Zamir White among 4 Georgia players on FWAA Freshman watch list

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Georgia outside linebacker Azeez Ojulari is on the FWAA Freshman All-American Watch List

ATHENS — Kirby Smart sends the same message every year, that the best players will play, regardless of class.

That was evident last season when Georgia led the nation with three FWAA Freshmen All-American selections.

There are young Bulldogs are starting the year at the head of the class once again.

Georgia is one of three schools with four freshman players on the FWAA Freshman Player of the Year watch list, matching SEC rivals Tennessee and Alabama in that regard.

Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence was the FWAA Freshman of the Year last season, garnering that honor before he beat Alabama in the College Football Playoff Championship Game.

Tailback Zamir White and receiver George Pickens are two of the 37 offensive players on the watch list released on Friday.

White, coming off ACL tears in each knee the past two years, is also a candidate for the FWAA Most Inspirational Player of the Year Award. Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez won that award last season.

WATCH: Zamir White runs through another linebacker

The Bulldogs have two players among the 37 defensive and special teams players on the watch list, outside linebackers Azeez Ojulari an Nolan Smith.

Georgia might have had a fifth player on the watch list, but inside linebacker Nakobe Dean has been hobbled by a high ankle sprain.

The FWAA Freshman Watch List will be updated weekly.

The three Bulldogs on last year’s FWAA Freshman All-American Team were:

• Defensive lineman Jordan Davis

• Offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson

Bo Nix-QB-Auburn

Owen Pappoe-OLB-Auburn

Kenyon Green-OL-Texas A&M

DeMarvin Leal-DL-Texas A&M

George Pickens-WR-Georgia

Zamir White (RS)-RB-Georgia

Nolan Smith-LB-Georgia

Azeez Ojulari (RS)-LB-Georgia

Matt Corral (RS)-QB-Ole Miss

Jerrion Ealy-RB-Ole Miss

Trey Knox-WR-Arkansas

Greg Brooks Jr.-DB Arkansas

John Emery Jr.-RB-LSU

Derek Stingley Jr.-CB-LSU

Cade York-Kicker-LSU

Wanya Morris-OL-Tennessee

Darnell Wright-OL-Tennessee

Henry To’o To’o-LB-Tennessee

Warren Burrell-CB-Tennessee

Evan Neal-OL-Alabama

Will Reichard-Kicker-Alabama

DJ Dale-DL-Alabama

Justin Eboigbe-DL-Alabama

Zacch Pickens-DL-South Carolina

Jared Casey-LB-Kentucky

Kaiir Elam-DB-Florida

Big 12

Trejan Bridges-WR-Oklahoma

Spencer Sanders (RS)-QB-Oklahoma State

Tyler Lacy (RS)-DL-Oklahoma State

Jordan Whittington-RB-Texas

Jake Smith-WR-Texas

Ayodele Adeoye (RS)-LB-Texas

Breece Hall-RB-Iowa State

Will McDonald (RS)-LB-Iowa State

Pac-12

Jayden Daniels-QB-Arizona State

Jalen “Boobie” Curry-WR-Arizona

Drake Jackson-DL-USC

Sean Rhyan-OL-UCLA

Dimitri Stanley (RS)-WR-Colorado

Mark Perry-DB-Colorado

Mycah Pittman-WR-Oregon

Kayvon Thibodeaux-DL-Oregon

Verone McKinley III (RS)-DB-Oregon

Cameron Williams-DB-Washington

Ryan Sanborn-Punter-Stanford

Ben Lennon-Punter-Utah

Big Ten

Noah Cain-RB-Penn State

Justin Shorter (RS)-WR-Penn State

Rasheed Walker (RS)-OL-Penn State

Zach Charbonnet-RB-Michigan

Daxton Hill-DB-Michigan

Wan’Dale Robinson-WR-Nebraska

David Bell-WR-Purdue

George Karlaftis-DL-Purdue

Garrett Wilson-WR-Ohio State

Jaelen Gill (RS)-WR-Ohio State

Cameron Williams-LB-Indiana

Julian Barnett-DB-Michigan State

ACC

Sam Howell-QB-North Carolina

Jarren Williams (RS)-QB-Miami

Zion Nelson-OL-Miami

Nolan Groulx-WR-Wake Forest

Frank Ladson Jr.-WR-Clemson

KJ Henry (RS)-DL-Clemson

Zonovan Knight-RB-NC State

Payton Wilson (RS)-LB-NC State

Savion Jackson-DL-NC State

Jowon Briggs-DL-Virginia

Dontae Lucas-OL-Florida State

Jaleel McRae-LB-Florida State

Akeem Dent-DB-Florida State

Independent

Jarrett Patterson (RS)-OL-Notre Dame

Jacob Lacey-DL-Notre Dame

Jay Bramblett-Punter-Notre Dame

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