Where did UGA land in the way-too-early 2019 rankings?

Who says there’s an offseason when it comes to college football?

Hours after Clemson throttled Alabama 44-16 Monday night to win the College Football Playoff national championship, ESPN released its way-too-early look at the top teams for the 2019 season.

As expected, Clemson and Alabama are ranked first and second followed by the Georgia Bulldogs at No. 3.

Here’s some of what was said about Georgia’s outlook for 2019:

“The Bulldogs started 11 freshmen or sophomores in 2018, and coach Kirby Smart is adding a second straight top-two recruiting class.

They'll need help from a bunch of underclassmen in 2019, after four juniors -- Holyfield, Nauta, Ridley and Hardman -- left early for the NFL draft.”

Ohio State and Notre Dame rounded out the top 5. Check out the top 10 below and see the entire list here.