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Grant and McMichael make decisions

UGASports.com has learned that both Charles Grant and Randy McMichael have decided to turn professional early and forgo their senior seasons in Athens. While players have until January 11 to make a final decision and notify the NFL in writing of their draft status, it is believed that both players will officially make UGA coaches aware of their intentions as soon as tomorrow.
As UGASports.com first reported, both players have apparently received favorable feedback from the College Advisory Board, which is an NFL panel, polled on their behalf. Typically, the group is made up of scouts, front office personnel, and in some cases coaches, who when asked will offer their opinions on the draft status of high profile underclassmen that are considering early entry into the draft.
It is widely believed that based on potential, both players have a legitimate chance to be selected
in the first day of the April NFL Draft, which includes its first three rounds.
Grant, a defensive end, and McMichael, a tight end, both possess the
"measurable" qualities and athleticism coveted at the next level according to
scouts.
UGASports.com will continue to track the direct effects of this breaking story on UGA's recruiting efforts. Obviously, an early exit by Grant and/or McMichael could enhance the chances of landing commitments rom such standout prep players as Marcus Jackson, Aaron Scranton, Leonard Pope, Michael Turner,
and others.