2018 NFL Draft Big Board: Early November Update

TUSCALOOSA, AL - SEPTEMBER 30: Minkah Fitzpatrick
TUSCALOOSA, AL - SEPTEMBER 30: Minkah Fitzpatrick /
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CHAPEL HILL, NC – NOVEMBER 25: Bradley Chubb
CHAPEL HILL, NC – NOVEMBER 25: Bradley Chubb /

9. Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State

Chubb is my top rated pass rusher in this draft thanks to his detailed approach. He is someone who can get after the quarterback with speed, power and counter moves. Chubb also plays the run with integrity which makes him an every down player.

10. Orlando Brown Jr., OT, Oklahoma

Orlando Brown Jr. is a massive individual who knows how to use his size to his advantage. He isn’t the most fluid athlete, but uses angles and his length to keep pass rushers off the edge. Brown also brings a ton of experience and natural feel for the position.

11. Connor Williams, OT, Texas

Williams is a fluid athlete who fits the profile of a franchise left tackle. He has the movement skills needed to mirror the pass rush and adjust to counters. At the moment he’s working his way back from an injury that will be tested during the draft process.

12. Arden Key, Edge, LSU

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Arden Key has the raw talent evaluators look for in a pass rusher. His combination of length, quickness and short-area burst make him an attractive prospect. He also has been productive when on the field for LSU.

The problem right now is the hiatus he took from the team in the summer. NFL teams will surely investigate this situation and determine whether or not it impacts his ability to produce.

13. Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame

McGlinchey is an experienced and highly effective offensive tackle prospect. He has seen time at both right and left tackle during his college career. However, he has more than enough tools needed to stick at left tackle in the NFL. It also helps that he plays with terrific technique with no wasted motion.

14. Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan

Okorafor is flying under the radar at the moment but that won’t last for long. This is a fluid athlete who excels at protecting the passer. He does a great job protecting the edge and using his long arms to engage the defender.

15. Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State

Dre’Mont Jones is a disruptive force in the middle of Ohio State’s defense. His snap awareness and explosive first step allow him to routinely penetrate the pocket. Jones has a chance to be a real difference maker in the NFL.

16. Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech

Tremaine Edmunds is an excellent athlete who covers a ton of ground from his linebacker spot. He also plays a physical style of football which helps him make plays at or behind the line of scrimmage.