"It's a challenge, I would say, definitely, because he was a lot of our offense, especially now that Levi's gone," Garrison said, "and it will definitely be a challenge filling in for him."
Like Garrison, Robinson said he's ready to fill the void left by Good's injury.
"It's definitely a big loss losing an All-State running back like Laythen," Robinson said. "We've got to deal with injuries all the time and you just have to fight through it. That's part of my leadership role. I've got to step in, try to take control of the team while he's out."
Stability from Robinson and Garrison will be key as Buffalo also looks to replace Jordan, the squad's graduated standout quarterback.
Sawyer said Garrison's veteran qualities made him the ideal candidate to replace Good.
"It was pretty clear," Sawyer said of his pick of Garrison. "(He's got) experience, size, speed. We don't have a lot of experience returning and he's one of them, so we're probably going to leave him there more than out wide anyway."
Garrison added there's at least one difference in the position that excites him.
"I'm excited to be more physical," he said. "You don't get much contact out at wideout and now I'm going to get to hit somebody."