2016 NFL Draft Big Board: Post Week 1 Update

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Nov 29, 2014; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes defensive back Vonn Bell (11) celebrates during the first half versus the Michigan Wolverines at Ohio Stadium. Ohio State won the game 42-28. Mandatory Credit: Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

28. Leonard Floyd, LB, Georgia

Floyd is a versatile prospect in that he can fit as an edge rusher or as more of a traditional linebacker. He’s a terrific athlete featuring an explosive burst, balance and fluid movements. His experience and ability to hold up in coverage adds another dimension to his game.

However, NFL teams will be counting on him to generate pressure on the quarterback. This part of his game is still developing where he needs to show more power and ability to use his hands.

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27. Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State

Bell’s strong coverage ability separates him from most of the recent safety prospects we’ve seen enter the NFL. He does a great job both playing man coverage in the slot as well as patrolling the deep middle of the field. Bell also features the ball skills and instincts to generate turnovers.

He needs to work on being more physical in the run game, improving his angles to the football and becoming a more reliable tackler.

26. Austin Johnson, DT, Penn State

Johnson is a big-bodied defensive tackle who excels at controlling the line of scrimmage. He’s one of the best run defenders in this draft class because he can both occupy blockers and make plays away from his frame. Johnson isn’t a major pass-rushing threat, but generates more pressure than one would expect from a player with his run-stuffing abilities.

His teammate Anthony Zettel gets more media attention, but Johnson is the more rounded player and better NFL prospect.

In-depth Austin Johnson Scouting Report

25. Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss

Treadwell is still working his way back from a horrific leg injury last year, but he has shown flashes of his old self. His success is thanks to his size and aggressive style of play. He does his best to make use of his size advantage by routinely attacking the football at its highest point.

His top-end speed is a question mark in my book, but as long as he remains aggressive his size will help him overcome any speed issues.

In-depth Laquon Treadwell Scouting Report

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