Oregon’s Kayvon Thibodeaux is one of the more talented defensive prospects in recent history and could be the first overall selection in 2022.
The Creed Humphrey scouting report shows how reliable he is at center. He might not wow you with athleticism, but he brings lots of experience.
Kyle Pitts’ scouting report is a good one. He is the top tight end prospect and his receiving ability makes him an impact starter as a rookie
Florida’s Kyle Trask’s scouting report is a polarizing one. Some think he’s a franchise QB, others think he’s a back up at best.
In terms of talent, Joseph Ossai ranks near the top of this years prospects due to his size and ability to rush the passer off of the edge
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah has done it all for the Irish defense. Wherever he lines up, he makes plays and changes games.
Zach Wilson has made a great impression this year with BYU. What he lacks in long-term success, he makes up for with great feel for the game.
Jaylen Waddle has speed that can kill but he isn’t just a deep threat. He’s a well-rounded WR that has great hands and route running ability.
Marvin Wilson’s size and power demand attention. He can free up linebackers to make plays but needs to be more versatile at the next level.
Kylin Hill is an intriguing draft prospect. He runs hard, physically, and is emerging as a pass catcher but what’s his value in today’s NFL?