Ramik Wilson, one of the SEC’s leading tackles during his standout career at Georgia, became the league’s sixth linebacker taken in the 2015 NFL draft on Saturday, landing with the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth round at No. 118 overall.

Wilson is the Bulldogs’ third draft pick in this year’s draft, joining running back Todd Gurley (No. 10 overall) and wideout Chris Conley (No. 76).

Wilson earned Georgia’s Charlie Trippi Most Versatile Player Award last season after accumulating 110 tackles as a headliner on Jeremy Pruitt’s defense.