ATHENS — Members of the Georgia media had been assured Broderick Jones was on his way. The offensive tackle took a number of meetings at his pro day, as NFL teams picking high in this year’s draft wanted to see what the offensive tackle had to offer.
Jones figures to be the latest Georgia offensive tackle that goes on to NFL success, as Jamaree Salyer, Andrew Thomas and Isaiah Wynn did before him.
Before Jones left the building, he reminisced on his time at Georgia. The Bulldogs will have to find a new star tackle. It’s one of the biggest questions surrounding Georgia this spring, as the Bulldogs also have to replace the ever-reliable Warren McClendon at the other tackle spot.
Helping matters is that Georgia brings back Amarius Mims. He’s an obvious replacement for one of the tackle positions. He towers over the rest of Georgia’s offensive linemen in addition to being one of the more fluid athletes on the team.
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