Carson Beck Excited About Georgia's Abundance of Weapons

Georgia wide receiver Colbie Young (8) coal celebrates with Georgia quarterback Carson Beck (15)
Georgia wide receiver Colbie Young (8) coal celebrates with Georgia quarterback Carson Beck (15) / Joshua L. Jones / USA TODAY NETWORK

The depth and talent at the skill positions for Georgia are enough to make any quarterback smile. Carson Beck is pumped about the variety of players he has to attack with this fall.

Georgia's offense has a chance to be special this fall. Head coach Kirby Smart gave the group glowing reviews throughout the spring, and even though it was the defense that stole the show at G-Day, their were glimpses of how lethal this offense can be.

The Bulldogs have the quarterback in Carson Beck and the offensive line to be special, but it's the abundance of talent at the skill positions that has OC Mike Bobo and Beck excited. Georgia has upwards of ten receivers who could start - that's not an exaggeration - and a talented running back room helmed by Florida transfer Trevor Etienne.

"There are a lot of different ways that we can attack a defense," said quarterback Carson Beck following Georgia's spring game. "That obviously helps us on offense immensely. And there's so many different guys that are going to make plays."

One thing will always be true about playing for Georgia: competition. While many teams are struggling to keep key backups out of the Transfer Portal, the Bulldogs have had just two players enter the portal during the spring window.

"The good thing about it is all of them are very selfless," Beck continued. "They're gonna give their 100 percent each play that they're out there. And they're gonna be happy for the next guy when they're not the one that makes the play because they know the next time around the ball might be coming to them. It definitely helps me a lot to have a lot of guys that are very talented."

The weapons are there. Now it falls on offensive coordinator Mike Bobo to dial up the right plays and Beck to deliver the ball.

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Christian Goeckel is a Staff Writer for Dawgs Daily on SI.com. Christian has covered College Football for nearly a decade, writing for multiple sites and hosting radio shows across Southern Georgia and South Carolina.