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Draft Scout Jake Fromm News
12/06/17 - 2017 SEC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Jake Fromm, Georgia,...Fromm, a native of Warner Robins, Ga., becomes UGA's first Freshman of the Year since Nick Chubb accomplished the feat in 2014. Fromm becomes the ninth Bulldog in history to be voted the league's top freshman (Garrison Hearst, 1990; Eric Zeier, 1991; Randall Godfrey, 1992; Quincy Carter, 1998; David Greene, 2001; Knowshon Moreno, 2007; A.J. Greene, 2008; Chubb, 2014). - Georgia Football
12/05/17 - 2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS SEC CO-NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Jake Fromm, Georgia,...Fromm, a true freshman from Warner Robins, Ga., shared his Newcomer honor with Auburn sophomore Jarrett Stidham, giving Georgia its first of this kind since Nick Chubb won it in 2014. - Georgia Football
12/02/17 - The College Football Playoff will feature a red and black hue. That's because the sixth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs did what few expected -- blow past No. 2 Auburn 28-7 to win the SEC Championship Game and presumably clinch a spot in the four-team playoff, set to be announced Sunday afternoon. The conference title is the first for Georgia (12-1) since 2005 and gives the Bulldogs a shot at greater glory. Should Kirby Smart's team win its semifinal contest on New Year's Day, the team would have a chance to play one more game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, this time for a national crown. Freshman quarterback Jake Fromm led the Bulldogs, completing 16 of 22 passes for 183 yards and two scores. Freshman D'Andre Swift led all rushers with seven carries for 88 yards, including a 64-yard touchdown run. Rodrigo Blankenship converted a pair of field goals to account for Georgia's other six points.
Auburn was held to just 259 yards, despite accounting for the game's first touchdown on a 6-yard pass to Nate Craig-Myers in the first quarter. With Georgia leading 10-7 after a hard-fought first half, Auburn maneuvered into position for a 30-yard game-tying field goal attempt by Daniel Carlson, only to have the kick blocked by seldom-used defensive lineman DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle. That was just the beginning of Georgia's second-half surge. After a 35-yard field goal by Blankenship pushed the lead to six, Georgia's defense did it again. Lorenzo Carter stripped Kerryon Johnson of the ball, which Roquan Smith picked up and returned to the Tigers' 39. Four plays later, Fromm threw his second touchdown pass -- a 7-yarder to Terry Godwin. A subsequent two-point conversion -- also to Godwin -- pushed the lead to 21-7 and putting the pro-Bulldog crowd of 76,534 into a frenzy. - The Sports Xchange
11/27/17 - NOV 27 SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia...Fromm matched a career-high 75 percent completion rate on 12-for-16 passing for 224 yards (No. 2 in his career) and two touchdowns during the Bulldogs' 38-7 whipping of Georgia Tech in Atlanta; he added two rushes for 20 yards in the contest...He stands third in the SEC in Pass Efficiency with a 167.7 mark after highlighting Saturday's performance by hitting senior Ahkil Crumpton for a career-long 78-yard touchdown pass...Fromm has directed an offense that finished the regular season ranked third in SEC games in Scoring Offense at 36.9 points/game and made the Bulldogs the 10th team in school history to tally at least 11 wins in a season (first since 2012). - SEC Football
11/04/17 - After winning its first five SEC games by an average of 32 points, a lead of merely 11 heading into the fourth quarter against South Carolina was an unsettling position for Georgia. However, it never got closer. The Bulldogs' defense held the Gamecocks to three second-half points, enabling the No. 1 team in the College Football Playoff rankings to beat the Gamecocks 24-10 Saturday at Sanford Stadium. Quarterback Jake Fromm dispelled the notion suggested earlier this week by South Carolina safety Chris Lammons that the Bulldogs (9-0, 6-0 SEC) could not pass the ball.
The freshman completed 16 of 22 passes for 196 yards. Georgia, which rushed for 242 yards, got 102 from Nick Chubb and 81 from Sony Michel. Quarterback Jake Bentley accounted for most of the offense for the Gamecocks (6-3, 4-3), completing 21 of 35 passes for 227 yards and one touchdown. Leading 14-7 at half, Georgia took the opening kickoff of the third and drove 75 yards, with Fromm hitting Mecole Hardman with a 20-yard pass to put the Bulldogs up by 14. A 24-yard field goal by Parker White brought the Gamecocks within 11 before Rodrigo Blankenship answered with a 20-yard field goal midway through the fourth to extend the lead to 24-10. South Carolina tried to answer, getting as far as the Georgia 44, before turning the ball over on downs with 4:52 left. - The Sports Xchange