Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm sustained a minor fracture in his non-throwing hand this week but will still attend all summer workouts, Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart said.

Georgia QB Jake Fromm Breaks Hand

Smart told ESPN the sophomore’s injury was “insignificant.” Fromm reportedly fractured his hand in a boating accident in Georgia on Monday.

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Fromm helped lead the Bulldogs to the SEC championship in 2017 as a freshman. Georgia also reached the College Football Playoff National Championship game but fell to Alabama.

Last season, Fromm logged 2,615 passing yards, 24 touchdown passes and seven interceptions. Georgia is also set to add five-star quarterback Justin Fields, a top-ranked prospect in this year’s signing class, but Fromm is expected to be the Bulldogs’ starter next fall. Fromm, 19, was named SEC Freshman of the Year in 2017.

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Smart signed a major deal earlier this year to stay on as Georgia’s head coach.


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