ATLANTA -- As the 2019 National Football League season kicks off tonight, six former Georgia State Panthers are active in the NFL, including four on active rosters.
With four alumni on NFL active rosters, Georgia State is tied for first in the Sun Belt, along with Troy and Appalachian State.
Two members of Georgia State's inaugural team of 2010 are still active in the NFL, led by Miami Dolphins' receiver Albert Wilson. Offensive lineman Ulrick John is on injured reserve for the New Orleans Saints.
Wil Lutz, a senior on the Panthers' first bowl team in 2015, has developed into one of the NFL's top placekickers as he enters his fourth season with the New Orleans Saints.
Wide receiver Robert Davis, Georgia State's all-time leading receiver from 2013-16, returns to the Washington Redskins after missing the 2017 season with a knee injury.
Chandon Sullivan, an Academic All-American for the Panthers in 2017, will be in action in tonight's NFL opener for the Green Bay Packers, who face the Chicago Bears.
Rounding out the #PantherPros is Penny Hart, who is on injured reserve with the Indianapolis Colts.