The Georgia Bulldogs needed a shot in the arm after a disappointing 6-7 campaign in 2010.
A top-five recruiting class hailed as the "Dream Team."
This class consisted of some of the top players not only from the state of Georgia, but nationwide as well.
These young pups are primed to aid Georgia's return to the top in 2011.
One of the most highly touted recruits in the country, Isaiah Crowell will come in and immediately play for the 'Dawgs.
With the departure of Caleb King, Crowell could very well be in the backfield for the first snap against Boise State.
This speedster has been impressing the coaching staff all summer.
He's got the versatility to play receiver or cornerback, and is getting a serious look at returning kicks.
He reminds some analysts of another former Georgia standout, Champ Bailey.
One of the top recruits in the 2011 class, Ray Drew will look to fill the void left by standout Justin Houston.
At 6'5", 250 lbs., Drew will fit in perfectly with coach Todd Grantham's attacking style of defense.
He may not start initially, but he will definitely get some meaningful early snaps.
With Richard Samuel moving back to running back, look for Kent Turene to get extended looks at inside linebacker.
He'll be able to provide some beef up the middle for the 'Dawgs and, like Drew, look for Turene to play early.
Though Marshall was an elite quarterback in high school, he will suit up at corner for the 'Dawgs.
Marshall has elite speed and ball skills, and will get immediate looks on defense and special teams.