T Ronnie Stanley
Stanley fills a hole left by Kelechi Osemele. Not that he will be playing guard, but Stanley will start day one. It is a solid pick especially with many of the top players off the board, and the surprising controversy surrounding Laremy Tunsil.
CB William Jackson III
I’m not sure what to think with this pick. Jackson is big, fast, and has great ball skills. He is a little raw, but has a chance to start sooner than later. The Bengals got killed by the run of wide outs directly in front of them. Jackson will be a good player, but he might not have been the best player available.
WR Corey Coleman
Corey Coleman is hardly a polished receiver, but he may have the largest upside of all the receivers in this draft. The Browns took the first receiver in the draft after trading down from the eighth spot. They added picks and drafted a need player who was on the top of the board. Maybe these aren’t the same old Browns.
CB Artie Burns
The Steelers need help in the secondary after getting shredded last season, but Burns is a big stretch. Hopefully, he won’t start this season because he got torched several times by ACC receivers. He is very “boom or bust,” but the Steelers have a knack of making great defensive players.
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