340 lbs Jordan Davis scored the greatest TD man in football history

340 lbs Jordan Davis scored the greatest TD man in football history

The Georgia Bulldogs scored their first touchdown against Charleston Southern by handing the ball to Jordan Davis, a 340-pound defensive lineman.

Jordan Davis reached the Bronco Nagorski Cup Final. Perhaps the Heisman Cup should take a look at a two-way player who weighs in at 340 pounds.

Defensive by trade, Davies served as Georgia’s bouncer against Charleston Southern.

He made his mark, and Heisman’s statement, when he delivered him on the goal line and punched him to score.

You will never see a drop faster than a yard as long as you watch football. This is the climax. It’s all down from here. Davis, generously listed at 340 pounds, is close to 360 pounds, according to coach Kirby Smart, so this may be part of the goalposting going forward. Who will stop him?

Defender Jordan Davis scored a goal for Georgia

Davis came into the game with 23 tackles in total, 3.5 tackles for a loss and two cases in 2021 for the nation’s #1 first-team defense.

He can now add a drop-off to his career stats.

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