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I looked at these player's length (at least 33''), Lateral Mobility/COD skills, 3-cone times (at worst, 7.85 seconds), 20 yard shuttle times (at worst 4.55 seconds), and their first step quickness. Players are not in a particular order.
  1. Quinnen Williams

  2. Rashan Gary

  3. Jerry Tillery

  4. Charles Omenihu

  5. Renell Wren
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Quinnen is the best player who is an ideal fit for the 3-4. Bosa is the best defensive player in the draft. If the Cardinals draft a defensive player other than Williams or Bosa, I will be disgusted
 

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Q seemed much more effective from the inside. He is not your traditional NT but he is a savage head up on the center and in the A gap.
 
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I think everyone projects him to be a good fit for a 4-3 DT, I've heard some say that he could also do well in a 3-4 though, also, his physical and athletic traits were probably the best out for the 5 I listed above.
 

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Renell Wren ASU would be a nice choice in round 4 but he might go earlier.

Anything earlier and it's a reach.

Yes, he is a really good athlete, but ASU struggled to find a good spot for him. He was never a standout. Great physical tools, close to the best in the draft, but he wasn't productive.
 

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Anything earlier and it's a reach.

Yes, he is a really good athlete, but ASU struggled to find a good spot for him. He was never a standout. Great physical tools, close to the best in the draft, but he wasn't productive.
From your description, he would fit in well with Robert Nkemdiche. :D Sound just like him.

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From your description, he would fit in well with Robert Nkemdiche. :D Sound just like him.

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NK was taking on double and triple teams in College and was rarely off the field.
 

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Armon Watts from Arkansas would be a nice 4th or 5th round pick with some upside
 

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Imagine how good we would be right now if...

DJ Humphries, Nkemdiche, and Reddick were living up to expectations.

Bucannon was living up to expectations and Wills derailed him. Reddick was a stupid pick and Nkemdiche played well last year before getting hurt. Can’t miss again
 

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Bucannon was living up to expectations and Wills derailed him. Reddick was a stupid pick and Nkemdiche played well last year before getting hurt. Can’t miss again

Bucannon hadn’t lived up to expectations in at least 3 years. No loss!

Reddick is a great athlete that appears to be mentally slow. Jury is still out!

And Nkemdiche only gives max effort 50% of the time. Horrific draft pick!!!
 

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Bucannon hadn’t lived up to expectations in at least 3 years. No loss!

Reddick is a great athlete that appears to be mentally slow. Jury is still out!

And Nkemdiche only gives max effort 50% of the time. Horrific draft pick!!!

They're my picks for breakout seasons on D.
 
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