As Georgia football gets ready to head into their quest of a three-peat in 2023, their depth chart will look a little different than it was a year ago. There are some very familiar faces still on the team, but the likes of Stetson Bennett, Nolan Smith, and Chris Smith are gone. While the starters at some positions are locked down, others are still up in the air. It’s also usually a good exercise for Georgia fans to familiarize themselves with some of Georgia’s backup options as well, as the Dawgs like to rotate often at several positions.
With all of that being said, I decided to predict what Georgia football’s depth chart will look like this season. Some positions were easier to sort out than others, but I was still able to give it a good go. While injuries and performance will affect how the depth chart changes throughout the year (Georgia’s Week 1 Depth Chart will not be their Week 13 Depth Chart), this is my guess at how things will shake out. (Note=classifications used are the ones on Georgia’s online roster)
Predicting Georgia Football’s 2023 Depth Chart
- Carson Beck (Jr.)
- Brock Vandagriff (R-So.)
- Gunner Stockton (R-Fr.)
While it was expected, Georgia formally announced Carson Beck as the starting QB earlier in August. Beck will be tasked with replacing Stetson Bennett and trying to lead Georgia to a three-peat. Beck has career numbers of 36-of-58 passing (62.1%), 486 passing yards, 6 TD’s, and 2 INT’s. He served as the backup last season. Vandagriff, a former four-star recruit in the class of 2021 will likely slot in as the #2 QB and Stockton (a four-star in 2022) would then serve as the third string, barring either one entering the transfer portal.