5 Georgia Bulldogs are the BEST in the NFL so far this season Nick Chubb # 7 RB Todd Gurley # 12 RB Matthew Stafford # 12 QB Roquan Smith # 18 NFL total tackles and Leonard Floyd # 23 sacks

NFL Bulldogs

 

Nick Chubb # 7 RB

Todd Gurley # 12 RB

Matthew Stafford # 12 best QB

Roquan Smith # 18 best in tackles

Leonard Floyd # 23 in sacks

 

 

9-29-2019

SEC lead all conferences with nine 1st Round NFL Draft Picks and 64 total draft picks to only 39 for the Big ten. Kirby UGA Georgia Bulldogs had 7 picks and only Alabama in The SEC had more with 10.

SEC # 1 conference by far.

 

NFL Draft # 14 All-Time UGA with 323.

 

Kirby is not # 14 and will NOT be.

 

 

 

 

6-20-2019

Great for Terry Godwin. Totally embarrassing for Elijah Holyfield who dropped-out of college to be drafted and can’t come back now. Elijah Holyfield expected to be drafted # 120 and Jonathan Ledbetter expected to be drafted # 177 and well NEITHER WERE. Character issues did in 177 Jonathan Ledbetter. Elijah Holyfield was devalued despite his thousand yards rushing because well it was FOR KIRBY SMART who insists on rushing every down.

Elijah Holyfield came to the line of scrimmage with a purpose and while they will sign free-agent contracts frankly 4-time World Champion Boxer Evander has this stunning development.  Elijah Holyfield’s NFL Combine was not good.  Still I love Elijah Holyfield’s effort.

 

Jonathan Ledbetter would have been kicked-off by Mark Richt but Kirby chose to look the other way.  The NFL ?  Not so much.  And let’s face it Jonathan Ledbetter did not do much despite what Kirby did to keep him on the team.  I would not have.

 

NFL Draft # 14 All-Time UGA with 323.  Just not the 7 expected.

 

 

4-28-2019

 

 

1 Terry Godwin Carolina 2 Isaac Nauta Detroit 3 Lamont Gaillard Arizona 4 D’Andre Walker Tennessee 5 Riley Ridley Chicago Bears 6 Mecole Hardman Jr Kansas City Chiefs and 7 Deandre Baker. So of the 8 seven drafted. Pretty cool.

NFL Draft # 14 All-Time UGA with 324

 

 

4-27-2018

2019 NFL Draft # 29 Deandre Baker CB. # 43 Mecole Hardman Junior WR. # 49 Riley Ridley WR. # 89 D’Andre Walker Edge. # 107 Isaac Nauta TE. # 120 Elijah Holyfield RB. # 147 Lamont Gaillard OC. # 177 Jonathan Ledbetter DL. So they are predicting 8 Georgia Bulldogs drafted this year. 8.

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2818393-2019-nfl-mock-draft-matt-millers-post-super-bowl-predictions#slide33

 

NFL Draft # 14 All-Time UGA with 316  UGA Georgia Bulldogs Football 2019

 

2-15-2019

Mr. Irrelevant has included one Georgia Bulldog born in Germany back in 1985. But the Falcons before this draft had never had a Mr. Irrelevant. 26th year in a row an UGA is drafted in the NFL Draft. But even more impressive is that 75 of last 76 NFL drafts have included a Georgia Bulldog. I am hoping for DOUBLE-DIGIT Bulldogs to be drafted. Clearly there will be more UGA Georgia Bulldogs drafted than every other single school this year. 8 p.m. tonight.

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Mr. Irrelevant could include an UGA Georgia Bulldog 2018.

Falcons never before did have the last pick in the NFL Draft.  This year we have poor draft picks but kept our early round draft picks so they are at least where they are supposed to be.

Donald Chumley was selected in the 1985 NFL Draft with the last pick and he went on to nothing career but did end up becoming a head football coach at Savannah Christian Raiders after 20 years.  He also played one year in the Canadian Football League CFL Calgary.

Mr. Irrelevant is given a trophy much like the Heisman Trophy except with the statue FUMBLING the football called the Lowsman Trophy.

 

Some of the last NFL Draft Picks have gone on to some glory in the NFL.  After all it is quite an accomplishment to be drafted in the NFL Draft.

 

The Georgia Bulldogs look to have the most NFL Draft Picks this year of all teams.

This will be the 26th in a row NFL Draft where UGA Georgia Bulldogs are drafted.

75 of the last 76 years back to 1942 UGA Georgia Bulldogs have been drafted.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Georgia_Bulldogs_in_the_NFL_Draft

 

 

This year’s NFL Draft features Roquan Smith whom an NFL team could build their defense around for the next dozen years until 2030 and he will NOT be on the board very long – far higher selection than given credit prior to today.  I think he will be off the board in a single-digit selection.

 

The NFL Draft starts today the 26th Thursday 8 p.m. and concludes with the Falcons choosing Mr. Irrelevant 28th for the 1st time in Falcons’ history.

 

(https://www.ocregister.com/wp-content/uploads/migration/kpj/kpjvzq-26cuirrelevant21large.jpg?w=620)

 

UGA Georgia Bulldogs in the NFL Draft are # 14 All-Time UGA with 316 NFL Draft Selections.

 

 

4-26-2018

 

I want to make sure I get this straight. “There are 7 to 16 better NFL players than Roquan Smith SEC Defensive Player of the Year SEC Championship Game Winner Player of the Game Consensus 20 times over named 1st Team All-America and Butkus Award Winner.”

WTF are you folks smoking ?

 

Put that shit down.  It’s bad for you.

 

Seriously you are PAID to offer an opinion of the NFL Draft and offer-up that Roquan Smith around whom any NFL team could build its defense until 2030 is going to be picked instead number 7 through number 17.

 

Oh yeah right.

 

Why even open your God Damn silly assed mouth ?

 

3-20-2017

UGA Georgia Bulldogs’ Pro Day 10 am SEC Network Wednesday 21 March LIVE includes analyst Tom Luginbill who transferred to Georgia Tech and went 1-10 in beating only a 1-AA team in 1994 and then transferred-out of Georgia Tech. Why the HELL is HE involved in OUR PRO DAY ? Tom Luginbill seriously ?

Tom Luginbill who transferred to Georgia Tech and went 1-10 in beating only a 1-AA team in 1994 and then transferred-out of Georgia Tech is broadcasting The University of Georgia Pro Day 2018.

 

Marcus Spears defensive end for LSU will also be broadcasting our Georgia Bulldogs’ Pro Day 2018 on SEC Network.

 

Peter Burns a little golf guy is also broadcasting this even likely to be the headline event between now and G-Day Game.

 

Why can’t we have our OWN UGA Georgia Bulldogs broadcasting this event we host live instead of these 3 jerks ?

 

We are likely to have double-digit of our Georgia Bulldogs selected in the up-coming NFL Draft April 26 in Texas.

 

I would think ESPN could afford to get guys like Champ Bailey Hines Ward David Pollack maybe even Maria Taylor host this live event.

 

Pay attention to what you are doing ESPN.  And who your audience is.

 

WTF ?

 

Color me not impressed ESPN with your choices for our broadcast crew jerks.

 

 

3-17-2018

Chad Reuter NFL.com this morning picks Roquan Smith # 17 NFL Draft PICK. Ah bullshit Chad Reuter when Roquan Smith is THE GUY any team could build its defense around until 2030. You get that Chad Reuter ? 2030.

What a God Damn moron statement that Roquan Smith is drafted # 17 in the up-coming NFL Draft April 26.

 

Jesus Christ Chad Reuter 16 better players for the NFL than Roquan Smith ?

 

Idiot.

 

God damn fool.

 

NFL.COM

 

# 17 Roquan Smith

# 28 Sony Michel

# 30 Isaiah Wynn

#59 Nick Chubb

# 64 Lorenzo Carter

# 119 Trenton Thompson

 

6 of the top 119 Georgia Bulldogs however has Roquan Smith # 17

# 59 Nick Chubb – bet AGAINST Nick Chubb at your OWN DAMN RISK dumbass.

 

# 59 ?

 

58 better NFL players than Nick Chubb – that’s bullshit.

 

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000917695/article/fourround-mock-draft-allen-goes-no-1-bills-cardinals-trade-up

 

 

3-11-2018

 

 

32 teams Thursday April 26 eight LONG weeks from now 2018 NFL DRAFT and 247 Sports.com says Georgia has 6 of the first 66 picks WOW ! And UGA Bulldogs have # 151 Bellamy # 203 Wims # 208 Sanders – that is 9 which is one less than I have 10 drafted I say. HELL OF A DAMN DRAFT. We’re going to kick-ass. I started pointing THIS OUT on this blog YEARS AGO that THIS is what was going to be happening right NOW.

NFL Draft # 14 All-Time UGA with 316 looks to add ten more I think.  Here is what 247 Sports.com says :

 

7 players in The United States of America are better than Roquan Smith.  I don’t think so.  He is lot higher than that.  Any team could BUILD their entire defense around him for YEARS to come.  Franchise changer.  Cleveland New York and Indianapolis are the only 3 teams who have a shot at Roquan Smith.

 

# 35 Isaiah Wynn OG

 

# 41 Lorenzo Carter – freak will go higher than that seriously 40 better for NFL ?  That’s crap.

 

# 51 Sony Michel – well I have 2 statements about that BULLSHIT 1 there are NOT 50 better and 2 do NOT bet against Nick Chubb – or DO at your own peril

 

# 60 Nick Chubb – after the star of the NFL Scouting Combine 2018 performance Josh Edwards says # 60.  Ah bullshit.  No one can pass on him that long.

 

# 66 Trenton Thompson

 

247 Sports.com says Georgia has 6 of the first 66 picks WOW !

 

And UGA Bulldogs have

 

# 151 Davin Bellamy

# 203 Javon Wims

# 208 Dominick Sanders

 

  1. # 8 Roquan Smith
  2. # 35 Isaiah Wynn OG
  3. # 41 Lorenzo Carter
  4. # 51 Sony Michel
  5. # 60 Nick Chubb
  6. # 66 Trenton Thompson
  7. # 151 Davin Bellamy
  8. # 203 Javon Wims
  9. # 208 Dominick Sanders

 

https://247sports.com/Bolt/NFL-Draft-2018-247Sports-2018-NFL-Draft-Big-Board-115937123

 

 

3-10-2018

291 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs 122 starting 1993 – the last 25 years 122 NFL Draft Picks for UGA : It’s GREAT to be a Georgia Bulldog. Only 7 colleges have more players on NFL Rosters Day 1 of 2017 season with 38.

One 2017 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Five 2016 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Five 2015 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Two 2014 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Eight 2013 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Seven 2012 Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Six 2011 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Five 2010 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Six 2009 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Four 2008 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Five 2007 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Seven 2006 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Six 2005 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Four 2004 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Seven 2003 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Eight 2002 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Six 2001 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Three 2000 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Six 1999 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Four 1998 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Three 1997 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Four 1996 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Three 1995 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Three 1994 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

Four 1993 NFL Draft Picks for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs

122 NFL Draft Picks for UGA the last 25 years now – nearly average of 5 per NFL Draft for 25 years now.

 

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Georgia_Bulldogs_in_the_NFL_Draft

 

http://www.ncaa.com/news/football/article/2017-09-07/colleges-most-represented-2017-nfl-opening-day-rosters

 

Auburn is NOT one of those 7 colleges with more players on opening day rosters 2017 NFL than The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs and NEITHER is Michigan.

 

 

11-28-2017

The Georgia Bulldogs had no one drafted in the 1992 NFL Draft and no one taken in the 1941 NFL Draft but also in the first 2 NFL Drafts in 1936 and 1937 no Georgia Bulldog was drafted in the NFL Draft.

# 14 All-Time in the NFL Draft The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs were left nothing by Mark Richt – the least experienced team in America and Kirby compounded that by not highlighting his freshmen he himself signed here believe it or not.  I hold little hope for the 2017 recruiting class # 2 by Scout.com # 3 everyone else our best class EVER being used to fill our holes either based on Kirby’s 2016 bad results at same.  315 former UGA NFL Draft Picks # 14 All-Time in NFL Draft Picks but NOT THIS YEAR 2017.

 

NFL Draft is April 27 in Philadelphia held outside for first time ever and ends on April 29 2017. The players must be 3 years removed from high school. The Super Bowl losers Atlanta Falcons and Buffalo Bills have the fewest picks with only 6 while Cleveland and Cincinnati have the most NFL Draft Picks with 11.

 

It’s been 25 years 1992 since no Georgia Bulldog has been drafted in the NFL Draft implemented in 1936 to insure that all franchises are competitive and viable.  Prior to 1992 the last previous NFL Draft to not have a Georgia Bulldog drafted was 1941 which was 76 years ago.

 

So in the last 75 NFL Drafts at least one Georgia Bulldog has been drafted except for 1992.

 

Starting 1942 NFL Drafts have selected at least one Georgia Bulldog – a span covering the latest 75 NFL Drafts – except for ONLY 1992.

 

The Georgia Bulldogs are # 14 all-time of all colleges in NFL Draft Picks with 315 picks.

 

And of course Greg McGarity has been on watch watching all this with Greg McGarity’s average of MORE than 4 losses a season in his 8 full seasons here at Georgia.

 

We have some work to do – not the least of which is clean the house out.

 

There is no excuse for not having an offensive game strategy yet for Kirby including G-Day just throw the ball to the tune of more than 600 yards on our defensive backs.

There is no excuse for Greg McGarity averaging more than 4 losses a season in football as our A.D. for his entire 8-year period here.

There is no excuse for having no NFL Draft Picks 2017 with all the talent in this state.

There is no excuse for the 2018 recruiting class of Kirby.

There is no excuse for the lies by Kirby that our OL dominated our defense all Spring which is NOT what ANY of us witnessed ourselves G-Day Game 2017.

And there is no excuse for the Mark Richt Apologists to still be whining about Greg McGarity FIRING Mark Richt.

All this while there is no excuse for Kirby in his on-going antics with the press every single day since Greg McGarity hired him as an unproven head coach who lost 5 games including to 6-7 Vandie whom 3 cupcakes beat.

I return you now to this I AM HAPPY GROUP OF POSTERS ONLINE 2017 WHO HAVE NO PROBLEM WITH AVERAGING MORE THAN 4 LOSSES THE LATEST MOST RECENT CURRENT 9-YEAR PERIOD NOW.  The rest of us DEMAND more and demand a new gym.

 

  1. 2016 1 9 9 Leonard Floyd Bears LB
  2. 2016 3 20 83 Jordan Jenkins Jets LB
  3. 2016 4 14 112 Malcolm Mitchell Patriots WR
  4. 2016 5 6 145 John Theus 49ers T
  5. 2016 7 21 242 Keith Marshall Redskins RB
  6. 2015 1 10 10 Todd Gurley Rams RB
  7. 2015 3 12 76 Chris Conley Chiefs WR
  8. 2015 4 19 118 Ramik Wilson Chiefs LB
  9. 2015 5 31 167 Damian Swann Saints CB
  10. 2015 6 31 207 Amarlo Herrera Colts LB
  11. 2014 5 15 155 Arthur Lynch Dolphins TE
  12. 2014 5 23 163 Aaron Murray Chiefs QB
  13. 2013 1 17 17 Jarvis Jones Steelers LB
  14. 2013 1 30 30 Alec Ogletree Rams LB
  15. 2013 3 20 82 John Jenkins (defensive tackle) Saints DT
  16. 2013 3 22 84 Shawn Williams Bengals DB
  17. 2013 5 1 134 Sanders Commings Chiefs DB
  18. 2013 5 28 161 Tavarres King Broncos WR
  19. 2013 6 20 188 Cornelius Washington Bears LB
  20. 2013 6 23 191 Bacarri Rambo Redskins DB
  21. 2012 2 9 41 Cordy Glenn Bills T
  22. 2012 4 4 99 Ben Jones Texans C
  23. 2012 4 21 116 Orson Charles Bengals TE
  24. 2012 4 28 123 Brandon Boykin Eagles DB
  25. 2012 6 5 175 Blair Walsh Vikings K
  26. 2012 7 1 208 Justin Anderson (offensive lineman) Colts T
  27. 2012 7 29 236 DeAngelo Tyson Ravens DE
  28. 2011 1 4 4 A. J. Green Bengals WR
  29. 2011 3 6 70 Justin Houston Chiefs DE
  30. 2011 3 27 91 Akeem Dent Falcons LB
  31. 2011 4 4 101 Clint Boling Bengals G
  32. 2011 4 10 107 Kris Durham Seahawks WR
  33. 2011 7 17 220 Shaun Chapas Cowboys RB
  34. 2010 3 33 97 Rennie Curran Titans LB
  35. 2010 4 22 120 Geno Atkins Bengals DT
  36. 2010 5 32 163 Reshad Jones Dolphins DB
  37. 2010 7 36 243 Jeff Owens Eagles DT
  38. 2010 7 41 248 Kade Weston Patriots DE
  39. 2009 1 1 1 Matthew Stafford Lions QB
  40. 2009 1 12 12 Knowshon Moreno Broncos RB
  41. 2009 2 18 50 Mohamed Massaquoi Browns WR
  42. 2009 3 22 86 Asher Allen Vikings DB
  43. 2009 3 29 93 Corvey Irvin Panthers DT
  44. 2009 6 9 182 Jarius Wynn Packers DE
  45. 2008 5 26 161 Marcus Howard Colts LB
  46. 2008 6 6 172 Thomas Brown (running back) Falcons RB
  47. 2008 7 15 222 Chester Adams Bears G
  48. 2008 7 28 235 Brandon Coutu Seahawks K
  49. 2007 4 0 0 Paul Oliver Chargers DB
  50. 2007 3 1 65 Quentin Moses Raiders DE
  51. 2007 3 20 83 Charles Johnson (defensive end) Panthers DE
  52. 2007 4 34 133 Martrez Milner Falcons TE
  53. 2007 6 16 190 Ken Shackleford Rams T
  54. 2006 2 30 62 Tim Jennings Colts DB
  55. 2006 3 8 72 Leonard Pope Cardinals TE
  56. 2006 4 2 99 Max Jean-Gilles Eagles G
  57. 2006 5 17 149 Greg Blue Vikings DB
  58. 2006 5 20 152 DeMario Minter Browns DB
  59. 2006 6 27 196 Kedric Golston Redskins DT
  60. 2006 7 15 223 D. J. Shockley Falcons QB
  61. 2005 1 14 14 Thomas Davis Panthers DB
  62. 2005 1 17 17 David Pollack Bengals DE
  63. 2005 2 3 35 Reggie Brown (wide receiver) Eagles WR
  64. 2005 2 16 48 Odell Thurman Bengals LB
  65. 2005 3 21 85 David Greene Seahawks QB
  66. 2005 4 30 131 Fred Gibson Steelers WR
  67. 2004 1 32 32 Benjamin Watson Patriots TE
  68. 2004 2 27 59 Sean Jones Browns DB
  69. 2004 4 21 117 Robert Geathers Bengals DE
  70. 2004 4 25 121 Bruce Thornton (cornerback) Cowboys DB
  71. 2003 1 6 6 Johnathan Sullivan Saints DT
  72. 2003 1 20 20 George Foster Broncos T
  73. 2003 2 2 34 Boss Bailey Lions LB
  74. 2003 2 5 37 Jon Stinchcomb Saints T
  75. 2003 3 13 77 Musa Smith Ravens RB
  76. 2003 6 37 210 Tony Gilbert Cardinals LB
  77. 2003 7 28 242 J. T. Wall Steelers RB
  78. 2002 1 25 25 Charles Grant Saints DE
  79. 2002 3 8 73 Will Witherspoon Panthers LB
  80. 2002 4 16 114 Randy McMichael Dolphins TE
  81. 2002 4 22 120 Terreal Bierria Seahawks DB
  82. 2002 5 22 157 Jermaine Phillips Buccaneers DB
  83. 2002 5 31 166 Verron Haynes Steelers RB
  84. 2002 7 9 220 Josh Mallard Colts DE
  85. 2002 7 22 233 Tim Wansley Buccaneers DB
  86. 2001 1 6 6 Richard Seymour Patriots DT
  87. 2001 1 13 13 Marcus Stroud Jaguars DT
  88. 2001 2 8 39 Kendrell Bell Steelers LB
  89. 2001 2 22 53 Quincy Carter Cowboys QB
  90. 2001 3 33 95 Jonas Jennings Bills T
  91. 2001 4 6 101 Jamie Henderson Jets DB
  92. 2000 7 13 219 Orantes Grant Cowboys LB
  93. 2000 7 26 232 Jeff Harris Dolphins DB
  94. 2000 7 33 239 Patrick Pass Patriots RB
  95. 1999 1 7 7 Champ Bailey Redskins DB
  96. 1999 1 18 18 Matt Stinchcomb Raiders T
  97. 1999 2 3 34 Chris Terry Panthers T
  98. 1999 4 20 115 Antonio Cochran Seahawks DE
  99. 1999 4 32 127 Olandis Gary Broncos RB
  100. 1999 6 13 182 Emarlos Leroy Jaguars DT
  101. 1998 1 18 18 Robert Edwards Patriots RB
  102. 1998 3 31 92 Hines Ward Steelers WR
  103. 1998 7 25 214 Brandon Tolbert Jaguars LB
  104. 1998 7 38 227 Antonio Fleming Cowboys G
  105. 1997 2 18 48 Adam Meadows Colts T
  106. 1997 4 30 126 Jermaine Smith Packers DT
  107. 1997 7 28 229 Jason Ferguson Jets DT
  108. 1996 2 19 49 Randall Godfrey Cowboys LB
  109. 1996 4 4 99 Phillip Daniels Seahawks DE
  110. 1996 5 15 147 Whit Marshall Eagles LB
  111. 1996 7 42 251 Brice Hunter Dolphins WR
  112. 1995 3 20 84 Eric Zeier Browns QB
  113. 1995 6 25 196 Terrell Davis Broncos RB
  114. 1995 7 26 234 Carlos Yancy Patriots DB
  115. 1994 1 14 14 Bernard Williams Eagles T
  116. 1994 4 15 118 Mitch Davis Falcons LB
  117. 1994 7 10 204 Frank Harvey Cardinals RB
  118. 1993 1 3 3 Garrison Hearst Cardinals RB
  119. 1993 3 20 76 Andre Hastings Steelers WR
  120. 1993 7 3 171 Alec Millen Jets T
  121. 1993 7 9 177 Todd Perterson Giants K
  122. 1991 3 8 63 Mo Lewis Jets LB
  123. 1991 4 15 98 John Kasay Seahawks K
  124. 1990 1 22 22 Ben Smith Eagles DB
  125. 1990 1 24 24 Rodney Hampton Giants RB
  126. 1990 11 25 301 Bill Goldberg Rams DT
  127. 1989 1 7 7 Tim Worley Steelers RB
  128. 1989 3 28 84 Keith Henderson 49ers RB
  129. 1989 5 11 123 Richard Tardits Cardinals LB
  130. 1989 6 6 145 Troy Sadowski Falcons TE
  131. 1989 11 17 296 Wayne Johnson Colts QB
  132. 1989 12 17 324 Aaron Chubb Patriots LB
  133. 1988 2 26 53 Lars Tate Buccaneers RB
  134. 1988 12 20 325 John Brantley (linebacker) Oilers LB
  135. 1987 7 26 194 Wilbur Strozier Broncos TE
  136. 1987 10 18 269 David McCluskey Bengals RB
  137. 1986 10 17 266 Peter Anderson Colts G
  138. 1986 12 17 322 Tony Flack Cowboys DB
  139. 1985 4 21 105 Kevin Butler Bears K
  140. 1985 5 2 114 Herschel Walker Cowboys RB
  141. 1985 9 20 244 Scotty Williams Cardinals TE
  142. 1985 11 6 286 Kevin Harris Lions DB
  143. 1985 12 6 314 Mike Weaver Lions G
  144. 1985 12 19 327 Jeff Sanchez (defensive back, born 1962) Steelers DB
  145. 1985 12 28 336 Donald Chumley 49ers DT
  146. 1984u 1 19 19 Freddie Gilbert Broncos DE
  147. 1984 3 12 68 Terry Hoage Saints DB
  148. 1984 3 17 73 Guy McIntyre 49ers G
  149. 1984 7 12 180 Daryll Jones Packers DB
  150. 1984 7 18 186 Clarence Kay Broncos TE
  151. 1984 8 11 207 Winford Hood Broncos T
  152. 1983 4 28 112 Jimmy Payne Bills DE
  153. 1983 8 17 213 Norris Brown Vikings TE
  154. 1982 1 13 13 Lindsay Scott Saints WR
  155. 1981 3 24 80 Scott Woerner Falcons DB
  156. 1981 6 1 139 Nat Hudson Saints G
  157. 1981 6 8 146 Rex Robinson Bengals K
  158. 1981 11 26 302 Tim Morrison (guard) Cowboys G
  159. 1980 2 4 32 Ray Donaldson Colts C
  160. 1980 5 9 119 Jeff Pyburn Bills DB
  161. 1979 3 10 66 Willie McClendon Bears RB
  162. 1979 4 6 88 Ulysses Norris Lions TE
  163. 1979 12 6 309 Rick McBride Cardinals LB
  164. 1978 4 12 96 George Collins Cardinals G
  165. 1978 10 21 271 Ben Zambiasi Bears LB
  166. 1978 12 2 308 Kevin McLee Buccaneers RB
  167. 1977 4 6 90 Allan Leavitt Falcons K
  168. 1977 4 19 103 Mike Wilson Bengals T
  169. 1977 8 3 198 Steve Davis (wide receiver) Oilers WR
  170. 1977 8 25 220 Ken Helms Colts T
  171. 1977 9 4 227 Matt Robinson Jets QB
  172. 1977 9 12 235 Gene Washington (wide receiver, 1977 NFL Draft) Chargers WR
  173. 1977 11 13 292 Joel Parrish Bengals G
  174. 1976 4 29 121 Richard Appleby Buccaneers WR
  175. 1976 4 30 122 Randy Johnson (offensive lineman) Seahawks G
  176. 1976 5 30 154 Steve Wilson (offensive lineman) Buccaneers T
  177. 1976 9 14 251 Glynn Harrison Chargers RB
  178. 1976 13 2 349 Andy Reid (running back) Seahawks RB
  179. 1975 4 6 84 Steve Taylor Broncos DB
  180. 1975 4 16 94 Craig Hertwig Lions T
  181. 1975 6 11 141 Horace King Lions RB
  182. 1975 8 21 203 Barry Collier Chargers T
  183. 1975 13 12 324 Dan Spivey Jets DT
  184. 1975 16 23 413 Vernon Smith Dolphins C
  185. 1975 17 1 417 David McKnight Colts LB
  186. 1974 5 4 108 Jim Cagle Eagles DT
  187. 1974 5 8 112 Andy Johnson Patriots RB
  188. 1974 9 6 214 Bob Burns Jets RB
  189. 1974 10 5 239 Sam Baker (guard) Jets G
  190. 1974 13 7 319 Jim Poulos Cardinals RB
  191. 1973 14 3 341 Paul Fersen Saints T
  192. 1972 1 8 8 Royce Smith Saints G
  193. 1972 5 19 123 Mike Greene (linebacker) 49ers LB
  194. 1972 13 3 315 Chuck Heard Giants DE
  195. 1972 15 10 374 Phil Sullivan Jets DB
  196. 1972 17 14 430 Tom Nash Eagles T
  197. 1971 14 12 350 Tommy Lyons Broncos C
  198. 1970 4 14 92 Spike Jones Oilers P
  199. 1970 7 3 159 Jake Scott Dolphins DB
  200. 1969 1 11 11 Bill Stanfill Dolphins DE
  201. 1969 9 3 211 Kent Lawrence Eagles WR
  202. 1969 11 5 265 Mark Stewart (defensive back) Bengals DB
  203. 1969 14 20 358 Jiggy Smaha Browns DT
  204. 1968 4 3 86 Edgar Chandler Bills T
  205. 1968 8 2 194 Ray Jeffords Falcons TE
  206. 1968 13 21 348 Terry Sellers Browns DB
  207. 1968 17 15 450 Larry Kohn Giants TE
  208. 1967 7 6 165 Frank Richter Broncos G
  209. 1967 13 22 337 Randy Wheeler Bills RB
  210. 1966 7 6 101 George Patton Redskins T
  211. 1966 7 7 102 Charley Arkwright Cardinals T
  212. 1966 8 12 122 Doug McFalls Bears DB
  213. 1966 11 11 166 Preston Ridlehuber 49ers RB
  214. 1966 18 5 265 Joe Burson Redskins RB
  215. 1965 2 6 20 Ray Rissmiller Eagles T
  216. 1965 9 2 114 Wayne Swinford 49ers RB
  217. 1964 4 1 43 Jim Wilson 49ers G
  218. 1964 5 2 58 Mickey Babb Eagles E
  219. 1964 8 14 112 Larry Rakestraw Bears QB
  220. 1964 9 3 115 Len Hauss Redskins C
  221. 1964 19 14 266 Jim Whitehead Bears T
  222. 1963 16 9 219 Dick Kelly Browns G
  223. 1962 2 13 27 Pete Case Eagles T
  224. 1962 12 14 168 Tom Pennington Packers B
  225. 1962 15 1 197 Len Velia Redskins T
  226. 1962 19 4 256 Paul Holmes Cowboys T
  227. 1961 3 1 29 Fran Tarkenton Vikings QB
  228. 1961 14 10 192 Bill Worrell 49ers T
  229. 1960 3 1 25 Charley Britt Rams QB
  230. 1960 11 2 122 Bobby Towns Cardinals HB
  231. 1960 13 4 148 Bill Herron Redskins E
  232. 1960 16 9 189 Larry Lancaster Eagles T
  233. 1960 17 4 196 Billy Roland Redskins G
  234. 1960 19 7 223 Lloyd Roberts Bears T
  235. 1959 4 11 47 Dave Lloyd Browns LB
  236. 1959 10 7 115 Riley Gunnels Steelers T
  237. 1959 26 9 309 Bill Strumke Rams B
  238. 1958 10 3 112 Theron Sapp Eagles B
  239. 1958 16 3 184 Mike Meatheringham Eagles T
  240. 1957 6 3 64 Roy Wilkins Rams E
  241. 1957 16 3 184 John Luck Rams T
  242. 1957 20 12 241 Laneair Roberts Giants E
  243. 1957 25 2 291 Jimmy Orr Rams B
  244. 1956 23 1 266 Bob Garrard Lions B
  245. 1955 4 10 47 Joe O’Malley Bears E
  246. 1955 7 4 77 Bob Clemens Packers B
  247. 1955 17 3 196 Don Shea Redskins G
  248. 1955 28 12 337 Ed Tokus Browns E
  249. 1954 8 11 96 Charlie Harris Browns B
  250. 1954 18 8 213 Sam Mrvos Eagles G
  251. 1954 20 10 239 Frank DePietro 49ers B
  252. 1953 1 1 1 Harry Babcock 49ers E
  253. 1953 2 4 17 Zeke Bratkowski Bears QB
  254. 1953 6 4 65 Art DeCarlo Bears B
  255. 1953 8 6 91 Lauren Hargrove Packers B
  256. 1953 15 10 179 Johnny Carson Browns E
  257. 1952 4 9 46 Marion Campbell 49ers T
  258. 1952 7 5 78 Claude Hipps Steelers B
  259. 1952 9 2 99 Malcolm Cook Cardinals B
  260. 1952 15 9 178 John Burgamy Lions G
  261. 1952 21 5 246 Harry Babcock Steelers E
  262. 1952 29 4 341 Tony Morocco Eagles B
  263. 1951 3 2 28 Bill Mixon 49ers B
  264. 1951 10 2 112 Nick Feher 49ers G
  265. 1951 14 7 166 Bobby Walston Eagles E
  266. 1951 18 5 212 Pat Field Steelers B
  267. 1951 23 11 278 Dick Yelvington Giants T
  268. 1950 4 6 46 Porter Payne Giants G
  269. 1950 9 2 107 Floyd Reid Bears B
  270. 1950 11 3 134 Gene Lorendo Packers E
  271. 1950 17 7 216 Al Bodine Steelers B
  272. 1950 30 6 384 Hamp Tanner Giants T
  273. 1949 1 2 2 John Rauch Lions QB
  274. 1949 4 5 36 Joe Geri Steelers B
  275. 1949 11 7 108 Homer Hobbs Redskins G
  276. 1949 19 5 186 Ken McCall Giants B
  277. 1949 21 4 205 Joe Jackura Steelers C
  278. 1948 1 9 9 Dan Edwards Steelers E
  279. 1948 5 6 31 Weyman Sellers Packers E
  280. 1948 21 6 191 Herbert St. John Packers G
  281. 1948 24 9 224 Jimmy Gatewood Bears B
  282. 1948 29 10 275 Bernie Reid Cardinals G
  283. 1947 7 10 55 Reid Moseley Bears E
  284. 1947 16 7 142 Charlie Smith Cardinals B
  285. 1947 24 5 220 Herb St. John Packers G
  286. 1947 29 6 271 Ray Sellers Packers E
  287. 1946 7 10 60 Lafayette King Rams E
  288. 1946 13 9 119 Joe Tereshinski, Sr. Redskins E
  289. 1946 16 10 150 Larry Bouley Rams B
  290. 1946 17 6 156 J.P. Miller Packers G
  291. 1946 27 7 257 Sam Bailey Eagles E
  292. 1946 29 4 274 Johnny Cook Bears B
  293. 1946 30 10 290 Frank Plant Rams C
  294. 1945 1 1 1 Charley Trippi Cardinals B
  295. 1945 6 11 54 Don Wells Packers T
  296. 1945 20 7 204 Mike Castronis Lions G
  297. 1945 23 3 233 Johnny Cook Cardinals B
  298. 1945 24 2 243 Ardie McClure Cardinals T
  299. 1944 11 5 103 Carl Grate Giants G
  300. 1944 19 7 193 Clyde Ehrhardt Redskins C
  301. 1944 30 10 317 Dick McPhee Rams B
  302. 1944 30 11 318 Gus Letchas Yanks B
  303. 1943 1 1 1 Frank Sinkwich Lions RB
  304. 1943 2 2 12 Lamar Davis Eagles B
  305. 1943 8 1 61 George Poschner Lions E
  306. 1943 8 4 64 Bill Godwin Cardinals C
  307. 1943 12 8 108 Van Davis Packers E
  308. 1943 17 5 155 Walt Ruark Rams G
  309. 1943 23 3 213 Cliff Kimsey Cardinals B
  310. 1942 14 2 122 Tom Greene Rams T
  311. 1940 8 7 67 Jim Fordham Bears B
  312. 1939 7 8 58 Quinton Lumpkin Redskins C
  313. 1939 14 9 129 Bill Badgett Packers T
  314. 1938 8 9 69 Bill Hartman Redskins B
  315. 1938 11 7 97 Pete Tinsley Packers G[1]

 

 

 

 

4-27-2017

Most NFL Draft Picks of All-Time ? Georgia # 14 with 316

  1. USC 497
  2. Notre Dame 493
  3. Ohio State 430
  4. Oklahoma 377
  5. Nebraska 357
  6. Michigan 351
  7. Penn State 343
  8. Tennessee 337
  9. Texas 337
  10. Alabama 333
  11. Florida 331
  12. Miami (FL) 327
  13. Louisiana State 320
  14. Georgia 316
  15. UCLA 311
  16. Michigan State 308
  17. Washington 287
  18. Purdue 278
  19. Texas A&M 274
  20. Pittsburgh 273
  21. Wisconsin 270
  22. Colorado 266
  23. Auburn 265
  24. Minnesota 264
  25. Arkansas 263
  26. Florida State 258
  27. Stanford 254
  28. Iowa 246
  29. Illinois 244
  30. Arizona State 241
  31. Clemson 239
  32. Baylor 235
  33. California 232
  34. Mississippi 232
  35. North Carolina 226
  36. Oregon 214
  37. Georgia Tech 213
  38. Maryland 212
  39. Missouri 212
  40. Boston College 200
  41. South Carolina 196
  42. Syracuse 194
  43. Kentucky 192
  44. Texas Christian 190
  45. Mississippi State 188
  46. Washington State 188
  47. West Virginia 186
  48. Arizona 180
  49. Northwestern 177
  50. Houston 169
  51. Tulsa 169
  52. Kansas 166
  53. Southern Methodist 166
  54. Indiana 165
  55. Oregon State 160
  56. Virginia 159
  57. North Carolina State 157
  58. Oklahoma State 155
  59. Texas Tech 155
  60. Duke 153
  61. San Diego State 151
  62. Utah 147
  63. Virginia Tech 143
  64. Brigham Young 140
  65. Kansas State 139
  66. Tulane 138
  67. Wake Forest 133
  68. Rice 130
  69. Grambling State 119
  70. Louisville 119
  71. Vanderbilt 119
  72. Iowa State 117
  73. Cincinnati 113
  74. Utah State 113
  75. Southern Mississippi 111
  76. Tennessee State 108
  77. Fresno State 106
  78. San Jose State 105
  79. Colorado State 102

 

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I have to PAY 247Sports.com Kipp Adams for this ?  No.  247Sports.com is CHARGING for information provided to THEM free on the Internet.

 

Do NOT write come-on blog titles 247Sports.com Kipp Adams designed to get me to click them to find-out what the hell you have to say boy. 

 

And when I do click your God Damn Come-On blog title – do NOT ask me to CLICK 15 different pages to read 1 article NOR tell me I have to PAY YOU for information readily available on the Internet for FREE.

 

Dumbass mother 247Sports.com Kipp Adams.

 

You ALREADY make me watch two (2) videos when I click ANY 247Sports.com URL Link.  And you want to CHARGE ME to find-out THIS in ADIDITION ?

 

Make up your mind what your blog strategy is.

 

You could NOT possibly have a business degree Kipp Adams.

 

And you don’t know SHIT from Shinola about college football.

 

Try posting something anything that doesn’t piss me off Kipp Adams.  Is that too much to ask ?

 

If it is to CHARGE for information on the Internet which is FREE elsewhere then cut the crap with the two (2) videos waking-up everyone in the God Damn house every time I click your URL Links.

 

And why put me through torture that the information I have to pay for too and it yet another URL click for 247Sports.com.

 

Your strategy is to tell the advertisers with all their stupid shit commercial videos you feature that you get THIS MANY CLICKS.

 

No you don’t.

 

You just piss-off EVERYONE.

 

Advertising on 247Sports.com is a FAILED God Damn model.

 

Bullshit Kipp Adams.

 

It’s  like all your blog posts are.

 

Nothing but God Damn Bullshit.

 

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2-25-2017