NFL Draft Big Board 3.0

1 Jadeveon Clowney South Carolina DE  
2 Khalil Mack Buffalo OLB  
3 Greg Robinson Auburn OT  
4 Sammy Watkins Clemson WR  
5 Jake Matthew Texas A&M OT +1 Quick kickslide and strong hands.
6 Aaron Donald Pittsburgh DT +7 relentless pass rusher with great quickness
7 Mike Evans Texas A&M WR  
8 Teddy Bridgewater Louisville QB -3 Fell due to watching more tape of Donald and Matthews, best QB in the draft
9 Anthony Barr UCLA OLB  
10 C.J. Mosley Alabama ILB -2 Fell due to being very impressed with Aaron Donald
11 Timmy Jernigan Florida State DT  
12 Johnny Manziel Texas A&M QB  
13 Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Alabama S +1 Moved up 1 due to being a better tackler than I had given him credit for
14 Kyle Fuller Virginia CB +3 After watching his previous seasons he was a more fluid athlete than I thought.
15 Taylor Lewan Michigan OT  
16 Odell Beckham Jr. LSU WR  
17 Kony Ealy Missouri DE -7 Lacks an explosive first step and is underdeveloped as a pass rusher
18 Justin Gilbert Oklahoma State CB  
19 Eric Ebron North Carolina TE +2 Better hands than I had given him credit for
20 Ryan Shazier Ohio State OLB  
21 Morgan Moses Virginia OT -2 Fell due to Ebron impressing me
22 Blake Bortles Central Florida QB  
23 Zack Martin Notre Dame OT  
24 Darqueze Dennard Michigan State CB  
25 Jimmie Ward Northern Illinois S  
26 Brandin Cooks Oregon State WR  
27 Derek Carr Fresno State QB  
28 Calvin Pryor Louisville S  
29 Jason Verrett TCU CB  
30 Kyle Van Noy BYU OLB  
31 Xavier Su’a-Filo UCLA OG  
32 Ra’Shede Hageman Minnesota DT  
33 Dee Ford Auburn DE  
34 Louis Nix III Notre Dame NT  
35 Cody Latimer Indiana WR  
36 Austin Seferian-Jenkins Washington TE  
37 Allen Robinson Penn State WR  
38 Deone Bucannon Washington State S  
39 Scott Crichton Oregon State DE  
40 Cyrus Kouandjio Alabama OT  
41 Bishop Sankey Washington RB  
42 Marqise Lee USC WR  
43 Pierre Desir Lindenwood CB +13 Got more tape on him, more pro ready than I first thought
44 Gabe Jackson Mississippi State OG  
45 Lamarcus Joyner Florida State CB  
46 Jeremy Attaochu Georgia Tech OLB  
47 Donte Moncrief Mississippi WR  
48 Troy Niklas Notre Dame TE  
49 Zach Mettenberger LSU QB  
50 Kareem Martin North Carolina DE +4 Very good athlete with good instincts as a pass rusher
51 Trent Murphy Stanford DE -1 Martin was impressive and moved up
52 David Yankey Stanford OG  
53 Davante Adams Fresno State WR  
54 Stephon Tuitt Notre Dame DT -12 May be strictly a DT due to lack of athleticism, needs to be more agressive
55 Martavis Bryant Clemson WR  
56 Piere Desir Lindenwood CB  
57 Jace Amaro Texas Tech TE -6 Small and can’t block, doesn’t have a NFL position
58 Dominique Easley Florida DT +4 Showed he was healthy at Pro Day, elite talent with injury issues
59 Demarcus Lawrence Boise State DE  
60 Marcus Martin USC OC Impressed with his physical abilities, might move him up on my final Big Board
61 Jimmy Garoppolo Eastern Illinois QB  
62 Terrance Brooks Florida State S +3 Great athlete and good in coverage
63 Weston Richburg Colorado State OC  
64 Tre Mason Auburn RB  
65 Carlos Hyde Ohio State RB +1 more speed than I gave him credit for
66 Kelvin Benjamin Florida State WR -8 Continues a free fall, bad hands and poor route runner, also has a poor work ethic
67 Paul Richardson Colorado WR  
68 Jordan Matthews Vanderbilt WR  
69 Bashaud Breeland Clemson CB  
70 Joel Biotino Nevada OT  
71 Dakota Dozier Furman OG  
72 Will Sutton Arizona State DT  
73 Marcus Roberson Florida CB  
74 Trevor Reilly Utah OLB  
75 Ego Ferguson LSU DT  
76 Jarvis Landry LSU WR  
77 Yawin Smallwood Connecticut ILB  
78 Jordan Tripp Nevada OLB  
79 Phillip Gaines Rice CB  
80 Jackson Jeffcoat Texas DE  
81 Jack Mewhort Ohio State OT  
82 Robert Herron Wyoming WR  
83 Telvin Smith Florida State OLB +18 (was off the top 100) has the ability to be a great coverage linebacker
84 DaQuan Jones Penn State DT  
85 Bruce Ellington South Carolina WR  
86 Jeremy Hill LSU RB +6 Great athlete and looks to be one of the best power/speed combinations in the draft
87 Marcus Smith Louisville DE  
88 Keith McGill Utah CB  
89 Stanley Jean-Baptiste Nebraska CB  
90 Rashaad Reynolds Oregon State CB  
91 Anthony Johnson LSU DT  
92 Shayne Skov Stanford ILB +3 Great instincts and motor
93 Ju’Wuan James Tennessee OT  
94 Aaron Murray Georgia QB +7 (was off the top 100) healing from ACl tear quickly, extremely smart
95 Trai Turner LSU OG +1 Raw but has great potential
96 Travis Swanson Arkansas OC +5 (was off the top 100) Solid size and smart, not a great athlete
97 C.J. Fiedorowicz Iowa TE  
98 Antonio Richardson Tennessee OT  
99 Dion Bailey USC S  
100 Dri Archer Kent State RB  

 

Last 5 off the list:

Christian Kirksey OLB, Cyril Richardson OG, Loucheiz Purifoy CB, AJ McCarron QB, Ahmad Dixon S

 

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