NFL Mock Draft 2012: Cordy Glenn To Titans, Stephen Hill To 49ers

In the latest mock draft from the National Football Post, Georgia OG Cordy Glenn and Georgia Tech WR Stephen Hill are rising fast into the first round.

Glenn, who was initially seen as a second-or-third round pick, is now being projected to go No. 20 to the Tennessee Titans:

20. Tennessee Titans: Georgia OL Cordy Glenn
Glenn is a powerful body who can maul defenders in the run game and more than hold his own inside vs. the pass. A potential Pro Bowl-caliber option at guard who should be an ideal power player for the Titans.

Hill, meanwhile, has taken advantage of his phenomenal Combine times to work his way into the back end of the first round, with the San Francisco 49ers projected to take him at No. 30:

30. San Francisco 49ers: Georgia Tech WR Stephen Hill
Hill is going to need to become a more consistent route runner. However, at 6-5 he showcases some natural short-area quickness to his game and knows how to go up and get the football vertically. He's one of the draft's elite size/speed combos at the receiver spot and his stock is on the rise.

Read more mock draft analysis at Mocking the Draft. For more on the Georgia Bulldogs, visit Dawg Sports.

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