WATCH: The big winners from Georgia football Pro Day

Georgia outside linebacker Azeez Ojulari (13) during Georgia’s 2021 NFL Pro Day inside the William Porter Payne and Porter Otis Payne Indoor Athletic Facility in Athens, Ga., on Wednesday, March 17, 2021. (Photo by Tony Walsh)

Going into Wednesday’s Pro Day, Georgia appeared to have one fringe first-round pick. With workouts now complete, it still looks like Georgia has a player that could hear his name called late in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

But it also now has a player that seems like a lock to be taken in the first round. That’s because both Eric Stokes and Azeez Ojulari helped their draft stock immensely.

“When you rank tough players, Azeez Ojulari is really high,” Smart said. “He strikes well with contact. He never shies away. He doesn’t complain when you go full pads – he wants every part of it. He is a high character player off the field.”

Related: Azeez Ojulari demonstrates why he’s the first player NFL teams ask Kirby Smart about

Ojulari and Stokes weren’t the only Georgia players who made some money on Wednesday. The DawgNation team of Jeff Sentell, Connor Riley, Brandon Adams and Mike Griffith go deep on the Georgia Pro Day as well as the start of spring practice.

Among some of the other topics discussed:

  • Which Georgia players really made the most out of their Pro Day?
  • Which Bulldogs have the best chance of ending up in the first round?
  • What are some early takeaways from spring practice?
  • Which Georgia players can go from good to great?
  • Which players need to have a big spring?
  • What impact will Will Muschamp have on the Georgia program?

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