The University of Georgia has become something of a production line for players destined for the National Football League because to the efforts of Georgia head football coach Kirby Smart.
The Bulldogs have had the most players picked from a single school in any NFL draught, with 15 players selected in the 2022 draught alone.
Georgia remained in first place in the 2023 NFL Draught despite the competition. The Bulldogs selected 10 players in their most recent draught, with three of their selections coming in the first round.
Before the 2023 college football season starts, Georgia is the heavy favourite to capture yet another national championship in a row. Why is it that so many people choose to live in Georgia?
The Bulldogs have indeed won the national championship the last two years in a row, and they have a significant number of NFL elite talent returning for the 2023 season.
The following six Georgia Bulldogs have been ranked highest by Tankathon for the 2024 NFL Draught drought:
Tight end position no. 6 It was Brandon Bowers.
The unusual skill that Brock Bowers showed after making the grab was impressive. He is an excellent defender in that role. Bowers consistently produces plays that are effective, and he should be taken exceptionally early in the 2024 NFL Draught because of this.
- Javon Bullard, defensive back and safety
The significant increase in Javon Bullard’s market value may be attributed, in large part, to the player’s outstanding play in the College Football Playoff.
Kamari Lassiter, cornerback, ranked 38th.
Kamari Lassiter is known for being a dependable tackler. It is predicted that Lassiter, who also has exceptional talents in covering, will serve as the main outside cornerback for the Bulldogs in the fall. Cornerbacks that are robust and don’t struggle against the run are highly sought after in the NFL.
- Sedrick Van Pran, positioned in the middle
If Georgia’s Sedrick Van Pran had entered the NFL Draught in 2023, he would have been taken in the first round. His return to Athens allowed Georgia to bring back its entire interior offensive line, a huge boost for the Bulldogs.
Linebacker for the defence, Nazir Stackhouse
Even though Nazir Stackhouse does not have very impressive numbers, he has a major impact on the outcome of the match. Stackhouse is really good at putting an end to the run. In preparation for the fall season, the Southeastern Conference (SEC) selected him to its first team.
Amarius Mims, the offensive tackle wearing number 59
It is projected that Mims, a former five-star recruit, would begin his career with the Georgia Bulldogs in 2023 as the starting right tackle.