California, Florida, Georgia and Texas produced 40.3 percent of the players drafted in 2017 Since 2006, these states have seen the most first-round picks selected: Florida, 49 Joey Bosa was selected third-overall by the San Diego Chargers in 2016 Texas, 41 17 Texans, including Matthew Stafford (Lions, 2009, have been Top 10 picks from Texas California, 30 Georgia, 22 Led by Deshaun Watson (Texans), 27 players from the Peach State were taken in the 2017 NFL Draft Only one Bulldog, Isaiah McKenzie (fifth-r

Georgia among four states that supply most NFL draft picks

Led by Gainesville, Ga., quarterback Deshaun Watson (Texans, 12th overall), 27 players from the state of Georgia were selected in the 2017 NFL Draft. That was more than Florida (26), California (25) and Texas (24). 

Only one pick was a Bulldog, Isaiah McKenzie (Broncos, fifth-round). This year as many as eight Bulldogs are projected to be NFL draft picks.

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UGA hasn’t had eight players drafted since 2013.

Since 2006, four states -- Georgia, Florida, California and Texas -- have dominated the ranks of pro selections.

The 2018 NFL Draft will be held from April 26-28 at the Dallas Cowboys’ stadium in Arlington, Texas.