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Smilers 2018 Mock v1


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1 – Vita Vea, DT, Washington (alternate Lowell Lotulelei)

Big strong, but surprisingly athletic NT. If we don’t retain Dontari Poe, this guy is as close as you’ll get. The former high school running back has allegedly jumped 33 inches in the vert and run the 40 in 4.8’s. Can eat space but also can penetrate as evidenced by his 5 sacks last year. Guys like this don’t come around very often so expect him to have a Poe like rise nearer the draft.


2 – Tony Brown, DB, Alabama

Athlete. 6ft, 198lbs Brown ran 10.12 in the 100 meter time at the NCAA track and field championships. Played both slot and outside corner for the tide, whilst also seeing some time at safety. Outstanding competitor, excels on special teams and loves to hit receivers.


3 – Frank Ragnow, OL, Arkansas (alternate Braden Smith)

Hasn’t surrendered a sack in 2 years. When it comes to his run-blocking, Ragnow was consistently good. Not only did he have the lowest percentage of negatively-graded blocks in the run game of the draft class but he also had the second-highest percentage of positively graded blocks. Arkansas often asks him to work on the second level, pull to the edge and contribute on screen plays.


4 – Christian Miller, DE/OLB, Alabama (alternate Marquis Haynes)

Stuck down the depth chart amongst Alabama pass rushers. Athletic guy, who can also play in space and a fierce competitor. Was earmarked to start at the SLB for the Tide this year, but tore his bicep in the opener.


5 – Janarion Grant, WR, Rutgers

One of the most exciting players in college. Excels in space. 8 career return TD’s ties a CBS record and is first in school history with 2,606 return yards and fourth in all-purpose yardage with 4,251.


6 – Evan Berry, DB, Tennessee

Electrifying returner, but a guy who hasn’t really been given a chance at Tennessee to impact on defense. Potential to rise if he puts it all together this year.


7 – Jaylen Samuels, FB, N.C. State

Lined up everywhere at NC state from HB & FB to TE. He's coming off an MVP performance in the Independence Bowl, when he caught three touchdown passes against Vanderbilt

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