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Georgia LB Jamon Dumas-Johnson heading to Kentucky


Georgia linebacker Jamon Dumas-Johnson announced Wednesday he is transferring to Kentucky.

He was a 2022 Butkus Award finalist and a two-time national champion in three seasons with the Bulldogs.

“The chip is there on BOTH shoulders,” he posted on Instagram with a photo wearing a Wildcats uniform.

He registered 9.5 sacks, 17 tackles for loss and one interception in 38 games at Georgia from 2021-23.

Dumas-Johnson missed the last three games this season with an arm injury.

Georgia backup quarterback Brock Vandagriff previously announced he also was transferring to Kentucky.

The Bulldogs visit the Wildcats next season on Sept. 14.

–Field Level Media

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