The Georgia football team will have a new look on offense next season as star quarterback Jake Fromm announced he will enter the 2020 NFL Draft.
A three-time SEC East champion under center for the Bulldogs, Fromm decided four times is too many and it is now time to pursue a professional career. He is one of four Georgia juniors to bolt for the NFL so far — D’Andre Swift and offensive tackles Andrew Thomas and Isaiah Wilson are the others — and he leaves the Dawgs offense with no experience at the quarterback position.
In somewhat related and a lot more unexpected news, today we also learned Georgia offensive lineman Cade Mays has entered the transfer portal. Mays played in all fourteen games this past season with one start at left tackle, one start at left guard, two starts at right tackle and seven starts at right guard. He also played a little bit of center in only his sophomore year of college football.
By my count, that is three starting offensive lineman, a superstar running back and an elite quarterback all saying goodbye before their senior seasons.
This should help close that gap.