Georgia has some known quantities who have lived up to expectations in 2019 — Jake Fromm has been his steady self, D’Andre Swift is leading the way at tailback, while players like Monty Rice, J.R. Reed and Tyler Clark are delivering on defense. But that doesn’t mean that the door’s not open for some younger players (and maybe some not-so-young players) to make their own mark as the campaign moves on, maybe as soon as Saturday at Tennessee.

Here’s a few Bulldogs that might be worth keeping an eye on in the coming weeks:

WR Lawrence Cager

We didn’t see a great deal from the grad transfer from Miami at the beginning of the season as he had a pair of quiet games against Vanderbilt and Arkansas State while being held out against Murray State. Against Notre Dame, though, he was anything but quiet, hauling in a career-best 5 catches for 82 yards — including a pretty end-zone grab early in the 4th quarter. Cager never really latched on with the Canes (he had 21 catches all of last year), but a great showing against the Irish could be a sign of him playing a bigger role in offensive coordinator James Coley’s system.

TE Eli Wolf

Another grad transfer who might work his way into a bigger offensive role after the open week: Wolf had 8 catches in 8 games with Tennessee in 2017 and 2018. Through 4 games this year, he already has 6, including a 4-catch, 73-yard performance against Murray State. We saw Isaac Nauta develop into a key receiving option for Jake Fromm at the tight end spot throughout his career. Could Wolf take over that mantle this season as he continues to acclimate himself? He might be a player to keep an especially close watch on as he faces his former team on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

LB Azeez Ojulari

There’s a young core of players at the Jack linebacker slot for defensive coordinator Dan Lanning to work with. After donning a redshirt after 2 games last year, it looks like Ojulari is prepared to fill the role that D’Andre Walker held down so well during his 4-year tenure between the hedges. Through 4 games, the Marietta, Ga. product has 9 tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss and 1.5 sacks, while leading the defense with 9 quarterback hurry-ups. While the Bulldogs weren’t prolific in the sack department last year — they ranked 12th in the SEC with 24 — they have 12 through 4 games already, and Ojulari is a big part of that.

LB Quay Walker

After seeing most of his time on special teams as a freshman, Walker has been slotted behind Tae Crowder at the Mike linebacker position and has totaled 10 tackles and a sack across the first 4 games. While he probably won’t get a huge amount of time backing up the redshirt senior, that doesn’t mean that he won’t take the next step in his development and end up being featured more in the rotation as the calendar moves toward the latter stages of the season. Either way, you have to like what he can bring to the table. (Tennessee fans at Neyland this weekend probably won’t appreciate what he did in February 2018.)

CB Tyrique Stevenson

Georgia’s cornerback room is a little banged up: Eric Stokes hurt his right knee against Notre Dame and was deemed less than 100 percent by Kirby Smart, and Tyson Campbell went down in the win against Arkansas State. That should equal a much bigger role for Stevenson, who has seen action in every game. Look for Tennessee to challenge the true freshman’s side of the field Saturday if he does end up starting in place of one of the injured cornerbacks.