2018 NFL Draft Big Board: Championship Game Edition

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11. Connor Williams, OT, Texas

Connor Williams’ athleticism and upside are what will make him an early 1st round pick. He’s someone who has the makings of a franchise left tackle who can protect the quarterback.

12. Orlando Brown Jr., OT, Oklahoma

Orlando Brown Jr. is a massive individual who comes with tons of experience. He uses his size and feel for the game to protect the passer.

13. Arden Key, Edge, LSU

Key will be an interesting prospect to follow during the process. He has the raw talent evaluators look for in an edge rusher, but has had some inconsistencies and off-field question marks.

14. Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame

McGlinchey is one of the more polished and well-rounded players in this draft class. He’s a better athlete than given credit for and absolutely could be a franchise left tackle in the NFL.

15. Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan

Okorafor is flying under the radar at this point, but could legitimately be one of the first offensive linemen selected in the draft. He has a great combination of size and athleticism.

16. Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State

The Ohio State defensive line features a ton of talent, but Jones arguably has the most upside. He is someone who lives in the offensive backfield and is very disruptive.

17. Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama

Rashaan Evans is one of the better prospects in this draft because of his versatility. He legitimately can contribute on every level as a run stuffer, blitzer, pass rusher off the edge and as a strong coverage linebacker.

18. Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech

Edmunds is a rangy linebacker who makes plays from sideline to sideline. His physical style of play helps set the tone for his defense.

19. Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M

Christian Kirk is an outstanding route runner who has a knack for creating separation. He also features the speed needed to stretch the field.

20. Vita Vea, DT, Washington

Vita Vea’s size and surprising quickness make him load to handle in the trenches. He is capable of dominating the line of scrimmage from his defensive tackle spot. His size also makes him a candidate to play nose tackle in a 3-4 system.