The Bronco select Tavarres King in the 5th round
It was expected that King would take over as the Bulldogs’ playmaking receiver after A.J. Green left for the NFL and was picked fourth overall by Cincinnati in the 2011 draft. But while he led the team in receptions (47), receiving yards (705) and receiving touchdowns (eight) as a junior, he didn’t hit triple digits until...
With the 161st overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Broncos select Georgia WR Tavarres King. King lacks tremendous size, and his hands have also been an issue at times, allowing potential big plays to slip through his fingers. However, he's a very fluid player, with impressive quickness and balance. He should be a mid-round selection.
The Pittsburgh Steelers had Georgia wide receiver Tavarres King in for a pre draft visit several days ago, and once again, our scouting buddy Dave-Te' Thomas was kind enough to give us his detailed scouting report profile on him, which you can read below.
University of Georgia Bulldogs
Mount Airy, Georgia
Habersham Central High...
According to Georgia wide receiver Tavarres King on Twitter, he is headed to Pittsburgh for a pre drafty visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
King, who measured in at the NFL combine at 6002 and 189 pounds, ran a 4.40 40 yard dash in Indianapolis and also posted a 36.5 vertical jump, a 10'03" broad jump, a 4.33 short shuttle time and did 11 reps of 225 pounds on the bench...
The Georgia Bulldogs are in the process of putting a ferocious beatdown on the Auburn Tigers. It's not a unique occurrence on the Plains this season. Wide receiver Tavarres King's balletic grab in the end zone off a 17-yard bullet by Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray in the second quarter helped the 'Dawgs pop the top off that can of whoop-ass. On a day filled with incredible...
Tavarres King scoffs at the idea Georgia players could have difficulty playing with the same intensity in Saturday's game against Mississippi that they showed in last week's upset of then-No. 3 Florida.
The 17-9 win over the Gators gave No. 7 Georgia control of the Southeastern Conference's Eastern Division. To earn a repeat trip to the SEC championship game, quarterback...
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November 02, 2012
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I was of a feeling it was out of control.
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The Bolden and the Beautiful?
Penn State quarterback Rob Bolden, who lost his starting job to Matt McGloin last season...
That’s right, Georgia defensive lineman John Jenkins likes to suck his thumb when he’s sleeping. We know this because teammate Tavarres King posted a photo of the 351-pound Jenkins sleeping, well, like a baby.
Personally I would have liked this to have been from the NFL but college is just as good. I’m just waiting for the day we see Tim Tebow sucking his teets like this...
From the "What goes on the internet stays in our collective nightmare closet" department comes this somewhat disturbing image of a sleeping Georgia defensive tackle John Jenkins sucking his thumb taken by Bulldog wide receiver Tavarres King. First, you probably don't want to know where that thumb has been. Second, you definitely don't want to know what'...
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If you want to know what Tavarres King is doing, just hop on Twitter and check out @TKUnoDos.
The tag is a play off his jersey number at Georgia, and like his main asset on the football field, his tweets come fast.
King is relentless with his updates and responses to his friends and followers, often tweeting several times an hour and only stopping when he's asleep.