Every NFL Draft class is different, filled with more talent at some positions than others. The 2019 NFL Draft class as a whole is solid, but there are certain positions that we will see a run on due to the immense talent. We’ll also see players pushed up the board because of a lack of overall talent and depth at other positions. So which positions in this year’s class are loaded with top-end talent, which have impressive depth, which are so-so, and which are worrisome?

1. Interior defensive line

  • It’s a rare year for interior defensive lineman with three being consensus top 10 players in Quinnen Williams, Ed Oliver, and Jeffery Simmons. That automatically makes this group top-heavy, but it’s more than just potential All-Pro talent. Outside of the big three there are a handful of other instant impact players who could be long-term difference makers. It’s not unrealistic to say up to seven interior defensive linemen may end up in the first-round of this years NFL Draft. Even past the potential Pro Bowlers there’s multiple starters to be found on Day 2 of the draft. On top of the potential seven first-round IDLs there are another five guys who are essentially locks in the second and third-round. The depth gets even better on Day 3 in terms of rotational players with upside. All in all, we could see over 20 interior defensive linemen drafted.
All-Pro Talent:
  • Quinnen Williams, Alabama
  • Ed Oliver, Houston
  • Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame
  • Christian Wilkins, Clemson
  • Charles Omenihu, Texas
  • Dexter Lawrence, Clemson
NFL Starters:
  • Gerald Willis, Miami
  • Renell Wren, Arizona State
  • Daylon Mack, Texas A&M
  • Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois
  • Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State
NFL Contributors:
  • Isaiah Buggs, Alabama
  • Michael Dogbe, Temple
  • Marquise Copeland, Cincinnati
  • Trysten Hill, UCF
  • Armon Watts, Arkansas
  • Daniel Wise, Kansas
  • Albert Huggins, Clemson
  • Kingsley Keke, Texas A&M
  • Youhanna Ghaifan, Wyoming
  • Terry Beckner, Missouri
Make a Roster:
  • Greg Gaines, Washington
  • Ricky Walker, Virginia Tech
  • Cortez Broughton, Cincinnati
  • Ed Alexander, LSU
  • Andrew Williams, Auburn
  • Kevin Givens, Penn State
  • Dontavius Russell, Auburn
  • Bryan Mone, Michigan
  • Chris Slayton, Syracuse
  • DeMarcus Christmas, Florida State
Super Sleeper:
  • Trevon Sanders, Troy

2. Edge rusher

  • Just like with the interior defensive line group the edge rushers in this class have perennial Pro Bowl talent, but also the depth to produce consistent playmakers in all three days of the draft. Overall if you need a defensive lineman this is the year to grab one. Although, some of the edge rushers are being overhyped, it’s still a fantastic group. Both Nick Bosa and Brian Burns are top 10 players in this class and have the ability to be constant game changers. Those two along with Josh Allen, Clelin Ferrell, Montez Sweat, and Rashan Gary all feel like first-round locks at this point. There’s a good chance up to 12 edge rushers are selected between Day 1 and 2. Even into Day 3 there are a handful of potential starters/contributors and it’s not a stretch to think up to 25 get drafted.
All-Pro Talent:
  • Nick Bosa, Ohio State
  • Brian Burns, Florida State
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Josh Allen, Kentucky
  • Jachai Polite, Florida
  • Clelin Ferrell, Clemson
  • Montez Sweat, Mississippi State
NFL Starters:
  • Chase Winovich, Michigan
  • Rashan Gary, Michigan
  • Christian Miller, Alabama
  • Zach Allen, Boston College
  • LJ Collier, TCU
  • Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan
  • Malik Reed, Nevada
  • Ben Banogu, TCU
  • Joe Jackson, Miami
  • Anthony Nelson, Iowa
NFL Contributors:
  • Oshane Ximinies, Old Dominion
  • Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech
  • Shareef Miller, Penn State
  • Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia
  • Justin Hollins, Oregon
  • Jalen Jelks, Oregon
  • Byron Cowart, Maryland
  • D’Andre Walker, Georgia
  • Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma State
Make a Roster:
  • CeCe Jefferson, Florida
  • Kyle Phillips, Tennessee
  • Landis Durham, Texas A&M
  • Porter Gustin, USC
  • Carl Granderson, Wyoming
  • Wyatt Ray, Boston College
  • Darryl Johnson, North Carolina A&T
  • Austin Bryant, Clemson
  • Jamal Davis, Akron
  • Gerri Green, Mississippi State
Super Sleeper:
  • Denzil Ware, Jacksonville State

3. Wide receiver

  • Even though there might only be one wide receiver taken in the first-round (DK Metcalf), the class as a whole is impressive. It’s not full of potential Pro Bowlers like the 2020 class will be, but there’s a wild amount of depth and well over 20 receivers who could end up starters. Metcalf is the stud of the group, but more than 10 receivers could end up going between the first two rounds of the draft. There’s many different types of pass catchers in this group who can fill roles in many different offenses. Watching how the wide receiver group is drafted might end up being one of the most entertaining parts of the draft due to the differing opinions on these guys. One thing is for sure, tons of receivers from this class will be drafted and many of them will be long-time impact players.
All-Pro Talent:
  • DK Metcalf, Ole Miss
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • N’Keal Harry, Arizona State
NFL Starters:
  • Deebo Samuel, South Carolina
  • Kelvin Harmon, North Carolina State
  • DaMarkus Lodge, Ole Miss
  • Hollywood Brown, Oklahoma
  • Antoine Wesley, Texas Tech
  • Riley Ridley, Georgia
  • Hakeem Butler, Iowa State
  • AJ Brown, Ole Miss
  • Mecole Hardman, Georgia
  • Andy Isabella, UMass
  • Anthony Ratliff-Williams, North Carolina
  • KeeSean Johnson, Fresno State
  • Terry McLaurin, Ohio State
  • Emanuel Hall, Missouri
  • Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska
  • Parris Campbell, Ohio State
  • JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford
  • Hunter Renfrow, Clemson
  • Jakobi Meyers, North Carolina State
NFL Contributors:
  • Preston Williams, Colorado State
  • Greg Dortch, Wake Forest
  • Miles Boykin, Notre Dame
  • Tyre Brady, Marshall
  • Dillon Mitchell, Oregon
  • Penny Hart, Georgia State
  • Keelan Doss, UC Davis
  • Diontae Johnson, Toledo
  • Jalen Hurd, Baylor
  • Anthony Johnson, Buffalo
  • David Sills V, West Virginia
  • Olamide Zaccheaus, Virginia
  • Cody Thompson, Toledo
  • Travis Fulgham Old Dominion
Make a Roster:
  • Felton Davis, Michigan State
  • Jamal Custis, Syracuse
  • Johnnie Dixon, Ohio State
  • Gary Jennings, West Virginia
  • Darius Slayton, Auburn
  • Terry Godwin, Georgia
  • Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State
  • Vic Wharton, Cal
  • John Ursua, Hawaii
  • Emmanuel Butler, Northern Arizona
  • Jon’Vea Johnson, Toledo
  • Olabisi Johnson, Colorado State
  • Kelvin McKnight, Samford
  • Lil’Jordan Humphrey, Texas
  • Jaylen Smith, Louisville
  • Dredrick Snelson, UCF
  • Davion Davis, Sam Houston State
  • Trevon Brown, East Carolina
  • James Gardner, Miami (OH)
  • Ryan Davis, Auburn
Super Sleeper:
  • Papi White, Ohio

4. Offensive tackle

  • This is a strong offensive tackle class at the top. There’s likely going to be five offensive tackles off the board in the first-round. If all goes right both Jonah Williams and Jawaan Taylor will end up in the top 10 while Cody Ford and Andre Dillard go in the teens and Dalton Risner goes in the back half of the first. All five of them will start from day one. After that there’s a bit of a drop to the next tier of tackles with only five more likely to go in rounds two and three. The Day 3 depth however helps the tackle class with at least 10 more likely to get drafted. It’s a top-heavy group talent wise and thins out, but the guys at the top are about as talented a group as we’ve seen in awhile.
All-Pro Talent:
  • Jonah Williams, Alabama
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Jawaan Taylor, Florida
  • Cody Ford, Oklahoma
  • Dalton Risner, Kansas State
  • Andre Dillard, Washington State
NFL Starters:
  • Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia
  • David Edwards, Wisconsin
  • Greg Little, Ole Miss
  • Kaleb McGary, Washington
  • Chuma Edoga, USC
  • Tytus Howard, Alabama State
  • Dennis Daley, South Carolina
  • Bobby Evans, Oklahoma
NFL Contributors:
  • Max Scharping, Northern Illinois
  • Tyree St. Louis, Miami
  • William Sweet, North Carolina
  • Donnell Greene, Minnesota
  • Tyler Roemer, San Diego State
  • Isaiah Prince, Ohio State
  • Oli Udoh, Elon
Make a Roster:
  • Mitch Hyatt, Clemson
  • Martez Ivey, Florida
  • Calvin Anderson, Texas
  • Ethan Greenidge, Villanova
  • Paul Adams, Missouri
  • Ryan Pope, San Diego State
Super Sleeper:
  • Daniel Cooney, San Diego

5. Tight end

  • It’s rare to find a top-end talented group of tight ends in a draft class. It just doesn’t happen that frequently, look at how bad last year’s class was. This year though, it’s for real. Led by the Iowa tight end duo of TJ Hockenson and Noah Fant. Both of them are top 20 players and should be first-round locks. Irv Smith Jr. follows them as a likely early Day 2 pick and an instant impact player. Dawson Knox and Jace Sternberger could go anywhere from mid-second-round to mid-third-round, but both should be long-term starters. That’s an impressive group, especially with Kahale Warring quietly rising up boards. After that there’s a drop, but plenty of tight ends who will go Day 3 and find a role in the league. Over 20 tight ends from this class should make an NFL roster.
All-Pro Talent:
  • TJ Hockenson, Iowa
  • Noah Fant, Iowa
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Irv Smith Jr., Alabama
  • Dawson Knox, Ole Miss
  • Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M
NFL Starters:
  • Kahale Warring, San Diego State
NFL Contributors:
  • Isaac Nauta, Georgia
  • Dax Raymond, Utah State
  • Caleb Wilson, UCLA
  • Trevon Wesco, West Virginia
  • Alize Mack, Notre Dame
  • Foster Moreau, LSU
  • Tommy Sweeney, Boston College
Make a Roster:
  • Kaden Smith, Stanford
  • Josh Oliver, San Jose State
  • Drew Sample, Washington
  • Zach Gentry, Michigan
  • Donald Parham, Stetson
  • Keenen Brown, Texas State
  • Kendall Blanton, Missouri
  • Andrew Beck, Texas
Super Sleeper:
  • Jerome Washington, Rutgers

6. Interior offensive line

  • This interior offensive line class has quietly been moving up as a position group in the 2019 NFL Draft. Having a complete stud and top 10 prospect in Garrett Bradbury has certainly helped the group overall. Bradbury is the only first-round lock in the group, but he’s as sure of a sure thing as there is in the draft. After him it’s likely Chris Lindstrom, Erik McCoy, and Michael Deiter go in the second-round and all are plug-and-play starters. Between the third and fifth-round we should see 11 more IOLs taken and all are potential starters in the league. It’s a very solid group in the middle. In the later rounds there’s not many likely draft picks in the group, but a lot of these guys are going to end up with a shot to make an NFL roster.
All-Pro Talent:
  • Garrett Bradbury, North Carolina State
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Chris Lindstrom, Boston College
  • Erik McCoy, Texas A&M
  • Michael Deiter, Wisconsin
NFL Starters:
  • Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State
  • Dru Samia, Oklahoma
  • Michael Jordan, Ohio State
  • Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin
  • Ben Powers, Oklahoma
  • Phil Haynes, Wake Forest
  • Lamont Gaillard, Georgia
  • Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas
  • Alex Bars, Notre Dame
  • Tyler Jones, North Carolina State
  • Nate Davis, Charlotte
NFL Contributors:
  • Chandler Brewer, Middle Tennessee State
  • Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama
  • Tariq Cole, Rutgers
  • Fred Johnson, Florida
  • Connor McGovern, Penn State
Make a Roster:
  • Nate Herbig, Stanford
  • Ryan Anderson, Wake Forest
  • Andre James, UCLA
  • Wes Martin, Indiana
  • Javon Patterson, Ole Miss
  • Jesse Burkett, Stanford
  • Terrone Prescod, North Carolina State
  • Garrett Brumfield, LSU
  • David Beedle, Michigan State
  • Brandon Fanaika, Stanford
  • Ryan Bates, Penn State
Super Sleeper:
  • Josh Keenoy, Western Michigan

7. Cornerback

  • Depending on who you ask this group could be higher. Truly, there’s only one cornerback who deserves a first-round grade in the group and that’s Byron Murphy. Murphy should end up going top 20 and he could be joined in the first-round by any of Greedy Williams, Deandre Baker, Rock Ya-Sin, and Amani Oruwariye. After the top five there’s some discrepancy on who will go before Day 3. As many as 14 cornerbacks could go in the first three-rounds and it’s very dependent on scheme fit. Guys like Justin Layne, Sean Bunting, Trayvon Mullen, Jamel Dean, Isaiah Johnson, and Lonnie Johnson could go anywhere on the first two days and that’ll shape the way the corner group plays out overall. Like the receiver class this is a group that’ll make the draft extremely exciting. There’s a good chance over 25 cornerbacks end up getting drafted this year.
All-Pro Talent:
  • Byron Murphy, Washington
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Greedy Williams, LSU
  • Deandre Baker, Georgia
  • Rock Ya-Sin, Temple
  • Amani Oruwariye, Penn State
NFL Starters:
  • Justin Layne, Michigan State
  • Tim Harris, Virginia
  • Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt
  • David Long, Michigan
  • Michael Jackson, Miami
  • Sean Bunting, Central Michigan
  • Trayvon Mullen, Clemson
  • Jamel Dean, Auburn
NFL Contributors:
  • Mark Fields, Clemson
  • Isaiah Johnson, Houston
  • Derrick Baity, Kentucky
  • Lonnie Johnson, Kentucky
  • Kris Boyd, Texas
  • Iman Marshall, USC
  • Jordan Brown, South Dakota State
  • Ken Webster, Ole Miss
  • Kendall Sheffield, Ohio State
Make a Roster:
  • Jamal Peters, Mississippi State
  • Montre Hartage, Northwestern
  • Saivion Smith, Alabama
  • Davante Davis, Texas
  • Jordan Miller, Washington
  • Rashad Fenton, South Carolina
  • Xavier Crawford, Central Michigan
  • Donnie Lewis, Tulane
  • Blace Brown, Troy
  • Derrek Thomas, Baylor
  • Alijah Holder, Stanford
  • Ka’Dar Hollman, Toledo
Super Sleeper:
  • Justin Clifton, Arkansas State

8. Safety

  • Honestly, it hurts the safety class overall by splitting nickels into their own position, but a nickel is its own position. The safety class is interesting because the top eight seem to be set in stone, but the top six of that eight could go in almost any order. Between Nasir Adderley, Darnell Savage, Johnathan Abram, and Taylor Rapp one of them is likely to end up in the first-round. With those four, Juan Thornhill and Deionte Thompson are part of that top six, all of them should go in the first two rounds. In the third-round it’ll likely only be Will Harris and then the early fourth-round it’ll be Malik Gant. After that there’s up 21 other safeties who could be drafted and the order is up in the air. Plenty of these guys will make a team for their special teams upside, but not all of them will be drafted.
All-Pro Talent:
  • None
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Nasir Adderley, Delaware
  • Darnell Savage, Maryland
NFL Starters:
  • Juan Thornhill, Virginia
  • Deionte Thompson, Alabama
  • Taylor Rapp, Washington
  • Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State
  • Will Harris, Boston College
NFL Contributors:
  • Malik Gant, Marshall
  • Marquise Blair, Utah
  • Jaquan Johnson, Miami
  • Lukas Denis, Boston College
  • Adarius Pickett, UCLA
  • Delvon Randall, Temple
  • Andrew Wingard, Wyoming
  • Saquan Hampton, Rutgers
  • Khari Willis, Michigan State
  • Jah’Shawn Johnson, Texas Tech
Make a Roster:
  • D’Cota Dixon, Wisconsin
  • Mike Bell, Fresno State
  • Jonathan Crawford, Indiana
  • Cameron Glenn, Wake Forest
  • Garrett Davis, Houston
  • Marvell Tell, USC
  • Donovan Wilson, Texas A&M
  • Darius West, Kentucky
Super Sleeper:
  • Tyree Kinnel, Michigan

9. Nickel

  • Yes, nickel is its own position because it’s not a cornerback and it’s not a safety and the nickel defense is now every NFL teams base defense. With that being said, it’s a far weaker group this year than last year. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson leads the way as as the only potential first-round pick in the group. In Day 2 only three more nickels are likely to have a chance at being picked with Julian Love, Amani Hooker, and maybe Sheldrick Redwine. The fourth-round is the sweet spot for guys like Ugo Amadi and Mike Edwards. After those top six though, it’s pretty much just depth players and nobody with true starting upside. Jimmy Moreland would be the one to watch as a potential developmental starter. There’s a good chance only nine nickels end up being drafted.
All-Pro Talent:
  • None
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida
NFL Starters:
  • Julian Love, Notre Dame
  • Amani Hooker, Iowa
  • Sheldrick Redwine, Miami
  • Ugo Amadi, Oregon
  • Mike Edwards, Kentucky
NFL Contributors:
  • Hamp Cheevers, Boston College
  • Evan Worthington, Colorado
  • Jimmy Moreland, James Madison
Make a Roster:
  • Jalen Young, FAU
  • Clifton Duck, Appalachian State
  • Ryan Pulley, Arkansas
  • Jeremy McDuffie, Duke
  • Duke Shelley, Kansas State
Super Sleeper:
  • Mazzi Wilkins, South Florida

10. Running back

  • After back-to-back years of borderline legendary running back classes, the 2019 group is underwhelming. There might not be a single first-round pick in the class, but if there is it’ll be Josh Jacobs in the back half. After Jacobs the only sure second-round picks are David Montgomery and Darrell Henderson. Rodney Anderson’s injury history will likely push him to Day 3. Depending on fit the foursome of Damien Harris, Devine Ozigbo, Devin Singletary, and Justice Hill could end up in the third-round, but none are guaranteed. Running backs just aren’t that valuable and on Day 3 teams are going to find contributors. Overall 20+ running backs will probably be drafted and 30+ will probably make a roster, but outside of Jacobs, Montgomery, and Henderson there might not be any other true starters. Luckily for the NFL, the 2020 RB class is loaded.
All-Pro Talent:
  • None
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Josh Jacobs, Alabama
  • David Montgomery, Iowa State
  • Darrell Henderson, Memphis
  • Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma
NFL Starters:
  • Damien Harris, Alabama
  • Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska
  • Devin Singletary, FAU
NFL Contributors:
  • Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M
  • Justice Hill, Iowa State
  • James Williams, Washington State
  • Elijah Holyfield, Georgia
  • Darwin Thompson, Utah State
  • Myles Gaskin, Washington
  • Miles Sanders, Penn State
  • Dexter Williams, Notre Dame
  • Travis Homer, Miami
  • Benny Snell, Kentucky
  • Karan Higdon, Michigan
  • Mike Weber, Ohio State
  • Ryquell Armstead, Temple
  • Alexander Mattison, Boise State
  • Wes Hills, Slippery Rock
  • Darrin Hall, Pittsburgh
  • LJ Scott, Michigan State
  • Bryce Love, Stanford
  • Alex Barnes, Kansas State
  • Tony Pollard, Memphis
Make a Roster:
  • Qadree Ollison, Pittsburgh
  • Jacques Patrick, Florida State
  • Matt Colburn, Wake Forest
  • Bruce Anderson, North Dakota State
  • Damarea Crockett, Missouri
  • Nick Brossette, LSU
  • Jordan Scarlett, Florida
  • Ty Johnson, Maryland
  • Patrick Laird, Cal
  • Jordan Ellis, Virginia
  • Darnell Woolfolk, Army
  • Kerrith Whyte Jr., FAU
  • Jalin Moore, Appalachian State
Super Sleeper:
  • Warren Wand, Arkansas State

11. Quarterback

  • It’s rare that a QB class is actually one of the best overall and deepest position groups. Quarterbacks are just impossible to find; that’s why last years’ class was so rare. With the NFL constantly needing QBs it’ll always force teams to overdraft them. It’s more likely than not that four QBs go in the first-round. Kyler Murray is without a doubt worth a first-round pick, Dwayne Haskins is worth one too for what he could be, but Drew Lock and Daniel Jones are third-round talents who are being pushed up due to positional value. After that Brett Rypien, Tyree Jackson, Jordan Ta’amu, and Will Grier could all go between the third and fourth-round as potential developmental types. Joining those eight are Easton Stick, Gardner Minshew, Jarrett Stidham, Ryan Finley, and Clayton Thorson as potential draft picks. Murray and Haskins make sense in the first-round and Rypien in the third, but everybody else could be way over or under drafted.
All-Pro Talent:
  • Kyler Murray, Oklahoma
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State
NFL Starters:
  • Drew Lock, Missouri
  • Brett Rypien, Boise State
  • Daniel Jones, Duke
NFL Contributors:
  • Tyree Jackson, Buffalo
  • Jordan Ta’amu, Ole Miss
  • Easton Stick, North Dakota State
  • Will Grier, West Virginia
  • Gardner Minshew, Washington State
Make a Roster:
  • Ryan Finley, North Carolina State
  • Jarrett Stidham, Auburn
  • Clayton Thorson, Northwestern
  • Kyle Shurmur, Vanderbilt
  • Manny Wilkins, Arizona State
Super Sleeper:
  • Taryn Christion, South Dakota State

12. Linebacker

  • The 2018 linebacker class was a thing of beauty… the 2019 class however is disappointing. Devin White will be the first one off the board and he has loads of potential, but he’s being overhyped for what he could be and not what he is, he needs tons of development. Devin Bush is the surest thing in the group and wont get past the 20th After the Devin’s only Blake Cashman is worth a second-round pick. Into the third-round it’s a lot of unknowns with questions right now which could cause any of them to fall into Day 3. Mack Wilson, Drue Tranquill, Jahlani Tavai, Germaine Pratt, Vosean Joseph, Terrill Hanks, and Bobby Okereke could go anywhere from the 60s to outside of the top 100. It’s likely only five or six linebackers go in the first three rounds and less than 20 are drafted.
All-Pro Talent:
  • None
Pro Bowl Talent:
  • Devin White, LSU
  • Devin Bush, Michigan
  • Blake Cashman, Minnesota
NFL Starters:
  • Mack Wilson, Alabama
  • Drue Tranquill, Notre Dame
  • Jahlani Tavai, Hawaii
  • Germaine Pratt, North Carolina State
  • Vosean Joseph, Florida
  • Terrill Hanks, New Mexico State
  • Bobby Okereke, Stanford
  • Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington
  • Kendall Joseph, Clemson
  • Joe Giles-Harris, Duke
  • David Long Jr., West Virginia
NFL Contributors:
  • Josiah Tauaefa, UTSA
  • Dre Greenlaw, Arkansas
  • Ty Summers, TCU
  • Emeke Egbule, Houston
  • Gary Johnson, Texas
  • Malik Carney, North Carolina
  • Sione Takitaki, BYU
  • Cameron Smith, USC
  • Chase Hansen, Utah
  • Andrew Van Ginkel, Wisconsin
Make a Roster:
  • Khalil Hodge, Buffalo
  • Cole Holcomb, North Carolina
  • Dakota Allen, Texas Tech
  • Deshaun Davis, Auburn
  • Jeffrey Allison, Fresno State
  • Te’Von Coney, Notre Dame
  • Azeez Al-Shaair, FAU
  • Sutton Smith, Northern Illinois
  • TJ Edwards, Wisconsin
  • Ryan Connelly, Wisconsin
  • Ulysees Gilbert, Akron
Super Sleeper:
  • BJ Blunt, McNeese State

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I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.
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Vice President of Media | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.

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