Ht./Wt.: 6- 1/210
Stats: 3,149 passing yards, 35 TD, 14 INT, 111 rushing yards (2011)
Outlook: After a solid freshman season, Murray took a major step forward last season, especially in the area of cutting down on the mistakes. Murray is getting some Heisman Trophy mention during the preseason. If he can lead Georgia to an SEC title, he may indeed get to New York for the ceremony.
Stats: 665 receiving yards, 45 catches, 4 TD (2011)
Outlook: It speaks to the depth Georgia has at wide receiver and the desperation of having members of the secondary facing suspensions that Mitchell is playing cornerback. Georgia's best receiver last year is moving to cornerback, at least for the start of the season. He can be a star at either position.
Ht./Wt.: 6- 1/200
Stats: 705 receiving yards, 47 catches, 8 TD (2011)
Outlook: The veteran is Georgia's best deep threat with Mitchell on defense now, and will be Murray's favorite target. King also took a major step forward last season after a couple of years where he didn't quite reach expectations.
Stats: 72 tackles, 4 INT (2011)
Outlook: Williams' talents are known to close watchers of the team, and this could be the year he finally emerges nationally.
Stats: 3 sacks, 28 tackles (2011)
Outlook: Big John has a chance to be a first-round pick next April, and could help Georgia be a stiff defense against the run.
Stats: 5 sacks, 17 tackles (2011)
Outlook: Moved from outside linebacker to end to give the line more athleticism, Washington should equal or surpass his sack total from 2011