Georgia’s Orson Charles switches agents

University of Georgia tight end Orson Charles has switched agents and is now with Joel Segal, according to league sources.

Charles is projected to go in the second- to third-round range, but could end up slipping in the draft due to off-field concerns. Charles was arrested in early March and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

Charles is the third-rated tight end prospect in NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock‘s position-by-position rankings, and is the 55th-rated player in senior analyst Gil Brandt‘s “Hot 100” prospect rankings.

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