DN Roundtable: What did spring bring? 

June, 20, 2012
Jay RomeRadi Nabulsi/ESPN.comJay Rome showed flashes of brilliance during spring practice and the G-Day game, hinting that 2012 could be a standout season for the tight end.

The summer workouts are under way at the University of Georgia practice fields and in the new weight room. Anyone traveling down Lumpkin Street in Athens, Ga., can often catch sight of the Bulldogs going through passing drills and working on their conditioning in the heat of the day. Come August, positions will be up for grabs, and those coveted spots are often won in the offseason. With that in mind we want to look back at spring to see who has a leg up going into fall. So this week’s DawgNation Roundtable includes two questions:

“Which player had the best spring?”

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