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  • G-Day 2014

    Georgia defensive back Aaron Davis (35) knocks down the ball, nearly intercepting the pass intended for wide receiver Jonathon Rumph (18) during the annual G-Day spring football game in Athens, Ga., on Saturday, April 12, 2014.

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Posted: Saturday, April 12, 2014 12:44 pm | Updated: 7:16 pm, Sat Apr 12, 2014.

After a spring filled with speculation about who will start on this new-look Georgia defense under defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt, the G-Day scrimmage is here and with it comes some clarity. Below is an interactive depth chart listing the lineups for today's scrimmage. The Black Team is listed as the first-team defense and the Red Team is considered second-team. 

Simply hover over each position for the starter of each position in today's game.

One of the bigger surprises came with the Black Team as converted tailback J.J. Green was listed as the first-team strong safety. However, Green was scratched prior to the game because of an injury he suffered in an April 5 scrimmage.

Some other surprises included walk-on redshirt freshman Aaron Davis, who is starting opposite Damian Swann for the Black Team, and senior Ray Drew, who is a backup on the Red Team defense despite having six sacks as a starter for Georgia last season.

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