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…

Baltimore Ravens 2017 Draft Review

May 2, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

1st/16 Marlon Humphrey, CB Ht.: 6’0 Wt.: 197 School: Alabama Cornerback was not considered to be a pressing need for the Ravens but you can never have too many good cornerbacks in this pass happy league. Humphrey is a tone setter closing in a hurry to lay a hit and get a hand in knock…

Atlanta Falcons 2017 NFL Draft Review

May 2, 2017 JT Olson 0

1st/26 Takkarist McKinley, DE Ht.: 6’2 Wt.: 250 School: UCLA Needing to provide some pass rushing help opposite of Vic Beasley the Falcons didn’t want to wait moving up five slots to target the explosive McKinley. Atlanta wants to play fast and getting another speed rusher off the edge can really put pressure on offensive…

Arizona Cardinals Draft Review

May 2, 2017 Brian Johannes 0

1st/13 Haason Reddick, LB Ht.: 6’1 Wt.: 237 School: Temple As a former walk on cornerback who ended up playing defensive end, Reddick brings a unique skill set as an off the ball linebacker. Reddick will mainly be used as an inside linebacker on early downs utilizing his speed to chase down the ball while…

Carolina Panthers 2017 Draft Review

April 30, 2017 JT Olson 0

1st/8 Christian McCaffrey, RB Ht.: 5’11 Wt.: 202 School: Stanford By drafting McCaffrey, the Panthers were able to add much more than just a traditional running back. The addition adds some much needed sizzle and creativity to the Panther offense. As a runner McCaffrey can be used to compliment to Jonathan Stewart providing lighting to…