Georgia has won back-to-back national titles, but this offseason will be one of major changes in Athens.

First, Georgia has a new offensive coordinator (Mike Bobo) and a new quarterback to replace Stetson Bennett IV.

The Bulldogs also have a revamped receiving corps, and a pair of transfers is who ESPN has highlighted as Georgia’s “newcomer to watch,” mentioning both Rara Thomas and Dominic Lovett:

Newcomer to watch: Two players who will be key in ensuring a smooth transition at quarterback will be wide receivers Rara Thomas and Dominic Lovett, a pair of transfers from Mississippi State and Missouri, respectively. Having Brock Bowers available to whoever wins the quarterback battle will be great, but the Bulldogs have lacked a stable, healthy wide receiving corps the last couple of seasons.

As the section above mentions, health will be key for Lovett and Thomas. AD Mitchell, Kearis Jackson, Ladd McConkey and other Georgia receivers in recent years have had trouble staying on the field and playing at 100% health.

We’ll see if Thomas and Lovett, a pair of immediate impact transfers, can give whoever wins the Georgia QB job more consistency at the receiver position as the Dawgs go for their third-straight national championship this fall.