Pro Football Focus (PFF) has included Georgia star tight end Brock Bowers on their ‘Way Too Early’ 2023 All-America Team.
The rising junior has arguably been the best tight end in college football since bursting on to the scene as a freshman in 2021.
Bowers is ranked second all-time in UGA history behind A.J. Green in receiving yards by a freshman with 882 yards in 2021.
Bowers set the Georgia receiving touchdowns record with 13 scores in the same season.
The Napa, Cal., native followed up a record-breaking freshman year with 942 receiving yards in 2022, which ranks 5th all-time in UGA history.
Bowers isn’t just a receiving threat either.
In two seasons, Bowers has amassed 165 yards and four touchdowns on the ground.
Except for the return of Bowers, the Bulldogs’ tight end room will look different in 2023 with the departure of Darnell Washington the NFL draft.
Rising sophomore Oscar Delp and incoming four-star freshmen Pearce Spurlin and Lawson Luckie round out the options at tight end.
Both Spurlin and Luckie have enrolled early and will be participating in spring practice ahead of the annual G-Day game on April 15 in Sanford Stadium.