2019 NFL MOCK DRAFT
I am finished bashing players in our 2019 NFL Mock Draft, as I watched the likes of Ed Oliver drop substantially since I heard Mel Kiper barking about him being the consensus overall number one pick before last college football season. The snippet below is from Bleacher Report's Mike Chiari.
"Houston Cougars defensive tackle Ed Oliver is the No. 1 prospect on ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper's 2019 NFL draft big board that released Wednesday.
The rankings represent Kiper's final big board before the official start of the 2018 college football season.
Oliver, who is set to enter his junior season, is coming off two highly productive campaigns at Houston."
ED OLIVER SCOUTING REPORT
Ed Oliver 2019 NFL Draft Scouting report on 2019 NFL Draft DL prospects page.
This is what I found on Ed Oliver about 2-3 games into the 2018 college football season. Click on 2019 NFL Draft DT prospects name to actually see what I am talking about on tape, against the Rice Owls.
DT - 6'3,280LB Ed Oliver - Houston
Strengths - Instinctively quick off of the football and will be an elite pass rusher at the next level. Has quick and reactive hands that can be seen shedding blocks like a middle linebacker, against Rice.
Weaknesses - While he is similar to Aaron Donald, Oliver can be seen getting manhandled at :51 seconds into the highlights against Rice. Oliver can get blown off the ball at times, but as you can see on the very next play, is dangerously quick to the football.
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Mel Kiper Jr normally has a very inaccurate "latest NFL mock draft", when it comes to how things actually pan out as far as players on the defensive line. He overanalyzes players by their looks and body structure, rather then their production on the football field. Especially when the players he mostly talks about are represented by his friends in the sports agency world. This does not mean that said player is better then let's say, Jaylon Ferguson at the defensive end position. Our insiders will receive pertinent NFL Draft analysis directly from Coach Trout, the owner of College Football Today, who has a vast network of pro resources to find out who is who in order to adequately prepare his 2019 Mock Draft.
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