NFL Draft



With the 33rd overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select... AUSTIN CORBETT, OT, NEVADA A powerful, gritty player with good feet for his size, Corbett has projected up and down the rounds, but lands high thanks to the Browns' need here. Could potentially kick inside to Guard.

With the 34th pick, the New York Giants select... WILL HERNANDEZ, G, UTEP A strong Combine sold a lot of people on Hernandez, adding to his abilities to both stand his ground and push forwards, which make him especially useful in the run game with room to improve his pass protection work. Great guy to have opening holes for Saquon Barkley.

With pick 35, the Cleveland Browns select... NICK CHUBB, RB, GEORGIA With an up-and-down college career, compromised by a 2015 knee injury and being slightly lost in the shuffle of Georgia's enormous RB stable, Chubb has nonetheless remained a highly-rated prospect. Improvements in speed and physicality show good recovery from that injury and big potential for the future.

With the 36th pick, the Indianapolis Colts select... DARIUS LEONARD, LB, SOUTH CAROLINA STATE First guy we don't have a photo of! With a flair for being all over the field – particularly behind the line of scrimmage – Leonard is big and competitive enough for the NFL.

With pick 37, the Indianapolis Colts select... BRADEN SMITH, G, AUBURN Very adept at opening up the run game, Smith also showed improved physical strength at the Combine. He’ll need to learn to utilise that in the NFL

With pick 38, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select... RONALD JONES II, RB, USC An under-the-radar prospect, Jones' big plus coming out of college is consistency. Of his 3 years with the Trojans, he only missed out on 1000 yards once, and even then only by 13 yards in a pass-focussed offense which he occasionally aided with some game-changing runs. One season and 1550 yards later, Jones is a Buc.

With pick 39, the Chicago Bears select... JAMES DANIELS, C, IOWA With more strength than his size suggests, Daniels shapes up as an early starter in the NFL, coming off 3 years of starting for the Hawkeyes - but does he push Cody Whitehair out of his starting role?

With the 40th pick, the Denver Broncos select... COURTLAND SUTTON, WR, SMU A clear second in this year’s WR class for me, Sutton goes at about the spot everyone expected before DJ Moore went so early. A threat in the red zone, with good hands and the ability to get up in the air, Sutton will need to improve his physicality to use those skills against NFL corners.

TRADE ALERT! The Tennessee Titans are on the clock... and the pick is in!

With pick 41, the Tennessee Titans select... HAROLD LANDRY, DE, BOSTON COLLEGE Or "Honor Landry", as Vince Young just called him. A prospect who splits opinion, Landry’s ability to pressure the QB stands in contrast to a run defense game that needs improvement. In the right scheme with the right coach, he could be a very dangerous pass rusher indeed.