It’s an interesting mix of the great and slightly disappointing.
Jake is freaking killing it in the intermediate (10-19 yards) passing game. I’ve said it before, but there is no one in college football who can throw that sideline pass better than Fromm does. His short passing game is pretty ridiculous, too.
The other nice thing this shows is that his throwing has become more balanced. Compare the above with this chart from last November.
He’s much harder to defend because those directional splits have disappeared.
Also note that he’s thrown the ball behind the line of scrimmage at a much greater rate than he did in 2017 and it’s been very productive.
What’s disappointing, though, as the second chart indicates, is that his downfield game (20+ yards) has regressed: the completion rate is about 15 percentage points lower and his TD/INT ratio is much worse. No doubt some of that is on his receiving help, but still. Some of that may explain why Georgia is going deep at a somewhat lesser rate than it did in 2017.
Overall, though, those charts paint a pretty good picture of a quarterback who is steadily improving from what was an impressive freshman season.