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Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint: 2024 NFL Draft Profile, Projection, Prediction

Palmber-Thombsby:Palmer Thombs04/19/24


Few programs have been better at putting players into the NFL during the Kirby Smart era than Georgia, and this year’s draft is no different. Brock Bowers, Amarius Mims and Ladd McConkey are likely to go early. There’s the mid-round guys like Kamari Lassiter, Javon Bullard and Tykee Smith and the late-round steals like Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint, Sedrick Van Pran and a pair of running backs – Kendall Milton and Daijun Edwards.

Looking to hit double-digits for a third consecutive year, the Bulldogs sent 11 to the NFL Combine earlier in the process. A couple more worked out at UGA’s Pro Day. To preview it all for you, DawgsHQ takes an individual look at Georgia’s players in the draft pool, recapping their career in red and black and providing the latest projections (and a prediction of our own) for where they’ll fall on draft night.

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint

Rosemy-Jacksaint was one of the top receivers coming out of high school, ranked No. 65 overall and No. 10 at his position. He played early on at Georgia before a devastating ankle injury ended his freshman season and set him back some as a sophomore. Still, the St. Thomas Aquinas product was able to put together a productive career at Georgia.

Totaling 63 receptions, 872 yards and six touchdowns the last two seasons, Rosemy-Jacksaint became more than just a blocker. He earned his way onto the field with a willingness to put his nose in there and get physical, and that ended up in opportunities as a pass catcher. Given those chances, we saw the kind of player Georgia fans always hoped Rosemy-Jacksaint would be.

This past season, Rosemy-Jacksaint played his best football to date. He caught seven passes in a road win at Tennessee totaling 91 yards and two touchdowns. He also had 94 yards including a career-long 50 yarder against UAB and followed that up two weeks later with 99 yards and a touchdown versus Kentucky. Nine times did Rosemy-Jacksaint haul in multiple passes, consistently proving himself to be a productive player for the Bulldogs. Many believe his best football is still ahead of him. Count this guy as one of them.

Palmer’s Prediction: Rosemy-Jacksaint is going to be a valuable player in the NFL. He’s a bigger bodied receiver with good hands, and while he’s doesn’t necessarily have the elite speed a lot of teams are looking for, he’s a solid route runner and a more than willing blocker. That’s going to earn him a spot on a roster. While many mocks don’t have Rosemy-Jacksaint coming off the board at all over the course of the three-day event with a large knock on him being his speed, a strong showing at the Senior Bow makes me believe some team will decide he’s worth a day three selection. That wouldn’t surprise me at all. Putting a prediction on it, I’ll say Rosemy-Jacksaint goes in the sixth round.

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