Herrien, a 6-foot-1, 210-pound rusher from Douglasville, was one of 13 Bulldogs to miss the Sugar Bowl win over Baylor. Woerner, a 6-foot-5, 250-pound tight end, played four seasons in Athens.
They are among the dozen or so Bulldogs aiming to be NFL draft selections in April.
Former Georgia defensive back Tyrique McGhee and graduate transfers Lawrence Cager and Eli Wolf represented the Bulldogs at the East-West Shrine Game in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Wolf, a tight end who transferred to UGA from Tennessee last summer, had three catches for 49 yards for the East squad.
“This past year has been a wonderful ending to a five-year collegiate career,” Wolf told DawgNation Sunday. “I’ll continue to work extremely hard to see where the next opportunity takes me, but I certainly will not forget the journey that got me here.”
Cager, a receiver who underwent season-ending ankle surgery in November, did not play.