The Dawgs are only three days away from the start of fall camp. Since April, Sunday marks the first day Georgia will be back in the pads at the end of spring training.
Georgia’s new recruiting relations director tweeted a video to his Twitter feed on Sunday afternoon showing the Dawgs warming up as they begin day three of fall camp. Cooper said:
Day 3 !! The boys here were typing and spinning !! I must love it, the poppin tampons today !! “
In a video posted by Georgia Football’s official social media accounts, there were clips of several tight ends making plays as a receiver. One of those tight ends for Georgia was real freshman Brock Bowers with a one-handed grip.
Bowers is a former four-star tight end from Napa, Calif. In the 2021 class. Bowers joins a tight room that includes second student Darnell Washington and senior veteran John Fitzpatrick. Many expect Georgia’s tight position to continue to evolve as the Dawgs look to make more use of the playmakers they have in the passing position.
With just 27 days to go to the season opener with Clemson in Charlotte, NC, the return of the pads will allow Georgia to finally begin to launch into the position battles that many have talked about at length during the off-season. One of the most intriguing battles on this side is the left tackle. Jamaree Salyer started nine games in left tackle a season ago, and now the staff are hoping to bring him inside to guard, where he started for the Peach Bowl.
The only problem for Georgia in this process is that they need someone to replace him. Georgia has options but none with Salyer’s experience. Real freshman Amarius Mims, a former five-star in the 2021 class, will go head-to-head with Xavier Truss, a red-shirted sophomore, and Broderick Jones, a red-shirted freshman, to decide whether Sayer returns to his natural position or not.
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