The NFL combine is one of the most important offseason events on the NFL schedule because it gives NFL head coaches and general managers a closer look at the new incoming talent.
For the Georgia Bulldogs, 11 players were invited to make the trip to Indianapolis. Some Bulldogs impressed the coaches and general managers, some could have done better and there were even a few, such as Jarvis Jones, that did not take part in the combine.
Regardless, the Bulldogs should have a strong showing on draft day.
Here’s a breakdown of how each Bulldog fared in the combine.