Georgia LB Robert Beal accepts Shrine Bowl invitation

Georgia Bulldogs outside linebacker Robert Beal has accepted an invitation to the 2023 East-West Shrine Bowl. NFL rookies like Arizona State corner Jack Jones, Wake Forest tackle Zach Tom, and Virginia tight end Jelani Woods played in the game last season.

6-foot-4, 255 pound senior has 8.0 career sacks at Georgia. Beal has played in 47 games at Georgia and has 59 total tackles. Beal will try to boost his NFL draft stock at the 2023 Shrine Bowl, which will be played on Feb. 2, 2023.

Robert Beal came to Georgia as a talented four-star recruit out of Peachtree Ridge High School. Beal’s hometown is Norcross, Georgia.

Beal began his playing career at Georgia back in 2018. He recorded a team-high 6.5 sacks during Georgia’s national championship run during the 2021 college football season.

Beal accepting the invitation to the Shrine Bowl means he will likely declare for the 2023 NFL draft. Beal does have another season of eligibility in 2023.


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Story originally appeared on UGA Wire