3. Chiefs: Bryan Bresee, Right End, Clemson The Chiefs are a wildcard here as they can go many ways. Pass Rushers are always a premium in the league so we have them selecting Bresee who is a stout playmaker on the line. Has elite acceleration and first-step quickness, Especially for his size and bulk. Shows quick hands as a pass rusher but also plays effectively in the run game. A former High-level basketball player that transfers that athleticism to the football field effectively. 4. Packers: Jadon Haselwood, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma: The Packers offense desperately needs playmakers and we have them grabbing one early. Jadon high points the football with strong hands and has unmatched jump ball ability. Crisp route-runner that uses his size effectively to body smaller DBs. Has adequate speed but is not a burner and wins with his size and elite ball skills rather. 5. Jets: Julian Fleming, Wide receiver, Ohio State The Jets have been trying to escape the Afc East cellar for years. They seem to have found their franchise quarterback and look to give him a new number 1 target here. Julian has video game like combination of size, strength and jumping ability. Easily separates. His top end speed and quick cuts make him elite after the catch. A game-changer on special teams as well in the return game. A difference-maker in the red zone who wins multiple ways. He always seems to have “another gear” to pull away from defenses. He will terrorize the afc defensive backs for years to come
Browns: Nakobe Dean, Linebacker, Georgia. Among the most athletic linebackers in the nation with high-level short area quickness and burst. Pairs intelligence and instincts with athletic ability and toughness. Highly active at inside linebacker. Has very good recognition skills and triggers quickly. Easily runs sideline to sideline. Lacks some length in coverage with his smaller frame and can continue to improve his tackling form
Steelers: Michael Penix Jr, Quarterback, Indiana Pittsburgh let Gardner Minshew walk after contract negotiations stalled. With no starting caliber Qb on the roster the my turn to Michael Penix Jr who just had one of the best seasons in college history. He had a 177.8 quarterback rating his final season in college and won virtually every award he was eligible for. A true duel threat quarterback who can make plays with his arm or feet. The Steelers May want to convince him to stop running as much as he has had two acl injuries already. Even without his running ability his passing ability is elite and worthy of a top 10 selection. Has a strong arm who fits balls into tight windows. His footwork is exactly what you would be looking for in a franchise quarterback. He progresses through his reads with ease and will take the check down when his first options are covered. Has the makings of perennial pro bowler.