Lawrence Cager praises his year at Georgia: 'I couldn't ask for a better opportunity'
Lawrence Cager was having a great 2019 season at Georgia before an injury cut his campaign short.
In 8 games, he recorded 33 catches for 476 yards and 4 touchdowns as one of the top weapons in the Bulldogs’ offense.
Speaking with NewYorkJets.com this week, Cager said it was an amazing experience to play at Georgia after starting his career at Miami:
“I think going into my last season at Georgia was one of the best seasons I ever had,” he said. “Unfortunately, I got hurt again. But you can’t dwell on the injuries and I just felt like my plan at Miami and Georgia — two prestigious football programs. I couldn’t ask for a better opportunity in college.”
Cager signed with the Jets as an undrafted free agent following the 2020 NFL Draft. He’ll compete for a roster spot when teams are allowed to begin summer sessions.