Ravens: Siaki Ika, Defensive Tackle, LSU. The Immortal Calais Campbell has finally decided to hang up his cleats and leaves a glaring hole in the middle of this Ravens defense. A hole that is now quickly filled with the addition of Ika. He is a suffocating run stuffer in the middle of the line. He has a massive build pushing 375 lbs. The Ravens will have to work on his conditioning to be able to be a 3 down lineman for them. He has shown the ability to put pressure on the quarterback but there is no doubt about what he will he brought in for. Take up space, shed blocks, and attack the run game
Patriots: John Campbell jr, Left Tackle, Miami. The Pats had an early exit in the playoffs this year and they are determined to fix that. There aren’t many holes in this team currently but they can add to the offensive line. Their main need would be center, but as both tackles are over 30 they go with the best line prospect left in Campbell. Campbell has played left and right tackle in college and projects as a franchise left tackle for the next decade. He has the ability to play inside which may help him see the field in his rookie year. He is quicker then he looks and has no trouble with speed pass rushers, where he has had trouble in college is with bull rush techniques but he has been working on that this off season. His quick feet allow him to excel in the ground game as well as getting out in front of screens.
Colts: Mike Sainristil, Wide Receiver, Michigan. The Colts look to improve a wide receiving core that doesn’t have much depth currently. This team lives and dies with its ground game but needs to show the threat of the pass otherwise Jonathan Taylor will face stacked boxes all year long again. Mike is a bit undersized for the position but has great lower body power and explosion. He came into college as a corner and worked on his ball skills so much that he got his shot at the other side of the ball. This means he is a bit of a project as he doesn’t have the reps you would love to see, but the upside potential is too much to ignore for Indy.
FootballTeam: Tyreke Johnson, Cornerback, Ohio state The Football team has put together back to back strong seasons and will look to retool in their secondary as some of their corners are aging a bit. Tyreke Johnson will be able to step in and start in the nickel day one, while pushing for the corners ahead of him for their spots. He entered college as the number 1 safety prospect in the nation, but has slid into the cornerback role as needed. His ability to play every level in the secondary is key in this day and age. He attacks in run support and isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty taking on blockers. He doesn’t have natural fluid hands, but showed improvement in his ball skills this year. The Football team gets a Swiss Army knife of a player later in round 1, this is how good teams remain good for a long time
Giants: Logan Brown, Left Tackle, Wisconsin. The NY Giants, coming off a playoff berth look to sure up the offensive line here. Daniel Jones has shown enough to be considered the franchise quarterback but he still needs to be protected. He has weapons around him and a top 5 running back in Saquon Barkley. Protecting his blindside will be key for another playoff berth. Logan earlier in his career was more of a mailing run blocker but has greatly improved his footwork and will hold his own at left tackle at the next level. A high motor player who will finish after the whistle some plays and will need to get that under control. Has great strength and arm length, but moves quickly to deal with a speed rush.