- Kipp Adams, Reporter, RecruitingNation
Through the past few years, the Georgia Bulldogs have put together a solid group of wide receivers, yet with SEC All-Freshman selection Malcolm Mitchell being pulled to the secondary indefinitely, the corps once again could be without a consistent playmaker following the early departure of A.J. Green to the NFL. Marlon Brown and Tavarres King, two of the most highly touted wideouts on the roster, will graduate after the upcoming season.
The situation is similar at tight end, where three talented yet unproven tight ends look to replace All-American Orson Charles this fall.
The Bulldogs are stocked with quarterback talent for the foreseeable future, so now the priority is to add several wideouts and an elite tight end for 2013. DawgNation takes a look at where things stand in regard to help at receiver.
One look at the Bulldogs' recruiting board shows Georgia's dire need for playmakers at the wide receiver and tight end positions.