Georgia football freshman tight end Brock Bowers continues to prove why he is the best tight end in the country after taking it 77 yards to the house against Georgia Tech.
The freshman caught a high pass that only he could and then took off like an airplane down the field.
Bowers already showed teams he could outrun a whole defense against UAB, but then he did it again against Georgia Tech. He is seriously fast for a tight end, and the defensive backs had no chance to catch him.
Plus, the Georgia Tech defense looked like they quit when he hit another gear to outrun them.
Georgia football tight end Brock Bowers is the country’s best tight end, and it’s not close.
Bowers is a special, special player, and his execution looks like a veteran tight end despite being a true freshman. On the game, Bowers has two catches for 91 yards and one score. With those two receptions, Bowers now has 36 receptions for 643 yards and nine touchdowns.
That 77-yard tight end gives him 10 total touchdowns on the year and nine receiving. He officially passed Orson Charles’s record for most yards in a season by a tight end. Charles had 574 yards on 45 receptions in 2011.
The freshman has at least two games left in the year, so this record is his, setting the tone for Georgia’s tight ends.
Bowers got left off the John Mackey Award finalist list, but he just proved why he is the best tight end in the country. There isn’t another tight end out there that can do what Bowers does. While Georgia fans all know the award got it wrong, instead, Bowers is the people’s Mackey award winner.
Plus, he would likely want the school record over winning a trophy because he is forever in the school’s history books. At the same time, keep proving yourself, Bowers, because we all know you are the best tight end and will be for the next two to three seasons.