With Georgia's annual G-Day spring game just a few short days away, fans anxiously await the opportunity to witness the team's progress firsthand.
On the defensive side of the ball, there's plenty to monitor as new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt and his band of new assistants will roll out the first rendition of the Dawgs' new defense. From what's been said thus far, the scheme is faster and simpler than what was coordinated by Todd Grantham in years past.
Offensively, senior quarterback Hutson Mason is continuing to settle in as he embraces his role under center as a full-time starter. He has plenty of weapons to utilize, but is he developing lasting chemistry with his fellow offensive stars?
With so many moving pieces and a plethora of personnel expected to see the field, fans should focus on these five players as a litmus test of Georgia's spring improvements.
Here are the five Bulldogs to watch in Saturday's spring game as prioritized by their potential impact this fall.