Georgia Bulldogs 2015 NFL Mock Draft: Landing Spot Predictions

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Sep 28, 2013; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs running back

Todd Gurley

(3) and teammates walk through the Dawgwalk entrance to the field before the game against the LSU Tigers at Sanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The Georgia Bulldogs have nine players who are considered legitimate entrants for the 2015 NFL Draft, so where will these former Dawgs play their Sundays next season?

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  • The 2015 NFL Draft is just a few weeks away, beginning on Thursday April, 30 and nine former Georgia Bulldogs have high hopes of hearing their name called by a team. It’s a dream come true for a precious small percent of college players.

    Georgia had 48 players in the NFL in 2014, the seventh highest number in the nation, and will certainly add to those ranks this year with some guaranteed draft picks.

    The question is, which teams will be the best fit and have an interest in the former Bulldogs, and will any of them be left in the cold and have to attempt making a roster as an undrafted free agent.

    And of course, what about Todd Gurley? Can he hold a first round status despite coming back from ACL surgery? Will teams be weary of using a pick that early, or is his talent too good to pass up?

    Based on where teams fall in the draft, and what many experts believe to be the draft stock of our players, we’ll attempt to make some predictions as to where they may end up when the NFL Draft is done.

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