20. John Ross, Washington, Wide receiver
He ran a record 4.22 combine 40 yard dash but he’s not just straight line speed. He has a great catch radius and adjusts as well as any to the deep ball. this guy is a game changer and will be an impact player day one.
19. Dalvin Cook, FSU, Running back
He has to get over some red flags, injuries and an inability to always hold on to the football is going to be the big question mark. If he can overcome those then his home run threat and pass catching ability out of the back field will carry him through.
18. Takk McKinley, UCLA, Line-backer
This guy plays with more effort than anyone else in this draft. he gets to the quarterback with his speed and athleticism and as a sleeper pick he continues to rise up draft boards. I think he could be a top 15 pick to the right team.
17. Deshaun Watson, Clemson, Quarterback
He has shown that he can win at every level. His experience and command of the offense will make him attractive to a lot of teams as well as his intangibles. The only concern is that his accuracy can get a little off which has led to some picks.
16. David Njoku, Miami, Tight end
He has great quickness in the interior so is going to be a great pick for a team that needs to beat line-backers and safeties. He is also an underrated player with his hand in the dirt but I wouldn’t ask him to do it too often.
15. Deshone Kizer, Notre Dame, Quarterback
He’s my top quarterback available in this draft with a prototypical frame and a big arm he has the highest ceiling and should be a solid pro. He just needs to get over some immaturities and inconsistencies that have led to picks.
14. Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky, Guard
He played tackle in college but will kick inside at the next level and should be a pro bowl player. He is perfect technically and tested really well at the combine. 14 is never too high to take a guard just ask the Dallas Cowboys and Zack Martin.
13. O.J Howard, Alabama, Tight end
He is the best tight end available in the draft and had a great trip to Indy with some insane combine numbers. His soft hands and ability to run great routes could see him even sneak into the top 10 as a mismatch nightmare in the NFL.
12. Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin, Tackle
Dominated at every level with his power and underrated lateral movement. He might need some time at right tackle to acclimatise to the NFL but I think he ends up being a 10 year starter at a high level.
11. Sidney Jones, Washington, Cornerback
A great competitor and show top level technical ability that you don’t usually see at this level. He has excellent coverage skills and good ball skills when it comes to the 50/50. He might slide because of his test scores but in terms of talent he should be a top 10 guy.