Key stats: This former five-star prospect leads the SEC with 951 receiving yards on 55 catches. He also tied for the SEC lead with eight touchdown catches, including winning scores against Kentucky and Auburn in back-to-back games. Green is on pace to become the first Georgia player to lead the SEC in receiving since Brice Hunter in 1994. Green also would become the first freshman to lead the SEC in receiving yards per game since 1999.
Key stats: Jenkins has broken up an SEC-leading 11 passes, which ties him for first place among all freshmen across the nation. He also has three interceptions, more than any other freshmen in the SEC. Jenkins picked off passes in victories over Tennessee, The Citadel and Florida State. He also has 24 solos, 10 assists and one tackle for loss.