Sorry, but I am very leary of taking an OT with a higher R1 pick. Would like to see or look for a list of how many high drafted OTs have been a success, and a list of the current NFL starting OTs' rounds they were taken.
Like McLaurin before the combine, I just don't have a good feel for his athletic numbers. IF he runs 4.3 like McLaurin, he will move up because the route running looks like it is solid.Round 2 add Chris Olave, WR from OSU. He’s just a playmaker. He’s better than Terry McLaurin as a prospect. Not super fast so that’s why he probably won’t be a 1st rounder.
The more I look at this draft, the better I like it for AZ. It is a deep edge class so we don't have to use one in round 1. ILB would be nice, but not a huge need. IOL is limited to a few prospects and only one or two in round 1. CB is almost round 1 and then round 3 for me. We have some options.Waddle is my guy but unless we do well in FA I think our first 2 picks almost have to be on defense.
Just really want a guy who can catch the ball and take it to the house, return punts, and get deep
There's a video of him racing Ruggs, it's a bad angle but it's like 50 yards and Ruggs beats him by inches.
Really explosive, small, but explosive as all get out
At this point I doubt we’ll go EDGE in the draft at allI keep pulling this draft class on thedraftnetwork's draft simulator and I keep doing it because it makes me so happy even though I doubt it actually happens.
17 - Rashawn Slater - C - Northwestern
49 - Jayson Oweh - EDGE - Penn St.
80 - Greg Newsome II - CB - Northwestern
157 - Robert Rochell - CB - Central Arkansas
240 - Labryan Ray - DT - Alabama