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2009's Fresh Faces to Watch at Georgia

ATHENS – The common refrain regarding Georgia this offseason has been about all the Bulldogs lost. Matthew Stafford, Knowshon Moreno, Mohamed Massaquoi and numerous other key contributors from last year's team have departed Athens, but a new group of Bulldogs has taken their place. Here's a look at some of the fresh faces most likely to have a big impact in 2009.

Marlon Brown (Fr., WR) The comparisons began almost immediately after Brown chose to come to Georgia, but rest assured, the freshman from Memphis is not the next A.J. Green. That's not to say he can't put up some big numbers – matching Green's 56 catches and 963 yards might be tough – but Brown's game is a bit different from last year's breakout wide receiver. "Marlon is a bigger body, and what I...

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