D’Andre Swift, Mecole Hardman respond to Swift’s first-round 2020 NFL Draft snub
ATHENS — D’Andre Swift made his feelings known after what became a disappointing 2020 NFL Draft night for him.
“Say no more” Swift tweeted out after going undrafted.
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But Swift was almost universally considered the No. 1 running back in the draft class.
Georgia had two of the offensive linemen who blocked for Swift selected in the first round.
Andrew Thomas went No. 4 overall to the New York Giants, and Isaiah Wilson was selected with the 29th overall pick by the Tennessee Titans.
But Swift, who has been hyped-up all week in the Philadelphia media, was forced to sleep one more night as an undrafted NFL prospect.
It was likely just as difficult for his father, who opened the day with a message on social media that indicated he expected his son to be selected in the first round.