How to Get Into the NFL Draft: My Favorite Teams and Prospects

The 2018 NFL Draft is only days away, and if you want to start watching games this week, you’re going to need to watch a few games from around the league.

For the sake of this article, we’re going a little off-topic here.

This article will cover some of the top picks and prospects for the 2018 NFL draft.

I’m going to go over what to look for and what not to expect from some of these players, so stay tuned.

First, some teams will be starting to go into their first round of the draft.

As you might expect, these picks are going to be a bit of a surprise to many people.

Here are some of my favorite players to watch.

I know some of you guys might be wondering why I didn’t list a bunch of top talent before the first round.

The reason is that we are not looking for some big names or stars here, we are looking for a few guys that have an interesting story.

I want to make sure that you are seeing a lot of players that you can get excited about, but that you don’t have to spend a ton of money on.

Here is my list of the best draft picks from this year’s draft class.

Here are the top prospects for this year:Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina (6-foot-3, 310 pounds)Clowney’s athleticism is well-known, and the fact that he is a defensive end makes him a great fit for the NFL.

He can be a disruptive force on the field, and has a great understanding of the game.

Clowney has shown an ability to be versatile on the football field, as he is able to play in multiple positions, including defensive end.

He is one of the most talented defensive ends in the draft, and he is not going to lose any of that versatility by being an interior lineman.

Clownay also had a solid pro day.

He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.36 seconds, and measured in at 5’11” and 213 pounds.

He also had excellent vertical jump, which I believe is a great trait for a defensive lineman.

He had a good day at the Combine, which was held on March 14, 2018 in Indianapolis.

He was listed as having a 3.56-second 40-yd dash and a 4.38-second broad jump, and his bench press was measured at 225 pounds.

It’s worth noting that the bench press wasn’t a major concern, as it is typically a good indicator of a player’s ability to become an elite pass rusher.

The Combine will be Clowney’s first chance to impress NFL teams, and I’m not expecting him to disappoint.

I will be covering a lot more prospects this year.

In the meantime, here is a list of my top 10 QB prospects.

If you have any questions about the draft or just want to chat about the game, I’m here to help.

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