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  1. Georgia loses Jenkins for bowl game

    Chris Low

    Georgia senior nose guard John Jenkins didn't meet academic requirements and won't be eligible to play against Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl. Jenkins, projected as a first-round NFL draft pick, missed practice earlier this month with a concussi...

    Blog | December 26, 2012
  2. Menzie's play a real key for Alabama

    Chris Low

    It would be easy to get lost in the shuffle in Alabama's star-studded secondary. Senior safety Mark Barron and junior cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick are both being projected as first-round draft picks, and junior safety Robert Lester was the SEC leade...

    Blog | October 12, 2011
  3. SEC players poised to go in second round

    Chris Low

    ESPN's Mel Kiper has three SEC players projected to go in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday night. Kiper's picks are: Kentucky receiver Randall Cobb going No. 50 overall to the San Diego Chargers Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett g...

    Blog | April 29, 2011
  4. Georgia's A.J. Green declares for draft

    Chris Low

    No big surprise, but Georgia junior receiver A.J. Green made it official Sunday when he announced that he was entering his name into the NFL draft. Green is projected as a top 5 pick and is easily one of the most complete receivers to come through...

    Blog | January 09, 2011
  5. Tide's Jackson a first-rounder?

    Chris Low

    Alabama cornerback Kareem Jackson is projected as a first-round pick in Todd McShay's latest mock draft. McShay has Jackson going 19th to the Atlanta Falcons. Jackson gave up his senior season to enter the NFL draft early. Overall, McShay has s...

    Blog | February 10, 2010
  6. Kicking it with Matthew Stafford, Part 2

    Chris Low

    Posted by's Chris Low Kevin C. Cox/WireImage Quarterback Matthew Stafford is projected to be a top pick in next year's NFL draft -- if he declares himself eligible. ATHENS, Ga. -- Here's Part 2 of my Q&A with Matth...

    Blog | August 04, 2008