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Pre Combine Mock Draft 1.0

Updated: 02/22/2018 5:25PM ET

Saquon Barkley*
RB , Penn State
HT: 5110 |  WT: 230 |  40: 4.33
Our top player since last summer.Perfect storm of running skills,receiving ability and blocking mastery.
Minkah Fitzpatrick*
S/CB , Alabama
HT: 6010 |  WT: 203 |  40: 4.47
Dave Gettleman would like Barkley. But he grabbed the best defensive player on the board.
Bradley Chubb
DE , North Carolina St
HT: 6042 |  WT: 272 |  40: 4.75
The Colts are going to a 4-3 defense and need outside pressure. Chubb is their guy.
Baker Mayfield
QB , Oklahoma
HT: 6003v |  WT: 216v |  40: 4.75
Our top QB all year.Accuracy and ball placement and precise decision making is his calling card.
Quenton Nelson*
OG , Notre Dame
HT: 6050 |  WT: 330 |  40: 5.30
Best offensive lineman in the 2018 Draft.
Josh Rosen*
HT: 6030 |  WT: 210 |  40: 4.85
Smart, accurate, good decisions. Injury history a concern.
Denzel Ward*
CB , Ohio State
HT: 5110 |  WT: 185 |  40: 4.49
The Buckeyes have another live one in Ward. Last year Lattimore and Hooker were NFL starters.
Calvin Ridley*
WR , Alabama
HT: 6005 |  WT: 190 |  40: 4.45
If Ridley had a consistent passer to throw to him no telling how many records he would have set. His speed,quickness and agility will get him a starting job next year.
Derwin James*
FS/SS, Florida State
HT: 6030 |  WT: 211 |  40: 4.47
James can play the big nickel sub packages as a hybrid player and can be a chess piece to move around the defense as a blitzer.
Vita Vea*
DT , Washington
HT: 6040 |  WT: 344 |  40: 5.25
Big defensive tackle can anchor the inside of the defense.
Tremaine Edmunds*
LB , Virginia Tech
HT: 6040 |  WT: 250 |  40: 4.69
Can blitz, cover, play in the box or on the edge.Instinctive with good length and strength.
Connor Williams*
OT , Texas
HT: 6050 |  WT: 320 |  40: 5.10
Best tackle in the draft if he passes all the physicals.
Da'Ron Payne*
DT , Alabama
HT: 6020 |  WT: 320 |  40: 4.95
Quick hands and feet. Explosive. Drives the blocker into the backfield. Disruptive is his middle name.
Josh Jackson*
CB , Iowa
HT: 6020 |  WT: 192 |  40: 4.49
One year starter has the best ball skills of any defensive back in the draft.
Sam Darnold*
HT: 6030 |  WT: 225 |  40: 4.80
Needs a lot of work but has all the tools.
Orlando Brown*
OT , Oklahoma
HT: 6070 |  WT: 345 |  40: 5.35
32 Offensive line coaches would love to coach Brown.Does he have the eye of the Tiger like his late father?
Mike McGlinchey
OT , Notre Dame
HT: 6070 |  WT: 312 |  40: 5.15
Struggles with edge speed. Must be a right tackle.
Billy Price
OC/OG, Ohio State
HT: 6035 |  WT: 308 |  40: 5.00
Versatile inside player that will start at center or guard next year. Good body control.
Roquan Smith*
LB , Georgia
HT: 6010 |  WT: 225 |  40: 4.63
Smith is an instinctive ILB that could project as a Will in most schemes. Excellent initial read and react with smooth footwork. Patient in read with a downhill shuffle and outstanding change of direction.
Marcus Davenport
HT: 6052 |  WT: 246 |  40: 4.75
A raw and inconsistent talent who had more good days than bad. A long and athletic pass rusher who stood up in a two-point stance where he is more comfortable than in a three-point stance with his hand on the ground. He played down inside at times and with his hands up blocking the quarterback’s vision. He routinely won his pass rush reps with both power and speed. Needs more of a variety of pass rush moves
Mason Rudolph
QB , Oklahoma State
HT: 6041v |  WT: 229v |  40: 4.95
He has the traditional NFL body and makeup of an NFL starter. Tall, strong, and comfortable in the pocket. Very accurate all over the field that has the proper blend of touch and zip on his passes underneath. Consistently sets his receivers up for postcatch success, leading them into space and throwing them open.
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Maurice Hurst
DT , Michigan
HT: 6013 |  WT: 287 |  40: 4.95
Overall has very good athletic ability with great explosiveness, good play speed and change of direction. Solid run defender. Has below average lower strength to anchor, and gets moved versus double teams. At his best as a penetrator or in backside pursuit where he finishes with good burst and effort. Chases the ball downfield.
Carlton Davis*
CB , Auburn
HT: 6010 |  WT: 195 |  40: 4.49
The three-year starter is quietly the best player on one of the most dominant defenses in the country. Opposing quarterbacks hate to look his way, as seen with the minimal passes thrown in his direction week after week.
At 6’1 with long arms and upper tier speed, Davis is a cornerback with a ton of range. His reach-radius has been the trend at the position that scouts and coaches alike are always looking for. There is more to him than his size, however. Davis is a very smooth turn and run athlete who can stop, redirect, and burst after diagnosing what his man is doing.
Rashaan Evans
OB , Alabama
HT: 6020 |  WT: 230 |  40: 4.68
Evans is rangy and brings his power while on the move. He can shadow athletic running backs laterally and shows the ability to patiently pounce on the action. He is a heady player who can get himself in position to impact the play via both instincts and positive initial steps. On third down, Evans can be used as an edge rusher or in coverage, being equally effective in both roles.
Christian Kirk*
WR/RS, Texas A&M
HT: 5106 |  WT: 202 |  40: 4.35
Kirk has top tier speed once he gets into the open field, he is a guy that won’t be caught from behind. The burst he shows from a stand still is what makes that speed incredibly dangerous to the opposition. He can go 0-60 as fast as anyone but there is also a ton of wiggle and agility to his game. He can stop and change direction at the snap of a finger.
Harrison Phillips*
DT , Stanford
HT: 6030 |  WT: 295 |  40: 4.95
Explosive first step quickness. A disruptive force in the middle of the defensive line. Plays like a linebacker on his feet except he is 300 pounds. The former prep wrestling champion doesn’t wrestle with opponents, he explodes from his hips through his hands to jolt a blocker then gets to the ball. The high motor pressure player was a force few could block during Senior Bowl week.
Dallas Goedert
TE , South Dakota State
HT: 6044 |  WT: 260 |  40: 4.68
His 92 catch/1123 yard season in 2016 had glimpses of Travis Kelce, looking too fast for linebackers and too big for safeties to cover. He has the flare for the dramatic, routinely making one handed catches, leaping above defenders in traffic, and barreling over potential tacklers after the catch. His size and athleticism are hard to find, but his ball skills are what make him a special standout. Has a unique ability to adjust low, behind and high showing competitive toughness in traffic. Has the contact balance to complete the catch with defenders draped around him.
Derrius Guice*
HT: 5110 |  WT: 215 |  40: 4.47
Guice runs like he's got something to prove. Runs hard in close quarters.Puts his head down, lowers his pads and gets the tough two and three yard runs. A patient runner that steps through traffic, jump cuts and drives his legs on contact. He may be best on the perimeter where his sharp cuts leave defenders grasping air. Packs a punch on contact.
Josh Allen*
QB , Wyoming
HT: 6047 |  WT: 237 |  40: 4.75
Big mobile quarterback who had an uneven week of practice at the Senior Bowl and his play on Saturday was a tale of his week and season in Laramie. He made some big time passes on vertical routes, but was inconsistent with accuracy and touch on the underneath and intermediate routes. He caught fire in the second half of the game and completed 9 of 13 passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns. Work in progress.
Jamarco Jones
OG , Ohio State
HT: 6042 |  WT: 305 |  40: 5.00
Started at left tackle for the Buckeyes and could play tackle in a pinch but lacks the length NFL offensive line coaches want on the edge. A good athlete that plays square in pass protection and with patience. Good arm extension and hand use as a pass protector. Seals the edge. Strong second level blocker walling off pursuit. Physical in his over all play.
Isaiah Oliver*
CB , Colorado
HT: 6010 |  WT: 190 |  40: 4.49
Has good size for the position. Solid press corner that can be physical with receivers at the line. Mirrors cuts well and can stay in phase on the deep vertical. Some hitch in transitions at times but shows good recovery ability and body control. Closes ground quickly on passes in front of him. Good off hand jam, combining strength with balance as he re-routes a receiver. Good turn and run with good eye discipline in man cover
Harold Landry
LB , Boston College
HT: 6017 |  WT: 248 |  40: 4.75
Plays the run well with good agility on the edge and the ability to make plays in space. Tackles well. Powerful at the point of attack. Holds up against strong blockers with good leg bend. Productive pass rusher with a variety of moves. Nonstop hustle helps his cause as he will make plays with second effort as the quarterback steps up or scrambles.