MOBILE, Ala. — His smile lights up the rooms, his conversation expresses his joy for the game and his engulf every football thrown in his direction.

Outgoing Georgia receiver Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint makes quite an impression, and this week he’s added another dimension.

“I am faster,” Rosemy-Jackson said, asked about the sudden bursts he’s shown during the Senior Bowl practices this week. “It is the speed work.”

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To be clear, Rosemy-Jacksaint was never slow, and the quickness he’s showing coming out of breaks and getting past defenders might ultimately equate to “football speed.”

No one is expecting Rosemy-Jacksaint to run a 4.4-second time at the NFL combine — most receivers his side will run in the 4.5 range.

But there’s a renewed look about Rosemy-Jacksaint, who earned the trust and respect of his coaches and fans with his do-everything blue-collar work ethic.

“He’s just a really cool football player, and I give your (Georgia) fanbase a lot of credit, they recognize that,” Senior Bowl executive director and former NFL scout Jim Nagy said.

“When we announced Rosemy-Jacksaint coming to the game, it was amazing in all the comments, the fanbase understood the blocking, they understood the dependability with the hands and the special teams part of it.”

Would you believe Rosemy-Jacksaint has caught 63 passes for 872 yards and 6 touchdowns over the past two seasons without dropping a single pass?

NFL teams have certainly taken note, and Rosemy-Jacksaint is a slam dunk to get drafted and avoid the uncertain waters of free agency.

The question is, might the electrical bursts of speed he’s showing at the Senior Bowl translate to the NFL combine track and enable him to push his way into the second day of the NFL Draft?

“He’s everything you’re looking for in a Day 3 receiver; he’s tough, dependable his hands are incredible,” Nagy said. “He blocks his tail off, he plays on special teams, he’s a high character guy.”

And he’s a guy who has the love of the game

“I just love the contact, I love catching the ball, I love scoring touchdowns, the whole process,” Rosemy-Jacksaint said.

“The offseason working out and running when you’re hurting ... the whole process.”

Georgia Senior Bowl players Ladd McConkey and Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint get their picture taken with UGA receivers coach Bryan McClendon, who was in Mobile to support his former position players on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024. (Mike Griffith / DawgNation/Dawgnation)

Rosemy-Jacksaint will continue to carry out the blue-collar blocking assignments and catch those tough, third-down passes over the middle, but he believes there’s another element in his game that NFL teams and fans will soon see.

“My acrobatic ability catching the ball, and high-pointing it,” Rosemary-Jacksaint said.

“I feel like I hadn’t shown a lot of that at Georgia, wasn’t really put in position to make those high back shoulder throws or those high red area fade balls. I can go up and get the ball.”

Indeed, Rosemy-Jacksaint figures to be quite a catch in the 2024 NFL Draft.