As for the future of the position, Georgia is in good hands. Zamir White was the nation’s top back in his class and James Cook pairs well with him. Kenny McIntosh didn’t receive much run as a true freshman but has dynamic abilities. Then there are the incoming freshmen in Kendall Milton and Zach Evans who should get carries early in their careers.
It’s still a crowded backfield even with Swift declaring for the draft, but that’s been the case every year in the Smart era at Georgia.