Took the year off in 2020, but was a more impactful player on a lesser defense in 2019 compared to Devin White whom was drafted top 10. Parsons can rush the passer and cover TEs and RBs.
A shame that Rousseau also opted out of 2020, because he was a special talent on Miamis defense in 2019. Had double digits sack as a redshirt player.
Love him or hate him, the national media such as Daniel Jeremiah is telling us that Wilson is the number 2 quarterback in this class. Wilson is the king of splash plays, and compares to a dynamic Baker Mayfield.
The best player in college football during the 2020 season, Smith projects as an Antonio Brown type player. Will his slim frame hold up? Smith reportedly can run in the low 4.4s
Farleys speed gives him the edge over Patrick Surtain for me. We have seen recent prospects such as Jeff Okuduh be hamstrung by their lack of top-end speed in the NFL. Farley has the traits needed to be a number 1 corner in the league.
Reportedly the fastest player on an Alabama roster full of fast players, Waddle projects as a taller Tyreek Hill clone. Waddles floor is Brandin Cooks. Hopefully not John Ross...
No need to talk this one to death, Sewell, only 20, gives a team a decade plus starter at left tackle.
Remember Eric Ebron? Now picture Ebron without the drops, and add in plus run-blocking.
Another 2020 opt out, Chase reminds of Julio Jones. Chase relegated Justin Jefferson, a player 2 years older, to the slot. Jefferson was an all-star this year, and Chase was significantly better.
QBs in the NFL, especially those drafted in the first round, have a higher bust rate than nearly any other position. If you only query by recent history, you can see that not a single QB from 2009-2017 is on the team that originally drafted them. That being said, Lawrence is a clean QB prospect where even his absolute floor is still a plus starter in the league.