Georgia’s Jake Fromm announced Wednesday that he will forgo his senior season in Athens and declare for the 2020 NFL draft.  Fromm, a Georgia native, arrived on campus as a five-star recruit and ended up starting all three seasons he spent with the Bulldogs. Originally the No. 2 quarterback coming out of fall camp as a true freshman, Fromm was thrust into action when starter Jacob Eason went down with a knee injury. Fromm played so well that he held onto the starting role even when Eason returned to health.  That season, Fromm led the Bulldogs to an SEC championship and the College Football Playoff. Georgia’s only loss that regular season came on the road against Auburn, but UGA won the rematch three weeks later with the conference championship on the line. From there, Georgia outlasted Oklahoma 54-48 in double overtime in a CFP semifinal. Next was the national championship game against Alabama. Georgia jumped out to a 20-10 halftime lead, but Alabama stormed back to win in overtime behind a freshman quarterback named Tua Tagovailoa.  Georgia hasn’t returned to the College Football Playoff since. Georgia went 11-1 in the regular season in 2018 and 2019 before falling in the SEC ...