Solomon Kindley has quickly shot to the top of the Bulldogs depth chart this season, but he knows there is still a ton of room for him to make some improvement.
Kindley was not a highly-touted recruit coming out of high school, but now he has not only earned a starting job for the Bulldogs but also plays a pivotal role in the offense’s success. Although the offense seems to be clicking, Kindley knows he still has to make some improvements to not only better his own game but also the rest of the offense’s game.
“I’m playing pretty good, I still want to improve on my run blocking, but I’m playing pretty good,” said Kindley.
Kindley will need to play some of his best ball as he has a huge challenge coming in Mississippi State defensive tackle Jeffrey Simmons. Simmons is the reigning SEC defensive lineman of the week, which he has earned the past two consecutive weeks. Kindley understands the dynamic that Simmons brings and how much of a test he will provide.
“He’s a very good player and we have to attack him like he’s a very good player,” said Kindley
This game could come down to the battle in the trenches and Kindley should play a large role in Georgia’s success in this huge upcoming matchup against Mississippi State.
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