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?
Most fans can appreciate the emotion and opposing strategy of No. 16 Georgia Tech's overtime upset over No. 8 Georgia in Athens. NFL scouts, however, might be especially thankful this holiday weekend for the performances from Georgia's Ray Drew (nine tackles, two blocked kicks) and Gotsis, a 6-4, 285 pound native Australian who is likely to soon be marching up draft boards.
Who needs a passing game? Behind a dominant performance from Florida's offensive line (especially left tackle D.J. Humphries) and stellar running from backs Matt Jones and Kelvin Taylor, the Gators stun No. 9 Georgia 38-20 despite completing just three passes.
Running backs have been shut out of the first round of the last two NFL drafts. The Bulldogs' elite talent -- junior Todd Gurley -- could be good enough to break the trend. NFLDraftScout.com explores Gurley's game and the rest of the NFL prospects you'll want to know when watching the Bulldogs this fall.