Georgia’s rushing attack was good in 2021. When it needed to pick up yards, whether it be late in games against Clemson or Alabama, it proved capable of doing so. But great would not be a word used to describe Georgia’s ability to run the ball last season.
If things work out the way they might in 2022, there’s a real chance Georgia may once again have a great rushing attack on the offensive side of the ball.
Talent in the running back room was not the issue last year, as we saw James Cook and Zamir White both get drafted in last month’s NFL draft.
Yet with Kendall Milton and Kenny McIntosh returning, there might not be the same level of drop-off at the position compared to say that of linebacker, where Georgia also had multiple players drafted.
Consider the recent praise McIntosh received from Senior Bowl executive director Jim Nagy, who tabbed the versatile senior as a breakout candidate.
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