Shea Patterson is a playmaker in college but does he have the accuracy, ball placement and decision-making skills to start in the NFL?
Here we will take a look at the Northwestern Quarterback's junior year as he heads into his senior year. He looks like a Day Two prospect.
Jesse Bates is both a good run defender and a centerfielder who can play both strong and free safety but is probably more suited for free.
Orlando Brown is an imposing prospect that lacks the natural speed and technique that you are looking for in the first round tackle.
Taven Bryan is a first-round defensive tackle or a defensive end in an odd front that has the ability to bring interior pressure.
James Washington is potentially a very good possession receiver in the NFL that will probably be drafted in the early second round.
Marcus Davenport is probably the second-best edge rusher in this class with the ability to win to the edge, rip and bullrush.
Ronald Jones II has impressive speed and his burst is a homerun threat. Look for him to go in the late-first or early-second round.
Denzel Ward is the top corner in this draft. He excels with great speed in coverage and will be able to start right away. He is a top 10 pick.