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After recording eight interceptions and breaking up eight passes during a junior season that earned him first-team All-America honors, Rambo entered 2012 as a potential first-round pick. However, his stock dropped significantly after he was suspended for the first four games for failing a drug test. Despite playing 10 games as a senior, Rambo finished fourth on the team with 73 tackles and tied for second with three interceptions en route to earning second-team All-SEC honors. In four seasons for the Bulldogs, Rambo recorded 157 solo tackles, 16 interceptions and 18 passes defended. He displayed some decent strength by putting up 17 reps in the bench press at the combine, but his 4.56 40-yard dash was nothing special. Rambo has a tendency to gamble and can lack discipline when it comes to technique, but scouts won't argue that he is the kind of hard-hitting, ball-hawking safety who can start for many years at the next level. The key is whether he's mature enough to live the life of a pro athlete. Rambo's various suspensions for violating team rules while at Georgia are a major reason he's gone from potential first-rounder to likely being taken in the third. He's drawn comparisons to Dashon Goldson of the San Francisco 49ers.