The NFL Draft order is set following Super Bowl LVIII, causing shifts in the draft projections for several Georgia Bulldogs players. Tight end Brock Bowers and offensive lineman Amarius Mims maintain first-round potential, while cornerback Kamari Lassiter is now projected to fall to the second round. Wide receiver Ladd McConkey's impressive performance in The Reese's Senior Bowl has elevated his draft stock, with projections placing him as one of the first selections in the second round or possibly even sneaking into the first round. The NFL Combine, pro days, and other developments are expected to further impact these projections ahead of the draft, which begins on April 25th in Detroit, Michigan.

By the Numbers
  • Brock Bowers and Amarius Mims remain first-round talents
  • Kamari Lassiter is projected to fall to the second round
  • Ladd McConkey is now projected to be one of the first selections in the second round
State of Play
  • Tight end Brock Bowers and offensive lineman Amarius Mims are maintaining their first-round potential
  • Cornerback Kamari Lassiter's draft position has shifted to the second round
  • Wide receiver Ladd McConkey's draft stock has risen significantly following The Reese's Senior Bowl
  • The NFL Combine, pro days, and other developments are expected to impact draft projections
Bottom Line

The NFL Draft order is set, leading to shifts in the draft projections for several Georgia Bulldogs players, with further developments expected to impact these projections ahead of the draft.