ATHENS, GA - Aaron Murray is no longer the new kid on No. 19 Georgia's offense.
Murray, the sophomore quarterback, is surrounded by new skill players as the Bulldogs must replace their top two rushers, top two receivers and top two fullbacks from 2010.
Receiver A.J. Green tops the long list of players who must be replaced. Tailbacks Caleb King and Washaun Ealey and No. 2 receiver Kris Durham also are gone.
Isaiah Crowell, a freshman who returned from a groin injury for Saturday's practice, is the likely starter at tailback. Converted tight end Bruce Figgins and Alexander Ogletree are the top fullbacks.
Tavarres King is the top returning receiver. Perhaps most encouraging for offensive coordinator Mike Bobo is the emergence of such receivers as freshmen Malcolm Mitchell and Michael Bennett.