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As the 2024 Draft approaches, eyes are set on Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers. Bowers is already regarded as one of the premier tight ends in the current draft class, standing at 6 feet and 3 inches and weighing 243 pounds. Many analysts from the NFL network have also pitched him to be drafted in the early rounds.

Bowers has been making waves as a freshman with the Bulldogs in 2021. His physicality sets him apart from other players on the field, alongside his versatility and athleticism. His game also possesses many aspects like speed, agility, and catching ability, which have propelled many top teams to ignite their interest in him.

Brock Bowers, the young Bulldogs powerhouse

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Born on 13th December 2002, in Napa, California, Brock Bowers started playing football for the Bulldogs in Georgia. He led them to multiple wins in his debut season. Bowers has amassed 26 touchdowns and 2,538 receiving yards in college, backing himself as a strong prospect for the 2024 NFL Draft. While describing his playstyle, Bowers said, “I always strive to give my best on the field and make a positive impact for my team.”

According to Daniel Jeremiah, the lead draft analyst for the NFL Network, Bowers is expected to be the seventh overall prospect as a top tight-end. In a recent interview, Joel Klatt highlighted Bowers’ potential impact on the NFL, stating, “Brock Bowers has the talent and versatility to thrive in the league. He’s a dynamic playmaker who can contribute to various game aspects.” He’s been a revelation in the NCAA and would look to don the same character as he enters the NFL.

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Potential destinations for Bowers as he snubs the NFL combine

Brock Bowers is known for his strong work ethic and humility. He has always been appreciative of the support he received from his coaches and teammates. Reflecting on his journey, he affirmed his aim to play professional football, confessing, “I’m incredibly thankful for the experiences and lessons I’ve gained on this journey. I’m excited to see where the future takes me.

Joel Klatt also said, “Now, in my [Klatt’s] first mock draft, I took Brock Bowers to the Chargers at 5. I thought that was a bit early for Bowers, but I like Bowers compared to the Chargers because of Jim Harbaugh.” He also emphasized that “Harbaugh is a tight end oriented and offensive line oriented offensive coach. This is what he wants in his team.” His take on Bowers’ next move adds to the hype surrounding the playmaking player.

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NFL’s Chase Daniel believes the Bengals are the best fit for Bowers. Daniel appreciated Bowers’ acceleration and agility, crediting his strength to fend off tackles. While he decided to forgo participating in the draft workouts, teams like the Los Angeles Chargers and Cincinnati Bengals have been linked to draft him. Where do you think he will eventually land? Let us know in the comments below.

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