Georgia Bulldogs fans had to wait a while to see which former Dawg would follow A.J. Green in the 2011 NFL Draft, but they've been a-flyin' off the board in the last couple rounds. The Cincinnati Bengals, who also picked Green, grabbed OL Clint Boling early in the fourth, and the Seattle Seahawks selected WR Kris Durham -- all this after the Atlanta Falcons went with LB Akeem Dent and the Kansas City Chiefs got LB Justin Houston in the previous round.
Who's the next Dawg off the board? OL Joshua Davis could be selected, but probably not for a while. DB Vance Cuff and DL Demarcus Dobbs could catch some team's eye in the seventh or so, while Shaun Chapas could be an option for a team interested in a FB.
Boling might've been the best player left in the fourth round. He'd been expected to go about a round higher.
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