Georgia football has had as many as three players projected at first-round 2020 NFL Draft picks at various times, but the most recent 7-round mock from CBSsports.com lists only one.
Offensive tackle Andrew Thomas is projected to go No. 11 overall to the New York Jets in April 23 in Las Vegas at the draft, per analyst Chris Trapasso.
The demand for offensive tackles is obvious, as even at No. 11 overall, Thomas would be the fourth player at his position taken should this mock draft prove accurate.
Georgia football was scheduled to hold a Pro Day workout on Wednesday, but a UGA spokesperson said Friday the event has been postponed.
The NCAA and league commissioners are still dealing with how best to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.
The NFL, at this time, has not altered its NFL draft or season schedule at the time of this (March 14) publication.
The most surprising CBS mock projections involve offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson and tailback D’Andre Swift, both projected as second-round picks.
Swift had been widely projected as the first tailback off the board and a first-round pick entering into the NFL combine.
But in the CBS mock, Swift would be the second back off the board and go in the second round at No. 63 overall to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Wilson, meanwhile, has experienced a drastic increase in his stock since the NFL combine according to the CBS mock.
Wilson is being projected as the second Georgia football player who will be picked, No. 61 overall in the second round to the Tennessee Titans.
Quarterback Jake Fromm, who early in the process had a first-round grade and was widely projected as a second rounder, is looking at being picked in the third round per this mock.
Fromm would go No. 76 overall in the third round to the Tampa Bay Bucs, per this mock draft.
Georgia offensive guard Solomon Kindley is projected to go to the New England Patriots with the 125th overall pick in the fourth round.
Safety J.R. Reed is the the sixth Bulldogs’ player in the mock draft to be selected, projected as the 156th overall pick in the fifth round to San Francisco.
Defensive lineman Tyler Clark is the seventh and final Georgia player expected to be picked. Clark, who was not invited to the NFL combine, is projected as a sixth round pick, 203 overall, to New Orleans.
Georgia 2020 NFL combine results
D’Andre Swift, 4.49 (6th among running backs)
J.R. Reed, 4.54 (10th among safeties)
Brian Herrien, 4.62 (Outside Top 15 running backs)
Charlie Woerner 4.78 (12th of 15 tight ends)
Jake Fromm 5.01 (13th of 13 quarterbacks)
Andrew Thomas 5.22 (Outside Top 15 offensive linemen)
Isaiah Wilson 5.32 (Outside of Top 15 offensive linemen)
(repetitions of 225 pounds)
Isaiah Wilson 26 (outside of Top 15 offensive linemen)
Charlie Woerner 21 (4th among tight ends)
Andrew Thomas 21 (Outside Top 15 offensive linemen)
Brian Herrien 18 (15th among running backs)
J.R. Reed 15 (13th among safeties)
Brian Herrien 38.5 inches (7th among running backs)
D’Andre Swift 35.5 inches (15th among running backs)
Charlie Woerner 34.5 inches (6th among tight ends)
J.R. Reed 34 inches (Outside the top 14 safeties)
Andrew Thomas 30.5 inches (10th among offensive linemen)
Jake Fromm 30 inches (8th among quarterbacks)
J.R. Reed 10 feet, 10 inches (6th among safeties)
Brian Herrien 10 feet, 6 inches (4th among running backs)
D’Andre Swift 10 feet, 1 inch (Outside Top 15 RBs)
Charlie Woerner 10-0 feet (5th among tight ends)
Jake Fromm 9 feet, 3 inches (9th among quarterbacks)
Isaiah Wilson 9 feet, 2 inches (13th among offensive linemen)
Andrew Thomas 9 feet, 1 inch (Outside of Top 15 offensive linemen)
Charlie Woerner 7.18 seconds (7th among tight ends)
Jake Fromm 7.27 seconds (9th among quarterbacks)
Andrew Thomas 7.58 seconds (4th among offensive linemen)
Isaiah Wilson 8.26 seconds (Outside of Top 15 offensive linemen)
Charlie Woerner 4.46 seconds (10th among tight ends)
Jake Fromm 4.51 seconds (7th among quarterbacks)
Andrew Thomas 4.66 seconds (6th among offensive linemen )
Isaiah Wilson 5.07 seconds (Outside Top 15 offensive linemen)
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