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Georgia cornerback Kelee Ringo is one of the top prospects, regardless of position, as the college football season progresses and we look ahead to the 2023 NFL Draft. Offseason surgery sidelined Ringo for his entire first year in Athens, but the long, athletic defender responded in a big way in 2021, earning Freshman All-SEC honors from the conference's coaches.

Below is a comprehensive draft profile for Ringo, including his high school and college accolades, scouting report and prospect outlook.

Note: This profile will be updated as more information becomes available.

Background

  • Age: 20
  • Year: Redshirt sophomore
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 205
  • Hometown: Tacoma, Washington
  • Interesting fact: Track standout who had state-best times in the 100-meter (10.43 seconds) and the 200-meter (21.18) in 2019

CBS prospect ranking

Position: No. 1 CB | Overall: No. 8

247Sports profile

High school: Saguaro (Scottsdale, Arizona)
Class: 2020
Composite Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (0.9976)

  • National: 4 | CB: 1 | Arizona: 1 | All-time: 97

High school accolades: First-team All-American (MaxPreps, Sports Illustrated), first-team All-USA defense (USA Today), first-team junior All-American (MaxPreps), first-team All-State (MaxPreps), All-American Bowl selection, track star with top 100-meter (10.43) and 200-meter times (21.18) in state of Arizona as a junior

Check out Kelee Ringo's full 247Sports profile, here. For his MaxPreps profile, click here.

College stats

YearGamesTacklesTFLsSacksINTPDTD
2022470.00.000
0

2021

15

34

1.01.02101

*Missed entire 2020 season recovering from offseason surgery

College Accolades

Honors

  • 2021: Freshman All-SEC team (coaches)

Notable statistics

  • 2021: Game-sealing 79-yard interception return for touchdown in CFP national championship against Alabama

Initial scouting report

"Ringo is a height, weight and speed dream for NFL coaching. He displays easy speed to stay in-phase up the boundary. The Washington native has been exposed to a mixture of man and zone coverage. As a high-waisted individual, it can sometimes lead to slower transition across the field. Ringo is willing to play downhill and make plays in the backfield. The physical traits to be a man cover cornerback in the NFL are present." -- CBS Sports NFL Draft analyst Josh Edwards (Sept. 6)