Should I Stay Or Should I Go
January 15, 2011 by staff
Should I Stay Or Should I Go, After a disappointing 6-7-football season, a handful of junior Bulldogs have a decision to make: Leaving for the NFL or stay for their last season?
Recipients are rarely in the top five in the NFL draft, that Green is projected, but she, not OSA often with wide receiver AJ Green, skills and AO size ball enters the ranks of the NFL. Green himself has proven to be an elite college wideout on the day he stepped on campus and will probably be the first receiver off the shelf project. He? Oll need to add weight to the battle with the cornerbacks in the NFL and prove he can stay healthy all season, but Green should have a long NFL career, probably as a performer Pro Bowl multi-year. Status: Gone
Justin Houston has emerged as one of the participant’s SEC rushers, pass the Prime Minister during his second season and this trend continued as outside linebacker his junior season, finishing second in the SEC in sacks this year (10). Houston, the versatility of the participant as outside linebacker in a 3-4 or defensive end in a 3.4 might result in him going as high as the late first round or it could slip into the second round. Anyway, Houston has won AOT stay on the long board come Draft Day. Status: Undecided
Brandon Boykin has proved a valuable weapon in the game punt return, but doesn NFL picks AOT high-level waste project on the capacity of the poll. Boykin has all the tools to someday be an NFL cornerback, but struggling with consistency in opposing coordinators repeatedly taken on the defensive against the pass in Georgia. It would be better served to return to Georgia and to improve skills in the corner, but Asher Allen proved a note project mid-cycle may be sufficient to dissuade the NFL is the best place to perfect his art. Status: Undecided
Cordy Glenn feet and athletic pro scouts covet, and a 6-foot-5, 320-pound frame to boot. Offensive guards with a ceiling height, ôll recovered, but that works in both directions to Glenn. He could return for his senior year and not improve his stock project or he could leave and the risk of a project mid-round pick that wouldn, AOT ensure a guaranteed contract. Georgia needs him to stay for the depth of the offensive line. Status: Undecided
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