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Dawg Bites, Pro Day Edition

Pro Day Gives Departing Dawgs Facetime with NFL

NCAA Football: Georgia Pro Day
Will the Falcons break mold and draft a UGA player? If so, Deandre Baker could remain in red and black with Atlanta.
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Spring football may be a bit of looking ahead, but that focus for Georgia’s program looked a bit to the rear view on Tuesday with pro day welcoming numerous NFL coaches and scouts to campus. That’s a given with Georgia’s graduating talent and early declaring players for the next level.

NCAA Football: Georgia Pro Day
“We’re on to Vanderbilt”
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Oh, and a nameless coach from the Boston area was also there.

Elijah Holyfield has some worries. His 40 time aint one of them.

Indeed - both Holyfield and Nauta were determined to put showings in the NFL Combine in Indy behind them.

Deandre Baker telling us something we know full well - there is no denying what he can do on the field.

For Dawgs looking to move up NFL team’s radar, Pro Day is a huge event. The way Kirby Smart sees it, things went well.

There’s another tease afoot more than likely from the Falcons, but they sent a good many of personnel to Athens to see UGA’s Pro Day. Observations from one of their more plugged in writers.

Mecole Hardman talks about his position change to receiver.

Then again...playing in Atlanta would be a dream come true for Baker.

Who to tell who the early enrollees are? Here’s the jersey numbers.

For Natrez Patrick, Wednesday was about putting his past behind.

Former UGA receiver Chris Conley is already a fan favorite to some of his new team’s fan base in Jacksonville thanks to his Star Wars film prowess.

UGA’s Club Hockey Program gave University President Jere Morehead some nice threads.

Go Dawgs!