Georgia football tight end Brock Bowers makes things look easy, and that touchdown catch was phenomenal. The control he had throughout that entire catch was outrageous. It was his second touchdown of the game after he rushed for the first score.
He has so much talent and ability to make plays it isn’t funny. The NFL scouts in Columbia, S.C., and those watching him, in general, are ready for him to be eligible. Tight ends are not usually that skillful. While they are talented and have specific skills, Bowers has that control over his whole body that most receivers possess.
There is nothing that Bowers cannot do on the football field, and it’s great to see him making playing this season.
Georgia football tight end Brock Bowers makes NFL scouts wish he were draft eligible.
Bowers’ strength, instinct, and flat-out ability to make other humans look silly are impressive. He knows that one foot has to be in to score, and Bowers made that happen. Does he have a weakness?
Right now, it doesn’t look like Bowers has one, which will be huge for Georgia this year.
Bowers is just as good as he was as a freshman, and he will keep getting better the longer this season goes on. Georgia football loves having versatile tight ends, and Bowers is paving the way.
He opened the second half with a crazy 78-yard touchdown catch where he ran through defenders, outran South Carolina’s whole defense, and made them look silly.
Bowers has three touchdowns on the game, reminding folks he is still around and looking to hurt opponents’ feelings.
After Bowers missed that catch last week, he wasn’t about to miss this one against South Carolina. Instead, Bowers is showing out and having his best performance yet. He made it a point to bring it down, hold onto the ball, and score. Georgia needs guys like that to be there so the success can continue to flow.