Georgia OG Tate Ratledge ranked among best returning interior lineman

Georgia offensive guard Tate Ratledge made the most of the opportunity to help anchor the Bulldogs front at right guard in 2022.

After a foot injury in the season opener derailed Ratledge’s 2021 season,

the redshirt sophomore battled junior Warren Ericson for the right guard role and ultimately,

was named starter for the 2022 season opener versus Oregon.

Ratledge went on to start 12 of 13 regular season games and maintained the role in the postseason.

Chad Maxwick of Pro Football Focus recently tabbed Ratledge as the seventh best returning interior offensive lineman.

The Rome, Ga., native was a part of Georgia’s No. 1 ranked 2020 recruiting class as the No. 3 offensive tackle,

 the No. 5 player in the state and the No. 38 prospect overall, according to 247Sports.


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