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Top 5 Offensive Tackle Prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft

I always think offensive linemen should be getting more love in the draft; without them, your quarterback probably sucks. This year, there are plenty of starting offensive tackles. It's a deep class that isn't getting enough attention other than the top 2 guys. Let's take a look at my top 5 offensive tackles. 1. Jawaan Taylor, Florida What a meteoric rise it was for Jawaan Taylor this season. 1 month ago, I didn't have any thoughts on Taylor. After watching some of his 2017 tape I was less than impressed to say the least. Then, about a week ago, I watched...

Top 5 Running Back Prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft

Last year we were blessed with a very good running back class, headlined by offensive rookie of the year Saquon Barkley. This year is different, we don't have the type of top tier talent like last year, but there are definitely future starters. 1. Josh Jacobs, Alabama Jacobs' hype started picking up after the season ended when everyone realized he was severely underutilized at Alabama. Jacobs is a true 3 down back. He has great vision to find holes in the offensive line and quick feet to make the cuts necessary to get to those holes. Jacobs has a great marriage...

Top 5 Quarterback Prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft

During the 2018 NFL season, we saw five different rookie quarterbacks start games for the team they were drafted by. Now entering the 2019 off-season, quarterback needy teams wonder if they'll be able to find their star quarterback through the NFL Draft. I'm not going to sugarcoat it; the 2019 quarterback class is weak. If you're team is hoping to draft a quarterback and have them pan out the way the 2018 class did is wishful thinking. However, there are some impressive traits that the quarterbacks have in this year’s draft. Let's look at my top-5 quarterback prospects in...

Top 5 Safety Prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft

At the beginning of the year I thought the safety class would have no first round talent in it, but in reality there is some top tier talent in this class. From SEC talent, to a guy from a FCS school, this safety class pleasantly surprised me. 1. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida Coaching really makes a difference. Gardner-Johnson was bad in 2017; he seemed to be afraid of contact and when he would attempt to tackle, he got ran over 70% of the time. His coverage ability in 2017 was better but still not great. 2018, however, was a completely different story....

Top 5 Wide Receiver Prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft

I've been hearing that this wide receiver class isn't good, and I'm here to set the record straight. In my opinion, this wide receiver class is very good; both at the top of the class and with it's depth. Let's take a look at my top-5 wide receivers in the 2019 NFL Draft. 1. D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss Metcalf is 1/3 of the three headed monster that is known as NWO, the Nasty Wide Outs of Ole Miss. Coming into the year all eyes were on A.J. Brown, the more productive teammate of Metcalf, then came the first game of the...

Top Five Edge Prospects In The 2019 NFL Draft

All throughout the draft process this year we've been hearing about the talent along the defensive line. Let's take a look at my top-5 Edge rushers in this year's draft as we enter combine week.       1. Nick Bosa, Ohio State I feel like some people have forgotten how good Nick Bosa is. The younger brother of Joey Bosa, Nick is a dominant force on the defensive line, he is truly a can't miss prospect. He has ideal size, length, and athleticism to be a top-5 pick on paper, but what really makes him his money, is his tape. The...

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