Despite 35 ex-Bulldogs on active NFL rosters in 2012, Georgia hopes to finally end an eight-year drought since a Dawg defender became a first-round pick.
Alabama and head coach Nick Saban continue to pick from the best of the best recruits because they win national titles and send a large group of players to the NFL.
Former UGA tight end Orson Charles has taken stock of where tight ends are typically selected in the NFL draft. He is determined to stay patient and work hard. And, he says, 'I just want a job.'
Possible first-round pick Cordy Glenn dramatically improved his draft stock by returning for his senior season at Georgia, showing off a versatility on the line that NFL teams can't ignore.