Kelee Ringo/Christopher Smith
The Georgia Bulldogs defense stifled the TCU Horned Frogs’ offense as they held Max Duggan to only 152 passing yards with no passing touchdowns and two interceptions. The Bulldogs were also able to record five sacks and the performance of the secondary played a big role in some of those sacks.
Two big parts of the secondary were cornerback Kelee Ringo and safety Christopher Smith, and both are now expected to be on their way to the NFL Draft. Smith finished the game with three total tackles while Ringo had one but he also played a big role in containing Quentin Johnson to only one reception and three yards.
Kelee Ringo was expected to be one of the top cornerbacks in this year’s NFL Draft and only solidified that belief based on what he showed against TCU. Meanwhile, Christopher Smith likely was a second or third round pick but it wouldn’t be surprising to see him sneak into the back part of the first round after another excellent game.