ATHENS — Georgia football 2020 quarterback commitment Carson Beck was featured in a College Football Edits tweet this week.
The video highlights speaks for themselves
Beck, who won Florida Mr. Football last season at Mandarin High School in Jacksonville, Fla., displays a quick release, strong arm and great touch on the deep ball in the highlight video.
The No 3-ranked Pro Style quarterback and 75th ranked player overall according to the 247Sports composite, Beck chose the Bulldogs over Florida and Alabama in March.
More specifically, Beck chose to trust his future with Georgia quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator James Coley over Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian and Florida coach Dan Mullen.
Beck, once committed to Alabama, was 209-for-356 passing for 3,546 yards in 2018. He led his high school program to its first-ever state title in the Class 8A ranks.
Beck, 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds, was impressed with Georgia’s team chemistry during the recruiting process. It’s something he places a priority on.
“Really, what motivates me is just the love and brotherhood of football and all my teammates, and just fighting for them and all of my coaches,” Beck said in the College Football Edits video. “I know that they put so much time into me and put so much time into all my teammates.”
Beck will be an early enrollee next January, so at this time next season he will have just completed spring football drills.
The Georgia quarterback competition next year depends greatly on whether or not junior Jake Fromm elects to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft.
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Fromm has been widely projected as a first-round pick in 2020.
UGA freshman D’Wan Mathis, an early enrollee, is competing with junior college transfer and former Bulldogs’ walk-on Stetson Bennett for backup duties entering the 2019 season.
Beck showed out at the UnderArmor All-American camp on Feb. 24 in Orlando, per this CBS Sports video.