Georgia redshirt junior edge rusher Leonard Floyd "is still searching for consistency, but he has the potential to be one of the nation's most disruptive pass rushers," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
In the eyes of NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter, Georgia senior TE Jay Rome "has not met expectations so far" but remains an intriguing prospect.
Georgia senior edge rusher Jordan Jenkins is "not as explosive of an athlete as teammate Leonard Floyd, but he teams with Floyd and sophomore Lorenzo Carter to form a lethal combination of versatile pass rushers for coordinator Jeremy Pruitt," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Georgia QB commit Jacob Eason "already looks physically like a leaner version of [Christian] Hackenberg," writes ESPN's Travis Haney.
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter argues that Georgia sophomore RB Nick Chubb is the early favorite to get named to the 2015 All-American first-team.
Georgia senior WR Malcolm Mitchell told reporters at SEC Media Days that his days as a two-way player may be over.
Sports on Earth's Matt Brown grades Georgia junior G Greg Pyke as the No. 15 offensive lineman in the country.
LSU sophomore RB Leonard Fournette believes "hands down, (Georgia sophomore) Nick Chubb is the best running back in the SEC."
Georgia listed redshirt sophomore Brice Ramsey as the starting QB in the school's first depth chart, but head coach Mark Richt says the competition is still open.
Former Georgia redshirt freshman QB Jacob Park will transfer to TCU or Texas, according to Radi Nabulsi of UGA Sports.
With the First Pick's Jon Dove calls Georgia redshirt junior edge rusher Leonard Floyd the draft's most overrated prospect.
Georgia sophomore LB Lorenzo Carter "gives [defensive coordinator Jeremy] Pruitt a wealth of options to work with," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Georgia senior WR Malcolm Mitchell is healthy and "ready to lead" the Bulldogs receiving group, according to Edward Aschoff of ESPN.
NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah highlighted Georgia edge rusher Leonard Floyd's ability to win with an inside counter move along with his speed on the outside.
Georgia redshirt junior edge rusher Leonard Floyd "is a freakish athlete capable of triggering false starts from tackles who are worried about his upfield burst off the snap," notes NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein.