2018 NFL Draft Prospect, Derrius Guice, RB, LSU

Derrius  Guice, RB, LSU, 5’11, 212 Pounds, 4.54 forty yard dash.

Mr. Guice  is one of the best running backs in College Football this season.Injuries prohibited  him from getting off to a hot start in 2017. That all changed two weeks ago when Mr. Guice had 276 yards rushing on 22 carries and a touchdown against Ole Miss. He’s young who  has immense suddenness , strength, and agility not seen very often in a 220 pound running back. He breaks a lot of tackles and pushes the pile in a lot of short yardage situations. Mr. Guice has the ability to be a three down back in today pass driven NFL. Derrius Guice will be drafted in the first round in 2018  NFL Draft.

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2017 NFL Football Trivia,

What coach , winner of three Super Bowls, left football behind to concentrate on his new role as the owner of a successful racing team on the Nascar circuit ?

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2018 NFL Draft Prospect, Lorenzo Carter, OLB, Georgia

2018 NFL Draft Prospect

Lorenzo Carter, OLB, 6’6, 245 Pounds, the University of Georgia.

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Mr. Carter is the real deal. The young man has an outstanding upside  as a pass- rusher in a 3-4 defensive at the next level. He has the length that many NFL teams covet in today’s game. I really liked the  prototypical size, athletic ability and speed of Mr. Lorenzo Carter. One important aspect of his game that has improved , he has been a really solid run defender this season. In my opinion this year, Mr. Carter has been one of the top ten defensive players in college football this season. Just take one look at his game film in week two vs Notre Dame , 7 total tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 sack, and two QB hurries. Lorenzo Carter will be a first round pick in 2018 NFL Draft.

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2018 NFL Draft Prospect Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn

Carlton Davis, 6’2, 190  pounds, Auburn

Mr. Davis would be an early entry in 2018 NFL Draft who has a great upside as a cover corner at the next level.  He’s tall with somewhat adequate bulk and the frame to get a little bigger. The young  man has  16 tackles and 8 passes broken up on the year. What i just  loved about Mr. Davis he can stand toe to toe with the big wideouts  as he is a very physical defender who really competes at a  very high level. Carlton Davis will hear his name call very early in 2018 NFL Draft.

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2018 NFL Draft Prospect, Sutton Smith, LB, Northern Illinois

Sutton Smith, 6’0, 220 pounds, LB, Northern Illinois.

Mr. Smith is an undersized pass rusher who uses his lack of height to his advantage as it helps him dip under taller offensive lineman. The young man leads the country in sacks 8.5 and tackles for loss 16 , while playing for a top- 10 defensive nationally. He has the physical tools and mental capacity to start at inside or weakside LB at the next level. Please keep this in mind that Sutton Smith has had a combined 8.5 tackles for loss and four sacks in games vs Boston College , Nebraska , and San Diego State. Sutton Smith will be an excellent Pro at the next level.

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2018 NFL Draft Prospect Trenton Thompson, DT, Georgia

Trenton Thompson, DT, 6’1, 295 Pounds, Georgia, Junior.

Mr. Thompson has missed the last two games against Vandy and Missouri. He injured his knee in the first half of a 41 to 0 blowout win over Tennessee  four weeks ago on the road. The young man has 17 tackles this season tied for third on the team with three other players.  And his three tackles for loss are fourth on the team this season. My honest feeling about Mr. Thompson,  he’s by far the best defensive tackle in the 2018 NFL Draft, the guy is a huge body with excellent speed at the point of impact. What i love  about him the most , he’s great interior pass rusher with multiple pass rush moves. Trenton Thompson will be a perennial Pro Bowl player at the next level.

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2018 NFL Draft Prospect, Ken Webster, CB, Ole Miss

Ken Webster, 5’11, 194 , lbs, Ole Miss.

This young man’s play  has been off the charts  since the season started. Remember this, Mr. Webster hasn’t really been 100 percent from an ACL Tear , he suffered in the first game against Florida State in 2016. His production in 2017, has been very good with 11 tackles  and 3 pass breakups. Mr. Webster has excellent speed to go along with exceptional athlete ability and outstanding ball skills  to be the first cornerback selected in the 2018 NFL Draft.

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2018 NFL Draft Prospect, Dorance Armstrong, LB/DE, Kansas

Dorance Armstrong, 6’4, 245 , lbs, Kansas.

Mr. Armstrong’s play   stands out on a very bad football team. The young man has tremendous length and effort that leads to plays  most players can’t make on College Football level such as Mr. Armstrong.  He’s an explosive athlete with an outstanding good get- off first step. The young guy can be equally good as a top level pass rusher or run defender with add weight at the next level. There is no question in my mind that Dorance Armstrong will a top 15 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.

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2018 NFL Draft Prospect, Jordan Thomas, CB, Oklahoma

Jordan Thomas, 6′,1 192 pounds, Oklahoma.

Mr. Thomas has very good height and quickness. An outstanding athlete with speed, quickness, suddenness and an excellent change of direction. He tracks the ball very well in the air and routinely comes down 50- 50 balls. Jordan Thomas should be a mid – first  selection in 2018 NFL Draft.

2018 NFL Draft Prospect, Ronnie Harrison, Saftey, Alabama

Ronnie Harrison, 6’3, 205 pounds, University of Alabama.

Mr. Harrison is a very long and good built safety prospect in the 2018 NFL Draft. The young  man has plenty of experience going against high- level competition.  Mr. Harrison is a good to very good athlete with outstanding speed and range.His stats for this season so far, he has 31 tackles and 2 sacks on the year.  Mr. Harrison will be one of the top five safeties in the 2018 NFL Draft.

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