After a winless 2013 campaign, the Georgia State University (that’s the real GSU) Panthers made a few headlines during the NFL draft’s final day.
Tackle Ulrick John was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the seventh and final round, while wide receiver Albert Wilson – arguably the best player the program has ever produced in its short history – signed as a rookie free agent with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Only one other Panther has been drafted into the NFL – Christo Bilukidi, drafted by Oakland in the 2012 draft’s sixth round. He recently signed with the Cincinnati Bengals.
If he makes the team, Wilson may be working with a QB familiar to everyone in the Peach State: Aaron Murray, the record-setting UGA signal caller who was drafted by the Chiefs in fifth round.
Here’s a video of Wilson’s NFL scouting combine workout —