Georgia starting lineman Jamaree Salyer announces he will return for his senior season
The good news continues for Georgia’s offense as starting left tackle Jamaree Salyer has announced he will return for his senior season in Athens.
This is the latest promising news for Todd Monken’s offense following quarterback J.T. Daniels and running back James Cook both announcing they would return to Georgia for 2021. One starter that will have to be replaced next season is offensive lineman Trey Hill, who has announced he will turn pro.
Salyer started every single game for the Bulldogs this season. He was named a team captain for the Alabama and Mississippi State games. During his college career, Salyer has appeared in 36 games for the Bulldogs.
The 2018 U.S. Army All-American arrived in Athens rated as a five-star prospect out of Pace Academy in Atlanta.
Here is the graphic Salyer shared to announce his decision to return to school for another year.