Notes from’s Daniel Jeremiah and his latest Big Board

Posted by on March 15, 2019 4:32 pm
Categories: 2019 Big Board News

Notes from’s Daniel Jeremiah and his latest Big Board

One of the more difficult things for novice NFL draft fans to understand is “positional relativity” which, in case you can’t tell, is a phrase I just made up on the spot. But before trying to predict who your favorite team will draft, it’s good to understand where players project to fit best at the NFL level. Daniel Jeremiah from broke down his newest Top 50 big board and I’ve taken some notes on where he projects them to excel.

1Nick BosaOhio State4-3 DE, “flashes some ability to slide inside and rush over the guard”
2Quinnen WilliamsAlabamaDT, “moved up and down the line of scrimmage”
5TJ HockensonIowaTE, “one of the best blocking tight ends I’ve ever evaluated”
6Ed OliverHoustonDT, “primarily lined up over the center”
11Andre DillardWash. StateOT, “a pure, pass-protecting left tackle”
13Jawaan TaylorFloridaRT or RG
16Marquise BrownOklahomaWR, “lines up outside and in the slot”
19Jonah WilliamsAlabamaOT, “lined up at left tackle…projecting him to guard at the next level”
25Johnathan AbramMiss. StateS, “at his best when he’s playing closer to the line of scrimmage”
26Byron MurphyWashingtonCB, “primarily lines up outside, but does take some reps in the slot”
29Cody FordOklahomaRT, “lined up at right tackle…where he projects at the next level”
30Deandre BakerGeorgiaCB, “has the versatility to play at a high level in multiple schemes”
33Nasir AdderleyDelawareS, “an ideal, pure free safety”
37AJ BrownMississippiWR, “he’ll have a Day 1 role as a big slot receiver”
38Dalton RisnerKansas StateRT, “lined up at right tackle…experience at the center”
40Erik McCoyTexasC, “lined up primarily at center…spent some time at guard”
44LJ CollierTCUDE, “has the size and skill set to line up on the edge or inside”
50Tytus HowardAla. StateOT, “played both left and right tackle”

One response to Notes from’s Daniel Jeremiah and his latest Big Board

  1. Watchers March 22nd, 2019 at 10:55 pm

    Analysis: “Haskins is the No. 1 quarterback in this draft. There is real concern over his limited experience—one season—as a starter (play the TCU, Penn State or Purdue tape), but he bounced back from midseason struggles and finished the year strong.”


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