Bowers Enters the NFL Draft; Humphrey Joins the Transfer Portal

One by one, some of the Georgia Bulldogs’ most prominent players are taking paths away from Athens.

Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers declared for the NFL draft this evening. He announced his plans on Instagram.


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“Words cannot describe how thankful I am for what these last 3 years has brought,” said Bowers in an Instagram post. “It has been a privilege to play for this university. It has given me memories that will last a lifetime.”

Bowers leaves the Dawgs with an enviable record. In 2023, he scored 28 rushing yards, 714 receiving yards from five receptions, and six touchdowns. He had one rushing TD. Bowers’ most notable games this past season were against UAB, where he had two receiving TDs, and against Auburn, 157 receiving yards.

Bowers’ total successes at UGA were 193 rushing yards, 5 rushing touchdowns, 2538 receiving yards, and 26 receiving touchdowns.

Dawgs cornerback Julian Humphrey announced he is headed for the transfer portal. He has three years left of eligibility.

As a member of the Bulldogs in 2023, he played nine games and racked up three tackles and a pass breakup in the Missouri game.

Humphrey joins a lengthy list of Bulldogs currently in the transfer portal.

Other Bulldogs entering the NFL draft besides Bowers are Ladd McConkey (WR), Zion Logue (DL), Daijun Edwards (RB), Kendal Menton (RB), and Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint (WR) and Tykee Smith (DB).