Todd Gurley and Combine star Chris Conley assure that this year's draft class will offer more flash than last year's crop -- which featured the least number of Bulldogs selected since 1991. Who are the "other" Georgia prospects likely to be drafted and what lies in store for 2016?
The Tennessee Titans hold a lot of cards in the 2015 NFL Draft. How Ruston Webster and coach Ken Whisenhunt play them could depend on how many suitors knock with trade offers for the No. 2 overall pick. Based on visits, edge rushers and wide receivers are the preferred pick in Nashville.
Needing to add juice to a defense smarting with the losses of Patrick Willis and Chris Borland to retirement and cornerback Chris Culliver to free agency, the 49ers gamble on the Oakland native, who some feel is the draft's best corner and others see as a significant character risk.
If the reports are true and the Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles will indeed be adding defenders Ndamukong Suh and Byron Maxwell, respectively, the clubs could be free to spent just as lavishly on skill-position stars on draft day.
While teams selecting in the top 10 are in position to nab potential building blocks, perennial playoff contenders like Baltimore, Dallas, Seattle and New England could use the draft to find cheap alternatives to expensive veterans. No club appears to be in better position to fill a key area of need than the Packers.
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While the Bucs and Titans hope that Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota prove the answers to their prayers for a franchise quarterback, most of the other clubs in the top 10 focus on the pass rushers and pass-catchers -- though not necessarily in the order you might expect.