The Georgia Bulldogs once again have a formidable backfield even after losing Elijah Holyfield (undrafted) to the NFL.
D’Andre Swift, James Cook and Brian Herrien return to create a nice trio, but everyone is waiting on the debut of Zamir White. The prolific high school running back tore his ACL last August during a non-contact play.
White is the perfect blend of speed, power and ability. At 6-foot, 215 pounds, White packs a punch, and he has burner speed once he gets to the outside. He’s the total package, but he has to get healthy and stay healthy.
White piled up over 7,000 yards and 119 TDs during his high school career.
The Laurinburg, North Carolina, native was unable to play in the Bulldogs’ spring game due to his knee recovery. However, White shared a glimpse of how his recovery is going late Thursday night. The video below shows White, Cook and Swift working out late at night.
— The Dawg Bark (@TheDawgBark1) May 3, 2019