Georgia and the NFL draft: Who’s staying, who’s leaving?

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The 2022 NFL draft will take place on Thursday, April 28 in Las Vegas.

Georgia, the defending national champions, could have as many as 15 players selected in this year’s draft. In 2021, the Bulldogs set a school record with nine players taken.

Here’s a list of every player who has declared for the NFL draft and those who have announced they will be returning to Athens for one more year.

Jan. 18 - Declared: TE John FitzPatrick

Jan. 18 - Returning: DE/OLB Robert Beal

Jan. 18 - Declared: LB Quay Walker

Jan. 17 - Declared: LB Channing Tindall

Jan. 17 - Returning: DB William Poole

Jan. 17 - Returning: OLB Nolan Smith

Jan. 17 - Declared: OL Justin Shaffer

Jan. 16 - Declared: P Jake Camarda

Jan. 16 - Returning: DB Tykee Smith

Jan. 15 - Declared: DB Derion Kendrick

Jan. 15 - Declared: DL Devonte Wyatt

Jan. 14 - Declared: OL Jamaree Salyer

Jan. 14 - Declared: DL Travon Walker

Jan. 14 - Declared: WR George Pickens

Jan. 14 - Declared: DB Lewis Cine

Jan. 14 - Declared: RB Zamir White

Jan. 14 - Declared: LB Nakobe Dean

Jan. 14 - Returning: DB Chris Smith

Jan. 12 - Declared: RB James Cook

DL Jordan Davis: No goodbye post, but gone

Jan 10, 2022; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Georgia Bulldogs defensive lineman Jordan Davis (99) celebrates after defeating the Alabama Crimson Tide during the 2022 CFP college football national championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports



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