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WATCH: Georgia Bulldog Kelee Ringo Goes Through Drills At Pro Day

March 14, 2023

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ATHENS - Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs hit a home run when they signed former 5-star Kelee Ringo.

After a brilliant three-year career in Athens, it’s Ringo’s turn to be Georgia’s next defensive back to hear his name called in the 1st round of the NFL Draft.

After running a blazing 4.36 earlier this month at the NFL Combine, Ringo’s speed and 6-foot-2 207-pound frame will be attractive to teams in the first round looking for a versatile defensive back. He’s currently believed to be a mid-to-late 1st round pick according to multiple NFL Draft analysts after an excellent Bulldog career.

The former 5-star and multi-year starting cornerback performed well again at Georgia’s Pro Day on Wednesday in front of NFL scouts.


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The legendary Georgia cornerback picked off four passes in his Bulldog career, with the biggest being his pick-6 against Alabama in the 2022 national championship game, sealing the victory and bringing Georgia their first national championship since 1980.

Ringo was excellent as a junior this past season, making 37 solo tackles and intercepting two passes during the season. His two INTs this season came against Kentucky on the road and against Tennessee in Sanford Stadium.

The outstanding defensive back will leave Georgia as a two-time national champion. The goal going into college was to play three years and enter the NFL. Now, that goal has been accomplished. 

In addition to his 4 INTs, Ringo also made 76 total tackles in his career, one sack, one forced fumble, 15 pass deflections, and one national championship-winning touchdown.


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