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  A series of text messages from former Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm circulated on Twitter on Thursday afternoon. In a conversation with a longtime friend, who sent the messages under the @ashleymp20 social media handle, Fromm used the term "elite white people." Fromm apologized for his comments, which were communicated in March 2019. "I am extremely sorry," Fromm wrote in a Twitter post. "...There's no excuse for that word choice and sentiment." In those original comments, made on the subject of guns, he said to "just make them very expensive so only elite white people can get them haha."

The Houston County High School star was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the fifth round of April's NFL Draft. Fromm left Georgia after his junior season. He finished fourth in school history in passing yards (8,224), second in touchdowns (78), fourth in completions (621) and fifth in attempts (982). His career completion percentage of 63.2 ranks third in school history. - Macon Telegraph


(DS#6 QB) Jr/2020 QB *Jake FrommGeorgia
News Source: Macon Telegraph


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