Georgia center Sedrick Van Pran gives easy reason why he returned to UGA

It was great news for the Georgia Bulldogs when starting center Sedrick Van Pran announced his return to Athens for the 2023 season back in January.

He could have left and been one of the top selected offensive linemen in the draft.

 Instead he wanted to stay for one more season in Athens and go for the three-peat. His reason was pretty simple.

Van Pran’s return to Athens is huge for a Bulldogs offensive line that will have a very new look next season.

The 6-foot-4, 310-pound New Orleans native will be entering his fourth season at Georgia.

He has started every game at center in each of the past two years,

 helping to anchor the Bulldogs’ two-time national championship-winning offensive line.

Georgia running back Kendall Milton discussed how important it is to have Van Pran back at center in 2023:

“It means the world to this team,” Milton said. “Me and Sedrick actually lived across the hall from each other.

During that time, we would have little talks. I knew what he wanted; he knew what I wanted.

He wanted the opportunity to leave one last mark and go out with a bang.


Buffalo Bills release former Georgia WR after five years