Georgia’s SEC championship game starters

December 1, 2012 

QB Aaron Murray 6-1, 210, Jr.

Leads the nation in pass efficiency rating

TB Todd Gurley 6-1, 218, Fr.

The SEC’s leading rusher not named Johnny Manziel

FB Zander Ogletree 5-10, 225, Jr.

Four receptions, three rushes for combined 39 yards this season

WR Malcolm Mitchell 6-1, 192, Soph.

Team’s leader in catches despite playing defense first four games

WR Tavarres King 6-1, 200, Sr.

Leads Georgia in receiving yards (704) and touchdown catches (eight)

TE Arthur Lynch 6-5, 258, Jr.

Has become more of a factor in passing game recently

LT Kenarious Gates 6-5, 318, Jr.

Can also move to left guard, replaced by sophomore Mark Beard at left tackle

LG Dallas Lee 6-4, 300, Jr.

His younger brother Dillon is a freshman linebacker for Alabama

C David Andrews 6-2, 295, Soph.

SEC offensive lineman of the week two weeks ago

RG Chris Burnette 6-2, 322, Jr.

The unofficial captain of the front five

RT John Theus 6-6, 309, Fr.

Highly touted recruit has been less than consistent this season

DE Garrison Smith 6-3, 297, Jr.

Ranks fifth on team with seven quarterback pressures

NT John Jenkins 6-3, 358, Sr.

Also moves to end when junior Kwame Geathers plays nose

DE Cornelius Washington 6-4, 268, Sr.

Tied for third on the team, with Jenkins, with 12 quarterback pressures

OLB Jarvis Jones 6-3, 241, Jr.

Expected to be consensus All-American for second straight year

ILB Alec Ogletree 6-3, 232, Jr.

Team leader in tackles despite missing first four games

ILB Amarlo Herrera 6-2, 245, Soph.

Will share time with senior Mike Gilliard

OLB Jordan Jenkins 6-3, 257, Fr.

Second on team in sacks (four) and quarterback pressures (20)

CB Sanders Commings 6-2, 216, Sr.

Physical corner normally covers top receiver

CB Damian Swann 5-11, 189, Soph.

Supplanted senior Branden Smith for top spot midway through season

SS Shawn Williams 6-1, 217, Sr.

Second on team with 78 tackles

FS Bacarri Rambo 6-0, 210, Sr.

Ball hawk has three interceptions, three forced fumbles

PK Marshall Morgan 6-3, 201, Fr.

Missed as many extra points (four) as field goals this year

P Collin Barber 6-2, 200, Fr.

Very consistent all year and kicking it longer recently

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