UGA linemen Thomas, Wilson declare for NFL Draft

Georgia offensive lineman Andrew Thomas takes questions Tuesday, July 16, 2019, at the Wynfrey Hotel during SEC Media Days in Hoover, Ala. Curtis Compton/

The University of Georgia offense will be without some of its star linemen next season.

Andrew Thomas and Isaiah Wilson announced Tuesday they will not return for their senior seasons and are entering the NFL Draft.

Thomas has elected not to play against No. 7 Baylor on New Year’s Day. Wilson’s announcement did not address if he would play or sit out.

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Thomas, who is from Lithonia and graduated from Pace Academy, has been widely projected as a top-10 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

His announcement comes one day after the left tackle was named an AP First Team All-American.

Bulldog fans have being waiting to see which players will decide to play in the bowl game or prepare for the NFL Draft.

Senior safety J.R. Reed said he would play in the Sugar Bowl. D’Andre Swift tweeted Tuesday that he will make his decision after the bowl game.