Damian Swann is a cornerback for the University of Georgia Bulldogs of the Southeastern Conference. Phil Steele named Swann a 2014 pre-season second team All-SEC selection. He was named one of the top 100 prospects in the nation to watch for the 2015 NFL Draft by NFLDraftScout.com.
Swann attended Grady High School in Georgia. He was named an Army All-American and ESPN.com ranked Swann as the number nine “Athlete” and number 76 prospect overall in the nation. He started on offense, defense and special teams all four years at Grady.
Swann played right away at Georgia in 2011 as he appeared in 11 games and made one start. His best game came against New Mexico State as Swann tallied three tackles, one of which was a tackle for loss.
Swann made a huge leap as a sophomore in 2012 and earned the program’s Most Improved Player award. Swann started all 14 games and led the Bulldogs with four interceptions. Swann had a monster Capital One Bowl against Nebraska, tallying two interceptions and making six tackles. He also had seven tackles against Alabama in the SEC Championship Game. Swann recorded two sacks on the season. He also forced and recovered two fumbles.
Swann earned a number of pre-season honors in 2013 and ended up breaking up eight passes, recording 57 tackles, including one tackle for loss, on the season. Swann started all 13 games at corner.
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Georgia Spring Game: Position Battles
by Dan Mathews
Saturday afternoon Georgia takes the field for their annual G-Day Game. There are plenty of questions that need to be answered in certain position groups and I think it comes down to five areas of the field...