G-Day is over, and the 15 spring practices for the Bulldogs are now over as well. Several players stood out on Saturday, while some position groups showed that they need to keep getting better over the offseason.
After the Red Team beat the Black Team 31–26, we learned the following about each position group.
Carson Beck gave a very strong argument for why he should be the starting quarterback. While working with the first-team offense, he was quick and spread the ball around, completing 13 of 18 passes for 211 yards.
Brock Vandagriff and Gunner Stockton both made plays, which showed how athletic each quarterback is. But both quarterbacks also lost the ball.
Vandagriff threw it away, and Tykee Smith picked it up. Raylen Wilson, a linebacker, caught the ball after it hit a receiver and bounced back to him.
This isn't an A because of the turnovers, but each quarterback did some good things on Saturday to show that Georgia still has a lot of talent even though they lost Stetson Bennett.
Rarely do running backs have good spring games. Georgia only gained 84 yards by running the ball 34 times. Vandagriff's run of 22 yards was the longest of the day.
Kenny McIntosh caught a lot of passes last season, but Daijun Edwards only caught two passes for 13 yards. This is a far cry from what Kenny McIntosh could do as a pass catcher.