2018 NFL Draft Tracker

The 2018 draft NFL has concluded

Check below for the complete rundown and analysis of all of the picks and trades

RD Pick Team Grade
1 1 team logo Baker Mayfield QB, OKLA
Height: 6-1  Weight: 215

I just think there were better options and it's risky taking a 6-foot quarterback first overall.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Experienced, accurate passer with some improvisational skills. Rarely misses first read at short and intermediate levels and showed flashes of defender manipulation. Threw to a multitude of wide open targets in college and his accuracy noticeably dipped down the field. Has tendency to instantly morph into a runner with pressure mounting.

2017 College Stats

GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
14 4627 70.5 43 6
1 2 team logo Saquon Barkley RB, PSU
Height: 6-0  Weight: 233

I like the player and his skills, but value of position is a major concern in a deep draft of backs.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook: 

Rare flexion and smoothness as an athlete, particularly for a running back his size. Some cuts are reminiscent of Barry Sanders. Has elite downfield speed to hit home runs. Best on the outside though he's not terrible between the tackles. Has plenty of power too. Dynamic running back prospect. 

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
13 217 1271 5.9 18
1 3 team logo Sam Darnold QB, USC
Height: 6-3  Weight: 221

It's a safe pick, but I have my doubts about his game. They had to take a quarterback, but why not Josh Allen or Josh Rosen?

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

More often than not, he plays well beyond his years mentally when reading coverages and when making anticipation throws at all levels of the field. Arm strength is fine. Good scrambling ability. and even better throw-on-the-run-skills. Footwork is sporadic. Accuracy is mainly spot-on. Effective eluding pressure but gets antsy when blocking is leaky. Owns awkward, elongated release.

2017 College Stats

GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
14 4143 63.1 26 13
1 4 team logo Denzel Ward CB, OHIOST
Height: 5-10  Weight: 191

I love the player and the way he covers, but why not Bradley Chubb?

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Feisty man-to-man outside cornerback with blazing speed. Better in man than zone and lacks ideal outside cornerback size. Makes plenty of plays on the football though awareness can be lacking at time. Enforces his will on crossing routes. Should be early first-round pick.

No stats available.

1 5 team logo Bradley Chubb DE, NCST
Height: 6-4  Weight: 269

Love this pick. With Von Miller on the other side, it's tough-going for opposing quarterbacks.

A+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Large, long, and sturdy defensive end with developed pass-rush moves and heavy hands to beat offensive tackles in many ways. Rarely pushed off his spot when setting the edge. Burst is impressive for his size. Some bend to his game too. Squeaky clean prospect. Top 10 pick.

No stats available.

1 6 team logo Quenton Nelson OG, ND
Height: 6-5  Weight: 329

Might be the cleanest player in the draft, but this is high for a guard. I get it with the need to better protect Andrew Luck.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Outstandingly strong, wide-based guard with amazing awareness and nastiness through the whistle. Sits down and strikes first in pass protection. Works well to second level and routinely destroys linebackers. Immense power once he gets a hold of defensive linemen as a run-blocker. Only occasional hiccup comes against well-executed counter move.

No stats available.

1 7 team logo Josh Allen QB, WYO
Height: 6-5  Weight: 233

They get the best QB in the draft and they had to go make the moves to get him. Love the trade, love the pick.

A+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Elite arm strength. Matt Stafford-esque. Plus mobility. Inconsistent accuracy and decision-making. Often over-extends plays which gets him into big trouble. Has All-Pro and UDFA flashes. Likely Top 15 pick mainly due to his physical traits.

2017 College Stats

GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
11 1812 56.3 16 6
1 8 team logo Roquan Smith ILB, UGA
Height: 6-1  Weight: 236

They needed a playmaker at linebacker and this kid has Ray Lewis qualities. Like it.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Electric speed-to-power linebacker with sideline-to-sideline capability and comfort in coverage. Diagnoses rapidly and rarely makes a false step. Instant impact. Best linebacker in this class.

No stats available.

1 9 team logo Mike McGlinchey OT, ND
Height: 6-8  Weight: 312

He will be a backup in 2018, but then take over for Joe Staley. Solid future pick.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

NFL-ready blocker who plays with proper punch technique and is rarely out of position. Plenty of experience against a myriad of counter moves. Dominant, powerful run-blocker. Has issues against speed rushers due to lack of foot quickness. Might be best as road-grading right tackle.

No stats available.

1 10 team logo Josh Rosen QB, UCLA
Height: 6-4  Weight: 226

They make the smart move to go up and get the guy who might be the most NFL-ready passer.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Smooth pocket passer with textbook delivery, consistent spiral and great arm strength. Accuracy isn't an issue. Good, not great moving inside the pocket. Same goes for downfield ball placement. Has tendency to force throws into dangerous situations, especially when improvising.

2017 College Stats

GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
11 3756 62.6 26 10
1 11 team logo Minkah Fitzpatrick FS, BAMA
Height: 6-1  Weight: 201

They get a Malcolm Jenkins type of player. He can do so many things well, but where does he play?

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Swiss-army knife at the second and third level of the defense. Tall, long, and athletic. Effective blitzer. Solid ball skills and ability to run with wideouts. Best as safety or in off-man coverage. Should be one of the first defensive players selected.

No stats available.

1 12 team logo Vita Vea DT, WASH
Height: 6-4  Weight: 347

This is a more athletic Haloti Ngata. The Bucs had to get bigger up front and he certainly helps that.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Herculean strength. Throws huge guards out of the way against the run. Makes double teams look foolish. Mastery-level hand use. For his size, Vea is surprisingly quick shooting a gap as a pass-rusher and his bull rush is devastating. Round 1 lock.

No stats available.

1 13 team logo Da'Ron Payne DT, BAMA
Height: 6-2  Weight: 311

They needed to get help up front and he joins former Alabama teammate Jonathan Allen on that line. Solid move.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Chiseled defensive tackle who thrives as block-shedding two-gapper. Super strong. Has mastered the technique. Flashed pass-rushing ability with quickness and hand use. Only 20 years old.

No stats available.

1 14 team logo Marcus Davenport DE, TXSA
Height: 6-6  Weight: 264

He is a a boom-or-bust player, but this move could pay off in a big way.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tall defensive end with long arms. Explosive in all his movements. Possesses wide array of pass-rushing moves and can win with speed and bend around the corner. Decent point-of-attack strength too. Draft's biggest sleeper. Could sneak into Round 1.

No stats available.

1 15 team logo Kolton Miller OT, UCLA
Height: 6-9  Weight: 310

I think he's the best tackle in the draft, but they have so many defensive needs.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tall, active left tackle prospect exuding athleticism. Polished pass-blocker who plays with balance and uses his long limbs well. Flashes a nasty streak in the run game, as he typically blocks through the whistle. Smaller defenders give him some problems at times.

No stats available.

1 16 team logo Tremaine Edmunds ILB, VATECH
Height: 6-5  Weight: 253

At 19, he has a chance to grow into a special player. The Bills are having a good draft.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Transcendent combination of size and athleticism for the linebacker position. Lightning speed to the football. Capable as flat defender in coverage. Wins often due to his length and physical prowess. Not developed as block-shedder and obvious is a big target for offensive linemen.

No stats available.

1 17 team logo Derwin James SS, FSU
Height: 6-3  Weight: 215

Gus Bradley gets a safety who can do so many things. He's a steal in this spot.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Swiss-army knife at the second and third level of the defense. Probably best in the strong safety type role although he does have the burst to range from center field to make plays near the boundary. Can be high-volume tackler in NFL. Effective blitzer. Should be a top 10 pick.

No stats available.

1 18 team logo Jaire Alexander CB, LVILLE
Height: 5-11  Weight: 192

They get a smooth cover player who plays with a swagger. They wanted a corner and get a darn good one.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Exceptional mirroring skills. Ultra aware in zone. Drives rapidly on the football and is aggressive at the catch point. Plays bigger than his smaller stature. Can thrive in any type of coverage due to football IQ and athleticism. Should go in Round 1.

No stats available.

1 19 team logo Leighton Vander Esch OLB, BOISE
Height: 6-4  Weight: 256

This is a steal. He will be a big-time star (or Star) in their defense.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Oversized off-ball linebacker with immense athletic gifts. Straight-line speed is outstanding, and he's relatively smooth when changing directions. Lacking the refinement to defeat blocks to make plays on the football near the line. If kept clean, he can be a dynamic linebacker at the next level.

No stats available.

1 20 team logo Frank Ragnow C, ARK
Height: 6-5  Weight: 309

He is the draft's best center and can also play guard. The Lions have to get better inside, and Ragnow will make that happen.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tall, well-built center who routinely plays with balance, a strong grip, and proper positioning on combo blocks. Consistently anchors well in pass-protection. Clean prospect.

No stats available.

1 21 team logo Billy Price C, OHIOST
Height: 6-4  Weight: 312

He's coming off a pec injury at the combine, but will be ready for camp. They needed a center so it makes sense.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Extremely experienced interior lineman who plays with a noticeable mean streak and power. Constantly battles. Somewhat limited lateral movement. Tremendous puller and rarely caught out of position while on the move. Susceptible to counter moves at times and can be late recognizing twists. Better as run-blocker than a pass-blocker now.

No stats available.

1 22 team logo Rashaan Evans ILB, BAMA
Height: 6-3  Weight: 234

They lost one of their top tacklers in Avery Williamson during free agency, so landing his replacement was smart. Evans is a three-down linebacker.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Smaller and more compact than other recent Alabama inside linebackers to enter the NFL. Quick to the football. Diagnoses quickly and charges to the football. Relatively fluid hips. Flashed decent spin move as pass-rusher. Not tremendous in any area but rarely out of position.

No stats available.

1 23 team logo Isaiah Wynn OG, UGA
Height: 6-3  Weight: 313

They needed an offensive tackle, so clearly they have an idea to keep him there. Their guards are good so moving him there might not make sense.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Small tackle who could kick inside to guard at the NFL level. Controls defensive linemen of all shapes in sizes with excellent leverage, a wide base, and plenty of power. Dynamic pass-protector and very reliable paving running lanes.

No stats available.

1 24 team logo D.J. Moore WR, MD
Height: 6-0  Weight: 210

The Panthers wanted to get faster and Moore does that. They needed to give Cam Newton help.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Make-you-miss wideout in running back body. Desired concentration when tracking the football and the athleticism and strong hands to reel in tough catches. Quicker than fast. Could sneak into Day Two.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
12 80 1033 12.9 8
1 25 team logo Hayden Hurst TE, SC
Height: 6-4  Weight: 250

They take the draft's best tight end to fill a major need. They also added picks by trading down. Nice job.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Effective as in-space blocker for screens. Willing but not overly powerful or impressive in-line against bigger defenders. Fluid athlete who can stretch the field down the middle and on the perimeter on wheels. Downfield speed is above-average. Hands aren't an issue. Good TE2.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 44 559 12.7 2
1 26 team logo Calvin Ridley WR, BAMA
Height: 6-0  Weight: 189

They land a player who some thought was the best receiver in the draft. They do need more speed.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Wins with top-level quickness off the line and at the top of his route stem. Plus body control near sideline. Twitchy after the catch. Good, not great long speed. Same goes for his YAC ability. Consistent hands. Should be the conversation mid-to-late first round.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
14 63 967 15.3 5
1 27 team logo Rashaad Penny RB, SDGST
Height: 5-11  Weight: 220

He's a nice runner, but they have so many other needs and there are better backs. Weird.

D

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Built like three-down back. Flashes good vision and impressive jump-cutting ability for his size to hit cutback lanes. But too often he only gets what's blocked for him. Doesn't play with power you'd expect. Good, not great long speed. Arm tackles take him to the ground frequently. Mid-rounder.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
13 289 2248 7.8 23
1 28 team logo Terrell Edmunds FS, VATECH
Height: 6-2  Weight: 220

He was a guy who was really rising late in the process. The Steelers get a nice playmaking safety.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Height, speed safety prospect with below-average recognition ability. Easily sucked in on play-action and against double moves. His athletic profile as an explosive linear athlete makes him an enticing project.

No stats available.

1 29 team logo Taven Bryan DT, FLA
Height: 6-4  Weight: 291

Love this pick even with their quality players up front. They can't pay them all, so a cheap option makes sense. Oh, he can play.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tantalizing size, athleticism, hand-use combination. Strong against the run. Reminiscent but not to the level of J.J. Watt. Flashes are All-Pro caliber. Needs to improve his overall consistency.

No stats available.

1 30 team logo Mike Hughes CB, UCF
Height: 5-10  Weight: 189

Hughes has outstanding cover skills and we know how much Mike Zimmer likes his corners. It's a quality pick.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Super-charged plant-and-drive specialist with serious bounce and aggressive ball skills. Smaller framed which hurts him against blockers and bigger wideouts. Dynamic return ability showcases his physical ability.

No stats available.

1 31 team logo Sony Michel RB, UGA
Height: 5-11  Weight: 220

They get a nice player to take over for Dion Lewis. He is a perfect fit for their offense: an air back.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Space running back with keen vision and explosive cutting ability. Runs with surprising power too.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
14 156 1227 7.9 16
1 32 team logo Lamar Jackson QB, LVILLE
Height: 6-3  Weight: 200

As a developmental prospect to take over for Joe Flacco, this makes sense. Solid move by the Ravens.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Electric physical ability and moments of elite-level pocket drifting. Accuracy is good, not great. Flashes of pinpoint ball placement down the field. Flick of the wrist release. Natural runner who reads blocks well and is super explosive.

2017 College Stats

GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
13 3660 59.1 27 10
2 33 team logo Austin Corbett C, NEVADA
Height: 6-4  Weight: 305

This is a good pick of a guy scouts loved as a guard. He was a college tackle but will move to guard.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Violent hand-usage offensive lineman who can play tackle but is probably a guard at the next level. Above-average mobility and balance. Will jolt defenders backward with his initial strike.

No stats available.

2 34 team logo Will Hernandez OG, UTEP
Height: 6-2  Weight: 348

They had to get a mauler inside and this guy is certainly that. He will be an immediate starter.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Sturdy guard with NFL starter size and overall body strength. Counter moves don't phase him, and he possesses a heavy anchor. Adequate mobility to the second level. No major flaws in his game.

No stats available.

2 35 team logo Nick Chubb RB, UGA
Height: 5-11  Weight: 228

This is where you take your backs. If Chubb's knees hold up, this is a good pick.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Thick, bowling ball runner with deceptive agility. Outstanding vision and has enough power to run through arm tackles. Lacks top-end long speed. Feature back material.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
15 223 1345 6 15
2 36 team logo Darius Leonard OLB, SCST
Height: 6-2  Weight: 213

He was a guy who scouts kept mentioning as a riser late In the process. He is a playmaking linebacker who will upgrade their defense.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Highly athletic off-ball linebacker who's proficient in coverage and can get sideline-to-sideline against the run. Some shedding ability but wins with his quickness and explosion. New-age linebacker.

No stats available.

2 37 team logo Braden Smith OG, AUBURN
Height: 6-6  Weight: 303

The Colts clearly upgraded their line with Quenton Nelson and Smith. Good player, but they have a ton of defensive needs still.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

People-mover on the interior. Taller guard prospect with plus mobility. Slightly lacks lateral agility to deal with quick pass-rushers. NFL-ready guard. Scheme-versatile.

No stats available.

2 38 team logo Ronald Jones II RB, USC
Height: 5-11  Weight: 200

I think he will be a special back with home-run ability. Great pick.

A+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Electric slasher who runs with excellent vision to proper cut off blocks and serious speed to hit big-gainers. Powerful between the tackles despite his leaner frame. Will win most races to the corner.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
13 261 1550 5.9 19
2 39 team logo James Daniels C, IOWA
Height: 6-3  Weight: 295

There were some medical concerns, but this is a good pick by the Bears. He can play guard or center.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Hyper-athletic center who plays with a mean streak in the run game. Zone teams will adore him. Excellent leverage and leg churn on the move, accurate at the second level and plays through the whistle. Some weakness against powerful bull rushes. Not nearly as strong or impactful in pass protection. Day Two pick. Could sneak into Round 1.

No stats available.

2 40 team logo Courtland Sutton WR, SMU
Height: 6-3  Weight: 218

I don't think he runs well enough and some scouts question if he's tough enough.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tall, muscular rebounder who'll instantly be a consistent deep threat in the NFL due to his high-pointing ability and large frame. Deceptive wiggle and quickness after the catch. Great long speed. Round 1 prospect.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 68 1085 16 12
2 41 team logo Harold Landry DE, BC
Height: 6-3  Weight: 252

If they get Landry from 2016 this will pay off in a big way. They need edge help, so it makes sense.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Impressive flashes of speed and bend around the corner but not consistent in that area. Lacking pass-rush counter moves. Holds up against the run but isn't a difference-maker on those plays.

No stats available.

2 42 team logo Mike Gesicki TE, PSU
Height: 6-5  Weight: 247

They get one of the best pass-catching tight ends in the draft. Adam Gase will love him.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Smooth athlete. Not super explosive but isn't clunky in his movements. Strong hands. Has impressive leaping ability and body control. Above-average in contested-catch situations. Good, not great speed. Decent after the catch. Useful albeit unspectacular pass-catching TE.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 57 563 9.9 9
2 43 team logo Kerryon Johnson RB, AUBURN
Height: 6-0  Weight: 212

I love this pick. The Lions have their lead runner. He will be a big-time producer on the ground.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Power back size with the ability to deploy vicious jump cuts to make defenders miss in the hole. Runs through tackles and almost always finishes runs hard. Doesn't have breakaway speed but is fast enough to beat linebackers around the corner. Surprisingly elusive for his size.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
12 285 1391 4.9 18
2 44 team logo Dante Pettis WR, WASH
Height: 6-1  Weight: 192

I love what he will add to their offense and he's also a dynamic return man. Kyle Shanahan will love him.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Elite hip fluidity and change-of-direction skills. Much quicker than fast. Open-field proficiency evidenced with his historic production as a returner. Good hands. Very thin framed. Physical corners will give him problems. Solid WR2 in NFL.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 63 761 12.1 7
2 45 team logo Joshua Jackson CB, IOWA
Height: 6-1  Weight: 192

They add a guy who had first-round talent to go with Jaire Alexander. Jackson has great ball skills.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Fantastic combination of length, zone awareness and ball skills, which lend credence to thought he'll become a superstar at the next level. Decently fluid hips. Only one year of elite production but he was a lockdown, ball-hawking cornerback in 2017.

No stats available.

2 46 team logo Breeland Speaks DT, MISS
Height: 6-3  Weight: 285

This is a little high for him, but they do need pass-rush help. He had seven sacks last year and is an interesting prospect.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Strong, power edge-rusher / defensive tackle hybrid. High-energy player who can convert speed to power but isn't quick around the edge, mainly due to his weight. Displays effective swipe move and can anchor and disengage on run plays. Unspectacular but solid prospect.

No stats available.

2 47 team logo Christian Kirk WR, TXAM
Height: 5-10  Weight: 200

They need to get faster and Kirk will do that. This is a young receiver to grow with Josh Rosen.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Slot receiver with flashes of elite top-end speed, just not consistent in that department. Not a major yards-after-the-catch threat. Underneath option with the ability to make difficult catches.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 71 919 12.9 10
2 48 team logo Uchenna Nwosu OLB, USC
Height: 6-3  Weight: 251

He is a smallish pass rusher, but Gus Bradley will use him a variety of ways. Flexibility is important.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Undersized edge-rusher with a brilliant football IQ who will knock down passes when he knows he's not getting to the quarterback. Somewhat explosive but main trump card is his hand use and leverage at the point of attack. Can play out in space too.

No stats available.

2 49 team logo Dallas Goedert TE, SDST
Height: 6-5  Weight: 255

He is a nice pass-catching tight end who will replace Trey Burton. I like this pick for the Eagles.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Big-bodied matchup nightmare tight end with some in-line blocking experience. Tracks ball wonderfully down the field and can make catches with coverage draped on him. Build up speed and good but not great agility.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
14 72 1111 15.4 7
2 50 team logo Connor Williams OT, TEXAS
Height: 6-5  Weight: 320

I don't think he's a as good as many others do. Where does he play? Is Collins going back to guard?

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Excellent athletic gifts. Amazing feet which almost always get him into perfect position in pass-protection. Strong grip. Can be susceptible to refined counter moves but typically has a sturdy anchor. Mean streak in the run game is noticeable, and his athleticism helps him there too. First-rounder. Could dominate at guard.

No stats available.

2 51 team logo Anthony Miller WR, MEMP
Height: 5-11  Weight: 190

The Bears land one of the best receivers in this draft. I think this kid will be a game changer for Mitchell Trubisky.

A+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Ferocious on every snap. Short with compact build. Plays bigger. Outstanding high-pointer with one of the best "my ball" mentalities in this class. Sells double-moves well. Good downfield speed. Some drop issues. Dynamic after the catch at all levels. High-energy overachiever.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 96 1462 15.2 18
2 52 team logo Kemoko Turay OLB, RUT
Height: 6-5  Weight: 252

He looks the part but his production didn't match. He's a classic boom-or-bust prospect. But worth the risk for the Colts.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Rare moments of first-round ability as an edge-rusher. Burst, sustained speed, hand usage etc. At times, amazing physical talent to flatten to the quarterback. The entire package doesn't appear often, as he mainly plays high and, somehow, looks stiff.

No stats available.

2 53 team logo M.J. Stewart CB, UNC
Height: 5-11  Weight: 200

He's a tall corner who assesses a major need. It should be a wake-up call to Vernon Hargreaves.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Experienced, versatile corner with developed mirroring skills and requisite athleticism to match. Fully aware when the ball is approach. Good size and strength. Not a downfield burner. Wins in the short-to-intermediate area and will get his hands on a lot of passes. Day Two prospect.

No stats available.

2 54 team logo Jessie Bates III FS, WAKE
Height: 6-1  Weight: 200

He is an athletic safety who will add some depth to a secondary that needs help.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tall, slightly built, athletic safety with above-average range from center field and quick reaction skills in improvisational role. Hits harder than his frame would suggest. Often dives at the feet of ball-carriers. Tackling is a big issue.

No stats available.

2 55 team logo Donte Jackson CB, LSU
Height: 5-11  Weight: 175

The Panthers wanted to get faster and they got the fastest player in this draft. He is a nice cover player but he is smallish at the position.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Sub-6-foot, thin-framed speed cornerback with plenty of versatility. Has the twitchiness to play the slot. Smooth hips allow him to stay in phase after his backpedal. Shows willingness to deliver a pop against extra blockers as a blitzer. Decent ball skills. Best in off-man or zone. Above-average athleticism for his size. Smaller stature hurts him at times.

No stats available.

2 56 team logo Duke Dawson CB, FLA
Height: 5-10  Weight: 208

He is a feisty corner who helps fill a major need. He's another Florida corner who might be better on the next level.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Shorter, well-built cornerback. Good, not great hips when transitioning into backpedal and when planting and driving on the football. Necessary long speed and awareness when ball is approaching. Sturdy against the run but not spectacular in that area. Quality cornerback prospect.

No stats available.

2 57 team logo P.J. Hall DT, SAMST
Height: 6-1  Weight: 280

This is a little high with some other defensive tackles on the board. He is short, but quick and strong. They need help up front.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Squatty but springy and strong nose tackle with three-technique penetrating skills and flashes of refined pass-rushing moves. Can be overwhelmed by bigger blockers and his hand use isn't consistent. Best on penetrating role.

No stats available.

2 58 team logo Isaiah Oliver CB, COLO
Height: 6-1  Weight: 190

This is a nice value pick in the second round. You can never have enough corners in their division.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Burner on the outside who can run with any wideout down the field. Coached well to get his head around when the ball is approaching. Lanky and athletic enough to routinely get his hands on the football. Likely a late Round 1 or early Round 2 pick.

No stats available.

2 59 team logo Derrius Guice RB, LSU
Height: 5-10  Weight: 212

As a player, this is a great value. But there are major character concerns.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Muscular, feature-back frame with serious lower-body strength. Elite balance and suddenness between the tackles that translate to scary power. Above-average long speed. Vision is special. Round 1 talent.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
12 237 1251 5.3 11
2 60 team logo James Washington WR, OKLAST
Height: 5-11  Weight: 213

They replace Martavis Bryant with a vertical threat. But he needs to learn to do more.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Best downfield weapon in the class. Has shorter, compact frame but super-long arms and big hands, which help him in contested-catch situations. Fights well against press. Devours cushion in off coverage. Elite top gear and has underrated route-running ability.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 74 1549 20.9 13
2 61 team logo D.J. Chark WR, LSU
Height: 6-3  Weight: 199

They needed a bigger speed threat, but is he much more than a burner? He has to show it.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Linear deep threat who runs very high. Skinny frame. That combination leaves him susceptible against physical cornerbacks. Doesn't possess sharp change-of-direction skills. Tracks ball extremely well but not a high-pointer. Plus return ability. Mid-to-late round specialty player.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 40 874 21.9 3
2 62 team logo Brian O'Neill OT, PITT
Height: 6-7  Weight: 305

I love when former basketball player who is a good athlete is taken as a tackle. Now they can keep Mike Remmers at guard if they want.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

High-caliber mover with decently strong grip but lacks the ability to neutralize counters. Punch timing is hit or miss. Strength severely lacking. Many snaps end with him lunging forward off balance. With proper coaching, he can be above-average zone-blocking scheme tackle or guard.

No stats available.

2 63 team logo Carlton Davis CB, AUBURN
Height: 6-1  Weight: 203

I liked this kid's tape. He's a feisty corner who was a three-year starter in a big-time conference. That matters

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Prototypical man-to-man cornerback. Emanates physicality in all phases of the game. Tall with sturdy build. Long arms. Change-of-direction is average. Aggressiveness, athleticism, and long arms lead to plenty of pass breakups.

No stats available.

2 64 team logo Tyquan Lewis DE, OHIOST
Height: 6-3  Weight: 265

The Colts are trying to fix their pass rush, but this is high for him. He was really good in 2016.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tweener who's not explosive or bendy enough to predominantly play on the edge and not big or strong enough to play inside. High-motor but limited hand usage. Even when he uses his hands, they lack the pop to jolt defensive lineman. Situational backup.

No stats available.

3 65 team logo Brandon Parker OT, NCAT
Height: 6-7  Weight: 314

Why trade up to get this massive tackle when you took one in the first round? They have defensive issues to fix.

C-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Small-school tackle with serious NFL size, length, and plus athleticism. Gets very high when moving to the second level but when accurate, he plays with good power. Could stand to add some strength to withstand bull rushes. Feet can stop once he makes contact in pass pro. Developmental prospect.

No stats available.

3 66 team logo Lorenzo Carter DE, UGA
Height: 6-6  Weight: 250

This is a team that knows pass rushers and this kid has the speed to be a good one.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Height and athleticism specimen who can play off-ball linebacker or rush the passer. Has flashes of high-caliber speed, bend, and counter moves to the quarterback. Needs to add more strength to aid his cause against the run if he plays three downs.

No stats available.

3 67 team logo Chad Thomas DE, MIAMI
Height: 6-6  Weight: 275

He could be a nice edge rusher to add to a group that already has talent. Solid pick.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Strongside defensive end who plays with power, and strong, active hands to sift through blockers at the line of scrimmage. Thick build. Good athleticism for his size. High-motor player. Ideal candidate to kick inside in nickel.

No stats available.

3 68 team logo Justin Reid FS, STNFRD
Height: 6-1  Weight: 204

He is a solid playmaking safety who will help a secondary that needs help. He will push for time right away.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Experienced, multi-faceted defensive back who was listed as a safety but played plenty of cornerback at Stanford. Has cornerback-esque movement skills at decent safety size. Hips are fluid. Impressive length and athleticism. Tackling reliability is a concern. Quality Day Two safety who'll be solid in all areas but not necessarily a prospect with All-Pro potential.

No stats available.

3 69 team logo B.J. Hill DT, NCST
Height: 6-4  Weight: 315

He is a former running back who bulked up to 310 pounds. That speaks of his athleticism.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Ready to man nose tackle duties in the NFL. Big, strong through his entire body. Drops his center of gravity against double teams. Heavy hands and can disengage agains the run, but his hands aren't particularly active. Flashes of pass-rushing ability because of his impressive athleticism for his size. Not his strength though. Block-eating, run-stopper.

No stats available.

3 70 team logo Fred Warner OLB, BYU
Height: 6-3  Weight: 227

He's a hybrid linebacker who can cover. Fast linebackers are at a premium now and he can run.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Long, lean off-ball linebacker with impressive but not freakish athletic talents. Showed the ability to defeat blocks in heads-up situations with swipe move. Good speed to the football and fluidity in coverage. Underrated prospect whose skill set is likely to translate well to the NFL game.

No stats available.

3 71 team logo Royce Freeman RB, OREG
Height: 5-11  Weight: 234

I like this pick for the Broncos. They need a back and he is a tough runner who will help Case Keenum.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Boulder-like frame with thick upper body and tree-trunks for legs. Bouncy running style makes him surprisingly agile in the open field and when he meets a linebacker in the hole. Possesses top-level balance and adequate power to run through arm tackles. Three-down back in the NFL.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
12 244 1475 6 16
3 72 team logo Nathan Shepherd DT, FTHST
Height: 6-5  Weight: 315

This might be low for this power player. The Jets need to get stronger up front, so it works.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Wide, long defensive tackle with impressive first snap and heavy hands en route to the backfield. Will make transition from lower division in college to NFL. Can play five-technique or inside at three-technique.

No stats available.

3 73 team logo Jerome Baker OLB, OHIOST
Height: 6-1  Weight: 229

Baker is a pure speed linebacker. He is smallish, but can run to the football.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Speed-predicated linebacker who's undersized and almost looks like a safety on the field. Gets engulfed by offensive linemen more than you'd like, but flashed the ability to swipe smaller blockers away. Despite his plus athleticism, he doesn't play to his timed 4.53 speed. Not a quick-reactionary player. Good, not great in coverage. Best as WLB.

No stats available.

3 74 team logo Geron Christian OT, LVILLE
Height: 6-6  Weight: 318

He can take over for veteran Trent Williams at some point. Williams has had injury issues, so it's a smart pick.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Long, top-heavy offensive tackle with plus athleticism but intermittent lapses in balance. Has the foot quickness to recovery if initially beaten at the pass-rushing apex. Further ahead as a pass-blocker than run-blocker right now.

No stats available.

3 75 team logo Derrick Nnadi DT, FSU
Height: 6-1  Weight: 299

They take a run plugger to help up front. He will be a rotation player early.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Wide, plus athlete who understands how to stack and shed blockers at the point of attack. Will make his money against the run. Flashed as a pass-rusher but needs to improve in that area.

No stats available.

3 76 team logo Mason Rudolph QB, OKLAST
Height: 6-5  Weight: 235

I like the value here. He is their quarterback of the future. It's a solid addition in this spot.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Vastly experienced pocket passer with ideal size for the quarterback spot. Full-field reader with impeccable downfield touch to make "bucket throws" often. Natural mover in the pocket. Arm strength is good but lacks at times. Moves decently well for his size. Familiar wih RPOs. Likely late Round 1 or Round 2 pick.

2017 College Stats

GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
13 4904 65 37 9
3 77 team logo Sam Hubbard DE, OHIOST
Height: 6-5  Weight: 265

He's a try-hard player who is good value in this spot. Will help the pass rush.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Plus athlete with requisite length and bulk to play with his hand in the dirt on the edge. Despite and impressive ability to change directions, he's not particularly bendy and rarely uses his hands to his advantage. Must develop pass-rushing moves to reach his full potential. Good speed to chase from the backside.

No stats available.

3 78 team logo Malik Jefferson OLB, TEXAS
Height: 6-3  Weight: 236

He looks the part, but the production wasn't there. He never lived up to his high-school hype.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Blazingly fast sideline-to-sideline linebacker. Needs to improve his short-area quickness and block-shedding. Not comfortable in coverage but will make many plays near the line of scrimmage because of his size, length, and natural speed.

No stats available.

3 79 team logo Rasheem Green DE, USC
Height: 6-5  Weight: 275

He is a guy who will have to help right away and he can. He was a productive player at USC.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Pass-rushing specialist. Fantastic swim move, swipe, etc. Uses long arms well and is always looking to counter out of the initial grapple. Tall and plays high, so he gets washed out of many run plays.

No stats available.

3 80 team logo Martinas Rankin C, MISSST
Height: 6-5  Weight: 305

They have a major need at tackle and he can play either side. I think he needs to be better against speed rushers.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Techician at the left tackle spot at Mississippi State. Sinks his hips and strikes first from a wide base in pass protection, which almost always led to him stymieing different types of rushers. Needs to add weight to play on tackle in the NFL. Impressive leg churn and grip. Rarely caught off balance. Could kick inside to guard. Doesn't wow athletically but NFL-ready from fundamental standpoint.

No stats available.

3 81 team logo Michael Gallup WR, COLOST
Height: 6-1  Weight: 205

This kid is a playmaker with good size and has great ball skills. He will push for a starting job right away.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Smart, nuanced pass-catcher. Effortless beating press at the line and clicking into top gear. Strong hands. Can win on throws outside is frame. Plus agility with the ball in his hands. Will make defenders miss. Likely Top 50 pick.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 100 1413 14.1 7
3 82 team logo Tracy Walker SS, LALAF
Height: 6-2  Weight: 200

Matt Patricia likes back-end players with versatility and this kid has it. That's a good pick.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Multi-dimensional safety with plus range. Possesses the suddenness, speed, and strength to be a consistent tackler against the run. Flashes cornerback-like mirroring skills. High motor to chase from the backside. Requisite ball skills. Underrated prospect primed to outplay his draft position.

No stats available.

3 83 team logo Orlando Brown OT, OKLA
Height: 6-8  Weight: 360

This is a steal. Going to his dad's former team is a great story. As a player, he will be a long-time starter.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Huge, incredibly long left tackle. For his size, he moves well but compared to most left tackles, he's slow in his movement. Pulvarizing run-blocker and gets to the second-level quicker than expected for his size. Arc to get around him is enormous. Smaller speed-rushers may give him issues. Bull-rushers won't.

No stats available.

3 84 team logo Justin Jones DT, NCST
Height: 6-2  Weight: 312

He has the power to improve the run defense for the Chargers, who struggled with it last year.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Heavy-handed two-gap / one-gap hybrid. Isn't quite quick enough to be a pass-rushing specialist on the inside and isn't quite sturdy or strong enough to flourish in a two-gap role. Will flash good plays in both areas.

No stats available.

3 85 team logo Rashaan Gaulden CB, TENN
Height: 6-1  Weight: 193

He is a rangy safety who will push for time right away. He did have some injury issues at Tennessee.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

High-cut "big" slot cornerback with plus blitzing skills and burst toward the quarterback. Plays with ultra-aggressive style and has underrated ball skills. Half strong safety, half slot corner. Will be a presence on outside runs. Downfield speed leaves a little to be desired.

No stats available.

3 86 team logo Mark Andrews TE, OKLA
Height: 6-5  Weight: 256

They needed another tight end, but he is strictly a pass catcher. I would have taken Ian Thomas.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Wide, imposing frame and the wiggle and balance to accumulate big yardage after the catch. Can appear to be sluggish. Can make the difficult catches but bad drops pop up more than you'd like for a No. 1 tight end. Not much blocking experience.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
14 62 958 15.5 8
3 87 team logo Arden Key DE, LSU
Height: 6-6  Weight: 238

If he can stay out of trouble, he can be a star. That's a big if, but he has first-round ability.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Special blend of height, length, and athleticism. No. 1 pick-type. Underachiever in his final season as LSU. When he's in rhythm, he looks like 15-sack-per-season player. Times in which he looks that dominant mainly came in 2016. Could stand to add more weight to his huge frame. Motor is hit or miss.

No stats available.

3 88 team logo Oren Burks ILB, VANDY
Height: 6-3  Weight: 233

He can run, but it might take some time for him to play. Again, speed matters and he can run.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Chiseled, explosive linebacker who'll make his presence felt in the run game, and has plenty of speed to get to the outside. Has problems unlatching from blocks and isn't as reliable of a tackler as you'd like from your middle linebacker.

No stats available.

3 89 team logo Joseph Noteboom OT, TCU
Height: 6-5  Weight: 319

The Rams had better options in this spot for this pick. He does have athletic ability for a big man.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Pass-protection body frame at the tackle spot. Long, finesse-type player with light feet and typically good punch power and timing. Could stand to add some weight at the next level. His good reps are absolutely textbook. Still gets pushed back into the quarterback at times and is too quick to gives up the inside at times.

No stats available.

3 90 team logo Deadrin Senat DT, SFLA
Height: 6-0  Weight: 314

They get a baby Grady Jarrett to play next to the real one. I like it.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Strong, squatty defensive tackle who's quick to strike with his heavy hands. Powerful lower body and better movement skills. Flashes variety of counter moves. Lacks explosion off the snap. Could play nose or three-technique in NFL. Nice value in one of the middle rounds.

No stats available.

3 91 team logo Tre'Quan Smith WR, UCF
Height: 6-1  Weight: 210

I like this pick. Smith got better every year and they need help outside. Drew Brees will like this pick.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Decent size for outside WR spot. Strong hands. Long, athletic frame. Plus ability in jump-ball situations. Deceptive long speed due to long strides. Adequate after the catch. Stands out as a blocker. Will need to learn how to beat press at the line in NFL but isn't lost in that area. Underrated prospect with No. 2 wideout ability.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 59 1171 19.8 13
3 92 team logo Chukwuma Okorafor OT, WMICH
Height: 6-6  Weight: 330

They like taking projects on the line and he is that. But he has a chance to be a quality starter in time.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Prototypical size, weight, and length along with rare athleticism. Demolishes defensive linemen in the run game. Some leaky reps in pass-protection but typically wins due to quick feet and powerful hands. Should go late in Round 1 or early in Round 2.

No stats available.

3 93 team logo Ronnie Harrison SS, BAMA
Height: 6-3  Weight: 214

I don't like this pick. He's a solid box safety, but is he much more than that?

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

High-cut, imposing safety specimen with room to grow into his frame. Good, not great quickness and speed. Will thump downhill but his lunging tackling styles leads to missed tackles. Reliable but not remarkable in any area.

No stats available.

3 94 team logo Alex Cappa OT, HUMST
Height: 6-7  Weight: 305

He has to get stronger and I think he might need to move inside to guard.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Aggressive, punishing offensive lineman who played left tackle in college but should probably move to guard at the next level. Good, not great feet and lacks the grip-strength and anchoring power to control bigger defesnive linemen. Needs to add weight at the next level to max out his potential.

No stats available.

3 95 team logo Tarvarius Moore FS, USM
Height: 6-2  Weight: 190

He is a rangy young safety who will be a special teams star early.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Dynamic athlete at either safety positions. Typically a sound tackler but a handful of misses on film. Despite explosive movements, can be stiff-hipped in his backpedal. Plus ball skills and impressive leaping ability. Quality range too.

No stats available.

3 96 team logo Harrison Phillips DT, STNFRD
Height: 6-4  Weight: 307

This is a steal. This kid has first-round talent. The Bills are killing it.

A+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Strong, leverage master who consistently beats interior linemen with his hands and quickness off the snap. Full arsenal of pass-rushing moves. Stack-and-shed ability against the run is top-notch. May sneak into the first round.

No stats available.

3 97 team logo Mason Cole C, MICH
Height: 6-4  Weight: 305

He played tackle, but he will play center for them and will end up being a long-time starter. Good pick.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Versatile offensive line prospect who's better inside at center than on the edge where he played in 2017. Very fast to get out of his stance to contact quick one-gappers and has adequate skill set across the board that'll led to him not getting into much trouble, but he won't dominate. Good athleticism and decent anchoring strength.

No stats available.

3 98 team logo Jordan Akins TE, UCF
Height: 6-3  Weight: 237

They take a pass-catching tight end who will help DeShaun Watson.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Older prospect with plus athleticism and ability to catch the ball outside his frame. Yards-after-the-catch abilities are impressive. Split out tight end only in the NFL.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
11 32 515 16.1 4
3 99 team logo Isaac Yiadom CB, BC
Height: 6-1  Weight: 190

He is a long corner, and they need a replacement for Aqib Talib. Can he hold up playing a lot of man like they do?

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Decent size, decent length. Plus awareness when the football is arriving and the ball skills to consistently break up passes. Willing to fill running lanes but slight of frame. Good, not great athlete.

No stats available.

3 100 team logo Dorian O'Daniel OLB, CLEM
Height: 6-1  Weight: 215

O'Daniel is a smallish linebacker who will be a special-teams standout. Needs to get stronger.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Do-everything linebacker prospect with plus athleticism, play-recognition skills, and speed to the football. Can cover running backs and tight ends in space. Consistently beats and avoids blocks. Underrated linebacker primed to outperform is draft position.

No stats available.

4 101 team logo Ian Thomas TE, IND
Height: 6-5  Weight: 248

Carolina gets a TE2 for Norv Turner's offense. Thomas will be a better pro than he was in college. Plus ball skills. Decent blocker.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Smooth operator running routes and after the catch. Fluidity as an athlete helps him create separation often. Limited as a blocker. H-back type with plus receiving skills.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
9 25 376 15 5
4 102 team logo Jalyn Holmes DE, OHIOST
Height: 6-5  Weight: 270

Active hands, some twitchiness but lacking burst off the snap. Best as pass-rushing nickel DT.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Longer, leaner version of his teammate Tyquan Lewis. Has more twitchiness and utilizes more pass-rushing moves to win at the point of attack. Lacks the burst needed to win through gaps with consistency.

No stats available.

4 103 team logo Keke Coutee WR, TXTECH
Height: 5-11  Weight: 180

Downfield threat for Watson. Good after the catch. Lacks size and strength. Could struggle to beat press coverage.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Agility-based slot wideout who's quicker than fast but possesses quality long speed. Adequate elusiveness and balance in the open field for a receiver at his smaller size. Plus return skills. Niche offensive weapon.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 93 1429 15.4 10
4 104 team logo Nyheim Hines RB, NCST
Height: 5-8  Weight: 197

Fun, gadget RB with game-breaking speed. Doesn't run through many tackles. Lacks agility for his size.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Track speed running back who, despite smaller size, runs with relatively good effectiveness between the tackles. Squeezes through tiny holes and emerges with a full head of steam. Will win most races to the corner. Plus athleticism and receiving ability. Not much power. Doesn't run through many tackles.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
13 197 1112 5.6 12
4 105 team logo Antonio Callaway WR, FLA
Height: 5-11  Weight: 197

Flashes of premiere explosiveness but lanky frame and clear-cut off-field concerns.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

High-caliber movement skills and explosion at times. Not consistent there. Great yards-after-the-catch ability. Slightly built. Not a contested-catch master. Impressive return skills.

No stats available.

4 106 team logo Josey Jewell ILB, IOWA
Height: 6-1  Weight: 235

LB is a sneaky need for Denver. Jewell plays faster than his timed speed because of his quick play-recognition. Tackling machine.

A-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tackling-machine at Iowa. Player who wins with good, not great athleticism, quick play recognition and some block-shedding skills. Not a true sideline-to-sideline roamer. Proficient in coverage. Lack of speed could hurt him at next level.

No stats available.

4 107 team logo Christopher Herndon IV TE, MIAMI
Height: 6-4  Weight: 245

Lengthy, seam-stretcher for Sam Darnold. Not twitchy, but long strides make him deceptively good after the catch.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Long, imposing tight end with enormous wingspan. Takes a lot of time to build speed down the field. Big frame helps him when facing contact after he catches the football. Willing run-blocker despite body-type suggesting he's split-out tight end.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
11 40 477 11.9 4
4 108 team logo Kyle Lauletta QB, RICH
Height: 6-3  Weight: 215

Quick-strike QB with quality accuracy on short/intermediate throws. Aggressive. Needs work downfield and against pressure.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Quick-strike, rhythm quarterback with a snappy, over-the-top delivery. Pinpoint accurate short and intermediate. Good, not great arm and his accuracy down the field leaves a lot to be desired. Impressive throwing on the move and has some gun-slinger to his game, especially when throwing down the seam. Above-average athleticism.

2017 College Stats

GP PYDS PCT TDS INT
11 3737 64.9 28 12
4 109 team logo Troy Apke SS, PSU
Height: 6-2  Weight: 198

Super athlete with size. Not a great football player yet. Slow to react to run plays and route concepts.

D+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Skinny, electric athletic movements. Unreliable as a tackler, and not just because of a desire for the big hit. Takes long to diagnose routes and where the quarterback could be going with the football. Would probably best in a free safety role where he can use his speed to range toward the sidelines.

No stats available.

4 110 team logo Nick Nelson CB, WISC
Height: 5-11  Weight: 208

Sticky man CB. Nice ball skills. Average athleticism. Can be overly grabby. Helps to fill a need in secondary.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Somewhat grabby and physical outside cornerback. Good, not great athleticism. Outstanding ball skills. Smaller frame. Day Two selection is possible.

No stats available.

4 111 team logo Brian Allen C, MICHST
Height: 6-1  Weight: 300

If he was bigger and a tick more athletic, he'd have gone on Day 2. Technician. Nice depth on aging OL.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Somewhat undersized center in need of more overall strength. Technically sound in all phases. Punches within the strike zone frequently, gets to the second level but isn't quick in doing so. Can be overpowered by bull rushes. Solid albeit unspectacular.

No stats available.

4 112 team logo Mark Walton RB, MIAMI
Height: 5-10  Weight: 188

Gio Bernard clone. Small, super-shifty. YAC machine as a receiver.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Lightning bug scatback with dynamic change-of-direction skills and explosion in the open field. Often hides behind offensive linemen before bursting through a running lane. Small, light frame. Foot quickness is among best in this class.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
5 56 428 7.6 3
4 113 team logo DaeSean Hamilton WR, PSU
Height: 6-1  Weight: 205

Similar style to Emmanuel Sanders. Crafty route-runner who can really separate.

A-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Wily route salesman who'll make defenders look silly on routes with mutiple cuts. Athleticism also allows him to be a sharp route-runner. Good trackling the football downfield. Impressive but not spectacular long speed or agility after the catch. Technician at the wideout spot.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 53 857 16.2 9
4 114 team logo Da'Shawn Hand DE, BAMA
Height: 6-4  Weight: 297

Two-gapper. Strong. Very limited as a pass rusher.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Thick, two-gap defensive end with adequate power. Lacks twitchiness, bend, and explosive off the snap. Limited pass-rushing moves. A block-eater in the NFL.

No stats available.

4 115 team logo Joel Iyiegbuniwe ILB, WKY
Height: 6-1  Weight: 230

More speed at the LB spot. Hybrid safety. Needs to get stronger and better at defeating blocks.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Linebacker in a safety's body. Flashes high-level explosiveness when attacking downhill. Block-avoider, not a block-shedder. Despite athletic gifts, not a play-maker in coverage. Weakside linebacker with decent chance to be productive run-stopper behind a good defensive line.

No stats available.

4 116 team logo Dorance Armstrong Jr. DE, KANSAS
Height: 6-4  Weight: 246

Nice size and length. Flashes of bend, but not consistent with his hands. Fair amount of power.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Long, rangy athlete playing defensive end. Good weight and decent strength at the point of attack. Moments of freakish burst and bend around the corner. Initiates contact well but lacks the power to consistently win with a bull rush and doesn't have many pass-rushing moves. Athleticism is a big plus.

No stats available.

4 117 team logo Jordan Whitehead SS, PITT
Height: 5-11  Weight: 195

Short and small. Speed. Surprising pop. Solid range. Tons of needed investment in secondary, which is what TB needed.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Small but lightning quick safety who exudes athleticism. Tackling reliability is a concern. Comfortable as slot cornerback but best as extra box safety in and run-and-chase role.

No stats available.

4 118 team logo Anthony Averett CB, BAMA
Height: 6-0  Weight: 185

Lanky. Limited strength. Supreme speed. Lacks hip fluidity.

B-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Cornerback with good height, skinny frame. Not outstanding in any area, but not a liability anywhere either. Fluid movement skills, adequate speed. Reliable as a blitzer and tackler. Solid albeit unspectacular prospect.

No stats available.

4 119 team logo Kyzir White FS, WVU
Height: 6-2  Weight: 216

Bradley gets more speed for this defense. White better at LB than S. Downhill run thumper.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Aggressive coming downhill and will make many plays on the football due to that aggression. Lacks in the agility and downfield speed departments. Hybrid safety / corner.

No stats available.

4 120 team logo Will Dissly TE, WASH
Height: 6-4  Weight: 267

Way too early. Some blocking prowess but not a true people-mover. Not a separation TE and lacks speed.

D

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Blocking tight end who had rare flashes of receiving skill and athleticism after the catch in 2017. Very raw as a pass-catcher and not a tremendous blocker due to lack of strength. Worth a late-round flier.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
10 21 289 13.8 2
4 121 team logo Taron Johnson CB, WBRST
Height: 6-0  Weight: 180

CB is sneaky need for the Bills, but where's the WR? Johnson was ultra productive at FCS level. Grabby at times.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Nickel cornerback sized who played on the perimeter in college. Somewhat twitchy with decent speed but not outstanding by NFL standards. Has a tendency to hold receivers down the field. Diving tackler.

No stats available.

4 122 team logo Kenny Young ILB, UCLA
Height: 6-1  Weight: 226

Has speed issues but reacts quickly, sheds blocks, and thumps against the run. Nice depth add.

A-

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Thick, super-sudden linebacker who sees it and goes. Little-to-no wasted motion, especially in the run game. Can beat blocks with physicality. Plus linear speed. Lacks in change-of-direction ability. Gets adequate depth in zone. Underrated prospect.

No stats available.

4 123 team logo Durham Smythe TE, ND
Height: 6-5  Weight: 257

Little early, but well-versed as a blocker. Shined when given opportunity to catch passes at Senior Bowl. Limited out wide.

C

Draft Prospect Outlook:

In-line blocking tight end who's potential as a receiver wasn't reached in college due to his repetitive duties as a blocker. Fundamentally sound but not dominant in the trenches. Great size and underrated athleticism as a pass-catcher.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
10 15 244 16.3 1
4 124 team logo Armani Watts FS, TXAM
Height: 5-11  Weight: 205

Hyper active DB. Will make plays on the outside. Twitchy. Just lacks size.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Spring-loaded, "slot safety" who finds himself near the football frequently. Quicker than fast and is most comfortable covering the short area of the field and flying downhill or toward the sidelines in run support.

No stats available.

4 125 team logo Avonte Maddox CB, PITT
Height: 5-9  Weight: 180

Feisty, ultra-aggressive slot CB with the agility to match with quickest WRs in the league. Gets his hands on loads of passes.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Overachieving slot cornerback who recognizes routes, reads quarterbacks' eyes, and rapidly closes on the football. Even undersized for slot role but plays bigger.

No stats available.

4 126 team logo Ito Smith RB, USM
Height: 5-9  Weight: 195

Smith has amazing jump-cut ability, vision, and is tremendous in the screen game.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Super-shifty, multi-dimensional back with arguably the best jump cut in the class. Proficient pass-catcher. Good, not great downfield speed. As effective between the tackles as he is on the outside.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
13 248 1415 5.7 13
4 127 team logo Rick Leonard OT, FSU
Height: 6-7  Weight: 305

Leonard has the measureables. Doesn?t have quick feet or good balance. Must get stronger too.

D+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Great size, length for the tackle spot. Slow in his kick slide and has a nasty demeanor but it often leads to him waist-bending to initiate contact. Will stay on his blocks if beat at the point of attack. Limited athlete.

No stats available.

4 128 team logo Kentavius Street DT, NCST
Height: 6-2  Weight: 280

Weight-room strong, but it doesn't fully translate on the field. Freakish flashes but gets stuck on blocks too often.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Physical specimen with plenty of strength and moments of special bend for a 280-plus pound defensive lineman. Not very twitchy and doesn't play to his well-documented strength. Tweener between the end and tackle. Decent run-stopper.

No stats available.

4 129 team logo Will Richardson OT, NCST
Height: 6-6  Weight: 322

Richardson plays with immense strength and has deceptively good feet. Thrives in pass protection.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Long, strong right tackle with impressive feet in his kick slide and athleticism to move defenders in the run game down the line of scrimmage on reach blocks. Punch timing is good and jolts defenders. Could add more strength to improve his anchor. Underrated prospect.

No stats available.

4 130 team logo Josh Sweat DE, FSU
Height: 6-4  Weight: 251

Clowney-like linear freak athlete. Powerful jolt with long arms. Embarrassment of riches up front on Eagles defense.

A

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Speed rusher. Very long. Plays with outstanding leverage and heavy hands. Plus burst and bend to the quarterback. Consistent hand fighter. Could stand to add weight to hold up against the run. Best football is in front of him.

No stats available.

4 131 team logo Kalen Ballage RB, ARIZST
Height: 6-1  Weight: 227

Hyper athletic. Reliable pass-catcher. Explosive. Lacking in vision department.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Elite size, speed, and agility combination. Did not build on a strong, multi-faceted season in 2016. Cuts are dynamic, as is his burst once he touches the football. Has the ability to be a better pro than college player.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
13 157 669 4.3 6
4 132 team logo Jaleel Scott WR, NMEXST
Height: 6-5  Weight: 215

Tall, lanky. Somewhat stiff. Has the ability to make acrobatic catches and high-point when coverage is tight.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tall, lanky wideout with the ability to make ridiculous catches outside his frame. Slender frame won't help him against press at the next level. Good, not great long speed. Decent wiggle in space.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
12 76 1079 14.2 9
4 133 team logo J'Mon Moore WR, MIZZOU
Height: 6-3  Weight: 204

Height/speed vertical threat. Strong too. Tracks well. One-trick pony but will thrive downfield.

B+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Tall, well-built deep threat with good burst and plus long speed to take the top off a deep coverages. Impressive tracking skills down the field. Linear wideout.

2017 College Stats

GP REC YDS AVG TDS
13 65 1082 16.6 10
4 134 team logo Chase Edmonds RB, FORD
Height: 5-9  Weight: 205

Slightly early. Runs very hard for being a small RB. Some twitchiness.

C+

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Smaller-sized runner with exceptional acceleration to the corner and when he shifts into his top gear through the second level. Runs hard between the tackles. Agility is good but subtle. Not a big jump-cut back. Decent late-round value.

2017 College Stats

GP ATT YDS AVG TDS
7 136 577 4.2 5
4 135 team logo John Franklin DE, SFA
Height: 6-4  Weight: 292

Heavy-handed pass-rushing DT. Lacks burst. Quality depth on loaded Rams DL.

B

Draft Prospect Outlook:

Could play on the inside as a pass-rusher because he can play close to 300 pounds. Heavy hands and above-average upper body strength. Some twitch to his game but not an explosive upfield player.

No stats available.

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