Georgia football has lost a pair of commitments to start the month of July.
Georgia football lost a pair of commitments to start the month of July. The Bulldogs lost one commitment from RyQueze McElderry.
McElderry, a three-star offensive line recruit, is a member of the class of 2023. Georgia football now has 12 commitments in the class of 2023. The Bulldogs have secured commitments from two 2023 offensive linemen.
McElderry committed to Georgia in December 2021. McElderry plays high school football and basketball for Anniston High School in Anniston, Alabama. The three-star offensive line prospect holds scholarship offers from Alabama, Ole Miss, Florida State, Tennessee, South Carolina and Georgia.
McElderry is 6-foot-3 and 340 pounds. He primarily plays offensive guard.
On film, McElderry is very powerful. The three-star offensive guard frequently locks opposing defensive linemen and controls them for the rest of the play. The Anniston High School star played a lot of right tackle in his impressive highlights, but he could convert to offensive guard at the college level.
Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide are a team to watch with McElderry. The Anniston standout also recently visited Tennessee.
Georgia football now has commitments from three players with the last name Harris
Four-star defensive back recruit Daniel Harris has committed to Georgia over Ohio State, Michigan, and Penn State. Harris was expected to commit to the Bulldogs.
Daniel Harris has scholarship offers from some of the best college football programs across the country. The four-star cornerback is Georgia’s 13th commitment in the class of 2023. The Bulldogs have the No. 6 ranked recruiting class in the country.
Georgia football has commitments from three defensive backs. Five-star AJ Harris committed to the Dawgs just a few weeks ago. Additionally, Justyn Rhett, one of the top recruits in Nevada, committed in April.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound defensive back ranks as the No. 19 cornerback in the class of 2023 recruiting cycle. Harris is the No. 151 recruit in the rising senior class and is the No. 31 recruit in Florida. Harris’ brother, Donell Harris, plays defensive line for the Texas A&M Aggies.
Harris received a scholarship offer from the University of Georgia in Feb. 2022. The four-star cornerback plays high school football and runs track for Gulliver Prep in Miami, Florida.
As a defensive back, Harris does a good job of reading the quarterback. He pins receivers to the sideline and uses his length well in coverage. Harris is a willing run defender, but could improve upon his tackling form before playing at the highest level of college football.
Daniel Harris announced his commitment to the University of Georgia via his Twitter account:
Four-star class of 2023 defensive back Daniel Harris is committing today on July 1. Harris has UGA in his top four.
Four-star class of 2023 defensive back Daniel Harris is ready to commit. Harris has excellent length and is committing on July 1. Harris’s top schools are Michigan, Georgia, Ohio State, and Penn State.
Harris has offers from elite college football programs across the country and has received recruiting interest from schools like Jackson State, Miami, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Cincinnati and Tennessee.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound defensive back ranks as the No. 19 cornerback in the class of 2023 recruiting cycle. Daniel Harris is the No. 151 recruit in the rising senior class and is the No. 30 recruit in Florida. Harris’ brother, Donell Harris, plays defensive line for the Texas A&M Aggies.
Harris received a scholarship offer from the University of Georgia in Feb. 2022. The four-star cornerback plays high school football and runs track for Gulliver Prep in Miami, Florida. Harris is favored (per 247Sports) to commit to the Georgia Bulldogs.
As a defensive back, Harris does a good job of reading the quarterback. He pins receivers to the sideline and uses his size well in coverage. Harris is a willing run defender, but could improve upon his tackling form before playing at the highest level of college football.
Daniel Harris announced his top schools and commitment date via his Twitter account:
Former Georgia football QB Jake Fromm has made the Buffalo Bills final 53-man roster ahead of the 2020 NFL season.
Good news came out of Buffalo, NY for Georgia football fans this Saturday. Former Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm has officially made the Buffalo Bills 53-man roster ahead of the 2020 NFL season.
Fromm, who ranks fourth all-time in passing yards (8,224) and second all-time in passing touchdowns (78) at UGA, made the cut over now free agent quarterback Davis Webb.
Fromm has a winning mentality that will translate very well to the NFL. He helped lead the Bulldogs to Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl victories in his three seasons at Georgia. He is a pro-style quarterback that will manage games very efficiently when his number is called.
The Bills now have three quarterbacks on their roster including starter Josh Allen and backups Matt Barkley and Fromm.
BillsWire gives Buffalo’s draft selection of Georgia QB Jake Fromm a grade.
Bills Wire has graded all of the team’s draft picks, including their round 5 selection of former Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm.
Fromm was selected 167th, sliding a little bit further than expected. He was ranked as the top available player for be drafted for a while but was passed on due to specific positional needs for many teams.
The Bills pick came as a bit of a shocker, considering they likely have their franchise quarterback in Josh Allen, who is entering his 3rd season coming off of an AFC Wild Card loss.
BillsWire gave Buffalo a B for the Fromm pick.
They said his draft stock might have fallen a little bit due to his combine performance, but his in-game intelligence, solid career numbers and winning drive is what could make him look like a more attractive backup than Matt Barkley, who is signed through next year.
Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane says former Georgia football QB Jake Fromm will have to ‘earn a spot’.
The Buffalo Bills selected Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm with 167th pick in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, which was not expected by many.
Fromm remained the best available player on the board for a while, but many teams needed other positions filled rather than a quarterback and passed on him.
The Bills were thought to be one of the teams who would pass on Fromm, with a rising star quarterback in Josh Allen on their roster, but Buffalo general manager Brandon Beane just couldn’t pass on Fromm so late.
“I wouldn’t have told you going into the day that (Fromm) was on our radar. But we had him in a spot that you just can’t ignore,” said Beane.
“He’s a winner at the highest level of college. He’s got all the intangibles.”
Allen just came off his sophomore season, throwing for 3,089 yards, 20 touchdowns and 9 interceptions on 58.8% completion percentage. He led the Bills to the playoffs on a 10-6 season, where they lost in the AFC Wild Card game to the Houston Texans 22-19.
On top of that, Buffalo has also recently extended its backup QB Matt Barkley.
“He’ll have to earn a spot,” Beane said. “I don’t know if he could knock Matt Barkley.”
It will be interesting to see how the situation with Fromm unravels in Buffalo, but it is obvious the organization sees something they like in him. Fromm will have an equal opportunity to earn his spot and only time will tell what happens, but the Bills stole a great QB late in the draft.
Jake Fromm of Georgia football all over NFL mock draft boards
Three-year starter Jake Fromm led UGA football teams which won 13, 11 and 12 games and reached the SEC championship game three years in a row, after a triple of excellent 11-1 regular seasons. He exits Georgia as perhaps the most successful quarterback in school history, looking at these standards, although the peak for team success was back in his true freshman, national runner-up, SEC championship season. Fromm did not throw a whole lot as a freshman, though, the fabled Georgia ground game pounding the way.
I have seen Fromm all over mock draft boards since the start of his junior season, from late in the first round, to well into the second round, to the third.
Sources told me his NFL stock surged highest after the SECCG of 2018, when he threw more and displayed deft touch, almost unseating Alabama in the rematch. Without an experienced receiving core in 2019 and with now-departed offensive coordinator James Coley leaning on D’Andre Swift and calling predictable plays, Fromm struggled late in the season. His NFL readiness clearly came into question, and he has never had the strongest arm. He is an excellent leader and fine young man, a tough dude, a gamer.
Getting blown out by eventual national champion LSU and taking this tough tackle had to have played into his decision not to return for a senior season, with four offensive line starters also not coming back. Fromm still had fairly good numbers when wide receiver Lawrence Cager was healthy, and he played well in the Sugar Bowl win over Baylor as wideout George Pickens finally fully came into his own and won offensive bowl MVP.
The Fromm era ended with lots of heartbreaking disappointments and some bright spots. He has the all-time completion percentage record at the University of Georgia. That is a hard stat to top, when you also look at all those wins he captained, with different key guys around him.
He may be the fourth quarterback taken, after Joe Burrows from LSU, Tua Tagoviloa from Bama and Justin Herbert from Oregon. He will probably go one QB slot ahead of his one-time UGA backup, Jacob Eason. The New England Patriots reportedly like Fromm, and he could be teamed up with my favorite Georgia player of the coach Kirby Smart era, Sony Michel.
Fromm is one of the finest to ever suit up in red and black. Rightfully so, Bulldog Nation reacts with gratitude.
Georgia’s 2020 offensive rebuild just got a lot harder. Junior quarterback Jake Fromm, who started all but the first game of his collegiate career, has declared to forego his senior year and enter the 2020 NFL Draft.
Fromm finishes his career donning silver britches having won 36 games (including the 2017 season opener in which he relieved an injured Jacob Eason and never looked back) and heaving led the Dawgs to three consecutive SEC East titles, one SEC title, and a Rose Bowl victory along the way.
As I said weeks ago, if Jake left we need us one of those fancy immediate impact transfer quarterbacks. Yes, we have a couple Qb’s on the team but, unproven. We need someone who can lead a team now! #GoDawgs