Three Georgia Bulldogs make USA TODAY Sports' All-America team

The Georgia Bulldogs had three players make the USA TODAY Sports All-America college football team.

Georgia and its opponent in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, Ohio State, are two of the six programs that had three picks on the All-America team.

Georgia tight end Brock Bowers, defensive tackle Jalen Carter, and safety Christopher Smith all made the first-team. The Bulldogs did not have any players on the second-team.

Surprisingly, more players in the Big Ten (15) were named to the All-America team than players from the SEC (10).

Ohio State’s three selections are first-team wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr., second-team offensive lineman Paris Johnson Jr., and second-team linebacker Tommy Eichenberg.

Georgia tight end Brock Bowers won the John Mackey award. Bowers has 58 total touches,

nine total touchdowns, and 819 total yards this season.

Georgia defensive tackle Jalen Carter is too much of a force to leave off the All-America team.

Carter, who missed several games after suffering a knee injury, has 29 total tackles, three sacks, and two forced fumbles.

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