- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
It’s Rankings Week at DawgNation. Each day this week, we’ll rank some aspect of Georgia’s football program and the teams and players the Bulldogs will face in the 2013 season.
Today we’re ranking the top 10 freshmen we believe are most likely to make an impact this fall. On Friday, we’ll look at Georgia’s top five areas of need in the 2014 recruiting class and some of the players the Bulldogs are pursuing to fill those holes.
1. Tray Matthews: The most obvious choice on the list, Matthews enrolled in January, was a breakout performer during spring practice and put himself in position to start at free safety by the end of the spring. The big hitter with solid coverage skills is a lock to contribute and could be one of the SEC’s top freshmen this fall.
2dAlex Scarborough and Greg Ostendorf
2dSharon Katz, ESPN Stats & Information
4dEdward Aschoff and Alex Scarborough
4dAlex Scarborough and Greg Ostendorf
8dAlex Scarborough and Greg Ostendorf