Broderick Jones, Georgia offensive tackle, announces plans for 2023 season
Broderick Jones, one of the key figures on Georgia’s offensive line, has announced his plans for next season.
Jones, who was Georgia’s left tackle, shared on social media that he would declare for the NFL Draft. In 2022, Jones started all 15 games at left tackle for the Bulldogs. Jones earned Associated Press All-SEC first-team honors for his play.
The Lithonia native received increased playing time toward the end of the 2021 season. He played most of the national championship game at left tackle after Jamaree Salyer moved to guard.
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Coming out of high school, Jones was a 247sports Composite 5-star prospect, and was ranked as the No. 11 prospect nationally, the No. 2 offensive tackle prospect and No. 3 prospect from the state of Georgia