The first was No. 5 overall selection Corey Davis, who caught just 52.3 percent of the passes thrown his way and failed to score a touchdown in 11 games as a rookie with the Tennessee Titans. Both guys are Top-100 picks.
Based on signing three linebackers in free agency, the Detroit Lions aren't likely to draft a linebacker early - unless it's one who can convert to an edge rusher to upgrade their pass rush.
With every passing day, it feels more and more like the Denver Broncos will be drafting a quarterback with the fifth overall pick in the National Football League draft, which is quickly approaching. Mayfield has the zip to fire the ball in between zones and he has the accuracy to "throw receivers open" away from the leverage of defenders.
It has been well documented that this is a quarterback-heavy class and it is also loaded at several other positions.
Let's start with the rushing yards. If they feel confident in their ability to teach Watts to tackle better, he could be an interesting piece in Mike Pettine's defense, showing the ability to play in the slot or as a deep safety.
-Griffin has everything I want in a player, my only question is where do you play him? He's been one of our top senior quarterbacks since before the season, and I think I'm already regretting putting him at six in our final quarterback rankings.
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Former LSU running back Derrius Guice is the second best player at his position in the draft behind Saquan Barkley, according to Draft Wire, and his height, weight and playing style are similar Lynch's which makes him a valuable addition to the roster Day 1.
When the hype train gets moving, it's hard to temper expectations for players we really like. Sure. Was he a bit too wild? They're waiting to see if we can do it here as well. But of all the picks, available, their Round 4 pick could be the most critical.
Losing key playmakers only exacerbated present issues, rather than taking a polished product and making it look worse due to a lack of supporting cast. Phillips can play just about anywhere on the offensive line with his upper body strength and good footwork. Perhaps. Smith is a rugged inline tight end who could boost the Bears' running game as a blocker.
Utah defensive end Kyle Fitts went to the New Orleans Saints in the sixth round with the No. 189 overall pick.
Day One: Georgia's Roquan Smith is the consensus top inside linebacker, and he has been linked to the Bears in some mocks, but most talent evaluators believe he'd be a slight reach at No. 8. He's strong in all areas, dominating in the run game and continuing to improve as a pass-protector during his time at Notre Dame. A season-ending ankle injury limited him to eight games in 2017 and only five sacks.
First, who are the two most equipped offensive tackle prospects who can play both left and right?
Day Two: Currently, the Bears' only second-day pick is 39th overall, and that's too soon for Virginia's Micah Kiser, but his production is impossible to overlook.