Athens – James Cook Announcing his return for another season, it appears that suddenly Georgia’s attack on soccer may be the best in the SEC next season.
The Bulldogs had confirmed earlier this hour that the midfielder in Year Two of Ridditchi GT Daniels would also return for the 2023 season and “unfinished business”.
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Minutes later, Devonte White also announced his defensive interference in a comeback due to “unfinished business”.
Cook’s tweet revealed that Georgia had the next season’s logo in place.
Turn it back on🐶4️⃣ #unfinished business
– James Cook (@ thegreat__4) January 5, 2023
Young from Miami, Cook developed into game-breaking in last season’s Todd Monken Attack, and looks like he’s a perfect fit for Air Raid’s concepts.
Cook was the runner-up in the Bulldogs with 303 yards over 45 loads in eight games. He also finished fourth on the team at receptions as he recorded 16 catches for 225 yards, including one for an 82-yard march against Alabama.
The younger brother of NFL star Dalvin Cook, James missed the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl last Friday due to the sudden death of his father.
Cook makes a comeback in a hugely talented background with the comeback of budding budding talent Kendall Milton and versatile sophomore student Kenny Macintosh.
Junior Georgia Zamir White, who beat two knee surgeries in an effort to fulfill his NFL dreams, has yet to announce his intentions for the next season.
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