Wait, what? Former Georgia Bulldogs star Bacarri Rambo was actually born as Bacarri Fudge and known in his hometown as Goo Fudge. Love it.
If you’d asked me where I thought former Georgia Bulldogs’ safety Bacarri Rambo would land in this year’s NFL Draft—despite questions about his “character”—I can tell you, without hesitation, that I would not have guessed the sixth-round. Rambo may not have been the best defensive back prospect in the draft, but he was certainly better than a majority of the players...
The Washington Redskins used the 191st pick in the 6th round to draft 6-0, 211 pound, University of Georgia safety Bacarri Rambo. This is a high value pick as many had Rambo going in the earlier rounds. The Redskins have now filled their needs at safety with two very good players. Possesses the combination ofRead More...
With the 191st overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Redskins select Georgia FS Bacarri Rambo. Possesses the size, athletic skill set, and playmaking ability to become a starter at the next level. However, multiple suspensions for violating team rules might hurt his draft stock.
Bacarri Rambo, one of the best names in the 2013 NFL draft, is one of the better known safety prospects in this year’s NFL Draft. The safety from Georgia was a key piece of the Bulldogs’ secondary and very talented defense in 2013. We enlisted the help of Tyler Dawgden, the Co-publisher of The Georgia Sports Blog.
Tale of the Tape
Weight: 211 lbs.
A lot will be made of Rambo’s statement that Georgia is “more talented than Alabama”…however, if you listen to the whole interview, Rambo is hardly dissing the Tide. Either way, it makes for good media fodder, I guess. But you can guarantee there won’t be too many more interviews granted after this one. Either way, give it a quick listen.
It was 11:09 p.m. when Bacarri Rambo was happiest Saturday night.
At that moment, Rambo, dressed in his traditional red No. 18 Georgia jersey and black athletic shorts, gathered some teammates together for a picture near the 50-yard line of Sanford Stadium for a special occasion.
A couple photographers had the eccentric Rambo's attention. He pulled in five fellow Bulldogs,...
THEY'RE ALL GONE, SIR
Bacarri Rambo could face a four-game suspension due to a failed drug test which is being blamed on Rambo accidentally eating pot brownies on spring break.
ATLANTA -- Georgia's Bacarri Rambo failed a drug test after he inadvertently ate marijuana-laced brownies on a spring break trip to Florida, his high school coach said Thursday. The All-American safety faces a four-game suspension at the start of next season. Bulldogs coach Mark Richt wouldn't discuss the status of Rambo and another key defensive player, Alec Ogletree...
Georgia's Bacarri Rambo failed a drug test after he inadvertently ate marijuana-laced brownies on a spring break trip to Florida, his high school coach said Thursday. The All-American safety faces a four-game suspension at the start of next season.
Bulldogs coach Mark Richt wouldn't discuss the status of Rambo and another key defensive player, Alec Ogletree, who is reported...
Via AP on Fox
March 30, 2012