Full List of Georgia Players Drafted in Each Round of 2022 NFL Draft

Paul KasabianFeatured Columnist IIApril 28, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MAR 04: Travon Walker #DL48 of the Georgia Bulldogs speaks to reporters during the NFL Draft Combine at the Indiana Convention Center on March 4, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)
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As one can imagine, the national champion Georgia Bulldogs feature a host of 2022 NFL draft prospects.

A record-setting amount, in fact.

Georgia broke the seven-round NFL draft record with 15 players selected this year.

After the team allowed a nationwide-low 10.2 points per game, most of those players will arrive to the NFL on the defensive side of the ball. However, the Bulldogs do feature a few notable offensive prospects who can break out at the next level.

Starting on defense, though, Georgia features No. 1 overall pick in Travon Walker, who tied for second on the team with six sacks last season (two in the College Football Playoff).

Realistically, as many as six Bulldogs defenders—Walker, defensive linemen Jordan Davis and Devonte Wyatt, linebackers Nakobe Dean and Quay Walker, safety Lewis Cine—appeared to have a shot at going in the top 32.

In the end, Davis, Wyatt, Walker and Cine joined Walker in Round 1. Dean surprisingly fell to the Philadelphia Eagles at No. 83. Another defensive player, linebacker Channing Tindall, went to the Miami Dolphins before Day 2 ended.

At the offensive skill positions, wide receiver George Pickens, who missed most of last season with a torn ACL, along with running backs James Cook and Zamir White have the highest draft upside.

Pickens went to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Round 2.

Cook is a do-it-all back who can make an immediate impact with the Buffalo Bills after the defending AFC East champions selected him No. 63. White went to the Las Vegas at No. 122 overall.

Jamaree Salyer, a Swiss Army knife offensive lineman who can play multiple positions, was another name to watch. He went to the Los Angeles Chargers with the No. 195 overall pick.

Here's a look at where they all landed alongside some scouting reports. All players below were either invited to the NFL Scouting Combine and/or attended Georgia's pro day.

UGA Draft Prospect List

Jake Camarda, P (NFL.com Scouting Report): Tampa Bay Buccaneers (No. 133)

Lewis Cine, S (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Minnesota Vikings (No. 32)

James Cook, RB (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Buffalo Bills (No. 63)

Jordan Davis, DL (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Philadelphia Eagles (No. 13)

Nakobe Dean, LB (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Philadelphia Eagles (No. 83)

John FitzPatrick, TE (NFL Draft Buzz Scouting Report): Atlanta Falcons (No. 213)

Derion Kendrick, CB (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Los Angeles Rams (No. 212)

George Pickens, WR (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 52)

Julian Rochester, DL (NFL Draft Buzz Scouting Report)

Jamaree Salyer, IOL (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Los Angeles Chargers (No. 195)

Justin Shaffer, IOL (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Atlanta Falcons (No. 190)

Juanyeh Thomas, DB (NFL.com Scouting Report): Dallas Cowboys (UDFA)

Channing Tindall, LB (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Miami Dolphins (No. 102)

Quay Walker, LB (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Green Bay Packers (No. 22)

Travon Walker, Edge (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Jacksonville Jaguars (No. 1)

Zamir White, RB (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Las Vegas Raiders (No. 122)

Devonte Wyatt, DT (B/R NFL Scouting Report): Green Bay Packers (No. 28)