NFL Draft 2012, Cordy Glenn Projected As First Round Draft Pick

Georgia's Cordy Glenn is projected as the No. 20 pick of the first round to the Tennessee Titans in SB Nation's First-Round Mock Draft.

With Georgia's season ending many of the Bulldogs' players are turning their attention to the NFL Draft. The future appears to be bright for senior offensive lineman Cordy Glenn as he is projected as a first-round draft pick by SB Nation's NFL Draft blog Mocking The Draft.

SB Nation's full first round mock-draft projects Glenn as the No. 20 pick to the Tennessee Titans.

Mike Munchak is a former Pro Bowl offensive lineman that has publicly criticized his current group. Glenn helps both Jake Locker and Chris Johnson next season in a division that suddenly looks more attainable.

Glenn ranks second among offensive lineman at Georgia with 49 career starts and started all 13 games of the 2011 season. He was named to the AP All-SEC First Team and by the SEC Coaches.

For more on Cordy Glenn be sure to check out Dawg Sports, for more on the NFL Draft, check out Mocking The Draft.

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