It’s never too early to start scouting for the draft, and the Buccaneers can get started with the powerhouse matchup between Georgia and Clemson.
College football is back. While there were a few games over the past few days that were fun to watch, they were merely the amuse-bouche for a weekend that is headlined by serval high-profile games.
It is still difficult to determine where every team across the country stands after a strange and abbreviated 2020 season, but it does look like Georgia and Clemson are going to put on quite a show in the first huge game of the season.
SEC vs. ACC is always a sight to see, especially when Clemson and Georgia have been so great in recent years. Both schools have the talent to make this an extremely close match, and there is enough talent on both teams to keep NFL scouts salivating throughout the affair, regardless of the score.
Clemson is much harder to figure out after losing so much of their offense to the NFL over the past few seasons, and while they do have the talent to win this game, the well-known players in this game will mostly come from Georgia, who could have five or six players go in the opening rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft.
Jason Licht is a smart coach; the Buccaneers will keep a very close eye on games like this.
And, for the record, the official prediction is Georgia comes out hot to win 35-21 over a new-look Clemson team.