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Georgia QB Jacob Eason
You've heard enough about 5-star pro-style passer Jacob Eason to make your head spin at this point, but you haven't heard anything yet.
After Georgia struggled at the quarterback position last year with Greyson Lambert at the helm, all eyes will be on the Lake Stevens, Washington, native when first-year head coach Kirby Smart opens spring practice.
Is Eason going to make mistakes? Sure.
But every spring (especially during Smart's time at Alabama), there are one or two scrimmages that are specifically geared toward quarterbacks lighting up defenses just to see what they've got. When Eason completes 486 of his 35 passes for 3,000 yards and 14 touchdowns in one scrimmage (yes, that's all sarcasm), get ready for the Eason hype train to kick into overdrive.
"He’s acclimated well, doing a good job in the classroom," Smart said on national signing day, according to quotes emailed by Georgia. "We’re holding him to a high expectation as a leader on this team."