Starting Georgia football OL announces 2024 return

Georgia Bulldogs starting offensive guard Tate Ratledge announced that he plans to return to Athens for the 2024 season. Ratledge started 27 games during the last two seasons for Georgia. His return brings continuity to the Georgia offensive front.

Ratledge was named as a coaches All-SEC first-team selection and as an AP All-American for his efforts in 2023. Ratledge will return for a fifth season in Athens. He is projected to be Georgia’s top offensive lineman in 2024. The 6-foot-6, 310-pound offensive lineman was likely to be an NFL draft selection, but instead he is opting to try to win another national championship at Georgia.

Ratledge joins defensive tackle Nazir Stackhouse in announcing his return to Georgia on Jan. 5. Georgia Bulldog fans are hyped up after Ratledge announced his return!

Ratledge announces his return

Georgia is reloading for 2024

UGA is returning some serious talent

Another potential player that could return

UGA is returning quite a few veteran players

Tate Ratledge's great block vs. Tennessee

UGA will need Ratledge's experience

The Dawgs’ schedule in 2024 features games at Alabama and at Texas.

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Ratledge has a lot of experience playing on the road in loud stadiums.

Story originally appeared on UGA Wire