Georgia Bulldogs 2015 NFL Mock Draft: Landing Spot Predictions

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Nov 1, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Georgia Bulldogs center David Andrews (61) during the second half against the Florida Gators at EverBank Field. Florida Gators defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 38-20. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

David Andrews – Center

Despite three solid years of work as the Bulldogs’ starting center, Andrews isn’t getting a lot of respect by draft scouts. Most have him pegged as a possible 7th round pick or even UDFA.

The type of blocking that Andrews was expected to do at Georgia would fit perfectly with a team using a zone-blocking scheme. Lined up against an NFL nose tackle, Andrews could find himself being bull-rushed due to his lack of mass.

He’s agile and can pull, so there will be teams looking at him.

Likely Landing Spot: Atlanta Falcons (7th round/UDFA)

The Falcons do take heat from time to time for not picking players out of their own back yard, but Andrews would look like a bargain to the new coaching staff. Right now Joe Hawley looks like the best option at center for Atlanta, but Andrews might make a good backup and future project.

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