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Decision time for the soon to be senior quarterback of the Georgia Bulldogs Jake Fromm. Would he return or declare for the 2020 NFL Draft?

On Wednesday he announced via Twitter his decision:

So, Fromm will be entering the NFL Draft for 2020 and will most likely be a quarterback someone takes a chance on between rounds two and four if I had to guess.

ESPN Draft Expert Mel Kiper Jr. has ranked Fromm as the fifth-best quarterback in the 2020 draft. The signal-callers he's ranked ahead of him are LSU's Joe Burrow, Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa, Oregon's Justin Herbert and Washington's Jacob Eason.

Fromm came to Georgia as one of the nation's most highly touted prospects and helped guide the team to a National Championship birth his freshman year falling to Alabama.

He's got really solid career statistics as he's thrown for 8,236 yards, 78 touchdowns, and only 18 interceptions. The best season he put together was in 2018, his sophomore year, as he threw for a career-high 30 touchdowns to only six interceptions while piling up 2,761 total yards.

 

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