2018 NFL Draft Big Board: Week 2 Update

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17. Tarvarus McFadden, CB, Florida State

Tarvarus McFadden’s draft stock is one of the more fluid. He has the raw skills and measurables evaluators look for in a cornerback. His combination of size and length definitely fit the recent trend of bigger corners.

However, McFadden’s ball skills and interception potential are what really helps his value. The problem is that he has shown a tendency to get beat deep. This is something that could really hurt his draft stock.

18. Arden Key, Edge, LSU

Arden Key remains out of the lineup for the LSU Tigers, but it appears that could change pretty soon. His absence has hurt his draft status and will be topic of conversation throughout the process. However, this is an elite athlete with loads of potential.

Key’s combination of length and quickness give him the ability to attack the edge. He could make a major move up my big board if he puts this early season absence behind him.

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19. Sam Hubbard, Edge, Ohio State

The Ohio State defensive line is loaded with NFL potential and Sam Hubbard is at the top of that group. He is a hard worker who also features good quickness off the edge. Hubbard plays with great awareness that helps get an extra step on his opponent.

He is also someone who plays the run with integrity. Hubbard is a solid all-around prospect who will contribute in multiple ways.

20. Deon Cain, WR, Clemson

Deon Cain is a major weapon who excels at attacking the deep part of the field. He uses his speed to outpace defenders and get behind the defense. Cain’s big-play ability is aided by his ability to track the ball and get proper position.

He may have a hard time establishing himself as anything more than a deep threat this year. Clemson is rolling with a young and a little erratic quarterback.  However, Cain is a high-end athlete with loads of potential.