Fantasy Football: Which former Georgia Bulldogs should you draft?

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Dec 22, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver

A.J. Green

(18) catches a touchdown pass with one arm over Minnesota Vikings cornerback

Chris Cook

(20) in the third quarter of the game at Paul Brown Stadium. Cincinnati Bengals beat the Minnesota Vikings by the score of 42-14. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowksi-USA TODAY Sports

Wide Receiver:

Obviously, A.J. Green is the wide receiver of choice here. With 11 touchdowns last year and almost 1500 yards he is one of the best receivers in the league. Their is a bit of question of the Bengals QB situation with a poor showing by Andy Dalton last year in the playoffs, but luckily Green can catch just about anything thrown near him.

I would take Green no later than the second round. He is a name that many people know so he will come off the board fairly quickly, and you do not want to have to put a trade together to get him because he will not be cheap. If you can’t manage to get Green, but still want a great former UGA receiver may I suggest Marlon Brown.

Last year Brown made a huge impact on the Ravens offense with 7 touchdowns and 524 yards as a rookie. I can see them looking to him even more this year now that they know his talent level. I would take Brown in the later rounds as he is not a well-known name to the general sports fan. This is the sleeper of all sleepers ladies and gentlemen. If you feel like being really brave do as I plan and take both of them!

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