New England Patriots

(32) N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona St

(45) Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt

(77) Chase Winovich, DE, Michigan

(87) Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

(101) Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia

(118) Hjalte Froholdt, OG, Arkansas

(133) Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn

(159) Byron Cowhart, DT, Maryland

(163) Jake Bailey, P, Stanford

(252) Ken Webster, CB, Mississippi

 

UDFA

WR Jakobi Meyers, NC State

WR Xavier Ubosi, UAB

OT Calvin Anderson, Texas

Malik Gant, DB, Marshall

Tyree St. Louis, OL, Miami

Andrew Beck, TE, Texas

Terez Hall, LB, Missouri

Tyler Gauthier, OL, Miami

Ryan Davis, WR, Auburn


 

 

 

Belichick's drafts are really hit or miss despite being the GOAT head coach. This year's class might buck that trend. I feel like the Pats got terrific value and talent all the way through the draft. WR Harry is a clutch playmaker and yac guy that could be Bill's first drafted star WR. He excels with the ball in his hands and steps up to the moment consistently. He's something like a cross between Edleman and Aaron Hernandez.

 

CB Williams could make fans forget bust Eric Rowe right quick. He's big, tall and has great quickness. He similar to Rowe but has much better instincts and anticipation. DE Winovich in the 3rd was just stealing money. At worst he's another Ninkovich but could be even more than that.

 

OL Cajuste and Froholdt are solid developmental OL that could be eventual starters. QB Stidham has every tool you want in a 1st round QB but just didn't play well as a senior, struggling with accuracy, pressure and consistency. DE Cowart is a solid bet to be a good contributor; he's an ideal scheme fit. UDFA WR Meyers kind of grows on you the more you watch him. He's got size, hands and does more after the catch than you expect.

 

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Miami Dolphins

(13) Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

(78) Michael Deiter, OG, Wisconsin

(151) Andrew Van Ginkel, OLB, Wisconsin

(202) Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio St 

(233) Chandler Cox, RB, Auburn

(234) Myles Gaskin, RB, Washington 

 

 

UDFA

LB Terrill Hanks, New Mexico St

DE Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia

WR Trenton Irwin, Stanford

WR Preston Williams, Colorado St
CB Montre Hartage, Northwestern
OL  Ryan Anderson, Wake Forest
CB Nik Needham, UTEP
OG Shaq Calhoun, Mississippi St

OL Aaron Monteiro, BC

 

 

 

 

Flores new regime decided on targeting the front lines on both sides of the ball to start things off. DT Wilkins is a foundational player that, similar to Clelin Ferrell, sets the tone for your organization going forward. He also fits a major need upfront. He's a little undersized but can be stout when he needs to and slippery when he's rushing.

 

OG Deiter's not pretty but is an angry people mover upfront. Also filling a major need, he'll step right in as a rookie. LB Van Ginkel was a head scratcher. He's flashed for sure but never really put together a strong stretch at Wisconsin where you could project him as a solid starting LB. That said, he's similar to the multi faceted guys NE has effectively used as moveable chess pieces that play everywhere.

 

OT Prince has plenty of highlight pancakes on film but also plenty of terrible lowlights as well. He's strictly a depth/developmental guy. Cox is a solid FB prospect.

 

I think RB Gaskins could be a serious steal. He's a well rounded guy that has burst and vision. The Dolphins UDFA's are a solid class of guys that I think could've easily been drafted. OL Calhoun, DB Hartage, DE Ledbetter, LB Hanks and WR Williams should all earn spots.

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Buffalo Bills

(9) Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

(38) Cody Ford, OG, Oklahoma

(74) Devin Singletary, RB, FAU

(96) Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss

(147) Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida

(181) Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami

(225) Darryl Johnson, DE, UNC

(228) Tommy Sweeney, TE, BC

 

UDFA

QB Tyree Jackson, UB

WR Nick Easley,  Iowa

LB Juwan Foggie, Charlotte

WR Davis Sills, West Virginia

OT Blake Hance, Northwestern

 

 

Bills arguably took the most explosive player on the defensive side of the ball in this class in Oliver. He's a lightening rod of a player even if he's not always the most productive. He fills a need and fits as an identity maker for a solid defense. OL Ford is a solid upside OL that excelled at run blocking and has the potential to play inside or out. I think he's a bit of a tweener but he just adds talent to a group that the Bills have already solidly upgraded.

 

RB Singletary was one of my favorite prospects and plays a lot like LeSean McCoy. He's not near as strong but he could improve his leg drive in time. Knox fills a giant need at TE and could contribute right away. He was overlooked and underused at Ole Miss. LB Joseph is a big time upside guy that could be coached up into a star.

 

SS Johnson is a pound for pound tough player that can tackle and is a ballhawk. If not for poor testing he would've gone much higher; he's a great prospect to stash and develop. TE Sweeney is solid value in the 7th. DE Johnson is a small school early entrant with monster production and another solid late flier. UDFA WR Sills was considered draftable and should stick. Monster project QB Tyree Jackson is a raw version of Allen and could be an intriguing back up.

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New York Jets

(3) Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama

(68) Jachai Polite, DE, Florida

(92) Chuma Edoga, OT, USC 

(121) Trevon Wesco, TE, West Virginia  

(157) Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota 

(196) Blessaun Austin, CB, Rutgers 

 

 

 

UDFA

WR Greg Dortch, Wake Forest

S John Battle, LSU

CB Kyron Brown, Akron

S Santos Ramirez, Arkansas

RB Jalin Moore, Appalachian St
OG Wyatt Miller, Central Florida


 

 

 

Williams was considered the best prospect in this class by many, including myself, and was a no brainer at #3. His ability to create an interior push was impressive last season and he should do the same in the NFL. Edge guy Polite is a clear cut boom or bust. If he plays like he did on film at Florida, instead how he looked at pre draft evals, he'll be a steal.

 

LT Edoga will eventually be a starting LT. The team got great value stealing him in the 3rd. TE Wesco was a solid blocker in college and had a breakout year as a receiver his senior season. He'll be a good fit alongside Herndon. LB Cashman plays at 100 and has good athletic ability. He's a great fit for Gregg Williams' style defense that puts a premium on hustle and getting there more so than finishing.

 

CB Austin is still coming back from injury, otherwise would've gone higher. And UDFA WR Dortch is a steal. He's a solid speed, yac threat and a returner.

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