Tag: National Football League Draft

Georgia Football: Lorenzo Carter Feels “Very Comfortable” Heading Into Year Two

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In a freshman season where he amassed 41 tackles, 7 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, and 11 QB Hurries, Lorenzo Carter feeling “very comfortable” is definitely a reason for opposing offenses to be very afraid. I don’t have to opine…

Georgia Recruiting: 2016 JUCO Devron Davis, “SEC ball is where it’s at”

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From a numbers standpoint, the Georgia Bulldogs are looking a lot more talented in the secondary now that Jeremy Pruitt is in the fold—not that they weren’t talented before, but it’s clear the speed and ball skills of the guys…

Georgia Football: I Tell Ya, He Gets No (Real) Respect

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I take serious issue with any list that negates Nick Chubb. Call me an epic homer (hell, I readily admit my red and black allegiance), but to select Leonard Fournette over Chubb,  especially if you look to the SEC for a…

Georgia Recruiting: 2016’s Davion Curtis Knows Georgia’s Receiver History

Temple receiver Davion Curtis sprints away from Aledo defenders to score the opening touchdown of the game on a 48-yard reception during the 5A Division I state championship game Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Aledo won 49-45. (U.S. Army photo by Daniel Cernero, III Corps and Fort Hood Public Affairs)

2016 Wide Receiver Davion Curtis (Temple, TX) has plenty of reasons to remain in the Lone Star State—close to home, plenty of storied programs, and an SEC Contender in his backyard (Texas A&M is little more than an hour away)—but…