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Georgia Bulldog OL Broderick Jones Impresses at UGA Pro Day

March 14, 2023

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ATHENS - Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs are two-time national champions, and they are producing elite-level offensive tackles as well as any program in college football right now.

From Isaiah Wynn to Andrew Thomas to Jamaree Salyer, the Georgia Bulldogs know how to recruit big-time offensive tackles and develop them into starting tackles in the NFL.

Now, it’s Broderick Jones’ turn to possibly hear his named called in the 1st-round. He may not be the first tackle off the board, but his size, length, athleticism, and ability to pass protect should be enough to see him come off the board at some point during night one of the draft.

The 6-foot-5 311-pounder out of Lithonia ran an impressive 4.97 in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine in early March along with a 30-inch vertical jump.

Jones looked great during Pro Day drills in Athens on Wednesday, showing the elite athleticism, quick feet, and long frame that Bulldog fans have seen at left tackle for the last three seasons. He’s one of the top offensive tackle prospects in the Draft, and after an excellent showing at Pro Day, Jones is bound to hear his name called in the 1st-round.



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Jones started every game at left tackle during the 2022 season and was named an Associated Press All-SEC First-Team selection.

A dominant pass-protector on Stetson Bennett’s blind side, Jones was a 5-star out of Lithonia (GA) in the 2020 class and had a 5-star career for the Bulldogs.

As a red-shirt freshman in 2021, Jones saw plenty of action and started the last four games of the season, helping Georgia win their first national championship since 1980.

Jones was everything the staff was hoping for and more as an elite tackle prospect and got better and better as his career went along. It was easy to see why he was one of the top-ranked offensive line prospects out of high school.

Jones’ goal was to go three-and-out, and the big tackle accomplished that goal with ease. Look for the Georgia native and two-time national champion to be one of the first offensive tackles selected in the 2023 NFL Draft this April.


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