The 2019 NFL Draft is just a few months away, and there are a number of Georgia players who are expected to be selected. Here’s a look at where some of the top prospects from the Bulldogs could end up:

QB Jake Fromm – 1st Round

Fromm is one of the most polished quarterbacks in this year’s draft class, and he is likely to be selected in the first round. He has a strong arm and is very accurate with his passes, and he also has good mobility.

RB D’Andre Swift – 1st or 2nd Round

Swift is a dynamic playmaker who can make things happen both on the ground and through the air. He has good speed and elusiveness, and he is also a reliable receiver. Swift should be drafted in the first or second round.

WR Mecole Hardman – 1st or 2nd Round

Hardman is one of the most explosive athletes in this year’s draft class, and he has the potential to be a game-changer. He is a good route runner and has excellent speed, and he can also make plays in the return game. Hardman is likely to be drafted in the first or second round.

DT Trent Thompson – 1st or 2nd Round

Thompson is a disruptive defensive lineman who can cause problems for opposing offenses. He has a quick first step and is strong at the point of attack, and he also has a good motor. Thompson should be drafted in the first or second round.

S J.R. Reed – 2nd or 3rd Round

Reed is a rangy safety who has the ability to make plays all over the field. He is a good tackler and has good ball skills, and he should be drafted in the second or third round.

LB D’Andre Walker – 2nd or 3rd Round

Walker is an athletic linebacker who can make plays in both the running and passing game. He is a good tackler and has good instincts, and he should be drafted in the second or third round.

2019 nfl rushing leaders

1. Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys

2. Saquon Barkley, New York Giants

3. Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers

4. Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints

5. Todd Gurley II, Los Angeles Rams

6. James Conner, Pittsburgh Steelers

7. Kerryon Johnson, Detroit Lions

8. Melvin Gordon, Los Angeles Chargers

9. Joe Mixon, Cincinnati Bengals

10. David Johnson, Arizona Cardinals

11. Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns

12. Marlon Mack, Indianapolis Colts

13. Dalvin Cook, Minnesota Vikings

14. Phillip Lindsay, Denver Broncos

15. Chris Carson, Seattle Seahawks

16. Leonard Fournette, Jacksonville Jaguars

17. Josh Jacobs, Oakland Raiders

18. Mark Ingram II, Baltimore Ravens

19. Devonta Freeman, Atlanta Falcons

20. Sony Michel, New England Patriots

21. Aaron Jones, Green Bay Packers

22. Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans

23. Tarik Cohen, Chicago Bears

24. Carlos Hyde, Houston Texans

25. Latavius Murray, New Orleans Saints

26. Royce Freeman, Denver Broncos

27. Tevin Coleman, San Francisco 49ers

28. Kenyan Drake, Miami Dolphins

29. Devin Singletary, Buffalo Bills

30. Rex Burkhead, New England Patriots

Which positions are most likely to be drafted for players from Georgia colleges and universities

Quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers are the most likely positions to be drafted for players from Georgia colleges and universities.

What teams are most likely to draft players from Georgia schools in 2019 NFL Draft

The Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers, Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, Los Angeles Chargers, Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, Baltimore Ravens, Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers, Tennessee Titans, Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers, Miami Dolphins, and Buffalo Bills are the most likely teams to draft players from Georgia schools in 2019 NFL Draft.

How will the early entrants into the draft affect where other Georgia players get drafted

The early entrants into the draft will likely cause other Georgia players to get drafted higher than they would have otherwise. This is because there will be fewer players available at each position, and teams will be looking to fill needs with the best players available.