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University of Georgia Defenders Dominate NFL

Current Georgia defensive end Jarvis Jones, fresh off a stunning performance versus Florida, may be the number one pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.  Georgia fans are no doubt howling at Lane Kiffen's decision to let him go.  He had 12 tackles and 2 sacks versus Florida and currently has 7.5 sacks in 6 games.  If current Georgia defenders in the NFL are any indication, Jones should be the first pick.

The Bulldogs boast what may be the greatest array of NFL talent from one university in NFL history.  Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins is the NFL's best (JJ Watt is a defensive end who moves inside on occasion) and he is on pace to break the NFL's single season record for sacks from a defensive tackle. A ridiculous 4 of the top 15 in sacks hail from Georgia.  In addition to Atkins, Seattle's Chris Clemons, Carolina's Charles Johnson and Kansas City's Justin Houston round out the most impressive list of pass rushers ever to grace the NFL from one school. Robert Geathers, Kedric Golston and Corey Irvin also play, and future Hall of Famer Richard Seymour is still effective for the Raiders. 

Cornerback Tim Jennings leads the NFL in interceptions and is probably behind only Watt as the NFL Defensive Player of the Year.  Future Hall of Famer Champ Bailey still starts for the Broncos.  He needs 5 interceptions to move into the top 20 all-time.  4 starting linebackers (Danell Ellerbee, Will Witherspoon, Thomas Davis and Akeem Dent) hail from Georgia as does Reshad Jones, the starting safety for one of the NFL's best defenses.  Eagles nickel corner Brandon Boykin already has 21 tackles and 3 passes defensed in his rookie season. 

We'd be willing to bet that never has one school had 4 players in the top 15 in sacks in the NFL.  Sprinkle in a few Hall of Famers, several of the NFL's top young defensive backs and two more first round picks in 2013 and you have a school dominating one side of the ball in the NFL like never before.