2015 Draft Reaction Blog, Day 3
Welcome back to the PFF Draft Reaction blog. Over the last two days we’ve covered rounds one, two and three. Now we’ve reached the stage where most of the big name prospects have gone, but there is still plenty of talent available. This is the day where the best organizations separate themselves from the rest. As ever we’re going to give analysis on every single pick after our grading process ran the rule over 870 FBS games in the 2014 season.
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256. Arizona Cardinals
Gerald Christian, TE, Louisville
Dropped just 1 of 34 catchable passes for a 2.94 Drop Rate. Sixth-best in this TE class.
255. Indianapolis Colts
D Good, OG, Mars Hill
Mars Hill did not play a game against an FBS school.
254. San Francisco 49ers
Rory Anderson, TE, South Carolina
1.48 Yards per Route Run versus Power 5 Teams. Tied No.16 among all draft-eligible tight ends.
253. New England Patriots
Xzavier Dickson, ED, Alabama
Dickson had the sixth-best Pass Rushing Productivity (6.9) in conference play among draft-eligible 4-3 ends from the SEC.
252. Denver Broncos
Josh Furman, LB, Oklahoma State
Furman had 6 sacks, and 17 total pressures gave him an 18.3 Pass Rushing Productivity, 12th in this class of 4-3 OLBs.
251. Denver Broncos
Taurean Nixon, CB, Tulane
Nixon lined up over the slot on 82.1% of his snaps in coverage.
250. Denver Broncos
Trevor Siemian, QB, Northwestern
Siemian had an adjusted accuracy of 68.9% 73rd out of 135 qualifying quarterback.
249. Atlanta Falcons
Akeem King, S, San Jose State
Akeem King missed made 56 tackles and missed four tackles all season.
248. Seattle Seahawks
Ryan Smith-Murphy, S, Oregon State
Murphy graded positively in both run defense and coverage in Pac-12 play.
247, New England Patriots
Darryl Roberts, CB, Marshall
Third-best coverage grade for non-Power 5 eligible CBs.
246. Dallas Cowboys
Geoff Swaim, TE, Texas
Swaim had the 7th highest run blocking grade against power five teams.
245. Tennessee Titans
Tre McBride, WR, William & Mary
McBride generated 4.13 Yards per Route Run against Virginia Tech.
244. San Francisco 49ers
Trenton Brown, G, Florida
Brown had the highest run blocking grade among SEC guards in this class.
243. Dallas Cowboys
Laurence Gibson, OT, Virginia Tech
Gibson had the third-best run block grade for ACC draft-eligible LTs.
242. Oakland Raiders
Dexter McDonald, CB, Kansas
McDonald only allowed 47.6% of passes thrown to his coverage to be completed.
241. Cleveland Browns
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon
Best Coverage Snaps/Target (7.3) for eligible CBs from the Pac-12.
240. Detroit Lions
Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina
Robinson had the second-best Pass Blocking Efficiency (97.4) for eligible SEC LTs.
239. Pittsburgh Steelers
Gerald Holliman, S, Louisville
Power 5 QBs throwing into Holliman’s coverage were limited to a 39.7 passer rating, the sixth-lowest mark in the class.
238. Cincinnati Bengals
Mario Alford, WR, West Virginia
Alford led all Big 12 WRs in this class with 7.3 yards after catch/reception. As a Kick Returner Alford averaged 24.4 yards per return and 2 touchdowns.
237. Philadelphia Eagles
Brian Mihalik, ED, Boston College
Mihalik ranked second among draft-eligible 4-3 ends in the ACC with a 6.8 Run Stop Percentage in conference play.
236. Dallas Cowboys
Mark Nzeocha, LB, Wyoming
Nzeocha’s 19 coverage snaps per reception ranks first among all draft-eligible 4-3 OLBs in the MWC.
235. Houston Texans
Kenny Hilliard, RB, LSU
On limited carries, Hilliard had a 41.0 Elusive Rating, forcing 15 missed tackles and rushing for an average of 2.57 yards after contact/attempt.
234. Buffalo Bills
Dezmin Lewis, WR, Central Arkansas
Lewis had 2.76 Yards per Route Run against Texas Tech.
233. Kansas City Chiefs
Da’Ron Brown, WR, Northern Illionis
Brown was second among MAC WRs in this class with 2.59 Yards per Route Run.
232. Minnesota Vikings
Edmond Robinson, LB, Newberry
Robinson had one tackle and one assist in 20 snaps in the Shrine Game.
231. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Joey Iosefa, FB, Hawaii
Iosefa had the fourth-highest blocking grade in this RB class.
230. New Orleans Saints
Marcus Murphy, RB, Missouri
Murphy finished eighth among draft-eligible backs with a 58.6 Elusive Rating against Power 5 opponents.
229. Jacksonville Jaguars
Ben Koyack, TE, Notre Dame
Koyack was in pass protection against Power 5 opponents more often than any other TE in this class. He only allowed three pressures for a 97.4 Pass Blocking Efficiency score.
228. Minnesota Vikings
Austin Shepard, OT, Alabama
Shepherd had the second-best Pass Blocking Efficiency (98.0) for SEC RTs with no hits allowed.
227. St. Louis Rams
Martin Ifedi, DI, Memphis
Ifedi had the fourth-best Pass Rush Productivity (11.5), and seventh-best Run Stop Percentage (8.4) among 3-4 DEs in this class.
226. New York Giants
Bobby Hart, OT, Florida State
Hart had the third-best run-blocking grade for eligible RTs from the ACC.
225. Atlanta Falcons
Jake Rodgers ,OT, Eastern Washington
Rodgers conceded just one hurry against Washington for a 98.1 Pass Blocking Efficiency.
224. St. Louis Rams
Bryce Hager, LB, Baylor
Hager made 47 defensive stops, second most among 4-3 OLB prospects
223. New York Jets
Deon Simon, DI, Northwestern State
Simon had five stops and a 9.6 Run Stop Percentage on 53 run snaps against FBS schools.
222. Washington Redskins
Andy Reiter, C, USF
Reiter allowed 0 sacks or hits last season finished with a 98.5 PBE, 18th for centers in draft class.
221. Oakland Raiders
Andre Debose, WR, Florida
Debose played 38 snaps last season, was targeted five times last season with one dropped pass. 12.5 avg on punt returns (with a td) and a 26.3 avg on kickoff returns.
220. Jacksonville Jaguars
Neal Sterling, WR, Monmouth
Monmouth played no games against FBS school last season.
219. Cleveland Browns
Hayes Pullard, LB, USC
Pullard had the seventh-best defensive run grade among all draft-eligible ILBs.
218. Oakland Raiders
Anthony Morris, OT, Tennessee State
Tennessee State played no games against FBS school last season.
217. Kansas City Chiefs
Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DI, Southern Miss
Nunez-Roches had the second-highest run defense grade for non-Power 5 eligible DTs.
216. Houston Texans
Chris Covington, DI, Rice
Covington had the seventh-highest overall grade for non-Power 5 defensive tackles in this class.
215. St. Louis Rams
Cody Wichmann, OG, Fresno State
Wichmann allowed just three pressures in 158 pass blocking snaps against teams from Power 5 conferences.
214. Seattle Seahwaks
Kristjan Sokoll, DI, Buffalo
Sokoli’s five batted passes were tied for the most in this interior defender class.
213. Green Bay Packers
Kennard Backman, TE, UAB
Backman was second among non-Power 5 TEs in this class, with 2.18 Yards per Route Run.
212. Pittsburgh Steelers
Anthony Chickillo, DI, Miami (Fla.)
Chickillo tied for the eighth-best pass rush grade in eligible 3-4 DEs against Power 5 opponents.
211. Houston Texans
Reshard Cliett, ED, USF
Cliett rushed the passer on 57.4% of all his passing snaps. On those 132 snaps Cliett recorded 19 total pressures.
210. Green Bay Packers
Christian Ringo, DI, Louisiana-Lafayette
Ringo was the highest graded interior defender in this class outside of the Power 5 conferences.
209. Seattle Seahawks
Obum Gwacham, ED, Oregon State
Gwacham had a 7.2 Pass Rushing Productivity score against power five teams, 22nd highest for 4-3 Defensive Ends.
208. Tennessee Titans
Andy Gallik, C, Boston College
Gallik had a positive pass blocking grade against ACC opponents.
207. Indianapolis Colts
Amarlo Herrera, LB, Georgia
Herrera earned the third-highest overall grade among all draft-eligible SEC ILBs and was the only SEC prospect to grade positively in all three aspects of play.
206. Green Bay Packers
Aaron Ripkowski, FB, Oklahoma
Ripkowski had the fourth-highest overall grade against Power 5 teams among FBs, finishing in the Top 3 as a receiver and blocker.
205. Indianapolis Colts
Josh Robinson, RB, Mississippi State
Robinson posted a 94.2 Elusive Rating, the second-best mark in this class.
204. Baltimore Ravens
Darren Waller, TE, Georgia Tech
Waller had 0 drops from 26 catchable receptions in 2014.
203. Denver Broncos
Darius Kilgo, DI, Maryland
Kilgo’s 25 stops against Power 5 teams was third-most among draft-eligible interior defenders from the Big Ten.
202. New England Patriots
A.J. Derby, TE, Arkansas
Derby was second in the TE class with 3.13 Yards per Route Run versus Power 5 Teams.
201. St. Louis Rams
Bud Sasser, WR, Missouri
Sasser had only two drops from 78 catchable passes, eighth-best in this WR class.
200. Detroit Lions
Quandre Diggs, CB, Texas
Diggs was fifth in this CB class, conceding 0.78 Yards per Cover Snap against Power 5 opponents.
199. Pittsburgh Steelers
Leterrius Walton, DI, Central Michigan
Walton had the second-best pass rush grade of the non-Power 5 defensive tackles in this class.
198. Cleveland Browns
Randall Telfer, TE, USC
Telfer was the 5th graded run blocking TE against power five teams.
197. Cincinnati Bengals
Derron Smith, S, Fresno State
Smith had the third-highest grade among non-Power 5 safeties, grading positively against both pass and run.
196. Philadelphia Eagles
Randall Evans, CB, Kansas State
Evans was the Big 12’s fourth-highest graded corner against Power 5 teams.
195. Cleveland Browns
Malcolm Johnson, TE, Mississippi State
Malcolm Johnson was lined up in the slot on 66.2% of his snaps, where he had a 1.10 Yards Per Route Run. 10th best for al draft Eligible TE.
194. Buffalo Bills
Nick O’Leary, TE, Florida State
O’Leary had a 1.55 Yards per Route Run versus Power 5 teams. Sixth-best among all draft-eligible tight ends.
193. Minnesota Vikings
B.J. Dubose, DI, Louisville
Dubose finished top-10 in both Pass Rushing Productivity (8.1) and Run Stop Percentage (6.9) for 3-4 DEs against Power 5 opponents.
192. San Diego Chargers
Darius Philon, DI, Arkansas
Philon’s 9.2 Pass Rushing Productivity in conference play led all SEC defensive interiors in this class.
191. Philadelphia Eagles
JaCorey Shepherd, CB, Kansas
With three interceptions and eleven pass break ups, Shepherd held opposing QBs to a passer rating of 53.0.
190. San Francisco 49ers
Ian Silberman, OG, Boston College
Silberman was tied for second-fewest QB hurries allowed by eligible ACC LTs.
189. Cleveland Browns
Charles Gaines, CB, Louisville
Gaines averaged 15.4 cover snaps per reception against Power 5 opponents, sixth-best in this CB class.
188. Buffalo Bills
Tony Stewart, LB, Clemson
When he lined up at ILB Tony Steward had a 23.0 Tackling Efficiency against the run against Power 5 teams, 9th among ILBs in this class.
187. Washington Redskins
Evan Spencer, WR, Ohio State
Spencer graded positively as a run blocker and blocking in the passing game.
186. New York Giants
Geremy Davis, WR, UConn
Out of the 44 catchable balls thrown to Davis, he dropped none, tying for the best drop rate in the country.
185. Minnesota Vikings
Tyrus Thompson, OT, Oklahamoa
Thompson had the second-highest run block grade for Big 12 LTs.
184. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Kaelin Clay, WR, Utah
Clay ran 89.4% of his routes from the slot, with 1.16 yards per route run from the slot, 47th out 79 eligible players.
183. Chicago Bears
Tayo Fabuluje, OT, TCU
Fabuluje had the best Pass Blocking Efficiency (97.2) for eligible LTs from the Big-12.
182. Washington Redskins
Tevin Mitchell, CB, Arkansas
Mitchell allowed 0.98 yards per coverage snap from the slot, ranked 17th out 49 players in this years draft.
181. Washington Redskins
Kyshoen Jarrett, S, Virginia Tech
Jarrett held Power 5 QBs to a 27.2 passer rating on throws into his coverage, the second-best mark in the class.
180. Jacksonville Jaguars
Michael Bennett, DI, Ohio State
Bennett led all DTs in this class with 40 total pressures against Power 5 teams.
179. Oakland Raiders
Max Valles, ED, Virigina
Valles generated more total pressures from the left (37) than any other edge linebacker in this class.
178. New England Patriots
Matthew Wells, LB, Mississippi State
Wells had the 4th highest overall grade for 4-3 OLB in the draft class. 18th best for all overall off the ball linebackers.
177. Tennessee Titans
Deiontrez Mount, ED, Louisville
Mount ranked 23rd in PRP against power five teams with a 10.2 Pass Rushing Productivity score.
176. Baltimore Ravens
Robert Myers, OG, Tennessee State
Myers, who transferred to Tennessee State from LSU, has experience at both G and T, but is expected to play inside as a pro. He didn’t face FBS opposition is 2014.
175. Houston Texans
Keith Mumphery, WR, Michigan State
When the ball was thrown to Mumphrey, his quarterbacks had a QB rating of 114.0, third-best among Big Ten WRs in this class.
174. Carolina Panthers
Cameron Artis-Payne, RB, Auburn
Artis-Payne had the fourth-highest Elusive Rating (72.8) against the Power 5 conferences among the RB class.
173. Kansas City Chiefs
James O’Shaughnessy, TE, Illinois State
O’Shaughnessy, a former-basketball player, didn’t face FBS opposition in 2014.
172. Kansas City Chiefs
D.J. Alexander, LB, Oregon State
Alexander had the second-highest run defense grade against power 5 teams among Pac-12 off-ball LBs in this class.
171. Baltimore Ravens
Nick Boyle, TE, Delaware
Boyle graded negatively as a run blocker against Pitt, his sole game against an FBS opponent in 2014.
170. Seattle Seahawks
Tye Smith, CB, Towson
Smith graded positively in coverage against West Virginia, the only FBS opposition he faced in 2014, conceding 1.48 Yards per Cover Snap and a 96.8 QB Rating on throws into his coverage.
169. Carolina Panthers
David Mayo, LB, Texas State
Mayo was sixth in this 4-3 OLB class with a 10.8 Run Stop Percentage.
168. Detroit Lions
Michael Burton, FB, Rutgers
Burton was the highest-graded fullback in college football in 2014 against Power 5 opponents.
167. New Orleans Saints
Damian Swann, CB, Georgia
Swann had the third-highest overall grade in this corner class against Power 5 teams, his 23 defensive stops tied for second among SEC CBs
166. New England Patriots
Joe Cardona, LS, Navy
Our own Gordon McGuinness is a fan of Cardona, feeling he will be one of the better long snappers in the league from the get go.
165. San Francisco 49ers
Bradley Pinion, P, Clemson
Pinion’s maximum hang time of 5.18 seconds was the fourth-best among FBS punters in this class.
164. Denver Broncos
Lorenzo Doss, CB, Tulane
Doss only allowed 47.1% of passes thrown to his coverage to be completed, the twelfth-best among corners.
163. Dallas Cowboys
Ryan Russell, ED, Purdue
Against Power 5 opponents, Russell’s 15.6 Pass Rushing Productivity from the left was third-best for eligible 4-3 DEs.
162. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Kenny Bell, WR, Nebraska
Bell’s 2.95 Yards per Route Run was ninth-best in this WR class, and he ranked second as a run blocker.
161. Oakland Raiders
Neiron Ball, OLB, Florida
Ball had the second-highest overall grade, and coverage grade among draft-eligible SEC LBs.
160. Pittsburgh Steelers
Jesse James, TE, Penn State
James graded positively as a run blocker in Big Ten play. However his 0.75 Yards per Route Run in conference play only ranked seventh among draft-eligible Big Ten TEs.
159. Arizona Cardinals
J.J. Nelson, WR, UAB
Nelson was second in this class of C-USA WRs with 2.41 Yards per Route Run, and had the fourth-most deep targets (19).
158. Arizona Cardinals
Shaquille Riddick, DE, West Virginia
Riddick had 19 total pressures and a 7.5 Pass Rushing Productivity in conference play, the best for Big 12 3-4 DEs in this class.
157. Cincinnati Bengals
C.J. Uzomah, TE, Auburn
Uzomah graded positively as both a receiver and blocker in SEC Play.
156. Miami Dolphins
Tony Lippett, WR, Michigan State
Lippett’s 3.65 Yards per Route Run ranked 4th among WRs in draft class. Lippett played corner in three games, breaking up four of the nine passes that came his way.
155. Buffalo Bills
Karlos Williams, RB, Florida State
Williams ranked second among the ACC backs in this class with 2.66 yards after contact/attempt.
154. New Orleans Saints
Tyeler Davison, DI, Fresno State
Fresno State NT Davison, had 27 total pressures and the seventh-highest Pass Rushing Productivity (6.3) among the non-Power 5 interior defenders in this class.
153. San Diego Chargers
Kyle Emanuel ED North Dakota State
Emanuel had two sacks and seven total pressures in 36 pass rush snaps against Iowa State for a 16.0 Pass Rushing Productivity score, all from the right.
152. New York Jets
Jarvis Harrison, OG, Texas A&M
Harrison had the third-best run blocking grade among draft-eligible LGs from the SEC. Was stronger in the run game than in pass protection.
151. Indianapolis Colts
David Parry, DI, Stanford
Stanford NT David Parry reunites with Henry Anderson, as the Colts strengthen their defensive line options. Against Power 5 teams, Parry tied for sixth-best in this DT class in both Pass Rushing Productivity (8.5) and Run Stop Rate (8.8).
150. Miami Dolphins
Cedric Thompson, FS, Minnesota
Thompson’s 8.6 Run Stop Percentage while playing in the box, was tied for seventh-best against Power 5 opponents in this safety class.
149. Miami Dolphins
Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise State
Medical concerns may have caused Ajayi to slide, but he was one of the most dynamic runners in college in 2014. He forced 61 missed tackles and ran for 3.35 yards after contact/attempt in 2014, both of which rank in the Top 10 in this RB class. While as a receiver, Ajayi caught 50 passes for 535 yards, 488 of which came after catch, all three marks were the best in this class.
148. New Orleans Saints
Davis Tull, ED, Tennessee-Chattanooga
Tull generated eight total pressures against Central Michigan and Tennessee for an 11.6 Pass Rushing Productivity score
147. Green Bay Packers
Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA
Hundley tops the class with a 76.9 Accuracy Percentage against Power 5 opponents
146. Minnesota Vikings
Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland
Diggs led all WRs in this class with 9.3 yards after catch/reception against Power 5 teams
145. Miami Dolphins
Bobby McCain, CB, Memphis
Over the final eight weeks of the season, McCain was our third-highest graded corner
144. New York Giants
Mykkele Thompson, CB, Texas
Thompson was 11th-ranked in this CB class with a 12.6 Tackling Efficiency rating.
143. Minnesota Vikings
MyCole Pruitt, TE, Southern Illinois
Only played one game against an FBS opponent. Gained 109 yards on six receptions from the slot against Purdue.
142. Chicago Bears
Adrian Amos, S, Penn State
Amos held Power 5 QBs to a 19.2 passer rating on throws into his coverage (3.3 QB rating when covering the slot), the best mark in the class.
141. Washington Redskins
Martrell Spaight, LB, Arkansas
Spaight had the fourth-highest Run Stop Rate (12.2) against Power 5 opponents in this ILB class
140. Oakland Raiders
Ben Heeney, LB, Kansas
Terrific athlete which was evident in coverage, but missed 23 tackles last season (including Shrine game). His 6.2 Tackling Efficiency rating would have been the second-worst mark among NFL inside linebackers last season.
139. Jacksonville Jaguars
Rashad Greene, WR, Florida State
Greene forced 17 missed tackles, fifth-best in this WR class.
138. Tennessee Titans
David Cobb, RB, Minnesota
Forced at least two missed tackles in every game last season.
137. Atlanta Falcons
Grady Jarrett, DI, Clemson
Incredible value to start the fifth round. Jarrett ranked third in overall grade among defensive interior players while leading the position in both Pass Rushing Productivity (9.9) and Run Stop Percentage (13.2%) against Power 5 opponents.
136. Baltimore Ravens
Tray Walker, CB, Texas Southern
Didn’t face any FBS opposition in 2014, so not someone we graded. Walker is a big corner, who picked up four interceptions last season.
135. Cincinnati Bengals
Marcus Hardison, ED, Arizona State
Our 64th overall graded edge defender, Hardison picked up 38 defensive stops in run defense to go with 34 combined pressures (including the Senior Bowl).
134. Seattle Seahawks
Mark Glowinski, OG, West Virginia
Saw the third-most snaps of any FBS guard last season while grading better as a screen blocker than any of his peers in the Big-12.
133. Denver Broncos
Max Garcia, C, Florida
Garcia didn’t allow a sack all season, finishing with a 98.7 Pass Blocking Efficiency rating, eighth-best in the class
132. San Francisco 49ers
Deandre Smelter, WR, Georgia Tech
Another Georgia Tech player, Smelter’s 4.36 Yards per Route Run in 2014 led all draft-eligible receivers.
131. New England Patriots
Shaq Mason, OG, Georgia Tech
Second-highest run block grade among draft-eligible guards.
130. Seattle Seahawks
Terry Poole, OT, San Diego State
Our second-highest graded LT from non-Power 5 schools. Better as a run blocker than in pass protection.
129. Green Bay Packers
Jake Ryan, LB, Michigan
Among the better players at stacking linemen at the second level, Ryan had a third-ranked 13.8 Run Stop Percentage against Power 5 opponents.
128. Oakland Raiders
Jon Feliciano, OG, Miami
Spent time at both tackle and guard, finishing with the third-best Pass Blocking Efficiency rating (98.3) among draft-eligible guards in the ACC.
127. Dallas Cowboys
Damien Wilson, LB, Minnesota
Graded positively defending the pass after being targeted once very 13.4 snaps in coverage, the fourth-lowest rate among this class of Big 10 linebackers. Will have to improve taking on blocks at the second level in run defense.
126. San Francisco 49ers
Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina
Tenth ranked rushing grade against Power 5 opponents. Will also provide value in the passing game after gaining 1.67 Yards per Route Run – only two players ranked ahead of him there.
125. Baltimore Ravens
Javorius Allen, RB, USC
Allen was fourth in this RB class with 1.73 Yards per Route Run against Power 5 teams
124. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Kwon Alexander, LB, LSU
Alexander’s 31 defensive stops are tied for the most among all draft-eligible SEC 4-3 OLBs
123. Cleveland Browns
Vince Mayle, WR, Washington State
122. Baltimore Ravens
Za’Darius Smith, DI, Kentucky
Smith’s 16 defensive stops in conference play were tied for second-most of all draft-eligible interior defenders from the SEC.
121. Pittsburgh Steelers
Doran Grant, CB, Ohio State
Against Power 5 opponents, Grant held QBs to a passer rating of only 48.0, the second-best mark among corners in this class
120. Cincinnati Bengals
Josh Shaw, CB, USC
Shaw started only two games last season, but made 8 tackles and 3 defensive stops in the Holiday Bowl.
119. St. Louis Rams
Andrew Donnal, OT, Iowa
Donnal was the second-highest graded right tackle in the Big 10, with positive grades as both a pass protector and a run blocker
118. Kansas City Chiefs
Ramik Wilson, OLB, Georgia
Wilson’s 40 defensive stops were tied for second most of any SEC ILB.
117. San Francisco 49ers
Blake Bell, TE, Oklahoma
Bell ran 53.9% of his routes from the slot, where he had 9 catches of 98 yards and 1 Touchdown.
116 St. Louis Rams
Rodney Gunter, DT, Delware State
Gunter only played 14 snaps against FBS opposition (Temple).
115. Cleveland Browns
Ibraheim Campbell, S, Northwestern
At his best against the run, Campbell had only one negative grade in run defense all season.
114. Miami Dolphins
Jamil Douglas, OT, Arizona State
Douglas had the second-best run blocking grade for eligible LTs from the Pac-12.
113. Detroit Lions
Gabe Wright, DT, Auburn
Wright had a 5.4 Pass Rushing Productivity, with a 17 total pressure, fourth-highest for eligible SEC DTs.
112. Washington Redskins
Arie Kouandjio, OG, Alabama
Kouandjio was third in this OG class with a 98.8 Pass Blocking Efficiency, giving up zero sacks.
111. New England Patriots
Tre Jackson, OG, Flordia State
Jackson finished with the sixth-best Pass Blocking Efficiency (97.7) among draft-eligible ACC OGs.
110. Minnesota Vikings
T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh
Clemmings was the highest graded Tackle in run blocking last season.
109. Indianapolis Colts
Clayton Geathers S, UCF
Geathers had 5 passes defensed, tied for most among eligible non-Power 5 safeties.
108. Tennessee Titans
Jalston Flower FB, Alabama
Flower played on 470 snaps last season and was the 6th highest graded fullback, grading positively as a run blocking and as a pass catcher.
107. Atlanta Falcons
Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina
Ranked second in this class with 76 receptions and 974 yards from the slot.
106. Chicago Bears
Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan State
Langford forced at least three missed tackles in six games while gaining an average of 3.1 yards after contact against Power 5 teams, ninth-most in this class. He graded negatively as a blocker and receiver.
105. Washington Redskins
Jamison Crowder, WR, Duke
Doesn’t offer much as a blocker, but an elusive receiver with 11 forced missed tackles last season. He also ranked sixth among ACC receivers after gaining 2.31 Yards per Route Run.
104. Jacksonville Jaguars
James Sample, S, Louisville
Should bolster the Jaguars back end on passing plays. Sample was our highest-graded safety in coverage last season, getting his hands on 12 passes and holding opposing passers to a 33.1 QB rating.
103. New York Jets
Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor
Petty excelled on deep passes, leading the class with 1214 yards there against Power 5 opponents and a class-high 20 total touchdowns.
102. Carolina Panthers
Daryl Williams, OT, Oklahoma
Carolina adds to its offensive line perhaps a bit later than expected. Williams finished the season as our third-highest graded RT and didn’t allow a sack in 11 games against Power 5 opponents.
101. New England Patriots
Trey Flowers, ED, Arkansas
The rich get richer. Our highest-graded edge defender last season (second when including underclassmen) finally comes off the board to New England. Flowers had a position-high 14.2 Pass Rushing Productivity against Power 5 opponents.
100. Tennessee Titans
Angelo Blackson, DI, Auburn
Interesting player who saw just 422 snaps last season. Better against the run than rushing, he finished with 14 defensive stops, but his 3.4% Run Stop Percentage ranked 80th in this class of defensive interior players.