Jamie Newman is a popular name in the pro-scout circle, and for good reason after rising in the Wake Forest record books last season. Now he’s at Georgia, where he should be the top quarterback in the SEC entering the season. He completed nearly 61 percent of his passes and threw for 2,868 years and 26 touchdowns at Wake Forest despite losing his two best receivers late in the 2019 season.
Georgia’s offense is set up perfectly for Newman to excel, and adding his ability to pick up yardage on the ground (he ran for 78 yards or more in four games last season) might make him the most dangerous quarterback in the country. [Emphasis added.]
Will the preseason All-SEC voting melt Buddy’s brain? One can only hope.