Georgia NFL mock draft: Stock up/down after the Senior Bowl

FanSided college football writer Josh Yourish predicts where all 11 draft-eligible Georgia Bulldogs will end up after strong performances at the Senior Bowl by Ladd McConkey, Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint, Tykee Smith, and Javon Bullard.

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Amarius Mims. player. . . (1st round). Amarius Mims. 19. Amarius Mims. 51. OT

Last year, the Pittsburgh Steelers traded up to take Broderick Jones, but this year, Amarius Mims could go one spot ahead of the tackle-needy Steelers. This season, Sean McVay proved that as long as Matthew Stafford is healthy, his team will be a contender, so why not bring in another Bulldog to protect him? 

Mims has glaring durability issues, he only played seven games at right tackle and just 297 snaps this season, but he was absolutely dominant when he was on the field. In those 297 snaps, Mims only allowed one single pressure, and at 6-foot-7 and 340-pounds he’s a mauler in the run game. 

Rob Havenstein was LA’s primary right tackle last year, but the 31-year-old has just one season remaining on his contract. Having Havenstein could enable the Rams to spend a first-round pick on a player who still needs time to develop and has injury concerns.