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Jamie Newman figures to be a big part of the UGA offense.

LOOK: Jamie Newman, JT Daniels strap on the pads at Georgia football practice

The Georgia Bulldogs were back on the practice field today and we got our first look of what transfer quarterbacks Jamie Newman and JT Daniels looked like with pads.

Newman arrived in January from Wake Forest, while Daniels transferred from USC in May. Both will be eligible to play this season for the Bulldogs as the two figure to have a fierce quarterback competition, along with the likes of D’Wan Mathis, Carson Beck and Stetson Bennett.

“We have a lot of talent,” Georgia offensive lineman Warren Ericson said of the Bulldogs’ quarterback position. “All of our quarterbacks are great leaders and they’re all stepping up to the plate. Each person is different and it doesn’t take too much adjustment. We just have to do what we do as an offensive line and just keep them off their backs.”

Below you can see some of the action shots from practice, put out by the UGA Sports Communication staff.

Jamie Newman drops back to pass at a Georgia practice(Tony Walsh/UGAAA)
Georgia quarterback JT Daniels is spotted wearing a brace, as he is still recovering from an ACL injury(Tony Walsh/UGAA)
Georgia quarterback D’Wan Mathis figures to factor into UGA’s QB competition. (Tony Walsh/UGAA)
Georgia quarterback Jamie Newman figures to add some athleticism to the team. (Tony Walsh/UGAA)

Others to be highlighted in photo form include wide receiver Kearis Jackson, wide receiver George Pickens, tight end Tre McKitty and cornerback Eric Stokes.

Georgia tight end Tre McKitty is a graduate transfer from Florida State. (Tony Walsh/UGAAA)
Georgia wide receiver Kearis Jackson tries to get by defensive back Eric Stokes. (Tony Walsh/UGAAA)
Georgia outside linebacker Jermaine Johnson gets some stretching in during Georgia’s practice. (Tony Walsh/UGAAA)
Georgia defensive back Tyrique Stevenson is expected to take on a bigger role this season. (Tony Walsh/UGAA)
Georgia cornerback Eric Stokes is expected to be one of the team leaders during the 2020 season.(Tony Walsh/UGAAA)
Georgia wide receiver George Pickens figures to be one of the better players on the team this season.(Tony Walsh/UGAAA)

“My main goal coming into camp was to be a leader and just pull guys with me along because I know myself, and I know how it feels to be brought down,” Jackson said. “I want guys to be able to come in and work hard, play hard and play fast. This fall so far we’ve been doing that on offense and everything has gone pretty smooth.”

The Bulldogs will continue to prepare for their first game of the season, which is set to be on Sept. 26 against Arkansas. The Bulldogs will have 25 practice opportunities prior to the first game, with Georgia getting practice started on Monday.

The Bulldogs had spent the first two days in just helmets. On the fifth practice of the season, Georgia will go full pads, as the Bulldogs only had shoulder pads on for Wednesday’s practice.

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