UGA WR declares for 2023 NFL draft

Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Kearis Jackson has entered the 2023 NFL draft.

Jackson, a senior, still had a year of eligibility remaining despite arriving in Athens as a member of the class of 2018.

Jackson came up with a clutch catch in the Peach Bowl against Ohio State,

 and will end his college football career as a back-to-back national champion.

What was the best part about Kearis Jackson? He was a reliable receiver,

but most importantly, he could be trusted to return punts and kickoff at a high level.

The 6-foot, 200-pound receiver recorded 21 catches for 320 yards and no touchdowns in his final year as a Dawg.

Jackson, who was a selfless player, had a career year in 2020.

The former four-star recruit finished with a career-high 36 catches for 514 receiving yards and three touchdowns back in 2020.


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