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Marlon Brown- One of the most talented receivers on Georgia, Brown has the potential to be a true standout. He has had a minimal impact on the team thus far in his career, but next year could be a breakout season.
He came out of High School as one of the most coveted receiver prospects in the nation. With his 6’5” frame, he has the potential to be a true number one receiver. Expect him to have similar production to Kris Durham.
Tavarres King- He has shown consistent improvement during his career at Georgia. Coming into his junior season King appears to be the Dawgs number one receiver threat. He has decent size at 6’1” and above average speed but his history of dropped balls makes him an unattractive number one receiver. He has the potential to emerge as a great receiver but as of right now, if he is leading the receiving core, UGA will struggle to pass.
Rantavious Wooten- He proved that he could be solid compliment to the UGA receiving core as a freshman but did not make much of an impact last year. He can be a decent compliment to the rest of the receivers. He will have a much larger role in 2011.
Michael Bennett- Since he was redshirted his freshman year, he is not very well known. However, he has the potential to make an impact out of the slot this year. The redshirt year allowed him to fill out his 6’3” frame. Bennett is sure handed that runs crisp routes. He is extremely agile and deceptively fast. This will allow him to make an instant impact out of the slot.
Justin Scott-Wesley- As an incoming freshman, Scott-Wesley has the raw speed to make an instant impact. He is not fully developed yet, but if he is able to have a successful summer in Athens, he may be used in specific formations to stretch the field.
Malcolm Mitchell- Anyone that saw the Under Armour All American Game remembers this guy. He used pure speed to blow by the corner guarding him on his way to a 40 yard touchdown. He is another guy that is still undecided on which college to attend, but Georgia is in his final two. If he does decide to attend UGA, he will have an instant impact.