Cover 4 on UGA football: Name the Bulldog everyone is sleeping on for 2018
Good morning. A new day means another rep of a UGA football feature called the Cover 4. DawgNation has four staffers who cover the team from every angle: Beat, hybrid roles, live streams, photos, podcasts, recruiting, etc. The Cover 4 aim is simple: 1) Present a topic; 2) Offer a reasoned response; 3) Share a brisk statement to support the informed opinion.
Wake up. Football season is here. Game week has arrived. That’s why I remain convinced the month of September is the most wonderful time of the year.
Let’s take advantage of this moment to not hit that snooze button anymore. Who hits the snooze button on a fall Saturday morning anyway?
That said, which Georgia Bulldog is everyone sleeping on for this fall?
That is the Cover 4 offering for today. Let’s line up our DawgNation guys to take a look at the one player that everyone will look back on in November and say that guy wasn’t getting the hype he deserved in all those preseason magazines.
Get ready. These takes will come at you even faster than Mecole Hardman Jr. can post to his social media accounts.
Name a Bulldog that everyone is sleeping on
Brandon Adams: Brian Herrien
Why: I don’t know how the RB competition will play out, but Herrien is overlooked too much. He proved that with the first carry of his first game (vs. UNC in 2016) that he can play.
Chip Towers: Ahkil Crumpton
Why: He was a dynamic player last year but didn’t know the playbook. Now he does.
Mike Griffith: Charlie Woerner
Why: Very talented tight end was a crucial injury loss in playoff and factors heavily into 2018
Jeff Sentell: Richard LeCounte III
Why: The preseason narratives and all the “tough love” from Kirby Smart will propel him to stardom.
The Cover 4 so far
- Cover 4 on which team on the schedule can take down UGA
- The UGA Cover 4 shines its light on the most improved player for 2018
- UGA Cover 4: This storyline is not getting the focus it should
Do you have your own opinion? DawgNation would love to hear your one-sentence why in the comments field below.