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Since 2004 Richt hasn't had (1) OL drafted in the 1st round with his highest OL drafted in the 4th round. Since 2004 Bama has had 9 drafted in the 1st - 3rd rounds.
Georgia OL Recruiting since 2004: (5 TOTAL)
1. Justin Anderson - 7th round
2. Clint Boling - 4th round
3. Chester Adams - 7th round
4. Ken Shackleford - 6th round
5. Max Gene-Giles - 4th round
Alabama since 2004: (10 TOTAL)
1. Andre Smith - 1st round
2. Jason Carpenter 1st round
3. Justin Smiley - 2nd round
4. Mike Johnson - 3rd round
5. Antione Caldwell - 3rd round
6. Evan Mathis - 3rd round
7. Wesley Britt - 5th round
8. Chance Warmack - 1st round
9. Barrett Jones - 2nd round
10. DJ Fluker - 3rd round
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I was just going with the lowest projections...hopefully all 3 get drafted in the 1st so we can really stick it to our recruiting naysayers.
Did I miss the draft already this year?
"Don't confuse association, with something we both really like." ---JB
not sure why you went back to 2004. Saban, the coach recruiting Tunsil, came to Bama in 2007. It is since then that Bama's Oline production has really taken off.
I went back to 2004 because it shows 2 full cycles of history that helps to establish the "tradition" that both programs have specifically to OL development and NFL pedigree. Anyone can have a nice little 4 year run...Its hard to spin 9 years of success though. History is doomed to repeat itself IMO.
You forgot Ben Jones who was drafted in the 4th round of the 2012 draft. He was a strater for the Texans this year.
Yep Ben Jones is a solid player and is also from right down the road in Bibb County.
Cordy Glenn was drafted in the second round last year.
Still there is no comparison between Bama and UGA for OT. If you have no childhood favorite between the two then Bama should be your choice if the NFL is your ultimate goal. Yes you can get drafted at UGA but Bama has proven it will develope you into a first round pick.
When you make a list next time please try and make it accurate. Cordy Glenn was drafted all the way back in the last draft.........research is not for everyone.
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