Tate Ratledge might be the most exciting option at guard, but he is not the only one for Georgia

At this point, we shouldn’t be surprised by Tate Ratledge anymore.

First, he broke into the starting line-up at right guard at G-Day in 2021. An encouraging sign for the redshirt freshman in his first spring practice.

Then last fall he had perhaps the best fall camp out of anyone and started Georgia’s season-opener against Clemson. For a player who arrived at Georgia with a lot of promise, the offensive guard from Rome, Ga., looked well on his to living up to the lofty expectations that come with being the No. 37 overall player in the 2020 recruiting class.

In the early stages of fall practice this go-around, Ratledge looks like the player we saw last August. He seems to have great strength, as evidenced by some of his impressive lifts in a recent video put out by the Georgia football Twitter account. He’s also taking first-team reps at the right guard spot once again, appearing to have a leg up on one of the more-contested position battles this fall.






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