RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina* (5’10”, 220)

Background: Carried the ball 43 times as a freshman, picking up 224 yards and five touchdowns (5.2) before stepping into a major role the following year, a season in which he put together a line of 166-933-5 (5.6), adding seventeen catches as well. Touches were almost exactly the same as a junior, but his efficiencyContinue reading “RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina* (5’10”, 220)”

OG Wyatt Davis, Ohio St.* (6’4”, 315)

Background: Grandfather is Hall of Fame defensive end Willie Davis. Five-star recruit who redshirted, then started the final two games of the following season. Took over as a starter in 2019 and reprised that role this past season. Positives: Very thickly-built offensive guard who carries his weight well. Plays the game with nastiness, attempting toContinue reading “OG Wyatt Davis, Ohio St.* (6’4”, 315)”

WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, Southern California* (6’1”, 195)

Background: Brother is NFL receiver Equanimeous St. Brown. Five-star recruit who burst onto the scene to the tune of 60-750-3 (12.5), then expanded his production to 77-1,042-6 (13.5) before going 41-478-7 (11.7) last year and declaring for the draft. Positives: Pretty well-built for the pro receiver position, with above-average height and adequate bulk. Typically linesContinue reading “WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, Southern California* (6’1”, 195)”

WR Dazz Newsome, North Carolina (5’11”, 190)

Background: Did a little bit of everything in high school but was often considered a cornerback recruit. However, was used as a receiver from his true freshman season at North Carolina, starting two of nine games the first year and finishing with 18-227-0 (12.6). Started six games the following year and went 44-506-2 (11.5), thenContinue reading “WR Dazz Newsome, North Carolina (5’11”, 190)”

WR D’Wayne Eskridge, Western Michigan (5’9”, 190)

Background: Appeared in a reserve capacity as a freshman, catching seventeen passes. Stepped into a starting role the following year and went 30-506-3 (16.9), then saw his production expand to 38-776-3 (20.4) as a junior. Ended up breaking his collarbone four games into his senior year, which led to a medical redshirt; had been playingContinue reading “WR D’Wayne Eskridge, Western Michigan (5’9”, 190)”

WR Seth Williams, Auburn* (6’3”, 211)

Background: Chose Auburn over the hometown Crimson Tide. Has been a significant contributor in each year with the Tigers, going 26-534-5 (20.5) as a freshman, 59-830-8 (14.1) as a sophomore, and 47-760-4 (16.2) as a junior before declaring for the draft. Positives: Taks snaps predominantly split out wide to the right side of the formation,Continue reading “WR Seth Williams, Auburn* (6’3”, 211)”

WR Tamorrion Terry, Florida St.* (6’4”, 210)

Background: Redshirted in 2017, then immediately stepped into a starting role the following year. Finished with a line of 35-744-8 (21.3), then enjoyed an even bigger year in 2019, going 60-1,188-9 (19.8), then was limited to just five games this past year, catching 23-289-1 (12.6) before declaring for the draft. Positives: Massive wideout who checksContinue reading “WR Tamorrion Terry, Florida St.* (6’4”, 210)”

WR Tutu Atwell, Louisville* (5’9”, 165)

Background: Was a dual-threat quarterback in high school but converted to receiver when he arrived at Louisville. Finished fourth on the team in receiving as a freshman, posting 24-406-2 (16.9), then stepped into the starting lineup and went 70-1,276-12 (18.2) as a sophomore and 46-625-7 (13.6) as a junior before declaring for the draft. Positives:Continue reading “WR Tutu Atwell, Louisville* (5’9”, 165)”

WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma St. (6’0”, 190)

Background: Has been a major contributor for the past three seasons after catching seven passes as a freshman. Enjoyed by far his most productive season as a sophomore: 86-1,491-12 (17.3). Followed that up with seasons of 53-903-8 (17.0) in 2019 and 59-922-6 (15.6) in 2020 to close out his collegiate career. Positives: Usually takes snapsContinue reading “WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma St. (6’0”, 190)”

April 9th Mock Draft

An updated mock draft to reflect potential implications of the Sam Darnold trade, as well as a few minor changes. To learn about updates more easily, follow me on Twitter at @draftexaminer. 1.Jacksonville Jaguars – QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson2.New York Jets – QB Zach Wilson, Brigham Young3.San Francisco 49ers – QB Mac Jones, Alabama4.Atlanta FalconsContinue reading “April 9th Mock Draft”