Typically when a team loses a starting defensive back and a starting safety to the NFL draft, that would call for some concern in the secondary for the upcoming season. Well, that's exactly the situation that Georgia is currently in, yet their secondary very well could be the brightest spot of the defense for the upcoming season. 

Defensive back Kelee Ringo and safety Christopher both were selected in this year's NFL draft and were important pieces to the Bulldogs' 2022 defense. That also means that there are two spots on the defense that are up for grabs, but Georgia should have no issues filling those voids due to the talent they had waiting behind Smtih and Ringo. 


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