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2015 Schedule
10-3, 2nd in SEC - East
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Mitchell is coolest story of the draft

Whether or not the Patriots' fourth-round pick, WR Malcolm Mitchell, makes their NFL roster remains to be seen. But while he was at Georgia, he overcame his problems with reading to write and self-publish a book. Ten draft takeaways

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Highlights: Keith Marshall

Washington added a burner in Round 7, taking the former Georgia running back, who led all players in the 40-yard dash at the combine. Check out some of Marshall's best highlights.

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Highlights: John Theus

With their second fifth-round pick in four slots, the 49ers grabbed the former Georgia O-lineman. Check out some of Theus' best highlights.

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Highlights: Malcolm Mitchell

The Patriots nabbed the former Georgia wide receiver with the 112th overall pick. Check out some of Mitchell's best highlights.

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Highlights: Jordan Jenkins

The Jets opted for Jenkins, an outside linebacker from Georgia, with the 83rd overall pick. Check out some of Jenkins' best highlights here.

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Floyd finds home in Windy City

Here's hoping Leonard Floyd enjoyed his visit to Chicago this week, it's now his permanent home after the Bears selected him at No. 9. GM Ryan Pace pulled expert draft maneuvering to get his man. Best/riskiest picks of Round 1 (Insider)

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McShay scouting report: Leonard Floyd

Get to know the newest Bear, No. 9 overall pick Leonard Floyd. Todd McShay breaks down the former Georgia linebacker, whom Chicago traded up to select.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears trade up to land some speed with Leonard Floyd. Very high ceiling as a pass rusher for Vic Fangio's defense. 4.6 guy. Athletic. Could make an impact as a situational edge rusher during his rookie season. Bears filled a need here. Get faster on defense.

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Bio Blast: Leonard Floyd

Chicago jumped up two spots to select Leonard Floyd out of Georgia. Floyd is the first Georgia LB selected in the first round since 2013.

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Who will be the top LB selected?

Leonard Floyd and Myles Jack are battling it out for that distinction, and both could land in the top 10. Floyd brings some pop in the pass rush, while Jack has better coverage skills but is coming off a knee injury.

Smart still has UGA set up well

Lead by safety Richard LeCounte III, Georgia is still in good shape in the recruiting department under coach Kirby Smart. The Dawgs have six ESPN 300 commits pledged to this year's class. See the full rankings

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Georgia defensive end Robert Beal is the No. 5 player in country. Georgia and Alabama are in good shape with many believing the Dawgs lead, but Tennessee, Florida State, North Carolina and others still are on his list.

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Offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson is the No. 2 overall recruit in the country, and he recently released a top five of Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Michigan and USC.

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The SEC has 34 ESPN 300 commitments in the initial release: Alabama 7, Georgia 6, Florida 4, Texas A&M 4, LSU 3, Auburn 2, Kentucky 2, Tennessee 2, Arkansas 1, Mississippi State 1, Ole Miss 1 and South Carolina 1.

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What we learned in the SEC East this spring

Quarterbacks Luke Del Rio, Jacob Eason, Joshua Dobbs and Drew Barker each took steps this spring, either to become starters or to reach the next level.

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