Top 50 Big Board

*Bolded Players are Personal Favorites
Top 10
  1. Saquon Barkley RB Penn State

  2. Quenton Nelson OG Notre Dame

  3. Roquan Smith LB Georgia

  4. Bradley Chubb DE NC State

  5. Minkah FItzpatrick S Alabama

  6. Derwin James S FSU

  7. Harold Landry DE Boston College

  8. Marcus Davenport DE UTSA

  9. Denzel Ward CB OSU

  10. Tremaine Edmunds LB Virginia Tech

Saquon Barkley is an other breed. Something I have never seen. Saquon is built differently. Saquon is the best player in this draft. Quenton Nelson isn't too far behind Barkley. Nelson is the best lineman I've ever seen come out of college, he is a great pass blocker and an even better run blocker. Roquan Smith is the best defensive player in the draft. He's instinctive and he pops out on the tape. He is one of the cleanest and safest prospects in the draft. Bradley Chubb is a prototypical pass-rusher and you can expect him to make an immediate impact and have 10+ sacks consistently. Minkah and Derwin were basically tied. Minkah Fitzpatrick is a technician, he is a hard worker and works extremely hard to perfect their craft. Minkah's versatility will get him on the field very early and his tackling is one of the best out of any DB in the draft. Derwin James might be the most athletic player in the draft. He has insane speed and great ball skills. He can play anywhere in the secondary and brings swagger with him. Harold Landry and Marcus Davenport were also tied for me. Harold Landry from Boston College is a great speed rusher and might be the cleanest player off the field in this years draft. He is extremely intelligent and is very coachable. Marcus Davenport can be great. His build is like no other's and has so much potential. He is a super nice guy and has the ability to be an all-pro. Denzel Ward is the best lock down corner in the draft. He is physical and a really good tackler. Ward played the best at the highest level. Tremaine Edmunds is the best athlete at the linebacker position. He can come off the edge and play in the middle. He is really good in the run game and should go to a team that is building for the future.

Players 11-30

11. Derrius Guice RB LSU

12. Ronald Jones RB USC

13. DJ Moore WR Maryland

14. Josh Rosen QB UCLA

15. Sony Michel RB Georgia

16. Anthony Miller WR Memphis

17. Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado

18. Justin Reid S Stanford

19. Mike Hughes CB UCF

20. Will Hernandez OG UTEP

21. Vita Vea DT Washington

22. Dallas Goedert TE South Dakota State

23. Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma

24. Mike McGlinchey OT Notre Dame

25. James Daniels C Iowa

26. Jaire Alexander CB Louisville

27. Lamar Jackson QB Louisville

28. Courtland Sutton WR SMU

29. Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M

30. Josh Jackson CB Iowa

Derrius Guice is one of my favorite players in this draft. Total old-school runner and a great personality. ROJO was my second favorite running back to watch on film this year. An electric runner. Sony Michel is the smoothest runner in the NFL and can run on the inside and the outside. Anthony Miller plays with passion and was my favorite receiver to watch on film. Miller's a playmaker and will get slept on. Isaiah Oliver is an underrated corner and will fit perfectly in a cover 3. Justin Reid is extremely intelligent and is super easy to coach. He's going to be really good in this league. Dallas Goedert is a receiver in a tight end's body and can be a dynamic player. Lamar Jackson had the most entertaining film out of any player in this draft. He might end up being the best player in the draft. Courtland Sutton is the best big body receiver in this draft and is a monster in and outside of the red zone. Christian Kirk is an elusive receiver and is great after the catch. 

Players 31-50

31. Deshon Elliot S Texas

32. Rashaan Evans LB Alabama

33. Leighton Vander Esch LB Boise State

34. Taven Bryan DT Florida

35. Isaiah Wynn G Georgia

36. Connor Williams OL Texas

37. Sam Darnold QB USC

38. Michael Gallup WR Colorado State

39. Da’Ron Payne DT Alabama

40. Sam Hubbard DE OSU

41. Darius Leonard LB South Carolina State

42. Jerome Baker LB OSU

43. Billy Price C OSU

44. Jessie Bates S Wake Forest

45. Mike Gesicki TE Penn State

46. Lorenzo Carter EDGE Georgia

47. Marcus Allen S Penn State

48. Uchenna Nwosu EDGE USC

49. DJ Chark WR LSU

50. Rasheem Green DE USC ​

Deshon Elliot is a hard-hitting, sure fire player. He reminds me of Kam Chancellor and you won't see him miss a tackle. Michael Gallup is a really underrated receiver and deserves more hype. It seemed like every ball at Colorado State every ball was thrown to Gallup and he always caught them. When I watched Ohio State football, you could easily tell that Sam Hubbard was the best player on the field. He is a prototypical defensive end and reminds me a lot of Joey Bosa. Darius Leonard is a Telvin Smith clone. He has a ton of potential and will be a really good day 2 pick. Marcus Allen is a freak in the weight room and is a work horse.  Allen is athletic and will bring juice to whatever team drafts him. Uchenna Nwosu is a very versatile player. He can line up on the edge and sack the quarterback. Nwosu can be a sneaky good pick. DJ Chark is a perfect combination of size and speed and is tearing it up this offseason. A team with an offensive minded head coach will draft him and use him on offense and special teams. I love how Rasheem Green is built. Green can be a productive 3-4 defensive end and can be a really good 4-3 defensive tackle.

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