Georgia outside linebacker Lorenzo Carter (7) waits for the play during the SEC Championship game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Auburn Tigers at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday, December 2, 2017. (Photo/Reann Huber, www.reannhuber.com)

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On the third day of drills at the NFL Scouting Combine on Sunday in Indianapolis, five former Georgia players completed workouts in front of NFL coaches and front offices.

Outside linebackers Davin Bellamy and Lorenzo Carter, inside linebacker Roquan Smith and defensive linemen Trent Thompson and John Atkins all participated in drills alongside other defensive linemen and linebackers.

Both Carter and Smith impressed in the 40-yard dash Sunday, as Carter finished third overall on the day with a time of 4.5 seconds and Smith finished close behind in fourth place with 4.51 seconds. Atkins and Thompson also participated in the 40-yard dash, putting up times of 5.38 and 5.06, respectively.

In the vertical jump, Carter led the former Georgia players with a height of 36.0 inches for a top-15 finish on the day. Thompson followed with 32.5 inches, while Atkins jumped 24.0 inches.

Carter finished third out of all defensive linemen and linebackers in the broad jump with a distance of 130.0 inches. Thompson and Atkins followed with 111.0 inches and 89.0 inches, respectively.

Bellamy was the only former Georgia player to participate in the bench press drill on Sunday. He completed just 15 repetitions for last among all athletes who competed in the event Sunday.

Only Thompson and Atkins participated in the three-cone and 20-yard shuttle drills. In the three-cone drill, Thompson put up a time of 7.68 seconds while Atkins finished in 7.95 seconds. In the 20-yard shuttle, Thompson and Atkins finished in 4.56 and 4.75 seconds, respectively.

On Saturday, former Georgia wide receiver Javon Wims completed workouts alongside other wide receivers, quarterbacks and tight ends. Wims ran the 40-yard dash in 4.53 seconds. In the vertical jump, he jumped 33.5 inches, while in the broad jump, he jumped 113.0 inches. He finished the three-cone drill with a time of 7.0 seconds.

On the final day of the NFL combine Monday, former Georgia safety Dominick Sanders will participate in workouts alongside other defensive backs.

This article originally ran on redandblack.com.


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