Georgia's football team finished with two AP All-Americans in 2011. Red-shirt sophomore Jarvis Jones and junior safety Bacarri Rambo landed the honors.
Heading into 2012's spring season, Georgia is riding high expectations thanks to the return of quarterback Aaron Murray, who will play his third straight year as the team's starting quarterback, and nine starters from a defense that finished as one of the top-five units in the country.
Georgia is considered to be the third team in the SEC's 14-team league that will contend for a national championship in the fall, with LSU and Alabama heading the charge.
But, the Bulldogs are primed, with a softer schedule, to run the table. Top recruiting classes by Mark Richt and the rest of the coaching staff has ensured a bright future, but many returning upperclassmen have emerged as top names and contenders for All-American spots.
Here's a list of eight players on Georgia's roster who could be considered the nation's best at their respective positions before their careers are over.