NFL Draft 2018: Updated Order and 1st-Round Mock Draft Predictions
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The NFL draft prospects on the Alabama and Georgia rosters have one more chance to add to their respective resumes in Monday's College Football Playoff National Championship Game that starts at 8 p.m. ET.

Once a national champion is determined, the highly touted underclassmen on each roster have six days to declare for the draft. Once that deadline passes, the evaluation process will heat up.

The Crimson Tide and Bulldogs players may not be receiving as much buzz as the coveted group of...


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