Georgia is losing another receiver to the draft as Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint announced on X, formerly known as Twitter, that he was entering the 2024 NFL draft. Rosemy-Jacksaint was a senior leader for the Bulldogs and was a very reliable target for the Bulldogs offense.
Rosemy-Jacksaint came to the Bulldogs in 2020, but suffered a gruesome leg injury after scoring a touchdown against Florida. He was able to rehab and comeback from that serious injury to help the Bulldogs in the coming seasons.
He caught 34 passes for 535 yards and four touchdowns this season. He finishes his four-year career with 1,028 yards and seven touchdowns. Even though he was a late bloomer, Rosemy-Jacksaint served as a valuable receiving option for the Bulldogs. Additionally, Rosemy-Jacksaint is an excellent run blocker.
Losing Rosemy-Jacksaint will hurt the Georgia passing attack, but multiple receivers returning should help the Bulldogs. Dillon Bell, Dominic Lovett and Rara Thomas will share receiving duties as Rosemy-Jacksaint and Ladd McConkey leaving for the NFL.
We wish him the best at the next level.