Bulldog fans don’t need a reminder that they lost 14 starters to the 2021 draft. They don’t need a reminder that they lost the likes of Zamir White and James Cook. Georgia diehards also don’t need a reminder that the wide receiver room has several new, young, and inexperienced players. But, a reminder from head coach Kirby Smart is exactly what they got Saturday when Smart spoke to reporters about the team’s recent scrimmage.

Georgia may have an uphill climb to their next championship, but Running Back University won’t be closing at Georgia anytime soon. The Bulldogs have a stable of healthy new RBs, including newcomers Branson Robinson and Andrew Paul. Smart called the newcomers ” “thick” and “tough to tackle”, with Robinson being compared by some to a smaller Nick Chubb.

The 4-star, 5-10, 220-pound Robinson committed to Georgia in July of 2021 over offers from several schools, including Tennessee. He looks to make an impact beside 3-star fellow RB Andrew Paul. Paul, also measuring in at 5-10 and 220, wasn’t swayed by tough recruitment from Clemson, ultimately committing to the Bulldogs. The talented freshmen will join returns Kendall Milton, Kenny McIntosh, and Deijon Edwards.