Sport The 2018 NFL Draft’s biggest boom-or-bust first-round prospects

19:14  16 april  2018
19:14  16 april  2018 Source:   The Comeback

Report: Draft analyst says Browns expected to take Allen No. 1

  Report: Draft analyst says Browns expected to take Allen No. 1 The Cleveland Browns are in need of a franchise quarterback.On NFL Network Monday evening, former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah reported that sources say the Browns are expected to take Allen with the top pick.

Boom - or - bust prospects live in every draft for every sport and general managers willing to take them will be lauded as a "genius" or sent packing depending on the results. So who goes boom and who goes bust in the 2015 NFL Draft ?

PFF covers the NFL Draft all year round with expert mock drafts , scouting profiles, and advanced college stats. The most obvious boom - or - bust prospect in this draft , Josh Allen is a prospect underpinned by the NFL ’ s faith in potential.

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Despite all of the scouting, workouts and film study that talent evaluators have been devoting to college prospects in recent months (and years), the NFL Draft is famously a crapshoot. Some players look like sure things, but even at the top of the draft, there are some risks. Some rolls of the dice are riskier than others, even with a player that some mock drafts have going No. 1 overall.

Let’s take a look at the top NFL Draft prospects who are most high-risk/high-reward in 2018’s annual player selection meeting.

QB Josh Allen: At 6-foot-5, 233 pounds with an arm that can launch the ball 90 yards, the mobile Allen is a physical marvel. But he completed just 56.2 percent of his passes at Wyoming, of all places.

Report: Browns still deciding between Darnold, Allen for top pick

  Report: Browns still deciding between Darnold, Allen for top pick The Cleveland Browns have been on the clock for the 2018 NFL Draft for more than three months now.The Cleveland Browns have been on the clock for the 2018 NFL Draft for more than three months now, but head coach Hue Jackson said recently that the team has no idea who they are taking with the top overall pick. According to one report, it will definitely be a quarterback.

Wyoming's Josh Allen leads Chad Reuter's list of the 2018 NFL Draft ' s top boom - or - bust prospects . RB overview: Top 5 prospects , teams with greatest need at position. Five- round mock: Browns take Allen No. 1 , Saints trade up for Mayfield.

Or a poor draft season. Or a medical or attitude issue. Whatever the reason, these are the biggest boom / bust prospects in the 2018 NFL draft , ranked from It wasn't all that long ago that Orlando Brown was considered the No. 1 tackle prospect in the 2018 draft and a sure-fire first - round pick.

QB Lamar Jackson: Another physical marvel, Jackson completed just 57.0 percent of his passes at Louisville. He could become Deshaun Watson… or Vince Young.

WR Calvin Ridley: The Alabama product is polished, but he needs to fill out and prove that he can avoid bouts of the drops. His NFL career could go either way.

OT Orlando Brown: At 6-foot-8, 360 pounds, the big and long Oklahoma product is a tantalizing prospect. The problem is that his football is abysmal and he bombed at the NFL scouting combine.

DE Marcus Davenport: The UTSA stand-up pass-rusher is big (6-foot-5, 264 pounds) and explosive (sub-4.6 40-yard dash), but he’s incredibly raw and he had just 8.5 sacks as a senior.

DE Arden Key: The elite LSU product took a leave of absence last spring and followed that up with a down year. Can he push past the red flags and recapture the magic that saw him dominate as a first-team All-SEC defensive lineman in 2016?

'Buzz building' for Mayfield as No. 1 overall pick

  'Buzz building' for Mayfield as No. 1 overall pick The Cleveland Browns will soon officially be on the clock, and the long-suffering franchise is expected to select a quarterback. And they could be eyeing Baker Mayfield over Sam Darnold, Josh Allen and Josh Rosen.According to NFL reporter Benjamin Allbright, there is “buzz building” about Mayfield as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 draft.Lot of Baker at #1 buzz building over the last week.— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) April 23, 2018Cleveland would be wise to consider Mayfield, who set multiple NCAA records while leading Oklahoma to three straight Big 12 championships.

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Go Big or Go Home: Final Four 2018 , Can Michigan Claim the Title? 12 Small School Standouts to Watch for in the NFL Draft . Arden Key may have been a first - round pick and possibly the second edge rusher off the board if he had come out after the 2016 season.

DT Maurice Hurst: You don’t see a lot of interior defensive line prospects with Hurst’s level of explosiveness. But the Michigan product has to prove that he has the size and strength to deliver at the NFL level.

CB Josh Jackson: The Iowa defensive back led the nation with eight interceptions in 2017, but that was his only season as a starter and there are still questions about his speed.

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