At the 100 Day till College Football mark we at NFL Draft Geek decided to highlight a different prospect each day leading up to the start of college football. We’ll do a variety of different ways of highlighting prospects such as video breakdowns, twitter clips, stories and podcasts to get you familiar with these prospects. Hope you enjoy the 100 Days of 2019 NFL Draft Prospects!
100 Days of 2019 NFL Draft Prospects
14. Chase Winovich DE Michigan
Whenever you watch a Michigan football game it’s pretty easy to find out who and where Chase Winovich is. Part of it is the long flowing hair coming out of the back of his helmet, but mainly it’s because he’s going 100 miles per hour on every single play. We take a look at whether Winovich is more than just heart and hustle.
15. Ben Banogu DE TCU
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 16, 2018
After transferring to TCU from Louisiana Monroe, Ben Banogu made an immediate impact for the Horned Frogs with 8.5 sacks and 16.5 tackles for loss. Here is a look at what Banogu does well, what his concerns are and overall outlook transitioning to the NFL.
16. Zach Allen DE Boston College
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 14, 2018
After a 100 tackles and 15 tackles for loss season Zach Allen established himself as an elite run defender. Here we take a look at whether there more to Allen’s game, where he best fits in the NFL and what player his playing style most resembles.
17. Levonta Taylor CB Florida State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 13, 2018
A top recruit out of high school Levonta Taylor has lived up to the hype early in his Florida State career. Here we take a look at three facts to know about Levonta Taylor.
18. Stanley Morgan WR Nebraska
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 12, 2018
After a breakout season in 2017 Stanley Morgan is looking to improve on that and make his case to be one of the best players in the 2018 receiver class. Here we take a look at Morgan’s traits and see which Day 2 2018 NFL Draft prospect he most compares to.
19. Cameron Smith LB USC
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 11, 2018
A three year starter already Cameron Smith has been a major part of the USC defense since day one. With Smith entering his final season with the Trojans we take a look at his traits and what his NFL role could be.
20. Kendall Sheffield CB Ohio State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 10, 2018
With Marshon Lattimore going 11th in the 2017 NFL Draft and Denzel Ward going 5th overall this past year the focus turns to Kendall Sheffield who steps up into the number one role this year for the Buckeyes. We take a look at three reasons we think Sheffield could follow in Lattimore and Ward’s footsteps.
21. LJ Scott RB Michigan State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 9, 2018
While comparing players isn’t always best we take a look at whether Michigan State RB LJ Scott compares to former Spartan Le’Veon Bell. In the article we look at why they are similar and why they are not while projecting Scott’s future in the NFL.
22. Jah’Shawn Johnson S Texas Tech
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 8, 2018
As the NFL continues to evolve the need for good coverage safeties who can also play the run come in high demand. And while Texas Tech has been known more for their high powered passing attack, the defense has slowly been improving over the years. A big reason for that is the play of safety Jah’Shawn Johnson. Here we’ll take a look at Johnson’s traits and NFL outlook.
23. Brian Burns DE Florida State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 7, 2018
Florida State has long been a NFL Draft hot bed of talent and this year is no different as defensive end Brian Burns is the next defensive lineman coming up. Here we take a look at Burns’ traits and what his NFL Draft Potential can be.
24. Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 6, 2018
A defensive end coming to Ohio State Dre’Mont Jones has successfully transitioned inside to tackle for the Buckeyes. Here we take a look at Jones’ traits and look at what we need to see out of this redshirt junior.
25. Andrew Wingard S Wyoming
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 5, 2018
After seeing Wyoming Quarterback Josh Allen go number 7 to the Buffalo Bills in the 2018 NFL Draft the Cowboys have another top prospect in safety Andrew Wingard. Here we take a look at Wingard’s traits and where he could fit within an NFL defense.
26. Amani Oruwriye CB Penn State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 4, 2018
The latest NFL Draft Geek Film Room takes a look at Penn State senior cornerback Amani Oruwriye. Watch as Brian Johannes highlights what Oruwriye does well, what schemes he fits into and where he could go in the 2019 NFL Draft.
27. Ryan Finley QB North Carolina State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 3, 2018
A big reason for North Carolina State’s success was the play of quarterback Ryan Finley. Here we look at five reason why he is the top senior quarterback for the 2019 NFL Draft.
28. Raekwon Davis DT Alabama
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 2, 2018
With Alabama defensive lineman entering the NFL Draft on a yearly basis we take a look at the latest top prospect in Raekwon Davis. We take a look at Davis’ traits and what role this massive lineman can provide to NFL teams.
29. CJ Conrad TE Kentucky
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) August 1, 2018
Not every player in the NFL is a star player but there are plenty of players who are valuable for the role that they provide their teams. We take a look at 3 reasons why you want Conrad on your favorite NFL team.
30. Clayton Thorson QB Northwestern
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 31, 2018
Getting plenty of first round buzz at various of times throughout his career we take the time to look at whether Clayton Thorson’s traits to see if he is all hype or is he worth this attention.
31. Daniel Jones QB Duke
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 30, 2018
With the success that Daniel Jones has had as the Duke Blue Devil’s starting quarterback we take a look at his traits both positive and negative and what his NFL Draft future is.
32. Nick Fitzgerald QB Mississippi State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 29, 2018
With all the success Dan Mullen has had producing quarterbacks into the NFL, we take a look at Mississippi State’s Nick Fitzgerald who is the latest Dan Mullen quarterback. In this article we look at what Fitzgerald does well, what concerns we have and what his outlook could be.
33. Te’Von Coney LB Notre Dame
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 28, 2018
Linebacker continues to be a big part of NFL defenses as they are asked to be a part of the run game but also covering backs and tight ends out in space. With such a need for versatile defenders we take a look at Notre Dame senior linebacker Te’Von Coney to see what he does well and where he fits within today’s NFL.
34. Montez Sweat DE Mississippi State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 27, 2018
After leading the SEC with 10.5 sacks last season Montez Sweat is back and looking to be the latest SEC pass rusher to go early in the NFL Draft. We look at Sweat’s traits and if John Shoop’s defense can help him like it did Derek Barnett.
35. Caleb Wilson TE UCLA
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 26, 2018
Finding tight ends who can be an inline blocker and still make plays in the passing game are hard to find. Today we take a look at UCLA tight end Caleb Wilson and how his skill set will be attractive to NFL teams.
36. Sutton Smith DE Northern Illinois
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 25, 2018
After leading the nation in 2017 in sacks we take a closer look at what makes Sutton Smith a feared pass rusher. We take a look at his traits, who he compares to and what his NFL future could be.
37. Will Grier QB West Virginia
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 24, 2018
The latest NFL Draft Geek Film Room takes a look at West Virginia QB Will Grier. Watch as we highlight what Grier does well, what concerns we have, his projection and what quarterback he most compares to.
38. Devin Singletary RB Florida Atlantic
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 23, 2018
When most people think about Florida Atlantic now days is Lane Kiffin and their passing attack, you can’t look past running back Devin Singletary. Here we take a look at Singletary’s traits, scheme fit and how his NFL potential could be.
39. Bryan Mone DT Michigan
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 22, 2018
40. Bryce Love RB Stanford
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 21, 2018
Stanford has had a track record of putting out running backs lately and the latest one is Bryce Love. Our latest NFL Draft Geek Film Room highlights Love’s traits, NFL role and where he could be going in the 2019 NFL Draft.
41. Noah Fant TE Iowa
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 20, 2018
Iowa TE Noah Fant is getting plenty of buzz as being one of the best tight ends we’ve seen in the last several years. In our NFL Draft Geek Film Room we take a look at what makes Noah Fant so special and how high could his ceiling be.
42. N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 19, 2018
Our NFL Draft Geek Film Room is back looking at Arizona State receiver N’Keal Harry. Watch as Brian Johannes highlights what makes Harry such an intriguing receiving prospect and a potential high first round pick whenever he declares.
43. Jared Cornelius WR Arkansas
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 18, 2018
With Chad Morris’ uptempo attacking offense taking over for the big physical run heavy Bret Bielema this could mean a big season for senior receiver Jared Cornelius. That being said we take a look at what traits Cornelius has and how he’ll benefit from this switch.
44. JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 17, 2018
While Stanford has produced several tight ends the last few years, they haven’t had many good receivers come out. That could change with JJ Arcega-Whiteside who we profile his traits and where he could fit within the NFL.
45. Tyree Jackson QB Buffalo
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 16, 2018
Over the last few years we’ve seen quarterbacks taller than 6’6 struggle in the NFL and with Tyree Jackson from Buffalo becoming draft eligible we look to see if he can buck this trend. Follow along as we look at what Jackson does well and the concerns we have as he enters his junior year.
46. Paris Campbell WR Ohio State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 15, 2018
Speed kills in the NFL and teams are always looking for receivers who can take the top off the defenses. With guys like Will Fuller and Phillip Dorsett going in the first round, we look at Ohio State’s Paris Campbell to see if he has what it takes to be next.
47. Rodney Anderson RB Oklahoma
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 14, 2018
This episode of the NFL Draft Geek Film Room highlights what Rodney Anderson does well, which NFL schemes he fits into and why Anderson could be one of the best running backs whenever he enters the NFL Draft.
48. David Edwards OT Wisconsin
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 13, 2018
Wisconsin is known for producing high quality NFL lineman and this upcoming season the Badgers have another crop of elite blockers. Today we take a look at David Edwards and look at four reasons he is considered an elite tackle prospect.
49. Denzil Ware OLB Jacksonville State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 12, 2018
After three years of mild success Denzil Ware moves to Jacksonville State as a graduate transfer. As Ware makes this move we take a look at his traits and whether Ware can dominate at the FCS level.
50. Brian Lewerke QB Michigan State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 11, 2018
With Michigan State having strong presence of quarterbacks on NFL rosters we take a look at whether current Spartans quarterback Brian Lewerke is the next one to join the ranks. Follow along as we look at what Lewerke does well, what he needs to improve, who he compares to and what his projection is.
51. Brandon Bryant S Mississippi State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 10, 2018
With the 2018 Supplemental Draft set for July 11th we take a look at another entrant in Mississippi State safety Brandon Bryant. We’ll look at Bryant’s background, his traits and where he could be selected in the Supplemental Draft.
52. Jordan Jones LB Kentucky
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 9, 2018
After a down junior season that was filled with injuries, suspensions and other drama Jordan Jones is back for his senior season looking to prove his sophomore season was not a fluke. We look at Jones’ traits and why he is the perfect fit for today’s NFL defenses.
53. Taylor Rapp S Washington
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 8, 2018
Over the last few years we’ve seen that versatile safeties who can play a traditional safety and a pseudo cornerback allows defensive coordinators to mix up and/or hide their coverages the best. Washington’s Taylor Rapp has a lot of buzz and we take a look at whether Taylor Rapp is the next safety prospect that fits this role while looking at his traits.
54. Abdul Beecham OG Kansas State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 7, 2018
Over the last several years Kansas State has produced plenty of NFL players and today we look at one of their offensive lineman in left guard Abdul Beecham. Beecham has a lot going for him as he stands 6’3 310lbs with good movement skills. Whether it’s pulling in the run game or being graded by Pro Football Focus as the best pass blocking guard in 2017. I had the chance to interview Abdul and here is what he had to say.
55. Jarrett Stidham QB Auburn
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 6, 2018
After starting his career at Baylor and then transfering to Auburn quarter back Jarrett Stidham has been a major player. Here we look at five reasons why Jarrett Stidham could be the top quarterback prospect in the 2019 NFL Draft if he declares.
56. Drew Lock QB Missouri
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 5, 2018
Every draft season we try to find the next great quarterback prospect and this year the hot name is Missouri’s Drew Lock. Equipped with a strong arm Lock has been getting some lofty hype concerning being a first round pick and even some big comparisons. Here we’ll take a look at Lock’s traits and what his projection is.
57. Demarcus Christmas DT Florida State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 4, 2018
It’ Christmas in July on the #100Days of #NFLDraft Prospects as we take a look at the Florida State defensive tackle Demarcus Christmas. Get to know the Seminole defensive tackle who is one of the best run defenders in college fooball.
58. David Montgomery RB Iowa State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 3, 2018
This episode of the NFL Draft Geek Film Room highlights what David Montgomery does well, which NFL running back he compares to and why Montgomery could be one of the best running backs whenever he enters the NFL Draft.
59. Daylon Mack DT Texas A&M
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 2, 2018
After coming to Texas A&M as a prized 5 Star recruit, Daylon Mack hasn’t lived up to the hype. With one year left is we take a look at whether Daylon Mack is due to break out?
60. Devin White LB LSU
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) July 1, 2018
A year after seeing both Roquan Smith, Tremaine Edmunds and Leighton Vander Esch be drafted in the top 20 of the 2018 NFL Draft we turn our attention to this years potential crop of linebackers. LSU’s Devin White may be the best of the group and we take a look at his traits in our latest video scouting report.
61. Shaquille Quarterman LB Miami
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 30, 2018
The Miami Hurricanes have a storied history of strong linebackers and rising junior linebacker Shaquille Quarterman could be the next good one. Here we look at Quarterman’s traits and what his NFL Draft outlook could be whenever he enters the NFL.
62. Joe Jackson DE Miami
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 29, 2018
There a lot of good things going for Joe Jackson the Miami Defensive end that could end up with him being an early first round draft prospect. Here we’ll look at the Miami rising junior defensive end and look at all the reasons that if he reaches his full potential could be considered a top pass rushing prospect.
63. Rashan Gary DE Michigan
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 28, 2018
A prized recruit coming out of high school, Rashan Gary has been making an impact since day one at Michigan. We take a look at what makes Gary such a special NFL Draft prospect in our latest Video Scouting Report.
64. Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 27, 2018
A broken Fibula ended Deebo Samuel’s 2017 season in what was looking like a big year. Looking to come back we take a look at who Deebo Samuel is and what his outlook is moving forward.
65. Jaquan Johnson S Miami
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 26, 2018
The Hurricanes resurgence onto the National scene was due to rejuvenating a defense that thrived on turnovers and splash plays. Their team captain and one of their top players on that unit was safety Jaquan Johnson and we take a look at three things you need to know about Johnson as he enters his senior season leading up to the 2019 NFL Draft.
66. CeCe Jefferson DE Florida
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 25, 2018
A hyped recruit coming to Florida, CeCe Jefferson has not produced like most people thought he would. However a new scheme change to the Gators defense could breath new life into Jefferson allowing him to break out and fully showcase his NFL Potential.
67. Dontavius Russell DT Auburn
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 24, 2018
While SEC Defensive Lineman grow on trees we give you three reasons why you should be familiar with Auburn’s defensive tackle Dontavius Russell for the 2019 NFL Draft.
68. Austin Bryant DE Clemson
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 23, 2018
For nearly a decade the Clemson Tigers have been pumping out elite level defensive lineman to the NFL on a regular basis with names like Vic Beasley, Shaq Lawson and Grady Jarrett to name a few. Even this year the Tigers are loaded with talent with but one guy who gets lost in the shuffle in Austin Bryant who is looking to make his claim to be a first round prospect.
69. Clelin Ferrell DE Clemson
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 22, 2018
Pass rushers are a premium and this year we have some ultra talented ones. We’ve already looked at Ohio State’s Nick Bosa, now today we take a look at Clemson’s Clelin Ferrell in a video scouting report highlighting what makes him so special.
70. Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 21, 2018
The legend of Dexter Lawrence has only grown since he came to Clemson and starting at defensive tackle since his true freshman year. Here we’ll take a look at what traits Dexter Lawrence has that will allow him to have success in the NFL while also looking at his best fit.
71. Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 20, 2018
A big part of the strong Clemson Defensive Christian Wilkins is the most tenured and possibly most versatile prospect on the Tigers line. Here we provide a video scouting report of Wilkins highlighting what Wilkins can provide.
72. Kendall Joseph LB Clemson
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 19, 2018
As Clemson continues to produce several defensive NFL Draft prospects on a regular basis we look at who could be the next linebacker to go in the middle rounds. Kendall Joseph has been a tackling machine the past two years and we take a look at why he’s so successful and his NFL future.
73. Mitch Hyatt OT Clemson
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 18, 2018
Clemson’s Mitch Hyatt is about to enter his fourth season as the starting left tackle and been a bit of a forgotten cog in their wheel that has lead them to three straight College Football Playoff appearances. We take a look at three reasons you need to know Mitch Hyatt as one of the top offensive tackles in the 2019 NFL Draft.
74. Hunter Renfrow WR Clemson
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 17, 2018
The quick strike pass happy NFL that we are seeing a bigger slot receivers growing in value. Clemson’s Hunter Renfrow is poised to be the cream of the crop in the 2019 NFL Draft and we take a look at why.
75. Deandre Baker CB Georgia
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 16, 2018
Cornerbacks are always a hot commodity with NFL teams, so finding the top guys every class is important. Here we look at 5 reasons why Georgia CB Deandre Baker is one of the best in the 2019 NFL Draft Class.
76. Jeffery Simmons DT Mississippi State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 15, 2018
In Jeffery Simmons well documented legal issues where he assaulted a women we take a look at how we should handle Simmons as a draft prospect. In our feature we take a look at how we should cover Simmons as is pertains to him as a NFL Draft prospect along with his assault.
77. Jalen Jelks DE Oregon
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 14, 2018
After Arik Armstead and DeForrest Buckner went in the top 10 to the San Francisco 49ers in back to back drafts the Ducks have a small bit of tradition. Jalen Jelks is now in his senior year and the 6’6 defensive end is looking to carry on that tradition. Today we look at his traits and where he best fits within the NFL.
78. Justice Hill RB Oklahoma State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 13, 2018
Justice Hill is one of the most explosive weapons in college football and today we take a look at his impact through a video scouting report. Watch as Brian Johannes highlights plays that illustrate his traits and how he can fit in the NFL.
79. Easton Stick QB North Dakota State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 12, 2018
Another quarterback is our featured prospect as we look at a National Champion. Here we look at North Dakota State’s East Stick and whether he is the next Carson Wentz or does he compare to another NFL starter who has been cashed in this past off season.
80. Brett Rypien QB Boise State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 11, 2018
Boise State has a strong tradition of not only winning but also putting out NFL Draft prospects. Despite all their success they’ve struggled to produce quarterbacks. Here we look at Brett Rypien to determine if he is the best Boise State quarterback prospect to come out.
81. Trey Adams OT Washington
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 10, 2018
An ACL injury cost Trey Adams half of his 2017 season, but he’s back and hoping to show that he’s back to 100% and one of the elite tackles in the 2019 Class. We take a look at Adams’ Traits and who he compares the most to.
82. Damien Harris RB Alabama
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 9, 2018
Today’s featured prospect is Alabama RB Damien Harris and whether he is in line to be another Crimson Tide running back to go early in the NFL Draft. Read what traits Harris has and what he needs to show during his final season at Alabama.
83. Sam Beal CB Western Michigan
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 8, 2018
Similar to what we did with Adonis Alexander we take a look at another prospect that applied for the Supplemental Draft in Western Michigan CB Sam Beal. Take this opportunity to get to know what Sam Beal offers as a prospect and where he could go in the Supplemental Draft.
84. Koron Crump OLB Arizona State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 7, 2018
You know about all the house hold pass rushing names like Nick Bosa and Clelin Ferrell but what about the lesser know guys? How about a guy like Koron Crump who looked like he was poised for a huge 2017. Here we take a look at who Crump is and why he needs to be a name you need to be familiar with.
85. Josh Allen OLB Kentucky
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 6, 2018
The name may sound familiar to NFL Draft fans as the Buffalo Bills selected Wyoming QB Josh Allen with the 7th overall pick. This Josh Allen is a far different prospect as a pass rusher in the SEC. Here we take a look at Allen’s potential first round buzz, who he compares to and what traits he has.
86. Devin Bush LB Michigan
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 5, 2018
With the NFL continuing to go through their pass happy offense style NFL defenses are continuing to evolve which raises the question of whether smaller fast linebackers like Devin Bush are perfect for this new age NFL. In Today’s feature we take a look at what Bush has to offer and what recent players similar to him have had success.
87. Greg Little OT Mississippi
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 4, 2018
Elite offensive tackles are usually a hot commodity and when you have them in a Draft Class they tend to go early. In our latest piece we take a look at Ole Miss left tackle Greg Little’s traits, weaknesses and what makes him one of the most intriguing prospects to watch during the college football season.
88. Adonis Alexander CB Virginia Tech
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 3, 2018
Today we go in a bit of a different direction with the 100 Days prospect and highlight Virginia Tech CB Adonis Alexander as he applied for the 2018 Supplemental Draft. We take a look at what type of prospect Alexander is and where he may go.
89. Lukas Denis S Boston College
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 2, 2018
With defensive coordinators looking for versatile chess pieces that they can use in a variety of ways, we take a look at where Boston College safety Lukas Denis fits, how he could be used and some concerns about him.
90. Justin Herbert QB Oregon
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) June 1, 2018
We all love to compare prospects to current or former players to help us get a better view of who this player may be. In today’s player feature we take a look at which recent quarterback prospect Oregon’s Justin Herbert most compares to.
91. Anthony Johnson WR Buffalo
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) May 31, 2018
Our next prospect we take a look at is Buffalo WR Anthony Johnson in our video scouting report. Watch as Brian Johannes takes a look at Johnson highlighting what he does well and why he feels that Johnson could make an immediate impact in the NFL whenever he enters the draft.
92. Greedy Williams CB LSU
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) May 30, 2018
Today’s featured player is LSU CB Greedy Williams taking a look at what his traits are, why he has so much buzz in the NFL Draft Community and where he fits within the NFL.
93. Ed Oliver DT Houston
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) May 29, 2018
Our latest session of the NFL Draft Geek Film Room takes a look at Ed Oliver and what makes him one of the best prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft. What as Brian highlights Oliver’s traits and why he should make a seamless transition to the NFL.
94. Riley Neal QB Ball State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) May 28, 2018
As we continue to work our way through the 2019 NFL Draft eligible prospects we often come across prospects we know little about and end up being enamored with their talent. This article highlights Riley Neal’s traits and looks at whether he is the best Group of 5 quarterback.
95. AJ Brown WR Mississippi
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) May 27, 2018
Being compared to Anquan Boldin is quite the accomplishment but our own Brian Johannes takes a look at the Ole Miss receiver in his latest NFL Draft Geek Film Room episode. Watch as Brian highlights what Brown does well and how he sees him translating to the NFL game.
96. Jake Browning QB Washington
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) May 26, 2018
Today’s prospect preview we take a look at three year (and soon to be four year) starter Jake Browning of Washington. This article takes a look the path to the NFL that Browning may take while also looking at what type of role Browning may fill within the NFL.
97. Shea Patterson QB Michigan
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) May 25, 2018
The fourth player we’re taking a look at is former Ole Miss QB Shea Patterson who transferred to Michigan and is eligible to play right away. In this player profile we take a look which former Heisman Trophy winner Patterson most resembles.
98. Anfernee Jennings OLB Alabama
— Brian Johannes (@Draft_Brian) May 17, 2018
Jennings is an active OLB in the Crimson Tide’s 3-4 defense using strength and lateral agility to be a factor in both the run game and as a pass rusher. Jennings isn’t overly explosive but can move to side to side to get around defenders in the run game while also having the power to set the edge. Against the pass Jennings doesn’t have the speed to consistently win around the edge but will use his hands and power to disengage and go after the quarterback.
99. Nick Bosa DE Ohio State
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) May 23, 2018
Our next prospect we take a look at is Ohio State DE Nick Bosa in another video scouting report. Watch as Brian Johannes takes a look at Bosa highlighting what he does well and why Brian feels that Bosa may be a better prospect than his older brother.
100. Jonah Williams OT Alabama
— NFL Draft Geek (@NFLDraftGeek) May 23, 2018
Our first prospect we take a look at is Alabama LT Jonah Williams in our video scouting report. Watch as Brian Johannes takes a look at Williams highlighting what Williams does well and why he feels that Williams could be one of the best tackle prospects we’ve seen in years.