With the NFL combine in the rear-view, Georgia players get another shot at impressing NFL scouts at Wednesday's Pro Day.
Twenty players hoping to better their chances with NFL clubs will participate after wrapping their college careers up. The following Bulldogs are expected to participate:
DL Sterling Bailey, LB John Huff, P Collin Barber, OLB Jordan Jenkins, PK Patrick Beless, RB Keith Marshall, DB Devin Bowman, DL Chris Mayes, DL Josh Dawson, WR Malcolm Mitchell, DL James DeLoach, PK Marshall Morgan, OLB Leonard Floyd, TE Jay Rome, ILB Jake Ganus, WR Ben Souther, FB Quayvon Hicks, OL John Theus, OL Kolton Houston, LS Nathan Theus.
Weight room activities, including bench press and jumps, will begin at 9:15 a.m., followed by the 40-yd. dash, agility drills and position drills.
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Already, Floyd and Marshall did a lot to improve their draft stock during the combine. ESPN draft analyst considers Floyd is an upper-half first-round pick after running a 4.60 40-yard dash and weighing in at 244 pounds. Marshall ran the fastest 40 time at the combine in 4.31 seconds.