Sony Michel and Nick Chubb have moved on to the NFL.
It’s D’Andre Swift team now.
The Bulldogs freshman was the team’s third-leading rusher (597 yards) behind most the productive running back duo in college football last season. He was Georgia’s fourth-leading receiver with 15 catches for 146 yards.
Swift has been rated by the Sporting News as college football’s 15th best running back entering the 2018 season. They write about Swift:
He’s an electric, hard-hitting runner who’s all the more dangerous for his home-run threat and pass-catching ability. He’ll be the No. 1 back in a group that likely includes Zamir White and Elijah Holyfield.