A tantalizing blend of size and speed, White began his LSU career as a running back but showcased great pass coverage and run-stopping instincts on his way to an All-American season. White has unlimited upside.
Ford can play anywhere on the offensive line, but NFL teams may settle on Ford as a guard rather than his college position as a tackle. Ford is highly athletic, but a little short and will probably disappoint with his measurements at the combine. Ford is a powerful run blocker and is highly serviceable as a pass blocker.
The best run blocking tight end to come out in years. Hockenson put together a great highlight tape including mostly pancake blocks. With the success of former Iowa tight end George Kittle, Hock will likely be drafted higher than expected.
In any other draft class, Simmons would be the consensus DL1 and in contention for a top 3 pick. However, this historic iDL class pushes Simmons down the board and creates good fortune for a team picking in the later top 15.
Techincally sound and dominated in all aspects in the college ranks. Williams has been projected as a guard, but could change that stigma if he performs well and measures well at the combine.
The combine will be huge for Murphy as his straight-line speed is the only thing stopping him from being mentioned in the same breath as Marshon Lattimore and Denzel Ward.
Would not surprise me of Allen is the best player from this draft class in a few years. Allens collegiate progression has followed the Khalil Mack arc, and his pro career could turn out similar. Allen should dominate the combine and lock himself in as a top 3 pick.
The Leonard Fournette of iDLs. Oliver is hard to project considering he sat out most of this past season with an "injury" but was absolutely dominant in 2017. Oliver will absolutely weigh in at less than his playing weight (300) and will likely be closer to 280. Can an iDL of that size hold up in the NFL? See: Aaron Donald.
The most dominant player of the 2018 NCAAF season. Williams has the quick twitch to initiate contact first every time, the strength to disengage the blocker, and the quickness to get to the ball carrier. He is as good of a prospect as Ndamukong Suh.
Similar to Oliver, Bosa held out the majority of the 2018 season in hopes of preparing for the NFL Draft. Bosa was one of the games most dominating edge rushers last season for Ohio State. Bosa has NFL blood lines - his brother is an All-Pro for the Chargers - yet Nick is said to have the most potential between them. Bosa has a huge frame and is insanely fast and strong. Bosa plays the premier position on the defensive side of the football and finds himself in a draft where the top few teams have major needs at EDGE. Bosa seems locked into the first overall spot for now, and rightfully so.