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JUNE 12th / 2016

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2016 NFL Draft First Round Picks

1.17 Atlanta Falcons: S Keanu Neal, Florida

Neal is a powerful safety who loves to hit. He is a huge tackler and a great athlete. He is like having a linebacker at the safety position and while he is just OK in the passing game, he is a player that loves to make an impact on the field. He is not an elite cover defensive back so the scheme will have to be right to make him an impact player but the Falcons fans will love to watch this kid play football.


1.18 Indianapolis Colts: C Ryan Kelly, Alabama

Ryan Kelly is a tough, big center who can play any of the interior positions. He is a smart, tenacious linemen who loves to hit. He moves well and can pull effectively. He is one of those players that immediately makes an offense better and I expect him to start immediately at one of the three interior spots.


1.19 Buffalo Bills: DE Shaq Lawson, Clemson

The Bills picked up an athletic defensive end in Shaq Lawson. He is an elite athlete who loves to get after the quarterback. He can hunt down the quarterback and is an effort guy. He had some shoulder issues but is recovering nicely and he only had one good year at Clemson. He may need surgery on that shoulder after this season with a 4-6 month recovery time. He made a lot of plays in the backfield but he did have some struggles against better tackles in college. He has upside but he must improve his point of attack at the next level. He is a wait and see player but the talent is there.


1.20 New York Jets: LB Darron Lee, Ohio State

Darron Lee is a 6' and 233 pound linebacker which is undersized for the next level but his quickness / athleticism is very good and he has good instincts on the field. He is not overly physical but he has the tools to make plays all over the field. He needs to improve his play at the point of attack to be an every down linebacker but he will have value in passing situations no matter what. A good player but needs improvements to be a great one.


1.21 Houston Texans: WR Will Fuller, Notre Dame

The Texans moved up one position to select WR Will Fuller who has elite speed. His explodes out of the blocks and accelerates smoothly. He doesn't have great hands but he has a history of making big plays and he is similar to a Desean Jackson with his ability to stretch the field. He is going to be a very good pro receiver and has elite potential if he can correct his so-so hands.


1.22 Washington Redskins: WR Josh Doctson, TCU

Redskins picked up a very dependable receiver in Josh Doctson from TCU. He is an elite jumper, has good size, great hands and good instincts for the position. He has really good body control and he usually wins battles for the ball. He does not have elite speed but he has the knack for getting open. Doctson reminds me a lot of Anquan Boldin and I think this is an excellent pick for the Redskins.


1.23 Minnesota Vikings: WR Laquon Treadmill, Ole Miss

The Vikings kept the run on receivers going with the selection of Laquon Treadmill. He has good size, is fearless in traffic, has good hands and loves to block. He doesn't get a lot of separation off the line of scrimmage but is a gamer and works hard to get open. He is only a 4.60 forty guy and sometimes loses concentration while catching the ball. This is a good pick for the Vikings.


1.24 Cincinnati Bengals: CB William Jackson III, Houston

Jackson has good size and has good speed. He attacks the ball well in the air and looks confident in the passing game. He could serve to get stronger but he battles hard and will be a good addition to an already solid Bengals defense. He has the confidence to step in and immediately make an impact as a nickel cornerback, learning on the fly. Good pick.


1.25 Pittsburgh Steelers: CB Artie Burns, Miami

Burns is a burner who is a fluid runner. He has good size and good instincts for the positon. He has a real nose for the football and has made a lot of plays at the collegiate level. His instincts are not always solid and he grabs too much which will result in penalties at the pro level. He has good potential but needs some coaching up on technique, etc to be a dependable starter at the next level. He could be a good pick with hard work.


1.26 Denver Broncos: QB Paxton Lynch, Memphis

Paxton Lynch has tremendous size at 6'7 and is surprisingly nimble for a large quarterback. He is a great runner and has put up big rushing yardage but he also has had plenty of success passing with Memphis. He can run QB Powers, play action and is a hard worker. He has not spent much time in huddle or under center and has lots to learn at the next level. His blend of size and athleticism has not been seen in the NFL Draft since Cam Newton.


1.27 Green Bay Packers: DT Kenny Clark, UCLA

Kenny Clark has good size at 314 pounds and is stout against the run. He has improved in regards to getting after the quarterback as his 6 quarterback sacks showcased last year. He gets a good push off the snap of the ball and he is a powerhouse. He is very young but very talented. He could emerge as an elite player with hard work. Good pick.


1.28 San Francisco 49ers: G Joshua Garnett, Stanford

The 49ers traded up to pick up a guard in Joshua Garnett from Stanford. It was a shock that they traded up to scoop up a guard that many had as a late second round pick but Garnett will help the running game with his hard work and effort. His lack of athleticism and overall ability make it a little surprising he went this early but the 49ers obvious wanted him and time will tell if they made the right choice.


1.29 New England Patriots

The Patriots lost this pick due to Deflate Ball Scandal.


1.30 Arizona Cardinals: DT Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss

The Cardinals made a bold move to pick up Robert Nkemdiche from Ole Miss who has had some issues off the field. On the Field however, Nkemdiche is a beast. He has great quickness, great athleticism and great potential. He isn't a huge defensive tackle at only 294 pounds but he ran a 4.87 forty and has amazing strength. Joining an already strong defense is a scary thought for the rest of the league if the Cardinals can get him to clean up and only focus on football. He has star potential if he works and dedicates himself to football. He has been inconsistent through his college years and the motor has to be running all the time for him to thrive. Good pick for the Cardinals and possible steal of the draft.


1.31 Carolina Panthers: DT Vernon Butler, Louisiana Tech

The Panthers picked Vernon Butler from Louisiana Tech who has great size at 323 pounds. He has nice explosion off the ball and has perfect power from the tackle position. He makes plays, he works hard and he will have an impact on an already solid defense. He won't be a star at the next level but he does make the Panthers defense better and that is what really matters.


1.32 Seattle Seahawks: OT Germain Ifedi, Texas AM

Ifedi has great size at 324 pounds and is a surprising athlete. He has quick feet and can move the pile. He may project to guard at the next level but he is likely capable of multiple positions along the offensive line. He needs good coaching at the next level as his techniques are not terrific but his size / athleticism combination make him an intriguing pick for the Hawks.






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