NFL Draft 2018 – Dalbin Osorio Top 100 Big Board

Dalbin Osorio with his top 100 big board for the 2018 NFL Draft

Dalbin Osorio with his top 100 big board for the 2018 NFL Draft…

  1. Q. Nelson, OG, Notre Dame: best prospect in the class, should be an all-pro for the next decade
  2. J. Rosen, QB, UCLA: number one QB overall, effortless thrower
  3. S. Barkley, RB, Penn State: reminds me of a young Marshall Faulk, safest skill position prospect in draft
  4. D. James, S, FSU: better entering the draft than Jamal Adams was last year, excels in coverage and in run support
  5. A. Key, EDGE, LSU: talent to get to the QB, questions about his love for the game
  6. B. Chubb, DE, NCState: relentless motor, has gotten better every year
  7. M. Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama: better at safety than corner, instinctive playmaker
  8. H. Landry, OLB, Boston College: best edge rusher in the class, developing as a run stopper
  9. M. Hurst, DT, Michigan
  10. C. Sutton, WR, SMU: best WR in class, plays big and nasty
  11. V. Vea, DT, Washington
  12. L. Jackson, QB, Louisville: better than Michael Vick was as a QB when entering the draft, still developing as a passer
  13. B. Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma: natural leader, soft touch on deep passes
  14. T. Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech: only 19 years old but already a freak of nature on the field, would be excellent as an edge rusher
  15. C. Williams, OT, Texas: Franchise LT prospect, could slide inside and be a starter for decade
  16. R. Jones II, RB, USC: fluid and upright runner, incredible burst through holes
  17. J. Alexander, CB, Louisville: has some Darrelle Revis traits in him, excellent in man to man coverage
  18. R. Smith, LB, UGA
  19. W. Hernandez, OG, UTEP
  20. S. Michel, RB, UGA
  21. M. Davenport, DE, UTSA
  22. S. Darnold, QB, USC: reminds me of a young Eli Manning between the ears, very live arm with excellent mobility
  23. I. Oliver, CB, Colorado
  24. F. Ragnow, C, Arkansas: absolute beast up front, shows good leverage and solid anchor
  25. M. McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame
  26. D. Ward, CB, Ohio State
  27. J. Daniels, C, Iowa
  28. B. Price, C, Ohio State
  29. C. Ridley, WR, Alabama
  30. D. Grice, RB, LSU: seeks out the contact, shifty for a man his size
  31. J. Sweat, EDGE, Florida
  32. M. Jefferson, OLB, Texas
  33. J. Jackson, CB, Iowa
  34. J. Holland, EDGE, Auburn
  35. DJ Moore, WR, Maryland: big time playmaker at the WR position, solid hands
  36. M. Gallup, WR, Colorado State
  37. M. Hughes, CB, UCF
  38. D. Ejiofor, DE, Wake Forest
  39. U. Nwosu, OLB, USC
  40. Q. Meeks, CB, Stanford
  41. C. Davis, CB, Auburn
  42. C. Kirk, WR, Texas A&M
  43. M. Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State: accurate passer with a chance to be a long term starter
  44. T. Bryan, DT, Florida
  45. O. Okoronkwo, DE, Oklahoma
  46. J. Washington, WR, Oklahoma State
  47. I. Wynn, OT, UGA
  48. D. Payne, DT, Alabama
  49. O. Brown, OT, Oklahoma: Franchise LT potential but size could hinder long-term availability
  50. K. Miller, OT, UCLA
  51. C. Okorafor, OT, WMU
  52. B. Smith, OG, Auburn
  53. H. Phillips, DT, Stanford
  54. A. Lazard, WR, Iowa State: excellent route runner, will excel at next level
  55. R. Penny, RB, SDSU: could be this year’s Alvin Kamara, shifty runner with the power to run through you
  56. S. Quessenberry, C, UCLA
  57. S. Griffin, OLB, UCF
  58. E. St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame: underrated WR in a solid class, deep threat with very good hands
  59. T. McFadden, FS, FSU
  60. D. Hand, DT, Alabama
  61. D. Armstrong Jr., EDGE, Kansas State: could get 10 sacks as a rookie, hope is he doesn’t lose athleticism if asked to bulk up
  62. K. Street, DT, NCState: as good as Bradley Chubb but without the production, powerful pass rusher and run stopper
  63. K. Turay, EDGE, Rutgers
  64. D. Bellamy, OLB, Georgia
  65. N. Chubb, RB, Georgia
  66. M. Ateman, WR, Oklahoma State
  67. M. Gesicki, TE, Penn State: aced the combine, but questions abound about his actual potential
  68. T. Crosby, OT, Oregon
  69. B. Bozeman, C, Alabama
  70. L. Carter, DE, UGA
  71. T. Settle, DT, Virginia Tech
  72. H. Hill, CB, Texas
  73. G. Stroman, CB, Virginia Tech
  74. D. Reed, CB, Kansas State
  75. D. Elliott, S, Texas: leader on the backend, good in man to man coverage
  76. Q. Blending, FS, UVA
  77. D. Goedert, TE, SDAKST: better blocker than receiver, shows soft hands in red zone
  78. R. Freeman, RB, Oregon
  79. A. Tate, WR, FSU
  80. M. Rankin, OT, Mississippi State
  81. C. Thomas, DE, Miami
  82. A. Corbett, C, Nevada: could be best Center in class in three years, instant starter
  83. N. Shepherd, DT, Fort Hays State
  84. J. Lawler, DE, Southern Methodist
  85. C. Wilson, WR, Boise State
  86. K. Johnson, RB, Auburn
  87. J. Jones, OT, Ohio State
  88. W. Richardson, OT, NCState
  89. J. Noteboom, OT, TCU
  90. D. Ndadi, DT, FSU
  91. A. Miller, WR, Memphis
  92. D. Burnett, WR, USC
  93. D. Hamilton, WR, Penn State
  94. N. Hines, RB, NCState
  95. M. Walton, RB, Miami
  96. S. Hubbard, DE, Ohio State
  97. B. Speaks, DE, Mississippi
  98. R. Evans, ILB, Alabama
  99. T. Smith, WR, UCF
  100. J. Allen, QB, Wyoming: better prospect than Christian Hackenburg, mechanical issues seem unfixable

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Author: Dalbin Osorio

Dalbin Osorio is a Case Planner for Graham-Windham, New York's oldest child welfare agency. He is, also, a student at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. Dalbin graduated from Monroe College with a degree in Business Administration. A 3 sport utility man in high school (think a mix of Jerome WIlliams, Brad Smith, and Jayson Nix), he joined TOJ in 2013.