Four Georgia underclassmen declare for 2019 NFL Draft

More than 30 SEC underclassmen enter 2019 NFL Draft

More than 100 underclassmen have declared for the 2019 NFL Draft, about a third played college football in the Southeastern Conference.

Alabama leads all SEC schools with seven players deciding to go pro. 

Georgia had four underclassmen declare for the NFL. Six Bulldogs were drafted last season - three in the first round. 

A full list of players granted eligibility will be released by the NFL on Jan. 18. The NFL Draft will be held in Nashville, with the first round taking place Thursday, April 25. (The Atlanta Falcons hold the 14th overall pick.) 

Here are the players who have declared (listed by school):

Alabama
Josh Jacobs, RB
Irv Smith Jr., TE 
Saivion Smith, CB
Deionte Thompson, DB
Jonah Williams, OL
Quinnen Williams, DL
Mack Wilson, LB 

Arkansas
Ryan Pulley, DB

Auburn
Jamel Dean, CB
Darius Slayton, WR
Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn 

Florida
Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB
Vaosean Joseph, LB
Jachai Polite, DE
Jordan Scarlett, RB
Jawaan Taylor, OL 

Georgia
Mecole Hardman, WR
Elijah Holyfield, RB
Isaac Nauta, TE
Riley Ridley, WR

Kentucky
Benny Snell, RB

LSU
Ed Alexander, DT
Devin White, LB
Greey Williams, CB

Mississippi
A.J. Brown, WR
Dawson Knox, TE 
Greg Little, OT
D.K. Metcalf, WR

Mississippi State
Jeffrey Simmons

Missouri
Dmarea Crockett, RB 

Tennessee
Quart'e Sapp, LB 

Texas A&M
Tyrel Dodson, LB
Jace Sternberger, TE
Trayveon Williams, RB

Vanderbilt
Joejuan Williams, CB 

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