Georgia football 2022 roster tracker: Live updates on transfer portal, NFL draft decisions and coaching moves

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In this photo from September 25, 2021, Adam Anderson (19) of the Georgia Bulldogs rushes against the Vanderbilt Commodores during the first quarter at Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Anderson has been accused of rape. The Athens-Clarke County Police Department has launched an investigation into allegations against Anderson. (Brett Carlsen/Getty Images/TNS)

The Georgia roster and coaching staff has begun to take shape for the 2022 season. Below you can find live updates on the latest transfer portal, NFL draft and coaching decisions.

The Bulldogs have already had some departures announced ahead of the end of the season, chiefly with Dan Lanning heading to Oregon.

Georgia football 2022 roster tracker: Live updates

Jan. 26 3 p.m. update: Another Georgia analyst is on the move, with John Jancek expected to join Brian Kelly’s staff as an analyst, according to a report from Bruce Feldman.

Jancek was a quality control coordinator for the Bulldogs, having joined the staff before the 2020 season. Prior to that he served as the defensive coordinator at Colorado State. Jancek was previously on Georgia’s staff as a linebackers coach from 2005 to 2008 and served as the co-defensive coordinator during the 2009 season.

Jancek will team up with Cortez Hankton, who previously left to become the wide receivers coach at LSU. Earlier this offseason, special teams analyst Robbie Discher left Georgia to become the special teams coordinator at Tulane.

In recent days, multiple reports have indicated that Mike Bobo is expected to become an analyst at Georgia. Bobo was the offensive coordinator at Auburn last season, while also previously serving as the offensive coordinator at Georgia and was the head coach at Colorado State. Bobo was also teammates with head coach Kirby Smart when the two were at Georgia together.

Jan. 26, 11 a.m. update: Quick update on Adam Anderson, as his lawyer told Seth Emerson of The Athletic that Anderson will not be back at Georgia next season and is intending to pursue the NFL draft.

Anderson was a senior this season and had 5.0 sacks for the Bulldogs. Prior to Georgia’s game against Missouri, Anderson was suspended as we would be arrested and charged with felony rape. Anderson has denied those charges and currently awaits trial.

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