Georgia wide receiver Kearis Jackson is declaring for the 2023 NFL Draft, as he announced via Twitter on Saturday afternoon.

With the decision, he joined the likes of Bulldogs players Warren McClendon and Warren Ericson in announcing they were headed to the NFL level the next day also.

Jackson led Georgia in receiving during the 2020 season, putting up some of his best performances against Auburn and Tennessee. He suffered a knee injury ahead of the 2022 season that affected the numbers he put up, but he was still an important piece of the Bulldogs offense, finishing out the season with 21 receptions and 320 yards with some time on special teams.

Jackson recorded the best season of his college football career in 2020 when he reeled in 36 receptions for 514 yards with 3 touchdowns.