While NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah said last week that he could see Davis being selected in the first round, ESPN draft experts Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr. differ on that viewpoint of the former Tigers All-American.
Although the Raiders signed Tahir Whitehead this offseason, they'd be smart to find an upgrade over Cory James to play alongside Whitehead and Bruce Irvin.
In their latest mock, they have the Panthers trading up in the second round with the Raiders in order to get their hands on Oklahoma State wide receiver James Washington. For the New York Giants, drafting Barkley would instantaneously improve the offense and provide the team with a young leader to carry a team into the 2018 season. He gave up his final year of eligibility to enter the NFL Draft early.
"(They could take) Dallas Goedert, the tight end from South Dakota State, who I really like", Kiper said, "(and) they could come back with Nwosu in round 2". You don't want to miss out on any BREAKING news! He'll jump over you.
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Because the Cowboys' group of receivers was so inexperienced in 2017, no doubt a factor in the passing game's struggles, they all still have remaining eligibility at Wyoming with which to prove critics wrong. You can spread him out in the slot.
"The thing is, he's a complete back. I think that's what makes it special". Josh Rosen is too much of a free-thinker. In accordance to that fact, the running back often averaged about 15 rushes per-game - far less than a normal National Football League work-horse back. Barkley was recently spotted wearing a Giants sweatshirt and has hinted at liking the idea of being with the team. That's what I'm told their emphasis is. Darnold has the fewest question marks of them all, so it makes sense.
"The talent is there". NY hasn't had a truly dominant running back in some time, and the idea of locking up a potential franchise-changer with this pick has to be enticing, even if drafting running backs high is routinely considered a bad bet. He is 6'5, 230 pounds, with a cannon for an arm and decent mobility (4.75 40). He'll pass protect, and he'll catch the ball out of the backfield.
South Squad Kyle Lauletta, of Richmond, during the South's team practice Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018, in Mobile, Ala., for Saturday's Senior Bowl NCAA college football game.