Georgia Football Special Teams Helmet Sticker: Jordan Davis
This article wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Jordan Davis and what he does for the team. While some probably think he should have been the guy to get the defense helmet sticker, instead, he gets the special teams one because of two reasons — the field goal and extra point blocked kicks.
Davis was in on both blocked kick plays, no he was the guy along with Devonte Wyatt on the first and Jalen Carter on the second one. Even though Georgia’s stats credit Wyatt and Carter for the blocks, Davis was right there with them and, after rewatching the game, it looked like he got a hand on the ball too.
He had three tackles on the game, but most importantly, he helped maul over Kentucky’s offensive line to make those blocks happen. To have two blocked kicks in a game isn’t normal, much less to have the same guy in on both of them. That ability alone should tell people how important he is to this team.
Davis is a leader and someone who helps this team win. He is a big factor on that defensive front, and now he is on special teams plays. His sheer size helps the Dawgs do so many things, so it’s only fitting that he deserves to win the special teams helmet sticker.
Georgia’s entire team deserves helmet stickers after fighting to get their seventh straight win. However, these were the three that stood out the most. The Dawgs are in their bye-week, so they will have two weeks to rest and get ready for the Jacksonville game against their arch-rivals Florida, who will be looking to spoil Georgia’s perfect season.