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2018 Georgia Bulldogs prospect primer

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2018 Georgia Bulldogs prospect primer

Below are notable Georgia Bulldogs players eligible for the 2018 NFL Draft. Georgia is feeling good with their 5 star QB, two stud RBs, a top ranked defense and a top 3 recruiting class.

Offense

Running Back Nick Chubb – 5’10”, 228 lbs. – Senior

Chubb is a potential Heisman trophy finalist and 1st round prospect. He has sustained some injuries but his running style of slashing through the lanes with a low pad level dominates and reminds me of Doug Martin and Maurice Jones-Drew.

Sony Michel (1), Georgia Bulldogs running back, rushes the ball as he is tackled during the AutoZone Liberty Bowl. (Photo by Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire)

Running Back Sony Michel – 5’11”, 222 lbs. – Senior

Michel is a do it all back. He is quick footed running between the tackles, is a natural pass catching weapon, and he return kicks. Combined with his experience of sharing reps with another dynamic runner, he has a good chance to rise the draft board.

Guard Isaiah Wynn – 6’2”, 302 lbs. – Senior

Wynn is not getting much publicity right now but I saw 1st round talent from him last season. He’s a smack talking, mauler in the run game and he dominated some of the 2017 draft’s top pass rushers.

Defense

Defensive End Davin Bellamy – 6’4″, 242 lbs. – Senior

Defensive Tackle Trent Thompson – 6’4”, 295 lbs. – Junior

Thompson sits in the hot market of DTs that can defend the run AND rush the passer. Last season, he led Georgia’s interior defense with 56 tackles while providing 5 sacks.  Another season with similar production and he’ll hear his name called early.

Linebacker Natrez Patrick – 6’3”, 238 lbs. – Junior

Patrick was the 2nd leading tackler for the Georgia Bulldogs even while missing 3 games last season. He flies laterally to cover sideline to sideline and delivers bone crushing hits when his opportunity comes.

Safety Dominick Sanders – 6’0”, 193 lbs. – Senior

Two seasons ago, Sanders led the SEC in interceptions and was chosen to the All -SEC team. His production dropped last season, supposedly due to a shoulder injury which slowed him down. Another healthy and ball hawking season could solidify him as one of the top safeties.

Roger Dixon Jr

Roger is a native of Orlando, FL. After excelling in DII football his first 2 seasons, he fulfilled his lifelong dream of playing on the Florida Gators football team, where he was named Special Teams Player of the Year and Team Captain. He earned his degree in Economics from UF's Warrington College of Business. Roger brings a passion for football and unique perspective of what it takes to be successful in football at the highest level.

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