No team has produced more NFL draft picks over the past three draft cycles than Georgia, with 34 former Bulldogs being taken.

Georgia once again figures to have very strong representation at this year’s NFL draft, as 11 players have received invites to the 2024 NFL Combine.

The Bulldogs who received invites are:

  • Running back Daijun Edwards
  • Running back Kendall Milton
  • Wide receiver Ladd McConkey
  • Wide receiver Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint
  • Tight end Brock Bowers
  • Offensive tackle Amarius Mims
  • Center Sedrick Van Pran
  • Defensive lineman Zion Logue
  • Cornerback Kamari Lassiter
  • Safety Javon Bullard
  • Safety Tykee Smith

The 11 invites are the most of any SEC school. Only Michigan, with 18, Washington, with 13, and Florida State, with 12, will have more players in attendance. Texas, who will be joining the SEC next year, will also have 11 players in attendance.

Of the Bulldogs who declared for the NFL draft, only defensive linemen Tramel Walthour and long snapper William Mote did not receive invites. Both players were able to participate in various all-star games, as Walthour played in the East-West Shrine Bowl, while Mote was one of six Bulldogs at the Senior Bowl. Edwards, McConkey, Rosemy-Jacksaint, Bullard and Smith were the other Georgia representatives.

The combine will be significant for all, as it offers them a chance to improve their draft status. Bowers and Mims seem like the safest bets to be first-round picks, though strong showings from Lassiter and McConkey could push them into the first round. Georgia had three players taken in the first round last year.

The 2024 NFL Combine will begin on Febuary 26 and conclude on March 4.