Barely more than a year into his college career at Georgia, Jake Fromm has already established his reputation as a kid who works. And then works some more.
After taking over as the Bulldogs starter in week 2, he led the team to the SEC Championship, Rose Bowl victory, and national title game. Some young players would rest on their laurels but not Fromm.
Georgia is on spring break this week, so plenty of students likely spent the weekend traveling from Athens to various warm destinations. But if you were looking for Fromm, you’d find him in one of his natural habitats (the other of course being a deer stand in the forest).
Fromm spent Sunday working out with QB Country, a quarterback training and development organization, going through all kinds of drills from footwork to accuracy to hitting different routes to play-action passes.
Take a look at his clips from the day below:
— QB Country (@QBCountry) March 11, 2018
Fromm acknowledged the fun he had with the team on Monday afternoon.
— JakefromStateFromm (@FrommJake) March 12, 2018
Georgia fans have to love this from the rising sophomore, even though they may already be coming to expect it. That work ethic is something that will go a long way toward helping Fromm hold off any kind of push from incoming freshman sensation Justin Fields when spring practice begins.
Bulldogs fans next chance to see Fromm in action will be at G-Day on April 21.