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8 Georgia Bulldogs were selected in the first two rounds of the 2025 NFL Mock Draft

The 2024 NFL Draft saw the selection of eight Georgia Bulldogs. A way-too-early 2025 NFL mock draft projects eight Georgia Bulldogs to be taken in the first two rounds of next year's draft.

Tankathon's 2025 NFL Mock Draft is still in its early stages. We still have the 2024 college football season ahead of us. However, it will be interesting to see where the Georgian players will go before the fall. Georgia has a stacked roster with a tremendous amount of NFL talent.

The Bulldogs are actually behind Ohio State, which is expected to have nine players selected in the first two rounds. Could the Bulldogs and Buckeyes meet in the national title game? A potential rematch in the 2022 Peach Bowl would feature plenty of NFL talent.

Tankathon expects Georgia to have three first-round picks in quarterback Carson Beck, safety Malaki Starks and pass rusher Mykel Williams. Let's take a look at the eight Georgia Bulldogs projected to go in the first two rounds of the 2025 NFL Draft.

Defensive tackle Nazir Stackhouse

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Selection: No. 63

Team: San Francisco 49ers

Stackhouse is a disruptive run defender who has some pass-rushing ability. Last season, the senior defensive tackle recorded 24 tackles, two sacks and a memorable interception.

Offensive tackle Earnest Greene

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Selection: No. 57

Team: Philadelphia Eagles

This selection involves some projection. Earnest Greene needs to make some progress this season but impressed as a redshirt freshman a year ago. Greene is Georgia's starting left guard.

Offensive guard Tate Ratledge

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Selection: No. 56

Team: Houston Texans

Tate Ratledge was selected to the All-SEC first team for his 2023 season. Ratledge is expected to be a preseason All-American in 2024 and Georgia's top offensive player.

Linebacker Smael Mondon

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Selection: No. 49

Team: Cleveland Browns

Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Smael Mondon missed spring practice after undergoing foot surgery. Mondon hopes to be healthy for the 2024 season after recording 68 tackles and three sacks a year ago.

Cornerback Daylen Everette

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Selection: No. 46

Team: Pittsburgh Steelers

Daylen Everette projects to be Georgia's top cornerback this fall. Everette recorded 29 tackles, five pass deflections and one interception in 2023.

Edge rusher Mykel Williams

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Selection: No. 20

Team: Chicago Bears

Mykel Williams is expected to appear even earlier in some other mock drafts. It will be interesting to see how Williams' transition to outside linebacker plays out this season.

Security Malaki Starks

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Selection: No. 14

Team: Pittsburgh Steelers

Malaki Starks missed spring ball with a shoulder injury but is expected to be ready for fall camp. Starks is an outstanding athlete and is coming off a season with 52 tackles and three interceptions. Starks is the first safety to come off the board in this mock draft.

Quarterback Carson Beck

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Selection: No. 6

Team: New York Giants

Carson Beck is the second quarterback off the field behind Colorado's Shedeur Sanders in this 2025 NFL Mock Draft. Sanders goes No. 5. It's hard to imagine a world where a quarterback doesn't go No. 1, unless it's a really weak quarterback class. NFL teams are patient when it comes to drafting quarterbacks.

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