With young players like Nick Chubb and Sony Michel ready to take the SEC by storm as sophomores, it can be easy for Georgia fans to forget some of the more experienced players on the roster that missed most of 2014 with injuries. Keith Marshall has dealt with a number of issues, including a torn ACL, over the last two years, while receiver Justin Scott-Wesley missed half of 2014 before getting surgery on a torn meniscus in early July. Both talented seniors are ready to go for 2015, and Georgia has the practice photos to prove it.
Marshall ran for 759 yards and 6.5 yards per carry, with eight touchdowns as a freshman before losing most of his 2013 and 2014 seasons to injury. Scott-Wesley had 16 catches for 311 yards for an impressive yards per reception of 19.4, with two touchdowns in 2013. He is yet to play a full season for Georgia. Both seniors can provide some pretty awesome depth at the skill positions for the Bulldogs in 2015.