Georgia QB Aaron Murray is now a legend as he has become the SEC’s All Time Passing Leader. Although the Bulldogs have had an up and down season up to this point, the record is more than impressive and the QB who draws comparisons to Drew Brees has had an outstanding career. Expect Murray to be a 4th to 5th round draft choice.

SEC Passing Leaders


According to Bleacher Report:

Murray’s first-quarter completion to tight end Arthur Lynch gave him 30 total yards for the game and 12,233 for his career, passing Tebow’s mark of 12,232. Earlier this season, Murray passed David Greene to become the SEC’s all-time leading passer.

Starting since he was a freshman in 2010, Murray has never finished with less than 3,000 passing yards in a year, and he is well on his way to passing that mark as a senior. That consistency and longevity has helped enshrine him in Southeastern conference lore.