Since he emerged as a superstar during his freshman year, Brock Bowers has been a household name in the world of football and has become a major candidate for one of the greatest tight ends the sport of college football has ever seen.
Following the 2023 season, Bowers announced his expected departure into the NFLdraft, leaving behind a massive legacy and a long list of records that won't be broken anytime soon. But although Bowers' time on the field as a Bulldog might be over, he may not be done resetting the Georgia record books just yet.
As expected, Bowers' once-in-a-lifetime talent has led him to become virtually a lock as a first-round selection in the 2024 NFL Draft with many experts predicting him to be off the board by the middle of the round.
Should his stock hold, Bowers will become just the second tight end in Georgia Football history to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft. The only other Bulldog tight end selected this high was Benjamin Watson, who was selected 32nd overall in the 2004 NFL Draft.
The legend of Brock Bowers is for the most part already written. After all, he virtually holds every meaningful record at the tight-end position for the Bulldogs. But should the tight end be selected anywhere before the 32nd overall pick in this year's NFL Draft, he will become the highest-drafted tight end in Georgia Bulldog history. Cementing his legacy as the greatest tight end in Georgia football history even more.