The Bills drafted quarterback Jake Fromm from Georgia in the fifth round with the 167th pick. Fromm, 21, threw for 8,224 yards and 78 touchdowns in three seasons at Georgia.
Fromm is a native of Warner Robins, Ga. He stands at 6-2 and weighs 215 pounds.
1. Winner, winner
In the ultra-competitive SEC conference, Jake Fromm brought Georgia to the ultimate game as a freshman in 2017 as the Bulldogs faced Alabama in the College Football Playoff Championship game. It helped Fromm earn SEC Freshman Player of the Year honors.
He also led Georgia to three consecutive SEC championship games (2017-2019).
Fromm went 36-7 as a starting quarterback for the Bulldogs.
2. Experience in pro-style offense
As a three-year starter at Georgia, Fromm operated in a pro-style offense working under center and from the shotgun. He's fantastic at working through his progressions, often getting to his third read on a play.
He has the ability to anticipate and throw receivers open. Fromm has excellent ball placement and timing and puts the ball in a position where the receiver can attack and gain yards after the catch.
Bounced back well from tough hits and was given the ability to reset protections and change plays at the line of scrimmage.
Fromm completed better than 63 percent of his passes in his collegiate career for more than 8,200 yards with 78 touchdowns against just 18 interceptions.
3. Little Slugger
Fromm was a player who appeared in the Little League World Series back in 2011. He hit three home-runs with eight RBI in the international baseball tournament while playing shortstop. He also struck out 11 batters as a pitcher.
Unfortunately, his Warner Robins team from Georgia fell one game short of the US Championship game.
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