No. 1 Pick Baker Mayfield Cleveland Browns
Baker Mayfield from OSU, in the last of his college year he won the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, and the Big 12 Championship and a spot in the 2017 College Football Playoff.
No. 2 Pick: Saquon Barkley NY Giants
He is good in the backfield and the slot position. According to his NFL draft profile he is compact frame carries muscular, powerful trunk, High tempo runner with urgent underpinnings as his core, offensive lineman’s best friend with talent to dismiss penetration with deft footwork. Same reports indicates some weaknesses. Has bouts with focus drops as pass catcher and his catch radius is limited and inconsistent at take-on blocks in pass protection.
No. 3 Sam Darnold NY Jets
He is the winner of the Rosebowl, out or USC. According to his NFl draft profile he was voted first-team All-Pac-12 by league coaches in 2017, completing 63.1 percent of his passes (303-of-480) for 4,143 yards and 26 touchdowns on the for the conference champ.He is the winner of the Rosebowl, out or USC. According to his NFl draft profile he was voted first-team All-Pac-12 by league coaches in 2017, completing 63.1 percent of his passes (303-of-480) for 4,143 yards and 26 touchdowns on the for the conference champ.
No. 4 CB Denzel Ward Cleveland Browns
From Ohio state, he earned the first-team All-American and all-conference accolades in 2017, according to the with the NFL draft profiles 37 tackles, two for loss, two interceptions, and 15 pass breakups (ranked in the top 10 in the nation). He covered Marshon lattimore when he was drafted last year as CB in Ohio State. And Lattimore had a great year with the Saints.
No. 5 Bradley Chubb to the Broncos
One of the best Defensive Ends of 2018 class. Expected to be selected in the first 10. It was expected to land in Indianapolis in the third spot, before the trade with the Jets. Still is a valuable asset in the first spots.
He has good combination of size and athleticism. Sets and holds the edge with wide base. Major disruptor who can get into gaps and drive up the field to take it off schedule
No.6 Quenton Nelson
Left elite guard of the fighting irish with outstanding size, rare power and a block finisher who can make tape room sessions uncomfortable for most opponents. According to the NFL draft profile he is technically sound and is unlikely to face a long adjustment period once he gets into the league. Nelson may need to make sure and keep his play speed high and prevent against taking his eyes off of his target when coming off the ball.
However, according to the same report he still has room for improvement in pass protection and keeping athletic rushers centered and had some injury concerns over the years.
No. 7 QB Josh Allen to the Bills
Josh Allen, QB of Wyoming, according to the NFL profile, he is the prototype frame for pocket passer. Sturdy base allows him to shake off sacks and extend plays. Rare arm strength and overall arm talent. Has variety of release points if needed. Able to thread the needle with a rocket launcher. Makes throws that no other quarterback in college can make. Excellent thrower of deep outs. Able to outpace safeties to deep sideline throw.
However he has never had completion rate higher than 56 percent in either season as a starter. Accuracy diminishes greatly when he’s forced to move his feet.
No. 8 LB Roquan Smith to the Bears
Georgia Linebacker, one o f the best in that position and leader of Georgia defense. That defense that lead them to te National Championship. He is good at diagnozing the plays, he is fast, me moves like a defensive back, so he can cover a lot of the field. Is compared with Deion Jones and is expected to be selected in the first round.
No. 9 Mike Glinchey
Last season started all 12 Started all 12 games at left tackle, helped RB Josh Adams run for over 100 yards four, part of the offensive line that paved the way for 417.6 total yards per game. According to his NFL profile, McGlinchey will need to add more strength and mass to his athletic frame in order to hold up against NFL power, but his technique and instincts are pro-ready. He could be a polarizing prospect based on inconsistencies from his tape, but he gets guys blocked at a much higher rate than he loses his rep. McGlinchey should become an early starter at either tackle position, but his ability to handle bull rushers and power at the point of attack will define the type of career he has.
No. 10 Josh Rosen to Arizona Cardinals
Out of UCLA, a pocker passer with accuracy and the west coast system. According to his NFL profile he completed 62.6 percent of his passes (283-452), throwing 26 touchdowns, and ranking second in the country with 341.5 passing yards a game (3,756 total). Impeccable footwork and delivery balance. Plays with excellent coordination between eyes and feet. Gets head around quickly on play-fakes. Has experience under center. Anchors in pocket and doesn’t creep around needlessly. Trusts his protection and doesn’t take eyes of targets when pressure mounts from the edge. However he has been critiizided for having a lack of mobility outside the pocket.