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My Initial Favorite Prospects in this draft class

Derwin James Safety FSU

Derwin James might be my favorite defensive prospect in this whole entire draft! He is probably the hardest hitting player in the draft and is almost as good as my favorite safety in last years draft, Jamaal Adams. He isn't quite as good as a ball hawk as Adams but he has similar instincts and tackling skills. Even though it's early in the draft process I think he'll definitely be a top 10 pick and his stock will be on the rise!

Luke Falk QB Washington State

While Falk doesn't have the same hyped up name as Rosen, Darnold, and Jackson; I think he might have the best accuracy out of all of the quarterbacks in this draft class. He most likely won't be a first round pick but I think he should be considered for one. He has a better arm than people think and can make every throw in the book! Where he struggles is when forced to move out of the pocket and throwing on the run. However, he is a tremendous pocket passer and I think he has a ton of potential!

Harold Landry DE Boston College

Harold Landry is one of my favorite Defensive End's I have ever scouted. He has elite speed on the outside and is one of the most explosive Defensive Lineman I've seen coming out of college. Landry has game changer potential and is very similar to Von Miller in my opinion. Harold Landry would be perfect in as a 4-3 Defensive End and looks like a future pro bowler to me.

Derrius Guice RB LSU

Coming into the season, Guice was my favorite player in the draft. I love his energy and the electricity he brings to Louisiana State, it's very similar to what Odell brought. After missing a few games this season due to injury he has fallen far behind the Penn State sensation. Guice still reminds me a lot of Ezekiel Elliott coming out of college and has potential to be a back that can carry the ball 30 times a game. Guice should look to be drafted from around pick 10-30.

Saquon Barkley RB Penn State

This man is the greatest RB I've ever seen coming out of college. He is a triple threat (Rushing, Receiving, Returning) and has insane balance and athleticism. He averages 5.7 yards per carry and has a breakout run at least once a game. Barkley has the electricity of David Johnson, the patience of Le'Veon Bell, and the Devin Hester factor while returning the ball. I think he should be drafted number 1 overall and it's hard not to make an argument that he shouldn't. He is a game changer and will be a beast in the NFL!

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