The 2014 NFL draft was rather uneventful for the Georgia Bulldogs. Thursday night's first round went off without a hitch and without a Bulldog. Friday's second- and third-round action was also devoid of Georgia products. It wasn't until the fifth round that the first Dawg had his name called, and when all was said and done, only two Dawgs were selected.
That being said, several other former Bulldogs have already signed free-agent contracts, and if recent history is any indication, those players have a tremendous chance of making an NFL roster. Last year alone, three undrafted Dawgs (Marlon Brown, Kwame Geathers and Abry Jones) survived NFL cuts to garner meaningful rookie playing time.
Here is a look at who will replace Georgia's drafted stars and newly signed rookie free agents.