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The NFL Draft for 2018 began with a surprise in the order of quarterback selection. The Cleveland Browns voted Baker Mayfield No. 1
Five quarterbacks heard their names in the opening round. Surprisingly, the clubs did not flock to offensive players in premium spots. Between running backs and wide receivers, only five players started a new chapter with a new team on Thursday. We should see that the top players of both positions start early in the second round.
As for first-rate defensive talents, a traumatized campaign of pro, health, and character issues has probably lost three familiar names on big boards. With a view to the half-full glass these prospects on Friday become high-quality picks.
Which signal caller will come next from the board? What is the best landing place for the preliminary round talents on Running Back and Wide Receiver? We will combine 10 remarkable prospects with ideal teams for the second day.
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Five quarterbacks came off the board Thursday. The whispers about Lamar Jackson's rising stock as reported by Jordan Sports' Jordan Schultz remained true. The Baltimore Ravens acted to elect him with the last selection in the first round.
Early in the drafting process, many Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph as part of the top 6 at the position.
Defenses in the Big 12 do not earn much respect, which hurts Rudolph's stock. There is also a cause for concern about his ability to operate in a pro-style attack, which requires the signal caller to go through his progress if the initial reading is not open.
At 6'5 ", 235 lbs, Rudolph holds the prototypical size of an NFL quarterback, and on some trips he has the accuracy of beating his two 1,000-yard receivers James Washington and Marcell Ateman Downfield Oklahoma Over the past three seasons, he has completed at least 62 percent of his passes as a starter.
However, there are doubts about his anticipation skills when the windows do not look as wide as the Grand Canyon.Front offices will see Rudolph as a project Quarterback for at least a year or two.
At # 77, the Cincinnati Bengals could send a subtle message to quarterback Andy Dalton, who does not earn dead money owed to him after the 2018 deadline per Spotrac no young development arm rivaling the 30-year-old after AJ McCarron was traded to the Buffalo Bills in the offseason.
Dalton was named for Three Pro Bowls selected, but the Rudolph could be the next man, when the Bengals decide to part with their veteran starter over the upcoming season.
Perfect Home: Cincinnati Bengals
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After ESPN's Adam Schefter the NFL failed to confirm the run back of Derrius Guice's report that a club asked him about a magnet for men.
Schefter sent the tweet only one day before the draft started on Thursday. Before the event, Guice spoke in frustration about question marks of his maturity.
At this point, it's just a guess as to why Guice fell into the second round. As a ball carrier, he is Day 1 talent. NFL media analyst Lance Zierlein likened his running style to Marshawn Lynch. He does not hesitate to hit holes with good visibility and ends his runs with additional yards after contact.
Guice hit his college summit during the 2016 campaign with 1,387 yards and 15 touchdowns. He fought injuries last season, but still ran 1,251 yards and 11 points on the floor.
With probably the best overall outlook still available, the Browns should not hesitate to take Guice at Pick # 33 or # 35. He would combine with Carlos Hyde and Duke Johnson, who would project back into the trio as the primary recording.
Perfect Home: Cleveland Brown's
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Ronald Jones led the team as a freshman with 987 yards. He surpassed the 1000-yard mark in the following campaign and broke out on the ground during the last season with 1,550 yards.
At 5, 11 ", 205 pounds, the teams may see him as an elusive running back, but he takes care of the football and provides adequate passport protection.
At the college level, we have not seen that Jones is heavily used as a receiver, he has only captured 32 passes 302 yards in three years on campus: An NFL coaching staff should test this part of his skills before he assumes he does not exist.
The Trojans Those who run back will not stay long on the board due to the Denver Broncos, who released CJ Anderson, their top rusher from last season.
Devontae Booker and Jones would form a solid young duo behind an offensive line Hoping with Garrett Bolles in his second year should hope that ninth-y Jared Veldheer can turn things around after a below-average year with the Cardinals assuming that Guard Ronald Lear y stays healthy, he would clear traces inside.
Perfect Home: Denver Broncos
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As a freshman, Nick Chubb took over for Todd Gurley, who suspended a lock, then his ACL, during the 2014 campaign in Georgia. After taking the starting position, he suffered a serious knee injury the following season, which shortened a promising year
Chubb returned as a junior and picked up where he left off, but looked after the injury not so explosive. In the previous campaign, the one-cut ball-bearer looked closer to his form before surgery to repair cartilage and ligaments in his knee.
While the injury story may float in the back of a general manager's mind, there is enough film to justify you choosing it early Friday. As a downhill ball carrier, he is able to grind yards in the raceways with a bit of natural light.
Due to the low productivity as a receiver, there are questions about Chubb's ability to get out of the backfield. For those in doubt, check out his freshman tape as he stepped onto the field as Gurley's backup.
Finally, like most runningbacks that come into the league, there is room for improvement in passport protection.
In 51st place, the Detroit Lions should choose the Georgia Tailback to reinforce their ground attack, which was last in the rankings
Chubb would immediately take the lead, with experienced one-cut run back LeGarrette Blount in the mix , Former runner-up Ameer Abdullah was a disappointment since he was number 54 in the league in 2015.
Perfect Home: Detroit Lions
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As Maryland's wide-out DJ Moore's stock rallied to depth, Courtland Sutton seemed hit in his projection be. Now going into day 2, he is still on the board as arguably the best view of the position. There is always room on the list for a 6 & 3 ", 218 pound pass-catcher who can pluck fierce passports out of the air.
Sutton darkened 1,000 receive yards and hit double-digit touchdown buzz in each of the He finished as the second-best pass-catcher behind Trey Quinn during the previous campaign, but there is plenty of potential to consistently lead a broader, professional-level recep- tor corps.
As soon as Rosen takes the field The secure Pocket Passer will need threat number 1. Wideout Larry Fitzgerald has extended his retirement over the past few seasons and it's time to find the next lead pass-catcher.
The Cardinals could become a talented trio in roses David Johnson and Sutton were led for several years to lead this new regime.
Perfect Home: Arizona Cardinals
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James Washington could have been the best deep-threat in the last two seasons of wide receiver in the country.
During his college student and seniors campaigns, James intersected a shadow more than 20 yards per catch. He also logged at least 10 touchdowns in each of the last three seasons.
On the other side of the coin, there is a lingering criticism of the Big 12 defense, which also plagued Rudolph, his quarterback for the last four years. On tape, Washington does not show much speed or a varied route tree. The restrictions can lead to a problem at the separation on a professional level.
As a potential profound threat with reliable hands, Washington would fit the Baltimore Ravens who lost to Mike Wallace during the off-season. According to NFL reporter Ed Werder free agent Wideout Dez Bryant rejected a multiyear offer from the team.
Washington would expand the field for a club still seeking to add assets in the temporary game.
Perfect Home: Baltimore Ravens
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19659003] Unfortunately, the design by Maurice Hurst fell after medical examinations resulted a heart disease in the NFL Scouting Combine.
Although Hurst got permission to attend Michigan Day, the questions about his long-term health remained. Whether fair or otherwise, front offices do not have to stop further than Nick Fairley's situation with a heart problem on the former Wolverine.
No reports have linked Hurst and Fairley with similarities, but every time there is a question A player's heart disease is an important issue. The Michigan product knew about the matter as a newcomer to the program. Nevertheless, he has never missed a game because of complications.
The Oakland Raiders need an Interior Disruptor in the middle. They would probably land the best 3-tech defensive attack in this class.
Hurst shows a quick first step after the click. Despite bumping into the size of the Michigan product at 6 ½ ", 292 pounds, it's hard to argue with production against top competition." His college resume shows ability as a pass rusher with 10.5 sacks in the last two seasons
At best, Hurst enjoys a long NFL career, for Silver and Black it's a second-round stealing.
Perfect Home: Oakland Raiders
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Defensive tackle Da & # 39; Shawn Hand has seen the field every four years in Alabama, which says a lot when you look at the steady stream of NFL talent at the front to reach the passers-by or thwart the run.
In the game by hand, there is an innate instinct as a defender who can position himself as a defensive 5-technique end or as a center-back on four-man fronts. It's fair to say more on a professional level to expect him ( 19659004) He would have to fall into the third round to reach an ideal place with the New York Giants in 66th place. In addition to Damon Harrison and Dalvin Tomlinson, another former Crimson Tide defensive lineman, Hand would complete a strong front for defense coordinator James Bettcher.
Big Blue might find it difficult to find an opponent with Olivier Vernon, but hand would be a fitting addition to the defensive ditches.
Perfect Home: New York Giants
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It's not a massive slide, but it's somewhat surprising to see Harold Landry on the board too see in round 2, especially with the lack of pass-rushing talent in this class.
Landry put his best year on tape as a sophomore when he led the country in 16.5 sacks. In the same season he took 22 tackles for a loss and forced seven Fumbles. An ankle injury injured his entire production as a junior, but the Boston College project managed to dismiss the quarterback five times.
The Boston College Project has a natural ability to reach the quarterback with various pass-rush techniques. At 6'2 ", 252 pounds, he can bring power to his persecution, and he's also agile enough to walk around or intervene between offensive linemen to collapse the bag.
The Chicago Bears need someone over Leonard Floyd of Rand General Manager Ryan Pace selected linebacker Roquan Smith on Thursday night as # 8, but he's more of a defender on the sideline, and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio can unleash Landry on opposing quarterbacks.
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Last year, the teams with Arden Key might have been comfortable with the first-round talent as he messed things up in the second year backfields of the opponents with 11 sacks and 12.5 tackles for the loss.
However, after the time away from the LSU, an off-season shoulder surgery and a 238-pound weigh in the combine, he i St a day 2 goal in a weak position. 19659004] With a bit more volume, Key was able to make an instant impact on Week 1 as a rotating Pass Rusher. Despite a relatively average junior campaign, his freshman and college student tape has the potential to become a 3-4 outside linebacker in the pros.
The Tennessee Titans would not have to start Key immediately with veterans Brian Orakpo and Derrick Morgan, who start from the outside as primary pass rushers. Nevertheless, both players are a good example of the LSU product that comes with red flags in the league.
Perfect Home: Tennessee Titans