With so much attention on the Georgia football left tackle position battle between Austin Blaske and Earnest Greene, it’s easy to overlook Amarius Mims.
The junior offensive lineman isn’t significantly more experienced than either Blaske or Greene, with Mims having just two career starts to his name.
It just so happens those came in biggest games of the year for Georgia in 2022, as he started for Warren McClendon in both College Football Playoff games.
Now, he’s poised to take over for McClendon on an every-down basis.
“He’s just scratching the ceiling for his potential. He played a lot but he didn’t start every game, which he’ll do this year,” McClendon said. “He’ll get way better with the talent in practice and taking the one reps.”
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