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Georgia Football Gives First Look at Ladd McConkey in Chargers Jersey

The Georgia Bulldogs social media team has released a first look at what Ladd McConkey will look like in action with his new team.

During his time with the Georgia Bulldogs, it was clear that Ladd McConkey had an extremely unique skill set. With accurate route running and elite speed, the Bulldogs wide receiver became one of the more recognizable names in this year’s NFL Draft. McConkey’s elite skills and notoriety ultimately helped him land a second-round selection by the Los Angeles Chargers.

While the NFL season is still months away and it will be a while before fans see McConkey take on his new thread, the Georgia Bulldogs social media team has done a great job of giving both Bulldogs and Chargers fans a taste of what’s to come the wide will look like in action during the 2024 NFL season.

Although it might take some time for Bulldog fans to get used to seeing Ladd McConkey in anything other than a Georgia jersey. The NFL Rookie will undoubtedly be one of the most followed players of the 2024 season and will likely play football at the professional level for many years to come.

Georgia Bulldogs 2024 NFL Draft Summary:

First round:

Brock Bowers – Las Vegas Raiders (13th overall)

Amarius Mims – Cincinnati Bengals (18th overall)

Second round:

Ladd McConkey – Las Angeles Chargers (34th overall)

Kamari Lassiter – Houston Texans (42nd overall)

Javon Bullard – Green Bay Packers (58th overall)

Third round:

Tykee Smith – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (89th overall)

Fifth round:

Sedrick Van Pran-Granger – Buffalo Bills (141st overall)

Sixth round:

Zion Logue – Atlanta Falcons (197th overall)

UDFA signing:

Kendall Milton – Philadelphia Eagles

Daijun Edwards – Pittsburgh Steelers

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint – Washington Commanders

Georgia Bulldogs 2024 Football Schedule

  • August 31 – vs. Clemson (Atlanta, Georgia)
  • September 7 – vs. Tennessee Tech
  • September 14 – @Kentucky
  • September 21 – DIEN
  • September 28 @ Alabama
  • October 5 – vs. Auburn
  • October 12 – vs. Mississippi State
  • October 19 – @Texas
  • October 26 – DIEN
  • November 2 – vs. Florida (Jacksonville, Florida)
  • Nov 9 – @ Ole Miss
  • November 16 – vs. Tennessee
  • Nov. 23 vs. UMass
  • Nov. 30 vs. Georgia Tech

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