Quite surprisingly, very few former Georgia Bulldogs participated in the NFL Scouting Combine this week. Despite appearances in two of the last three SEC Championship Games, the 'Dawgs were minimally represented in Indianapolis.
Quarterback and SEC passing record holder Aaron Murray was in town for the combine but participated only in team interviews and media sessions as he continues to recover from a torn ACL.
With Murray's activity limited and no early draft entrants, tight end Arthur Lynch was the lone Bulldog running through the proverbial gauntlet in front of NFL personnel.
With the combine now complete, here is a breakdown of Georgia's potential draftees in order of their projected positioning within Matt Miller's latest mock draft.
Note: Unless otherwise noted, all NFL Scouting Combine results courtesy of NFL.com. All other statistical information courtesy of NFLDraftScout.com