Caleb King will go into preseason camp as the starter at running back, according to the official post-spring depth chart released by Georgia coaches Monday afternoon.
King's name dotted the top of list, followed by junior Brandon Harton and redshirt freshman Ken Malcome, who battled a groin injury throughout most of the spring.
Where incoming freshman Isaiah Crowell fits into this group remains to be seen, although head coach Mark Richt has promised that the former Carver standout will receive every opportunity to prove that he's ready to play now.
Otherwise, Monday's depth chart did not offer that many surprises, with the possible exception of junior Marlon Brown, who is listed just ahead of redshirt freshman Michael Bennett as the starter at flanker.
Tavarres King is listed as the starter at split end, with former tight end Bruce Figgins getting the nod at fullback.
The starting offensive line consists of senior Cordy Glenn at left tackle, sophomore Kenarious Gates at left guard, senior Ben Jones at center, redshirt sophomore Chris Burnette at right guard and senior Justin Anderson at right tackle.
A pair of walk-ons are currently listed in the two-deep on the offensive line - Ben Reynolds at center and Hugh Williams at left guard.
The quarterback position remains status quo with starter Aaron Murray, with Hutson Mason listed at No. 2 and Christian LeMay at No. 3.
On defense, there were no surprises.
Kwame Geathers is listed as the starter at nose, Abry Jones at left end and DeAngelo Tyson at right end.
The linebackers consist of Cornelius Washington (Will), Jarvis Jones (Sam), Christian Robinson (Mike) and Alec Ogletree (Moe).
Bacarri Rambo (free safety), Sanders Commings (cornerback), Brandon Boykin (cornerback) and Shawn Williams (strong safety) make up the starting secondary.
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