- Kipp Adams, Reporter, RecruitingNation
They say it all starts up front, in the trenches. For the Georgia Bulldogs, Year 2 of defensive coordinator Todd Grantham's 3-4 scheme, compared with the inaugural year, was like night and day, and much of the success can be attributed to having the proper guys along the defensive line.
Having bigger linemen who can hold up at the line of scrimmage and take on blockers is paramount to the success of the Bulldogs' linebacking corps. With the graduation of John Jenkins and Abry Jones -- along with the possible early departure of Kwame Geathers -- Georgia will be faced with replacing its top three contributors from the 2011 season.
With that in mind, DawgNation takes a look at what Georgia is doing on the recruiting trail to try to fill those big holes:
Georgia and defensive coordinator Todd Grantham will have to hit the recruiting trail hard this year in order to fill some pending big holes along the defensive line.