He announced the decision on social media Friday evening.
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— SWIFT7️⃣ (@DAndreSwift) January 3, 2020
ESPN NFL Draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. lists Swift as the No. 1 draft-eligible running back and the 16th highest-rated player overall on his Big Board.
Swift, a former top recruit from Philadelphia, played sparingly in Georgia’s bowl game because of a lingering injury. He rushed for 1,218 yards and seven touchdowns this season.
An adept pass-catcher, Swift caught a combined 56 passes in the past two seasons.
Georgia will be without its No. 2 running back next year as well, as Brian Herrien graduates.
The Bulldogs will add to the mix former four-star recruit Kendall Milton, whom ESPN ranks as the eighth-best running back in the 2020 class.