Who are Georgia's next all-time greats 

July, 12, 2013
ATHENS, Ga. -- Throughout the week, we have highlighted some of the top players in Georgia history with our DawgNation all-time draft series.

Included among our draft picks were former Bulldogs such as Jarvis Jones, Brandon Boykin, Drew Butler, Ben Jones and A.J. Green who played for Georgia within the last couple of seasons. Along those lines, let’s take a look at four active Bulldogs who might someday rank among the program’s best at their respective positions.

Todd Gurley, Aaron Murray
Daniel Shirey/US PresswireTodd Gurley and Aaron Murray can add to their eye-popping numbers.
Quarterback Aaron Murray: Murray is the closest to making the all-timer list, having already set a handful of program and SEC passing records. He’s the only quarterback in SEC history to pass for more than 3,000 yards in three different seasons. By the end of this season, Murray could conceivably hold conference records for pass attempts, completions, passing yards and touchdowns. The one knock against him is that Georgia hasn’t won a conference title with Murray directing the offense. If he remedies that issue this season, Murray will undoubtedly rank among Georgia’s best quarterbacks of any era.

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