Returning starters: None Starters lost: Kenny Mcintosh All eyes on: Kendall Milton (6 feet 1, 220, Sr.) and Daijun Edwards (5-10, 201, Sr.)

Outlook: The Bulldogs feel strongly that their reputation as “Running Back University” will remain intact. Milton and Edwards are very experience­d players. Between them, they’ve played in 66 games the past three seasons, with Milton recording the only start of the two last season against Georgia Tech. They’ll both be adjusting to a new coordinato­r in Mike Bobo and a new quarterbac­k in whomever wins that job, so getting used to that will be the primary focus of spring camp. But so will be staying healthy. For that reason, expect “The Brothers Robinson” to get a lot of the scrimmage work and live reps. Branson Robinson and Roderick Robinson II aren’t really brothers, but they might feel like it after spending as much time together as they will this spring. Branson Robinson, a former 5-star recruit out of Canton, Miss., came on at the end of last season and finished with 330 yards and 3 TDS while appearing in 12 games. Roderick Robinson is a 6-0, 235-pound early enrollee from San Diego, who became a 4-star prospect after gaining 2,378 yards and 39 touchdowns as a high school senior. Georgia is not expected to have Andrew Paul available for live action in the spring session. He suffered an ACL tear in preseason camp in August and redshirted while rehabbing this past season. But he’ll be in meetings and walk-throughs with the hopes of possibly getting on the field in preseason camp late this summer.

Up next: Linebacker­s

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