New England Patriots 2017 Draft Review

May 3, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

3rd/83 Derek Rivers, DE Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 248 School: Youngstown State New England has made a point to upgrade their pass rush this offseason trading for Kony Ealy but lack that bendy edge rusher to complete the power insider rushers they have. Rivers dominated FCS competition but showed at the Senior Bowl he was able…

Miami Dolphins 2017 Draft Review

May 3, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

1st/22 Charles Harris, DE Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 253 School: Missouri Needing to add youth to their pass rush the Dolphins were able to get a good value in Charles Harris who could have easily be selected in the top twenty picks. Harris could stand to add some weight to hold up against the run his…

Los Angeles Rams 2017 Draft Review

May 3, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

2nd/44 Gerald Everett, TE Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 239 School: South Alabama An undersized tight end Everett lines up exclusively in the slot and uses his speed and athletic ability to be a match up nightmare. Needing to add weapons around Jared Goff, Everett will play the Jordan Reed role that Head Coach Sean McVay had…

Houston Texans 2017 Draft Review

May 2, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

1st/12 Deshaun Watson, QB Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 221 School: Clemson After seeing two teams move up to get quarterbacks the Texans didn’t want to risk Watson not being there at 25 and moved up with the Browns. Watson steps into an ideal situation that could allow him to be Houston’s day one starter. The Texans…

Denver Broncos 2017 Draft Review

May 2, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

1st/20 Garett Bolles, OT Ht.: 6’5 Wt.: 297 School: Utah After the offensive line caused the offense to crash in 2016 the Broncos made overhauling the unit their top focus this offseason. Testing at the top of his class at the Combine Bolles backed his impressive tape highlighting quick feet and lateral agility. Bolles will…

UDFA Landing in the Best Spots

May 2, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

We see it every year. Guys who were not selected during the NFL Draft but are picked up by the perfect team and are able to impress during OTAs and then training camp before making the team. Whether these players were just overlooked, too small, played another sport or came from a lower level there…

Dallas Cowboys 2017 Draft Review

May 2, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

1st/28 Taco Charlton, DE Ht.: 6’6 Wt.: 277 School: Michigan Obtaining a pass rusher was top priority for the Cowboys as Randy Gregory continues to fail drug tests while both DeMarcus Lawrence and Charles Tapper are coming off of injuries. Charlton is a power rusher off the edge using strength and leverage along with flexibility…

Cleveland Browns 2017 Draft Review

May 2, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

1st/1 Myles Garrett, DE Ht.: 6-5 Wt.: 272 School: Texas A&M While there was plenty of talk about Mitchell Trubisky being the Browns selection at number one, Cleveland took the consensus top prospect in the draft in Myles Garret. A generational type player Garrett has the athletic ability and skill set to take over games.…

Cincinnati Bengals 2017 Draft Review

May 2, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

1st/9 John Ross, WR Ht.: 5’11 Wt.: 188 School: Washington With Andy Dalton lacking elite traits the Bengals are forced to invest in adding weapons around him. Looking to add a speed element the Bengals are taking a chance on Ross hoping that his lengthy injury issues are a thing of the past. In his…

Buffalo Bills 2017 Draft Review

May 2, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

1st/27 Tre’Davious White, CB Ht.: 5’11 Wt.: 192 School: LSU After moving down from the 10th pick, Buffalo was able to accumulate picks and find their replacement for Stephon Gilmore. White is a quick twitch athlete who thrives using his instincts to fly up and disrupt the ball at the catch point. His ability to…