20 Prospects the Eagles must scout from College Football Playoff
The Bulldogs are loaded with talent that could upgrade the Eagles immediately.
One has to wonder if the Georgia Bulldogs will ever beat the Alabama Crimson Tide in a big game if they couldn’t do it this season. Their hopes of raising the trophy could rest on whether or not they can get past that mental block.
They have to be wondering what it’s going to take right? Don’t sleep on the Dawgs though. That SEC Championship Game loss could have refocused them.
Jordan Davis/Devonte Wyatt, interior defensive linemen
Both of these guys are excellent, and we know how the Birds like to build from the inside of the defensive line and work their way out. At least they understand that concept.
That’s a strategy that has very rarely produced negative football results unless, of course, you’re just picking the wrong guys.
Jordan Davis is a six-foot-six, 340-pound standout that tallied 28 tackles and two sacks in 12 games this season. His buddy, Devonte Wyatt, appeared in 11 games and wound up with 34 tackles and 2.5 sacks.
Both of them are among the best defensive-line prospects that the NCAA has to offer in the next NFL Draft. It will be very interesting to see how they develop through the offseason process.