Which prospect was the most productive pass-rusher in the draft class?

PFF premium stats look at the most productive players in this year's draft class in terms of pass-rush productivity.

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Which prospect was the most productive pass-rusher in the draft class?


  • Florida Atlantic’s Trey Hendrickson led all edge defenders in this draft class in terms of pass-rush productivity rating, with nine sacks, 13 hits and 55 hurries on 318 pass rushing snaps.
  • Washington’s Joe Mathis was getting pressure at an impressive rate before injury ended his season, with five sacks, four hits and 21 hurries 120 pass rushing snaps.
  • There’s no denying that Texas A&M’s Myles Garrett is tremendously talented, but the consensus top player in this draft class ranked just 21st in PRP rating in 2016.

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