Andrew Thomas to forgo Sugar Bowl, enter 2020 NFL Draft
UGA football junior offensive lineman Andrew Thomas will forgo the Sugar Bowl and will enter the 2020 NFL Draft.
Thomas made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon via his Twitter account.
Bulldog Nation, thank you for the memories ❤️🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/nYXgMzxfaW
— Andrew Thomas (@allforgod_55) December 17, 2019
Andrew Thomas (6-5, 320) signed with the Georgia Bulldogs on National Signing Day on February 1, 2017. He played high school football at Pace Academy in Lithonia, Ga.
As a freshman, Thomas started all 15 games and was named to the Freshman All-America Teams by ESPN, USA Today, and the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).
Following his sophomore season in Athens, Andrew Thomas was named to the 2018 SI.com All-America First Team, 2018 Associated Press & Walter Camp All-America Second Team, 2018 Coaches All-SEC First Team, and 2018 Associated Press All-SEC Second Team.
Thomas continued to rack up the awards after starting 13 games to date in 2019. He was named to the Walter Camp All-America 1st Team and also won the SEC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy.
Andrew Thomas will be missed in Athens, but will be a high draft pick in the 2019 NFL Draft and should have a great career as a professional. Good luck Andrew and Go Dawgs!