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Despite winning back-to-back national championships and being a candidate for the Heisman Trophy, former Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett faces the possibility of going undrafted in the upcoming NFL draft.

According to FanDuel, prospects are not looking great for the 25-year-old quarterback. The the odds of Bennett going undrafted are plus-100.

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But when have the odds ever been in Bennett’s favor? The undersized quarterback was told he’d never play at Georgia, but look what he did. Now, he’s being told he may never play in the pros.

Bennett has played with a chip on his shoulder since he came to Georgia. And one NFC executive, who explained why teams may actually be interested in Bennett, seems to admire that:

“He’s done some dumb s—,” the executive said, per Around the NFL.

“But you kind of like (him). He’s like ‘You know what? F— it, here you go. Go ahead and not draft me or take me late and piss me off some more.

But he doesn’t even look at it like he’s got a chip on his shoulder. I just think I’m better than you — he’s talked himself into that.”

Bennett checks in at 5 feet, 11 inches and 192 pounds. That’s not ideal for an NFL quarterback, but as this executive said … it’s bigger than Young.

“You can poke holes in him all you want – he’s bigger than Bryce Young,” the executive said. “He won more games than Bryce. I know he’s older but he’s a sharp guy, can make plays with his feet and at the same time with his arm. Does he have a big arm? No. But he’s good enough.”

If I’m an NFL general manager, I’m taking the the two-time title winner and quarterback who was named MVP of every College Football Playoff game he played in.

“He’s a talented thrower, man,” an AFC coordinator said. “He’s competitive. He’s got the ability to make all the throws. He’s a playmaker. He’s accurate. He has a high football IQ. He’s just undersized. You see bad body language. He has a super-high opinion of himself. He’s talented, but is he going to be one of those dudes that sits behind just thinking he’s better than everyone else?”

Bennett began his career as a walk-on at Georgia in 2017, when he redshirted his freshman season. Prior to the 2018 season, he transferred to Jones Community College. He returned in 2019 and never looked back, winning two national titles and cementing himself as the greatest of all-time in Georgia history.

In 2020, Bennett started five games but was nowhere close to being the Bulldogs’ trusted guy at quarterback. Come 2021, Bennett gained the starting job early in the season after an injury to J.T. Daniels. He guided the team to a national championship win over Alabama in the 2021 season to bring home Georgia’s first trophy since 1980.

Bennett opted to return to UGA in 2022, and he led the Bulldogs to a 15-0 record, which included both an SEC championship and a second consecutive national championship win. He finished fourth in Heisman voting. In 2022, Bennett threw for 4,127 yards, 27 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. He rushed for an additional 10 touchdowns.

Bennett’s career stats read 601 of 923, 65.1%, 8,428 yards, 66 touchdowns, 21 interceptions, 530 rushing yards and 14 rushing touchdowns.