NFL draft stock is fluid in the ongoing evaluation of college players, changing from one week and from one pair of subjective viewpoints to another.
ESPN NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. updated his player rankings on Thursday, and there were plenty of Georgia players near the top.
Defensive tackle Jalen Carter, who is questionable to play in the Bulldogs’ noon game with Kent State, is the No. 3 overall player behind Alabama LB Will Anderson and Ohio State QB C.J. Stroud.
“Carter has just four tackles in three games (48 snaps) so far this season,” Kiper penned. “NFL teams will bet on his ceiling.”
Georgia junior cornerback Kelee Ringo came in at No. 20 overall, Kiper high on his measurable.
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