What rookies are primed for success from day 1?

  1. Probably Kyle Hamilton. Stud in college stepping into an already stacked and healthy secondary on a team known for its defense seems about as good as he could’ve asked for.

  2. I do worry about his speed and acceleration and if that catches up to him at the next level. Dude has crazy anticipation, but when everyone is running 4.33 these days, can that anticipation be enough for him to cover over the top.

  3. Just gonna add that apparently Hamilton is in Mensa so he’s apparently crazy smart and he should be able to learn super fast, we’re extremely hyped about this draft class and that’s saying a lot given how well Bmore usually drafts

  4. The secondary is stacked with Williams, Marlon & peters, but the last 2 are also coming off injury and Williams apparently just got “banged up” in preseason. They’ll be fine and still be great, but the CB depth is absolutely terrible. Marlon & mp are legends but I wouldn’t describe the secondary as a whole as stacked. Obv it’s way better than a lot of teams, but if either MP or Marlon gets hurt it’ll be a huge blow to the pass defense. We’re not crazy about the depth. They’re also prob gonna use Hamilton more as a LB cuz the LB room is absolutely terrible and arguably the worst group on the team.

  5. I like this one. Solid o line. The jets don’t have a glaring weakness on the roster. He’ll take some of the load off Wilson.

  6. Homer pick due to my college flairs but I really do think Linderbaum is going to step in and he will be exactly what the Ravens need at center.

  7. Garret Wilson: I think the weapons for the Jets are underrated, and I loved his route stems in this draft. With Moore/Davis and upgrades at TE, I think he’s going to be someone thrust into a spot where he’s protected. It’s not like say Devonta Smith being the only option, which is a weird thing to say about the Jets.

  8. While I love Garrett I don't think he goes off this season. I think Corey Davis and underrated Elijah Moore get more targets and opportunity. Also not the biggest Zach Wilson believer so while I think his talent will be obvious I don't think it will translate into stats right away and he won't be able to show off his true potential.

  9. I can't wait to see Kenneth Walker III. With Carson not looking like a lock to return and Penny's inability to stay healthy I think he will be nasty this year after watching him play at MSU.

  10. Tyler Badie. He’s competing for RB3 on the ravens and he won’t be a star RB with huge stats, but if you’re a RB that just got drafted then the Ravens as an insanely run-heavy team with Lamar and Greg Roman is about as good as it gets

  11. Skyy Moore. Really liked him as a prospect and was hoping the chargers would draft him as the speed/YAC threat. So going to the chiefs is an even better fit unfortunately.

  12. I'm expecting some drops, but at least Rodgers should get the ball where only Watson can make a play

  13. Lewis Cine is playing with Zadarious Smith and Hunter as pass rushers, Eric Kendricks is a top 5 coverage LB, and Harrison Smith has plenty to teach him. Add in Cam Bynum being one of PFF's highest-graded rookies at Safety last year and Cine has plenty of opportunities to succeed. CB depth is a concern but in these types pointless speculations I think it's fair to assume a certain amount of health.

  14. Logan Hall. His flexibility will allow him to play that 3-4 end spot well and really pin his ears back on passing downs. There is plenty of talent on that line so he should be able to rotate frequently and stay fresh.

  15. Kaiir Elam lands on an elite defense with an upgraded pass rush, two good coverage LBs, and the best safety tandem in the NFL behind him.

  16. Man I'm a Tennessee fan, if you think Velus is gonna approach #1 WR production you are in for the rudest of surprises.

  17. I wouldn’t count on it. He got decently good stats, but his only real weapon is speed. His hands aren’t fantastic, his route running is kind of soft, and his stats really benefitted most from busting coverages, which is not nearly as easy in the NFL unless you’re Randy Moss.

  18. Jahan Dotson is in a great situation. All accounts say he is the clear number one receiver target for Wentz while McLaurin holds out.

  19. Nah. I think he'll be good but if we go this route I think he's closer to being like Trey Sermon/Joe Williams (in terms of performance) than being better than Mitchell. He's a no go in 3rd down and can't catch

  20. Pretty much everyone from the Seahawks Draft. Those 2 lineman, Lucas and Cross will be starters for years. And that running back, Walker! I’m excited. The 2 defensive backs will be solid as well. Our best draft in 10 years.

  21. No love for Kayvon Thibodeaux or Evan Neal? KT is entering a solid D-Line with a blitz-heavy DC and a rising EDGE opposite him in Azeez Ojulari. He's already a front-runner for DYOR. Neal is entering a revamped OL with a HC and OC who actually understand the 21st-century NFL works and working next to a veteran RG in Mark Glowinski. If the new offensive scheme can allow Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley to flourish, that only makes his job easier and makes him look even better.

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