Jalen Carter likely won’t be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft now that the Chicago Bears have traded out of the top spot, but the star Georgia defensive lineman can still go in the top 5.

On Wednesday, he’ll participate in Georgia’s Pro Day to give scouts another look at his undeniable talent.

Per Senior Bowl executive director Jim Nagy, Carter will only do position drills on Wednesday and won’t run the 40-yard dash or any other events:

The Arizona Cardinals have the No. 3 pick, the Seattle Seahawks at No. 5 and the Bears are now at No. 9. Any of those teams could end up drafting Carter.

We’ll see how he performs at his Pro Day, but there are sure to be plenty of NFL scouts in attendance to see Carter and the other Bulldogs put on a show.

The 2023 NFL Draft begins on Thursday, April 27, in Kansas City and continues through Saturday, April 29.