Here's why Kearis Jackson is an undervalued piece to top-ranked Georgia football

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Author - joshai

Kearis Jackson's time in Georgia football dates back to times when Mecole Hardman, as well as Riley Ridley 

were still in the wide receiver's room alongside him, and Jim Chaney was the offensive coordinator. 

In his fifth season in Georgia, Jackson showed in his 50th game as a Bulldog an undervalued part of the nation's number. nine passing defense. 

He's not the center of the unit that is led by the quarterback Stetson Bennett as well as the tight end Brock Bowers and Darnell Washington 

and wide receiver Ladd McConkey However, he's an established player that is able to play when needed. 

"He's someone who's been there been there, done that," coach Kirby Smart told reporters. 

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