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Georgia senior tailback puts a stiff arm on linebacker Quay Walker in Saturday's practice on March 23.

WATCH: Georgia football highlights new numbers, old names, new moves

ATHENS — There will be plenty of new faces and names carrying and catching the football for Georgia this season, and it’s all starting now.

Coach Kirby Smart’s program treated its fans to another 30-second snippet from Saturday’s first day pads, the players looking to impress and make the most of opportunities.

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D’Andre Swift might not be one of the new names, but he showed he has new moves faking out defensive lineman Tyler Clark in one clip, and leaving outside linebacker Brenton Cox in his tracks in another.

There have been plenty of highlights of Brian Herrien already this spring, including one where he puts a stiff arm on inside linebacker Quay Walker.

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The offense doesn’t always win, however.

One of the final highlights in the most recent video surely put a smile on the face of new secondary coach Charlton Warren.  Safety Richard LeCounte, who looks to improve his tackling this offseason, blasted tight end Charlie Woerner and separated him from the ball.

Massive offensive tackle and 2018 Freshman All-American Isaiah Wilson appeared to stonewall onrushing outside linebacker Adam Anderson in another clip.

Georgia is holding its fourth of 15 spring practices on Tuesday, with another workout scheduled for Thursday leading up to the first scrimmage of the spring on Saturday.

Georgia football Practice 3

 

 

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