Bring the beef: Georgia's OL is larger than even an average NFL line
Offensive line coach Sam Pittman has created quite the reputation at Georgia for both delivering quality offensive linemen, and also having a trademark “Yes, sir!” video when another commitment comes in.
The SEC Network pointed out a stat that said the average NFL line is 314.8 pounds, and Georgia’s starting offensive line averages 328.6 pounds.
The line in bracketed by left tackle Andrew Thomas, who is a top NFL prospect, who checks in at 6-foot-5 and 320 pounds, and right tackle Isaiah Wilson is listed at 6-7 and 340.
In a small sample size, Georgia leads the SEC in rushing after Week 1 following the 325 yards in the win at Vanderbilt. The Bulldogs last season led the SEC in rushing with 238.7 yards per game.
There appears to be no end in sight as Georgia also has commitments from two of the top three offensive line prospects in the 2020 class, according to 247Sports. Broderick Jones of Lithonia, Georgia is listed at 6-5, 275 pounds, and Tate Ratledge of Rome, Georgia at 6-6, 322.
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