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Drafted Players: NFL

Baker
Mayfield
CLEQB
Rnd 1Pk 1
Saquon
Barkley
NYGRB
Rnd 1Pk 2
Sam
Darnold
NYJQB
Rnd 1Pk 3
Denzel
Ward
CLECB
Rnd 1Pk 4
Bradley
Chubb
DENDE
Rnd 1Pk 5
Quenton
Nelson
INDG
Rnd 1Pk 6
Josh
Allen
BUFQB
Rnd 1Pk 7
Roquan
Smith
CHIOLB
Rnd 1Pk 8
Mike
McGlinchey
SFOT
Rnd 1Pk 9
Josh
Rosen
ARIQB
Rnd 1Pk 10
Minkah
Fitzpatrick
MIACB
Rnd 1Pk 11
Vita
Vea
TBDT
Rnd 1Pk 12
Da'Ron
Payne
WASDT
Rnd 1Pk 13
Marcus
Davenport
NODE
Rnd 1Pk 14
Kolton
Miller
OAKOT
Rnd 1Pk 15
Tremaine
Edmonds
BUFILB
Rnd 1Pk 16
Derwin
James
LACSS
Rnd 1Pk 17
Jaire
Alexander
GBCB
Rnd 1Pk 18
Leighton
Vander Esch
DALILB
Rnd 1Pk 19
Frank
Ragnow
DETC
Rnd 1Pk 20
Billy
Price
CINC
Rnd 1Pk 21
Rashaan
Evans
TENILB
Rnd 1Pk 22
Isaiah
Wynn
NEG
Rnd 1Pk 23
D.J.
Moore
CARWR
Rnd 1Pk 24
Hayden
Hurst
BALTE
Rnd 1Pk 25
Calvin
Ridley
ATLWR
Rnd 1Pk 26
Rashaad
Penny
SEARB
Rnd 1Pk 27
Terrell
Edmunds
PITSS
Rnd 1Pk 28
Taven
Bryan
JAXDT
Rnd 1Pk 29
Mike
Hughes
MINCB
Rnd 1Pk 30
Sony
Michel
NERB
Rnd 1Pk 31
Lamar
Jackson
BALQB
Rnd 1Pk 32
Cleveland
Browns
Baker Mayfield
Round 1 - Pick 1
QB
Position
School
  • School: Oklahoma
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 19
  • Height: 6' 1"
  • Weight: 215
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The signs were there early that the Browns were intrigued with Mayfield. “A lot of what he is as a player fits with the mentality of [Cleveland Brown’s general manager] John Dorsey,” a source told Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson at the Senior Bowl in January. Is the power of personality big enough to lift the Browns when he’s ready to assume the No. 1 job from Tyrod Taylor? More important, how does his game translate to the next level? Greg Cosell offered this in a film breakdown: “Mayfield will be at his best if he’s in a structured passing game.” Structure and the Browns have been lacking, but a move this bold was done in confidence. Grade: B
Cleveland Browns
New York
Giants
Saquon Barkley
Round 1 - Pick 2
RB
Position
School
  • School: Penn St.
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 2
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 233
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The Eli Manning era continues as the QB gets tremendous help in the running game with Barkley. The Penn State product is a three-down back with tremendous hands. In a film study, Greg Cosell noted: "Barkley is a better overall runner than Leonard Fournette, for example, but he’s not the finisher Fournette is." If that’s deemed a knock on Barkley’s game, then the Giants will take it. Grade: A-
New York Giants
New York
Jets
Sam Darnold
Round 1 - Pick 3 (from Colts)
QB
Position
School
  • School: USC
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 14
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 220
Shutdown Corner Commentary
They went with the “safe” pick. And by “safe,” they mean the Darnold from 2016, not the turnover machine of 2017. “He’s still the most NFL-ready QB in the 2018 draft,” says Yahoo Sports’ Tank Williams. Darnold might not be asked to start right away, so there’s a chance the Jets get this right. Grade: B
New York Jets
Cleveland
Browns
Denzel Ward
Round 1 - Pick 4 (from Texans)
CB
Position
School
  • School: Ohio St.
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 15
  • Height: 5' 10"
  • Weight: 191
Shutdown Corner Commentary
And we have our first surprise of the draft. The Browns passed on Bradley Chubb – which surprisingly sits well with Myles Garrett – to go after this alpha corner from the Buckeyes. A bit of a reach? Grade: C+
Cleveland Browns
Denver
Broncos
Bradley Chubb
Round 1 - Pick 5
DE
Position
School
  • School: N.C. State
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 5
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 269
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Von Miller said Chubb is a combination of himself and the Raiders’ Khalil Mack. If this is remotely accurate, then Chubb had every reason to go first in the draft. He had back-to-back 10-sack seasons for N.C. State, showing enough power to be widely be projected as the first defensive player to be selected Thursday. This fell in John Elway’s lap. Grade: A
Denver Broncos
Indianapolis
Colts
Quenton Nelson
Round 1 - Pick 6 (from Jets)
G
Position
School
  • School: Notre Dame
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 4
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 329
Shutdown Corner Commentary
His vicious blocking made him a highlights star on social media. Preserving Andrew Luck is the clear mandate here for the Colts. Feels like a 10-year starter as the safest pick in the draft. Grade: A
Indianapolis Colts
Buffalo
Bills
Josh Allen
Round 1 - Pick 7 (from Bucs)
QB
Position
School
  • School: Wyoming
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 32
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 233
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Accuracy be damned. The Bills took the plunge with the project player with an immense ceiling largely based on his monster arm. However, it’s hard to shake this observation from Yahoo Sports’ Pat Forde, who got a look at the Wyoming QB at Senior Bowl: “Then there are his numbers in Wyoming’s games against opponents from Power Five conferences. Facing Iowa and Oregon in 2017 and Nebraska in ’16, Allen was 48 of 96 for 427 yards, with one touchdown and eight interceptions. Disastrous numbers.” Good luck, Bills. Grade: C-
Buffalo Bills
Chicago
Bears
Roquan Smith
Round 1 - Pick 8
OLB
Position
School
  • School: Georgia
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 3
  • Height: 6' 1"
  • Weight: 236
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Feels like the Bears got the next great young linebacker. In an evolving NFL where linebackers who can play coverage are prized – along with maintaining a hard edge against the run – Smith is a standout for his versatility. Grade: A
Chicago Bears
San Francisco
49ers
Mike McGlinchey
Round 1 - Pick 9
OT
Position
School
  • School: Notre Dame
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 16
  • Height: 6' 8"
  • Weight: 312
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Jimmy Garoppolo should be in good hands. Notre Dame allowed just 24 sacks during the 2017 season, which shows than McGlinchey and guard Quenton Nelson, who was picked ahead of him, put in some serious work in protecting QB Brandon Wimbush last season. Grade: B
San Francisco 49ers
Arizona
Cardinals
Josh Rosen
Round 1 - Pick 10 (from Raiders)
QB
Position
School
  • School: UCLA
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 1
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 226
Shutdown Corner Commentary
There’s an argument to be made that Rosen was the best QB in this class. He was widely lauded for his mechanics and feel for the game. The Cardinals were aggressive in moving up to grab him. It wasn’t the Aaron Rodgers-like fall, but it should be enough of a draft night snub to add fuel to his fire. Grade: B+
Arizona Cardinals
Miami
Dolphins
Minkah Fitzpatrick
Round 1 - Pick 11
CB
Position
School
  • School: Alabama
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 9
  • Height: 6' 1"
  • Weight: 201
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The temptation was there to transition from QB Ryan Tannehill. Instead, the Dolphins picked up one of the most exciting defenders in the draft. Fitzpatrick would have been a fine pick in the top 5. In a choice between Fitzpatrick and Derwin James, Miami couldn't have gone wrong with either of them. Best all-around DB in the draft. Saban sic'd him on any top receiver the Tide was facing, or had him cover over the top as a safety. Considering Alabama's DBs typically do well in the league, this was a solid pick. Grade: A
Miami Dolphins
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
Vita Vea
Round 1 - Pick 12 (from Bills)
DT
Position
School
  • School: Washington
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 20
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 347
Shutdown Corner Commentary
They passed up Derwin James for Vea, who is good at what he does (plugging the middle) but isn't going to add much pass rush value in a division with Matt Ryan, Cam Newton and Drew Brees. Grade: D+
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Washington
Redskins
Da'Ron Payne
Round 1 - Pick 13
DT
Position
School
  • School: Alabama
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 23
  • Height: 6' 2"
  • Weight: 311
Shutdown Corner Commentary
It was clear, "Oh no, Vita Vea is gone, what do we do?" was the conversation in the Washington war room after Tampa's pick. Payne is a solid player but is Washington trying to rebuild Nick Saban's Alabama defensive lines? Grade: C
Washington Redskins
New Orleans
Saints
Marcus Davenport
Round 1 - Pick 14 (from Packers)
DE
Position
School
  • School: UTSA
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 42
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 264
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The price the Saints paid for him is insane. New Orleans' run as the most impulsive team in the NFL continues. They made a huge move to take an athletic but largely unproven pass rusher. Grade: D-
New Orleans Saints
Oakland
Raiders
Kolton Miller
Round 1 - Pick 15 (from Cards)
OT
Position
School
  • School: UCLA
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 41
  • Height: 6' 9"
  • Weight: 310
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Oakland moves down, reaches for protection for Derek Carr. Miller is very athletic and the Raiders need to replace Donald Penn at left tackle. Still, for a team that needs so much help on defense, this lacked a lot of pop. Grade: C+
Oakland Raiders
Buffalo
Bills
Tremaine Edmonds
Round 1 - Pick 16 (from Ravens)
ILB
Position
School
  • School: Virginia Tech
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 11
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 253
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Bills make another move to fill defensive need with good value. The 19-year-old is a solid fit with coach Sean McDermott, who will know how to make the most out of all of Edmunds' abilities. Trading up is questionable, but Edmunds can be a difference maker. Grade: B
Buffalo Bills
Los Angeles
Chargers
Derwin James
Round 1 - Pick 17
SS
Position
School
  • School: Florida St.
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 7
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 215
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Had James gone 10 picks earlier, nobody would have been surprised. He's another star for a D that has a lot of talent (though L.A. still doesn't have a QB of the future). Tremendous value with possibly the best secondary player in the draft at No. 17. Grade: A
Los Angeles Chargers
Green Bay
Packers
Jaire Alexander
Round 1 - Pick 18 (from Seahawks)
CB
Position
School
  • School: Louisville
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 17
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 192
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The Packers needed a cornerback. Jaire Alexander is a good player and an instant starter. Done and done. This is a value pick for the Packers, who moved back in the draft and probably still ended up with the guy they wanted. Grade: B+
Green Bay Packers
Dallas
Cowboys
Leighton Vander Esch
Round 1 - Pick 19
ILB
Position
School
  • School: Boise St.
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 25
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 256
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Vander Esch is a plug and play linebacker who can succeed Sean Lee as Dallas' do-it-all guy. It was odd seeing Michael Irvin, Drew Pearson take the stage in dramatic fashion only to see the Cowboys pass on Dez Bryant's replacement. Oh well, the Cowboys got a solid rookie. Grade: B
Dallas Cowboys
Detroit
Lions
Frank Ragnow
Round 1 - Pick 20
C
Position
School
  • School: Arkansas
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 57
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 309
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The Lions got a guy who will start for a decade and help alleviate running game issues while keeping Matthew Stafford happy. But Detroit needed a pass rusher. Grade: B-
Detroit Lions
Cincinnati
Bengals
Billy Price
Round 1 - Pick 21 (from Bills)
C
Position
School
  • School: Ohio St.
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 34
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 312
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The Bengals could use some pass rush. But there's apparently something in the water with teams in Ohio picking Ohio State players. The Bengals filled their biggest hole at center. Will they regret passing on James Daniels, though? Grade: B
Cincinnati Bengals
Tennessee
Titans
Rashaan Evans
Round 1 - Pick 22 (from Bills via Chiefs)
ILB
Position
School
  • School: Alabama
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 18
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 234
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The Titans lost their No. 2 tackler in Avery Williamson, moved up to grab his replacement, who may end up being better. Evans can line up at any linebacker spot and will be a productive player for a bunch of years. He could be a Pro Bowler very soon. Grade: A.
Tennessee Titans
New England
Patriots
Isaiah Wynn
Round 1 - Pick 23 (from Rams)
G
Position
School
  • School: Georgia
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 10
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 313
Shutdown Corner Commentary
So much for the Lamar Jackson possibility. Wynn might end up at left tackle, though he could play guard too. New England needed to replace Nate Solder, a tackle. Grade: C+
New England Patriots
Carolina
Panthers
D.J. Moore
Round 1 - Pick 24
WR
Position
School
  • School: Maryland
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 27
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 210
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Finally, a receiver. It's a surprise Moore was the first receiver off the board over Calvin Ridley. He might have more potential. Moore didn't have a stable quarterback situation with the Terrapins, so don't look at his college stats as a good indicator of his value. Grade: B
Carolina Panthers
Baltimore
Ravens
Hayden Hurst
Round 1 - Pick 25 (from Titans)
TE
Position
School
  • School: South Carolina
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 48
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 250
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The Ravens traded back 13 spots and passed on filling a big need with Calvin Ridley on the board. He was not expected to be the first tight end off the board. But Ozzie Newsome should know a thing or two about the position. Grade: C+
Baltimore Ravens
Atlanta
Falcons
Calvin Ridley
Round 1 - Pick 26
WR
Position
School
  • School: Alabama
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 38
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 189
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Ridley and Julio Jones for Matt Ryan? Great value for a player some thought was the top WR in the class. Grade: A
Atlanta Falcons
Seattle
Seahawks
Rashaad Penny
Round 1 - Pick 27 (from Packers via Saints)
RB
Position
School
  • School: S. Diego St.
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 94
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 220
Shutdown Corner Commentary
A true shocker. Not Derrius Guice, or Sony Michel, or Nick Chubb or ... you get the point. Penny has a lot going for him, and had a great 2017 but ... wow. Seattle had a golden opportunity to fill Richard Sherman’s spot with Josh Jackson … and reached for a RB? Grade: D
Seattle Seahawks
Pittsburgh
Steelers
Terrell Edmunds
Round 1 - Pick 28
SS
Position
School
  • School: Virginia Tech
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 128
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 217
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Edmunds fits a need with the departure of Mike Mitchell, but will the Steelers regret passing on Justin Reid? Edmunds seems to be a bit of a reach in the first round, but without a great inside linebacker available, Pittsburgh helped its defense in another way. Grade: C+
Pittsburgh Steelers
Jacksonville
Jaguars
Taven Bryan
Round 1 - Pick 29
DT
Position
School
  • School: Florida
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 13
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 291
Shutdown Corner Commentary
The Jaguars have a fantastic defensive line, and Bryan adds to it. He isn't going to see many double teams. Grade: B
Jacksonville Jaguars
Minnesota
Vikings
Mike Hughes
Round 1 - Pick 30
CB
Position
School
  • School: UCF
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 24
  • Height: 5' 10"
  • Weight: 189
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Minnesota needed a lineman to protect its new investment (Kirk Cousins) and passed on a good one in Will Hernandez. Hughes is a fine pick but the Vikings didn't need much. Grade: C
Minnesota Vikings
New England
Patriots
Sony Michel
Round 1 - Pick 31
RB
Position
School
  • School: Georgia
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 31
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 220
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Michel was the second-best running back in the draft. He's a great weapon who can do anything for Tom Brady. The Patriots will get the most out of Michel, who helps replace Dion Lewis. The Patriots rarely invest in running backs so he must be special. Grade: A-
New England Patriots
Baltimore
Ravens
Lamar Jackson
Round 1 - Pick 32 (from Eagles)
QB
Position
School
  • School: Louisville
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 8
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 200
Shutdown Corner Commentary
Just when it looked like the most intriguing QB in the draft was slipping, the Ravens made a bold move for Joe Flacco’s assumed heir. It was very smart of the Ravens to move up to the final pick of the first round, and secure a fifth-year option on his rookie deal. Jackson is electric, and he'll be fun to watch. Grade: B+
Baltimore Ravens