Georgia football Offensive MVP: Brock Bowers
The easiest superlative to give out has to be the Offensive MVP award because one guy from the first game has shocked the world and proved his worth. True freshman tight end Brock Bowers won our hearts over from the jump. Since then, he has broken a handful of records and has emerged as the top receiver for Georgia.
On the season, Bowers has 37 catches for 652 yards and 10 scores. He averages 17.62 yards a catch and 54.33 yards a game.
Bowers recorded three 100-yard games this year against UAB, where he had three catches for 107 yards, Kentucky with five catches for 101 yards, and last week against Georgia Tech when he had three catches for 100 yards.
He also has three rushes for 55 yards and one touchdown giving him 11 total on the season.
That total yardage broke Orson Charles’ single-season yards record he set in 2011, and the freshman could become the second-ever player since Terrance Edwards to record 1000 yards in a single season. Bowers has a little ways to go, but it’s possible for sure.
There isn’t much this young man cannot do. He can catch, run, and block. Bowers does whatever gets asked of him, and it’s made a huge difference this year.
He earns our Offensive MVP title for that reason alone — no one has an answer for him, and he is Georgia’s biggest weapon.