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I think Jarvis and Tree are for sure gone. Geathers, G Smith and Murray are biggest question marks. Hope those guys stay
Jarvis = gone. Crazy to come back. I'd love it, but there is no rational reason for him to return. Murray = stays. Won't really improve his draft stock much (he won't get taller) and he's already graduated. So there's no great financial reason to stay. But he likes UGA and can go from really good UGA QB to UGA legend with a big year next year. I think that sways him. Geathers = should come back but I think he's gone. Despite great improvement, his body is still soft and he does not dominate the way he could. He's solid now, but could really prove his wares as the full time starter next year. G. Smith = Stays. My favorite player on the team. Blue collar. Hard worker. Anchors down against the run. Will be a leader. He's still relatively anonymous nationally and wouldn't be a combine wonder, so he could really improve his draft stock with solid play next year (basically the polar opposite of Cornelius Washington). Then, there's Ogletree = Gone. He is a freak athlete and will likely be a Top 15 to 25 pick. But he really struggled to get off of blocks against Alabama, and he overran several plays, allowing the RB to cut back and gain additional yardage. If he doesn't put up the numbers at the combine that everyone expects him to put up, he could drop to late first round or second round because he's still not great when offensive linemen get their hands on him (though he is a sight to behold running sideline to sideline). I think he could move to definite Top 10 status if he were to return, put on another solid 10 pounds, and develop the ability to get off of blocks quicker.
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