2018 NFL Draft Big Board: Championship Game Edition

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41. Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis

Look out for Anthony Miller as we go through the draft process. He’s a big-time playmaker who has produced throughout his career. Miller is a receiver who can stretch the field and work the underneath routes.

42. Harold Landry, Edge, Boston College

Landry gets a lot more love from the rest of the draft community. He does have good raw abilities, but disappears too much for my liking.

43. Dallas Goedert, TE, South Datoka State

Goedert is a matchup problem from his tight end position.  He is a good athlete who can attack the seam and make contested catches.

44. Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State

Jones has some inconsistencies in this game, but the raw tools evaluators look for in a left tackle prospect. He has a chance to develop into a very good left tackle in a few years.

45. Luke Falk, QB, Washington State

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Falk will be hit with the “system” guy tag based on his time in Mike Leach’s offense. However, he’s a much more polished and talented player than Leach’s previous quarterbacks.

46. Mason Cole, OL, Michigan

Michigan has used Mason Cole all over the offensive line, but his best fit in the NFL will be at center. He projects as a day-one starter at that position.

47. Auden Tate, WR, Florida State

Auden Tate is a big-bodied receiver who features excellent body control. He’s someone who wins in contested situations and can make some acrobatic catches.

48. Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville

Alexander is a ball-hawking cornerback who has a nose for the football. He is someone who will make his presence felt as a defensive back and return man.

49. Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn

Davis has excellent size and feel for the position. He is someone who limits separation and can challenge the bigger receivers in the NFL.

50. D.J. Chark, WR, LSU

D.J. Chark is an underrated player who has big-time playmaking skills. LSU looks to get him touches anyway possible and he routinely produces. He brings added value as a dangerous return man.