Jake Fromm has been Georgia’s starting quarterback ever since he took over for an injured Jacob Eason in Week 1 of 2017. Fromm hasn’t looked back since, and neither have the Bulldogs.
Fromm’s first year in Athens was a major success. The Warner Robins, Ga., native threw for 2,615 yards and 24 touchdowns en route to leading Georgia to a National Championship Game appearance.
The Bulldogs did fall just short of victory against a formidable Alabama team, but the foundation was set for the Bulldogs to remain a mainstay as one of college football’s premier programs.
Fromm is also looking to continue that momentum as he heads into the 2018 season. Yet again, he’ll be facing stiff competition with freshman phenom Justin Fields lurking in the background.
All signs point to Fromm, once again, being the leader behind center, however.
In order to put himself in the best position to help Georgia get over the top and win a national title, the 6-foot-2, 225-pound passer has been training with QB Country. Here’s a clip of one of his most recent workouts:
— QB Country (@QBCountry) May 27, 2018
To say that Fromm looks sharp in the video would be an understatement. Yes, it can be difficult to gauge how much improvement has been made in a video like the one above. But Bulldogs fans should — at the very least — be happy with the work that the star quarterback is putting in.
That should translate to even more success on the field in 2018.
After winning SEC Freshman of the Year, there’s a lot of expectations on Fromm and the rest of the Bulldogs. From the looks of it, those expectations could be met — or even exceeded — before it’s all said and done.