- Kipp Adams, Reporter, RecruitingNation
If there were a position that Georgia has struggled to adequately maintain, it would have to be the offensive line. While the Bulldogs have improved recently, with eight offensive linemen signing the last two years, the position remains a question mark for the 2012 season. Injuries and attrition could leave the team in dire straits, so in 2013 Georgia will look to finally build the type of depth needed to dominate the line of scrimmage on offense. DawgNation takes a look at offensive line coach Will Friend and the Georgia staff's targeted prospects so far.
Offensive tackle targets
Laremy Tunsil (Lake City, Fla./Columbia)
6-foot-6, 285 pounds
As coveted as Avery Young was in last year's class, Tunsil could be even better. An incredible athlete, especially for his size, Tunsil could go the entire recruiting cycle, as Young did, before he is ready to make his decision. He remains open to all schools, but has said that Florida and Georgia are the two programs recruiting him the hardest. The Bulldogs will need to get Tunsil on campus as often as possible to have a shot to reel in potentially the top offensive lineman in Florida.
Injuries and attrition on the O-line could soon leave the Bulldogs in dire straits, so in 2013 Georgia will look to finally build the type of depth needed to dominate the line of scrimmage.