He might of regressed or the talent they re-loaded on wasn’t as good as they had hoped. I remember seeing a game in which Georgia’s Freshman WR got into a fight against a GT DB and so was ejected and suspended for at least the first half of a big SEC game the next week.BamaBear09 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 30, 2020 11:09 amIf you watch Jake Fromm as a freshman, he looked like a future QB1... then followed that up with a sorta better sophomore season... then last year... multiple under 60% completion rate games with some under 50%... and this was also with a major drop in his average yard per pass... it was not pretty... people making excuses for him blame it on his surroundings... but it's Georgia... they restock with 5 stars just like Alabama and so to claim he didn't have talent around him is kinda bunk... just call a spade a spade, he plateaued as a prospect and regressed in his final year and went from a QB1 level player to someone who needs perfect surroundings to be good... and kinda already got one of those... I'm all for taking a flier on a later round QB and if Fromm is available in the 5th or 6th round, go for it... but he won't so let's grab Gordon from Wash St in the 5th/6th and go... he made some beautiful throws in the red zone during the senior bowl...
I only saw a handful of Georgia games this year but if that was indicative of the re-loading they did, it might not be all his fault.
Also, Georgia’s DC (Mel Tucker) became the CO head coach last year and I believe took a couple of lower level offensive assistants with him which might have had an impact.
There are a multitude of factors that could have led to his regression, so I wouldn’t be so dogmatic in analysis of him.
Especially, in light of him beating out two potential future first round picks.