2012 NFL Draft: Cordy Glenn Drafted By Buffalo Bills In Second Round

Georgia offensive lineman Cordy Glenn has been drafted by the Buffalo Bills with the 41st overall pick in the 2nd round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Glenn, who considered leaving the Bulldogs a year early after last season, stayed on in 2011 and expanded his range from guard to tackle, an added versatility that's paid off with a first round selection.

Glenn was projected by some as a mid first round pick but slid all the way to the middle of the second round. He should fit in nicely with the Bills as he adds depth to their offensive line.

The Bulldogs are projected to send four to five players to the pros this season, down from a 2011 class led by receiver A.J. Green with six total picks. The Dawgs' all-time Draft record is eight, in 2002.

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