July 12, 2024

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Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers is one of the premier prospects in the 2024 NFL draft class. He is expected to be a high first-round pick next month and reportedly will not be participating in Georgia’s Pro Day later today due to a hamstring injury.

While this injury is not expected to be lingering or affect him in any way come the NFL season, the fact one of the top non-quarterbacks will not be able to participate in the school’s Pro Day is concerning to say the least. Last season, Brock Bowers missed a few games as he recovered from a high ankle sprain and surgery to recover from it.

CINCINNATI — The Bengals sent multuple coaches to Georgia’s Pro Day on Wednesday according to Jim Nagy, including offensive coordinator Dan Pitcher, defensive line coach Marion Hobby, running backs coach Justin Hill and cornerbacks coach Charles Burks.

It’s worth noting that all 32 NFL teams have representatives there. Top tight Brock Bowers (hamstring) and offensive tackle Amarius Mims (hamstring) aren’t participating. Mims will bench press, but he won’t do any field drills. Both guys will workout for NFL teams on April 10.

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