Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken is happy with the Bulldogs’ options at backup quarterback as they move through fall camp.

While he says Carson Beck was the backup after spring ball, true freshman Brock Vandagriff and veteran Stetson Bennett are also in the mix.

“You know with Brock (Vandergriff), it’s hard to assess a freshman player that comes in, in the Spring and we put a lot on those guys, and so right away they’re not able to really show their ability because they are processing so much,” Monken told reporters on Thursday. “It slows down their feet. Slows down some of those things, but it has been tremendous there. Obviously, Stetson (Bennett), and Stetson has greatly improved.”

Vandagriff is a Georgia native and was the No. 4 overall quarterback in the country for the class of 2021, according to 247Sports Composite rankings.

Bennett played in eight games last year for Georgia. He completed 55.5 percent of his passes for 1,179 yards, 8 touchdowns and 6 interceptions.

Beck is entering his redshirt freshman season and played in just one game last season. He was impressive in the spring, throwing for 236 yards and two touchdowns in the G-Day spring game.

Monken also said the Bulldogs’ next two scrimmages will go a long way toward naming a backup for JT Daniels.

“We’re still in the process of evaluating that, and the next two scrimmages will have a lot to say with that in terms of how we end up going in the first game,” Monken said. “I’ve been pleased with all four of them, and especially the other guys, Stetson, to be commended because it hasn’t been easy. You go from being a starter to, hey you’re competing with other guys for just the backup spot or the third spot, but he’s worked awfully hard. He’s really intelligent, and he has improved a ton. We are fired up about the group.”

Georgia opens the 2021 season against Clemson on Sept. 4.