Executive Director of the Senior Bowl tabs Georgia RB as breakout candidate for 2022
Kenny McIntosh has not been used much through his first 3 seasons at Georgia. But entering his senior year, he could be poised for a breakout campaign with the Bulldogs.
A former 4-star prospect via the 2019 recruiting class, McIntosh has 130 carries in his career for 753 yards. He was third on the Bulldogs in carriers (58) and rushing yards (328) during the national championship campaign. McIntosh also threw for a touchdown during the Orange Bowl win over Michigan.
On Monday, Jim Nagy tabbed McIntosh as a potential breakout candidate for the 2022 season and 2023 NFL Draft. The Executive Director of the Reese’s Senior Bowl likes McIntosh as a complete running back who can also contribute in the passing game as a receiver and a blocker. McIntosh had 22 catches for 242 yards in 2021.
One RB for 2023 NFL Draft that @seniorbowl expects to have breakout year is Georgia’s Kenny McIntosh. Only 130 career carries. Hard-to-wrap runner with subtle make-miss & knack for slipping pursuit.
Catches it naturally and can pass pro.#BestoftheBest #TheDraftStartsInMOBILE™️ pic.twitter.com/BDAO0SbLmR
— Jim Nagy (@JimNagy_SB) May 9, 2022
With Georgia’s top two runnings backs from the 2021 season off to the NFL in Zamir White and James Cook, the Bulldogs will be looking for some players to step up into bigger roles for 2022. McIntosh should be one of those players due for more usage this season.