The Georgia Bulldogs have a new coaching staff in place in 2016 with Kirby Smart coming to Athens. Here are five players that are most likely to improve.
With almost an entirely new coaching staff coming to Athens for the 2016 Georgia Bulldogs season, there are plenty of opportunities for players to improve on last year with a larger, more defined role with the football team this fall.
Dawg Nation knows that players like running back Nick Chubb, strong safety Dominick Sanders, and right guard Greg Pyke can all play at an All-SEC level. UGA fans are also well aware of many of the key signees to the 2016 recruiting class including tight end Isaac Nauta, running back Elijah Holyfield, wide receiver Charlie Woerner, and quarterback Jacob Eason.
While all of those guys are going to get their opportunities to prove to new head coach Kirby Smart and his staff that they are already stars or are on the fast track to becoming big time players in the SEC, this slideshow is about returning players that are most likely to become candidates for most improved player.
Last year, players like center Brandon Kublanow, running back Sony Michel, and cornerback Malkom Parrish were a few of the guys that stepped up big time in 2015 to help the Dawgs get to 10 wins for the second straight season. Entering Spring Practice, here are five players that I believe have a terrific chance to become the most improved players on the Georgia Bulldogs during the 2016 NCAA season.
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