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NFL Draft 2018 – Blue Chip DE Bradley Chubb Heads Defensive Class

Blue-Chip DE Bradley Chubb Heads Defensive Class

   Defensive Ends – Grade: B

    by Frank Coyle / Head Scout
        Positional Overview:
This year’s defensive end class is a strong group which could produce as many as four #1 picks. There are several quality blue chip prospects at the top and at least 3 should go in the top 20 selections. There could be as many as 10-12 in the top three rounds with as many as 15 thru the middle rounds. Bradley Chubb is the best defender in this class and could be a top five overall pick. Marcus Davenport is a probable top 10-15 first round choice and fits every front. Sam Hubbard and Arden Key figure in the mid to late first round. Both fit the two pro fronts, Hubbard down and Key up as an attack backer. Rasheem Green and DaShawn Hand fit a five-technique role and will likely come off the board in the 2nd day. Green has a high ceiling to be a three down five technique defender. Edge rushers are a premium with many going in the early rounds off big play potential. Duke Ejiofor and Kemoko Turay figure in the top 100 picks and fit the edge rusher role. Turay appeals to all clubs with his ability to play down and up off the edge. There should be an expected run throughout the top 150 picks especially from the 3rd thru the 5th rounds. Ade Aruna, Breeland Speaks and Josh Sweat will probably be chosen on the early middle rounds. Our highest rated small college prospect is John Franklin-Myers who had a strong postseason at the NFLPA All-star week and NFL Combine.  With the huge demand for rushers, clubs will draft into this group for tweener prospects. Expect approximately 25+ prospects chosen over the three-days with the importance of rushers playing a huge part in teams’ strategy. This is a top heavy and deep class through the middle rounds. Late April workout ACL injury to Kentavius Street leaves his draft status question.

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       NFL Teams in need:
1. Seahawks          4. Dolphins
2. Eagles               5. Panthers
3. Packers            6. Cardinals

  NFL Premier Player
           J.J. Watt
Blue Chip – Bradley Chubb
Blue Chip – Marcus Davenport
Red Chip – Sam Hubbard
Rising – Kemoko Turay
Falling – Kentavius Street
Underrated – Breeland Speaks
Overrated – Dorance Armstrong
Sleeper – John Franklin-Myers
Boom/Bust – Arden Key
Long term Gem – Rasheem Green
Overdrafted – Da’Shawn Hand

Positional Traits
Best Athlete – Marcus Davenport
Best Rusher – Bradley Chubb
Best Run Stuffer – Sam Hubbard
Best Pursuit – Marcus Davenport
Shed Blocks – Arden Key
Recognition – Bradley Chubb
Best Intangibles – Sam Hubbard
Ball Instincts – Bradley Chubb
Strongest – Kentavius Street
Most Developed – Bradley Chubb

Top Defensive End Prospects 
1 Bradley Chubb – North Carolina St
2 Marcus Davenport – UTSA
3 * Arden Key – LSU
4 * Sam Hubbard – Ohio St
5 * Rasheem Green – USC
6 Da’Shawn Hand – Alabama
7 Duke Ejiofor – Wake Forest
8 Kemoko Turay – Rutgers
9 Andrew Brown – Virginia
10 * Dorance Armstrong – Kansas
11 Ade Aruna – Tulane
12 * Josh Sweat – Florida St
13 * Breeland Speaks – Ole Miss
14 Jalyn Holmes – Ohio St
15 Kylie Fitts – Utah
16 Chad Thomas – Miami
17 Tyquan Lewis – Ohio St
18 John Franklin-Myers – Stephen F. Austin
19 Justin Lawler – Southern Methodist
20 Kentavius Street – North Carolina St
21 * Jeff Holland – Auburn




NFL Draft 2018 – Denzel Ward and Jaire Alexander Head Strong Class of Cornerbacks

NFL Draft 2018 –
Underclassmen Head Strong Cornerback Class 

Cornerbacks – Grade: B+
     Frank Coyle – Head Scout

  Positional Overview:

        CB Jaire Alexander – Louisville

This year’s cornerback class is another excellent group of cover men which is both exceptionally deep and top heavy. There are a few blue chips expected to go at the top of the 1st round, with many through the top 50 overall selections. Six juniors head are prospect rankings with Denzel Ward and Jaire Alexander at the top of the class. They will probably be selected in the top 10-25 overall picks. Ward is also the best athlete at the position and has the skill set and versatility to start immediately. He is another in a long line of Buckeye corners to enter the NFL recently with most highly successful early in their careers. Alexander is a well-developed cover man with an early starting grade. He will probably be selected in the top 15-20 choices. Mike Hughes, Carlton Davis and Josh Jackson could all go in the top round or early 2nd round. Isaiah Oliver, Anthony Averett and Donte Jackson are highly regarded corers and probable mid-2nd day picks off strong 2017 performances. Averett comes off an excellent final season which probably earns him a top 50-60 selection. This is a deep group that will supply many NFL starters well into the 3rd day of the process. There could be at least 10-12 prospects selected in the top 100 choices. There will probably be 15-18 prospects selected in the top 150 picks. There should be a run on corners from the mid-1st round through the early 3rd day. This is an exceptionally strong group of underclassmen which improved the quality of this class. This class has exceptional depth and will provide a number of middle round steals like Duke Dawson, M.J. Stewart and Isaac Yiadom. This position has annually provided the most overall selections and should once again. This class could supply as many as 35 total prospects and another 40+ high priority FA. Small college defenders, Davontae Harris is highly regarded from the lower level and carries a potential starting grade. This deep crop of corners will supply a huge group of big corners with some versatility to also slide to safety in the nickel and dime   packages.

NFL Teams in need:
1 Patriots             5 . Giants
2. Dolphins        6. Redskins
3. Cowboys         7. Bears
4 Seahawks        8. Chiefs

NFL Premier Player
Patrick Peterson
Blue Chip – Denzel Ward
Blue Chip – Jaire Alexander
Red Chip – Mike Hughes
Rising –  Donte Jackson
Falling – Tarvarus McFadden
Underrated – Anthony Averett
Overrated – Isaac Yiadom
Sleeper – Davontae Harris
Boom/Bust – Holton Hill
Biggest Upside – Isaiah Oliver
Hidden Gem – Tony Brown
Over drafted – Kevin Toliver

Positional Traits
Best Athlete – Denzel Ward
Best Man Cover – Denzel Ward
Best Zone Cover – Mike Hughes
Best Run support – Carlton Davis
Best Tackler – Anthony Averett
Hands – Joshua Jackson
Best Intangibles – Anthony Averett
Ball Instincts – Mike Hughes

 Top Cornerbacks

1 * Denzel Ward – Ohio St
2 * Jaire Alexander – Louisville
3 * Mike Hughes – Central Florida
4 * Carlton Davis – Auburn
5 * Joshua Jackson – Iowa
6 * Isaiah Oliver – Colorado
7 Anthony Averett – Alabama
8 * Donte Jackson – LSU
9 * Kevin Toliver – LSU
10 Duke Dawson – Florida
11 * Tarvarus McFadden – Florida St
12 Tony Brown – Alabama
13 M.J. Stewart – North Carolina
14 Davontae Harris – Illinois St
15 Isaac Yiadom – Boston College




Ridley, Kirk and Moore Head Wide Receiver NFL Draft Class

NFL Draft 2018 

   Wide Receivers – Grade: B

by Frank Coyle / Publisher

NFL Teams in need:
1 Ravens             5 Jets
2 Cowboys         6 Lions
3 Giants              7  Cardinals
4. Rams              8 Titans

Positional Overview:
This year’s group of receivers is a quality class that is not top heavy with blue chip prospects. It does not rank with the recent groups over the past decade, though is a deep position that will provide many NFL starters and playmakers. The addition of numerous underclassmen enhances this class significantly with many of the top 15 players from that group. This class should produce starters into the 3rd day of the NFL Draft. Calvin Ridley and Christian Kirk are blue chip prospects who probably come off the board from the middle of the first round. They will begin a run of at least 10-12 prospects chosen in the top 100 overall choices. D.J. Moore, D.J. Chark and Courtland Sutton could hear his name called late in the 1st or early 2nd rounds. James Washington, Anthony Miller, Deon Cain and Equanimeous St. Brown are solid 2nd day players. This especially deep group should also provide many return specialists, such as Kirk and Dante Pettis. Possibly 20-25 receivers from this position in the top 200 overall picks. The underclassmen will once again play a huge factor for this position with many of our top 150 prospects from that designation. There are a few fast rising prospects like Deon Cain, Tre’Quan Smith and DaeSean Hamilton moving up quickly off impressive postseasons. Highly regarded relatively unknown prospects like Korey Robertson and Marquez Valdes-Scantling will probably go in the early part of the 3rd day and capable of becoming pro playmakers. There will probably be at least 30-35 chosen over the three-day event in another strong deep receiving class.

Wideout Rankings

1 Calvin Ridley – Alabama
2 Christian Kirk – Texas A&M
3 * D.J. Moore – Maryland
4 Courtland Sutton – Southern Methodist
5 D.J. Chark – LSU
6 James Washington        – Oklahoma St
7 Anthony Miller – Memphis
8 * Deon Cain     – Clemson
9 * Equanimeous St. Brown – Notre Dame
10 Dante Pettis     – Washington
11 * Tre’Quan Smith – Central Florida
12 Michael Gallup – Colorado St
13 DaeSean Hamilton – Penn St
14 * Simmie Cobbs –  Indiana
15 J’Mon Moore – Missouri




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QB Sam Darnold & RB Saquon Barkley Head Classes Entering NFL Combine

QB Sam Darnold and RB Saquon Barkley Head Offensive Classes Entering NFL Combine

Offensive Skilled Positions

Sam Darnold, Josh Allen & Josh Rosen Head Strong QB Class

Sam Darnold ranks the #1 QB prospect entering the NFL Combine. He stated today, though he will not throw at the NFL Combine this week. He is currently the only passer of the 19 QBs invited to the NFL Combine expected to sit out the throwing drills. He is the top QB in our Top 12 rankings who is expected to sit out the throwing and running drills. He will throw at the Southern Cal Pro day on March 21st.

 Quarterbacks – Top 12 Prospects – Pre-NFL Combine
1 * Sam Darnold – USC
2 * Josh Allen – Wyoming
3 * Josh Rosen – UCLA
4 Baker Mayfield – Oklahoma
5 * Lamar Jackson – Louisville
6 Mason Rudolph – Oklahoma St
7 Mike White – Western Kentucky
8 Luke Falk – Washington St
9 Kyle Lauletta – Richmond
10 * Chase Litton – Marshall
11 Riley Ferguson – Memphis
12 Kurt Benkert – Virginia

Barkley Heads Talented Deep Running Back Class

Saquon Barkley is our #1 running back entering the NFL Combine workouts. Barkley is a blue-chip prospect and the clear #1 back entering the workout phase of the scouting process. He is a complete back with the well-rounded talent to be the biggest impact performer in this rookie class. This year’s RB group is a very deep class and should produce several interesting rookie pros through the middle into the late rounds. The NFL Combine workouts at this position will have a huge effect on the free agent running back group that will test the open market on mid March.

 Running Backs – Top 12 Prospects – Pre-NFL Combine
1 * Saquon Barkley – Penn St
2 * Derrius Guice – LSU
3 * Ronald Jones – USC
4 Rashaad Penny – San Diego St
5 * Kerryon Johnson – Auburn
6 Sony Michel – Georgia
7 Royce Freeman – Oregon
8 Nick Chubb – Georgia
9 * Josh Adams – Notre Dame
10 * Bo Scarbrough – Alabama
11 Akrum Wadley – Iowa
12 * Mark Walton – Miami




NFL Draft Value Board – Trade Value Chart

NFL Draft Value Board – Trade Value Chart

Draft Insiders Draft Value Chart
Draft Insiders Draft Value Chart

This Draft Insiders.com chart below displays the approximate value on each draft selection over the seven rounds of the NFL Draft. Teams use this as a guide to determine value when trading draft picks. Example – if a club wants to trade for the 34th overall pick, they will look to receive an equal total a value close to 560 points. If that club held the 54th and 78th picks that would be equal value accurately. In most incidents absolute equal value is very difficult. In addition, compensatory picks at the ends of rounds three through seven may be included in any trade agreements. Those picks will be allowed to be traded in the NFL Draft 2018. Many times the teams moving up in the draft process will pay a greater value total then the selection received because of several reasons mainly knowing the player’s availability most often with the earlier selection.

As teams trade both prior and during the NFL Draft, this chart is a good guide, though it is not the rule that clubs use to complete every deal. When certain players are available on the clock, how a select team values a prospect changes the final price they are willing to pay in a trade. Usually the club moving up during the top of the first round in the NFL Draft will pay a greater price than the chart below indicates with a specific player on the draft board, usually a QB. The chart holds up very accurately from the mid first round through the remaining rounds. Ironically, the teams trading up especially in the early rounds may benefit more in recent years despite overpaying related to the chart. Each year, some club is willing to pay a higher price to move up with several hot prospects available. This year the top 10-15 selections are high quality. The ‘Safe Haven’ selections for the NFL Draft 2018 are the defensive linemen, running backs, safeties and cornerbacks with many prospects expected to go in the top 15 overall picks. The top five defensive linemen could come off the board in the top 20 overall selections with 6-8 clubs interested. The value of the top selections will also be high for Quarterbacks. Expect little movement up in the top ten selections other than for a premier defensive lineman.

 

 




Notre Dame’s Quenton Nelson Heads Offensive Line Class

Notre Dame’s Quenton Nelson Heads Offensive Line Class

Entering the critical NFL Combine 2018, Irish guard Quenton Nelson heads an average group of offensive linemen. Nelson is a blue chip prospect who has excelled for the Irish since starting early in his career.  Since his days at Red Bank Catholic High School where he earned a four and five star recruit ranking,  I have been very familiar with Nelson as a potential NFL prospect. He is a highly developed prospect and maybe the most NFL ready player in this entire draft class. He has a massive frame with long arms and very strong hands which he uses  very well to initiate contact and gain control of an opponent. He is an outstanding pass protector who anchors well and slides easily to either side. Capable of moving along the line and making the short traps and pulls with the agility to get to the 2nd level and fit on defenders.  Type with few flaws and probably warrants a top ten selection.

Top Ten Offensive Line Prospects – Tackles, Guards & Centers

Offensive Tackles
1 * Connor Williams – Texas
2 * Orlando Brown – Oklahoma
3 Mike McGlinchey – Notre Dame
4 Martinas Rankin – Mississippi St
5 Chukwuma Okorafor – Western Michigan
6 * Brian O’Neill – Pittsburgh
7 Tyrell Crosby – Oregon
8 * Kolton Miller – UCLA
9 Jamarco Jones – Ohio St
10 Brandon Parker – North Carolina A&T
11 Zachary Crabtree – Oklahoma St

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Guards
1 * Quenton Nelson – Notre Dame
2 Isaiah Wynn – Georgia
3 Will Hernandez – Texas-El Paso
4 Braden Smith – Auburn
5 Austin Corbett – Nevada
6 Wyatt Teller – Virginia Tech
7 Sean Welsh – Iowa
8 Cole Madison – Washington St
9 Tony Adams – North Carolina St
10 Skyler Phillips – Idaho St

Centers
1 Billy Price – Ohio St
2 * James Daniels – Iowa
3 Frank Ragnow – Arkansas
4 Mason Cole – Michigan
5 * Will Clapp – LSU
6 Scott Quessenberry – UCLA
7 Coleman Shelton – Washington
8 Bradley Bozeman – Alabama
9 Brian Allen – Michigan St
10 Erick Wren – Oklahoma




Top 50 Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2018

Top 50 Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2018

* Declared Underclassmen – February, 2018 – Pre NFL Combine Rankings 

Pro Prospect  / Position / School /   Ht /Wt

1 * Saquon Barkley      RB                   Penn State        5-11      225

2 * Josh Rosen            QB                  UCLA                6-4        220

3 * Sam Darnold          QB                  Southern Cal     6-4        225

4 Bradley Chubb          DE                  NC State           6-4        275

5 * Minkah Fitzpatrick  S                     Alabama           6-1        205

6 * Quenton Nelson      OG                  Notre Dame      6-5        330

7 * Josh Allen              QB                  Wyoming          6-5        235

8 * Roquan Smith        LB                   Georgia            6-1        225

9 Baker Mayfield         QB                  Oklahoma         6-0        215

10 * Connor Williams     OT                   Texas               6-6        320

Photo – QB Josh Rosen – UCLA

11 * Derwin James        S                     Florida State     6-3        210

12 * Courtland Sutton    WR                  SMU                 6-4        215

13 * Tremaine Edmunds LB                   Virginia Tech     6-5        240

14 * Da’Ron Payne        DT                   Alabama           6-2        310

15 * Denzel Ward          CB                   Ohio State        5-10      190

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16 * Orlando Brown       OT                   Oklahoma         6-8        360

17 * Arden Key              DE                  LSU                  6-6        240

18 * Lamar Jackson      QB                  Louisville          6-3        200

19 * Calvin Ridley          WR                  Alabama           6-1        190

20 Vita Vea                   DT                   Washington       6-5        345

21 Marcus Davenport    DE                  UTSA                6-6        260

22 * Joshua Jackson     CB                   Iowa                 6-1        195

23 Rashaan Evans        LB                   Alabama           6-3        235

24 * Carlton Davis         CB                   Auburn              6-1        205

25 * Ronnie Harrison      S                     Alabama           6-3        215

26 * Sam Hubbard         DE                  Ohio State        6-5        265

27 Mike McGlinchey      OT                   Notre Dame      6-8        315

28 * Harrison Phillips     DT                   Stanford           6-4        285

29 Martinas Rankin        OT                   Mississippi St    6-5       305

30 * Derrius Guice         RB                   LSU                  5-11      215

31 * Isaiah Oliver           CB                   Colorado          6-1        190

32 * Taven Bryan           DT                   Florida              6-5        295

33 Chukwuma Okorafor OT                   Western Michigan 6-6    330

34 Maurice Hurst           DT                   Michigan           6-2        285

35 * Mark Andrews        TE                   Oklahoma         6-5        255

36 Christian Kirk            WR                  Texas A&M       5-11      200

37 Isaiah Wynn             OG                  Georgia            6-2        305

38 Mason Rudolph        QB                  Oklahoma St     6-5        230

39 Anthony Miller           WR                  Memphis           5-11      190

40 Uchenna Nwosu       LB                   USC                 6-2        240

41 Tyrell Crosby            OT                   Oregon             6-5        320

42 Harold Landry           LB                   Boston College 6-3        250

43 Billy Price                 C                     Ohio State        6-4        310

44 * DeShon Elliott        S                     Texas               6-2        205

45 * Ronald Jones II      RB                   Southern Cal     6-1        195

46 * James Daniels        OL                   Iowa                 6-4        300

47 * Equanimeous St. Brown  WR          Notre Dame      6-5        205

48 Ogbonnia Okoronkwo LB                  Oklahoma         6-1        240

49 Braden Smith            OG                 Auburn              6-6        305

50 * Malik Jefferson       LB                  Texas               6-3        240




NFL Draft 2018 – Underclassmen Pro Prospect List

NFL Draft 2018 – Underclassmen Pro Prospects
LB Roquan Smith Declares for the NFL Draft
RB Bryce Love Returns to Stanford

Underclassmen List Over 115 Pro Prospects – deadline Jan. 15th
Players have three days to rescind decision – NFL will post Official Underclassmen list 1/19/18 – Ranked alphabetically by position

RB Saquon Barkley - Penn St
RB Saquon Barkley – Penn St

Offensive Players 

Quarterbacks
Josh Allen – Wyoming
Kyle Allen – Houston
Sam Darnold – Southern Cal
Lamar Jackson – Louisville
Tanner Lee – Nebraska
Chase Litton – Marshall
Josh Rosen – UCLA

Running Backs
Josh Adams – Notre Dame
Ryquell Armstead – Temple
Saquon Barkley – PSU
Derrius Guice – LSU
Nyheim Hines – North Carolina State
Kerryon Johnson – Auburn
Ronald Jones II – Southern Cal
John Kelly – Tennessee
Ryan Nall – Oregon St
Kamryn Pettway – Auburn
Mark Walton – Miami(Fl)

Wide Receivers
Deon Cain – Clemson
Antonio Callaway – Florida
Simmie Cobbs Jr – Indiana
Keke Coutee – Texas Tech
Quadree Henderson – Pittsburgh
Richie James – Middle Tennessee St
Jon’Vea Johnson – Toledo
Christian Kirk – Texas A&M
Jordan Lasley – UCLA
Tavares Martin – Washington State
Ray-Ray McCloud – Clemson
DJ Moore – Maryland
Byron Pringle – KSU
Trey Quinn – SMU
Calvin Ridley – Alabama
Korey Robertson – Southern Mississippi
Tre’Quan Smith – Central Florida
Jaylen Smith – Louisville
Equanimeous St. Brown – Notre Dame
Courtland Sutton – SMU
Audon Tate – Florida State

Tight Ends
Jordan Akins – Central Florida
Mark Andrews – Oklahoma
Hayden Hurst – South Carolina
Ryan Izzo – FSU
Austin Roberts – UCLA
Dalton Schultz – Stanford

Offensive Linemen
Orlando Brown – Oklahoma
Geron Christian – Louisville
Will Clapp – LSU
James Daniels – Iowa
Nick Gates – Nebraska
Taylor Hearn – Clemson
Sam Jones – ASU
Kolteon Miller – UCLA
Brian O’Neill – Pittsburgh
Maea Teuhema – Southeastern Louisiana
Will Richardson – North Carolina State
Toby Weathserby – LSU
Connor Williams – Texas

Defensive Players

Linemen
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi – Toledo
Dorance Armstrong – Kansas
Taven Bryan – Florida
Rasheen Green – Southern Cal
Jeff Holland – Auburn
Sam Hubbard – Ohio St
DuVonta Lampkin – Oklahoma
R.J. McIntosh – Miami
Kahlil McKenzie – Tennessee
Kendrick Norton – Miami
Harrison Phillips – Stanford
Tim Settle – Virginia Tech
Breeland Speaks – Ole Miss
Josh Sweat – FSU
Larry Tharpe – Arizona
Trent Thompson – Georgia
Vita Vea – Washington
JoJo Wicker – Arizona St
Jalen Wilkerson – Florida St.
Eddy Wilson – Purdue

Linebackers
Jack Cichy – Wisconsin
Frank Ginda – San Jose St
Malik Jefferson – Texas
Hercules Mata’afa – Washington St
Kahlil McKenzie – Tennessee
Christian Sam – ASU
Roquan Smith – Georgia
Andre Smith – UNC
Leighton Vander Esch – Boise St
Joel Iyiegbuniwe – Western Kentucky

Cornerbacks
Jaire Alexander – Louisville
J.J. Dallas – Louisiana-Monroe
Carlton Davis – Auburn
Rashaan Gaulden – Tennessee
Holton Hill – Texas
Mike Hughes – Central Florida
Joshua Jackson – Iowa
Michael Jackson – Miami (Fl)
JC Jackson – Maryland
Donte Jackson – LSU
Tarvarus McFadden – FSU
Nick Nelson – Wisconsin
Isaiah Oliver – Colorado
DJ Reed – Kansas St
Denzel Ward – Ohio St.

Safeties
Jessie Bates – Wake Forest
DeShon Elliott – Texas
Ronnie Harrison – Alabama
Derwin James – FSU
Justin Reid – Stanford
Van Smith – Clemson
Jordan Whitehead – Pittsburgh

Kickers
Michael Dickson – P – Texas
Eddy Pineiro – PK – Florida