Georgia, Georgia Southern to be well-represented at the scouting combine

Georgia left tackle Andrew Thomas was a first-team All-American in 2019. Thomas led Pace Academy to a Class AAA championship in 2015. He is one of 420 alumni of current Class AAA schools, 21 from Pace Academy, to be on college football rosters in 2019.
Georgia left tackle Andrew Thomas was a first-team All-American in 2019. Thomas led Pace Academy to a Class AAA championship in 2015. He is one of 420 alumni of current Class AAA schools, 21 from Pace Academy, to be on college football rosters in 2019.

Left tackle Andrew Thomas, a potential top-10 draft pick, heads a list of 10 former Georgia Bulldogs on the list of 337 players who were invited to take part in this year's scouting combine in Indianapolis.

Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow is one of 16 players from LSU invited to participate. LSU has more players than any other school. Michigan and Ohio State each have 11 invited players, while Alabama and Georgia are next with 10 each.

The scouting combine will be held Feb. 24 through March 1. The first on-field drills will start Feb. 27.

In addition to Thomas, former Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm, running back Brian Herrien, running back D’Andre Swift, wide receiver Lawrence Cager, tight end Charlie Woerner, offensive lineman Solomon Kindley, offensive lineman Isaiah Wilson, defensive back J.R. Reed and kicker Rodrigo Blankenship were invited to the combine.

Former Georgia Southern players defensive back Kindle Vildor and kicker Tyler Bass were invited. There are no other players from Georgia schools on the list.

Also, former Liberty wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden, of Paulding County High, and former Lenoir-Rhyne safety Kyle Dugger, of Whitewater High, were invited to the combine. Both starred at the Senior Bowl.

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