NFL Draft

Senior Bowl Round-Up - Checking in with Georgia's Seniors

Cordy Glenn is UGA's Top Performer

This week's Senior Bowl practices make a huge impression on scouts and teams as we head toward the 2012 NFL Draft. The practices, which are led by NFL coaches, allow full access to players and can really get a feel for how they perform in practice and how they respond to coaching.

Georgia has a few players playing in the game - C Ben Jones, OL Cordy Glenn, CB Brandon Boykin, and P Drew Butler. Here are some updates from various media sources around the country on UGA's players:

Georgia Looks to Have Big NFL Class

OL Cordy Glenn is the Highest Rated Dawg

One of the tough things about being a college football fan is that you only get to enjoy players for a few years before they're gone. The good thing is, however, you get a chance to see a few of them represent UGA in the NFL.

John Jenkins Returning for 2012

If you haven't seen the updates this morning, UGA NG John Jenkins has decided to return to Georgia for the 2012 season.

NFL Draft - More UGA Juniors Looking to Leave?

Are More UGA Defenders Looking to Jump to the NFL?

As the deadline for the draft inches closer, we will start to hear more and more from potential players considering leaving for the NFL. Here is the latest round of "Who Will Leave Georgia?"

Add two more names to the list of Georgia underclassmen contemplating an early jump to the NFL. 

“I’m doing this for you all, not for me.”

SR TE Aron White - One Damn Good Dawg!

Nowow is the time of year when fans campaign for their favorite underclassmen to stick around for "one more year," however, this year, the campaigning is coming from an unlikely source. SR Tight End, Aron White, told Seth Emerson that he - not Orson Charles - needs touchdowns in the bowl game... so Orson will stay around one more year.

Thoughts on Dawgs Going Pro

John Jenkins could be headed to the NFL

This is the time of year when you begin to hear rumbles of college players applying to the NFL draft and leaving college football fans wishing they could have stayed on campus for one more year. 

The 2011 Dawgs have a number of players that are eligible to head to the NFL. While only Jarvis Jones has come out and said he is definitely not heading to the draft, a number of players have sent their papers into the advisory committee to see how they grade out. Here are my thoughts on eligible players who may jump to the NFL:

Bacarri Rambo - Safety (Junior)