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Players 21-40

 The numbers in parenthesis after each player are the player's ranking according to 4 other scouting services: ESPN, Daniel Jeremiah, Sports Illustrated and CBS.

20. Andrew Billings (22, 7, 25, 20)

He's big and bad and he's flashed some interior pass rush ability. Drafted #122.

19. Myles Jack (6, 1, 2, 6)

A crazy athlete, Jack could become a weapon in the correct system. We have concerns about his knee as he still hasn't run a forty and there are rumors of a degenerative condition. Drafted #36.

18. Reggie Ragland- LB, Alabama (26, 38, 12, 19)

We love Ragland not so much for his physical traits, which are only above average, but he's a thumper and a leader and that's what teams need leading their defense. Drafted #41.

17. Laquon Treadwell WR, Ole Miss (28, 12, 15, 15)

Has the body type, hands and smarts to be a number one.  If he had run faster he'd be in our top ten. Drafted #23.

16. Josh Doctson- WR, TCU (10, 13, 40, 18)

He reminds us of Devante Parker last year.  He's elite with the ball in the air. Drafted #22.

15. Shaq Lawson- DE, Clemson (11, 16, 22, 17)

Elite athlete with the productivity to match. We have some concerns about late breaking reports of shoulder damage but if he gets over that he should be a steady starter with a high ceiling. Drafted #19.

14. Javon Hargrave- DT, South Carolina St. (n, 31, n,n)

A small school bowling ball, he looked as good as any of the more highly touted tackles at the Combine and we did the proverbial "Who's that dude?" We looked him up and he averaged 38 TFL/Sacks the past two seasons.  We know he faced lesser competition, but 20 is usually our target number for interior linemen. Drafted #89.

13. Karl Joseph-S, West Virginia (n, 36, 30, 24)

Were it not for a mid-season injury, he's probably the best player in the draft.  If he's healthy, he's got Ed Reed/Earl Thomas ability. He's the best tackler we've scouted in the past few years and has elite cover skills to boot.  Without knowing where he stands medically, it's difficult to slot him but we will assume he plays this season. Drafted #14.

12. Noah Spence (22, 30, n, n)

We are buying in that he has kicked his ecstacy habit.  If we're right he could be the best pass rusher in this class.  If we're wrong, Randy Gregory. Drafted #39.

11. Vernon Hargreaves- CB, Florida (18, 11, 9, 12)

Has elite ball skills and is consistent though he doesn't possess elite measurables. Reminds us of Joe Haden. Drafted #11.

10. Jared Goff (4, 23, 8, 11)

There's nothing wrong with Jared Goff, he just doesn't have an elite arm and he won't be going against Pac 10 defenses anymore. We think he's the next Alex Smith, though a slightly better passer and not as effective as a runner. Drafted #1.

9. Ezekiel Elliot- RB, Ohio State (7, 2, 6, 5)

Not the "safest pick in the draft" tag! Elliot has that albatross around his neck.  He certainly checks all of the boxes, particularly in the passing game, but he doesn't have the premier characteristics as a ball carrier of Todd Gurley or Adrian Peterson. We love him, we just don't love him! Drafted #4.

8. Ronnie Stanley- OT, Notre Dame (16, 9, 10, 7)

Has the ability to be an elite NFL pass protector but he won't be as helpful in the run game. Drafted #6.

7. Jalen Ramsey- S, Florida State (3, 2, 3, 3)

We aren't as overwhelmed by Ramsey as everyone else is. 3 career interceptions doesn't sound like a top five pick, though he tested well.  In a deep class of safeties he doen't strike us as being that much better than some of the 2nd/3rd round safeties. Drafted #5.

6. Laremy Tunsil- OT, Ole Miss (5, 4, 1, 2)

All the tools to be the top player in this draft, but we didn't always see it on tape.  He was abused by Auburn's Carl Lawson and seems to fall asleep on occasion. He's an epic screwball off the field but elite left tackles are hard to come by.  Drafted #13.

5. Sheldon Rankins- DT, Louisville (8, 6, 26, 14)

He's all over the board from 6 to 26 according to other pundicators. Defensive tackles who can generate interior pressure are worth their weight in gold and he's got over 40 TFL/sacks in the past two seasons along with 50-plus tackles both years. Drafted #12.

4. Joey Bosa- DE, Ohio State (1, 5, 4, 1)

Not the world class athlete to be the number one pick, but should be at least good as both a pass rusher and run stopper.  Could be a Jared Allen type. Drafted #3.

3. Jack Conklin-OT, Michigan State (13, 50, 20, 8)

He's a physical, nasty mauler with good enough feet to be at least solid in pass protection.  He's a tone setter and most teams don't have that. Drafted #8.

2. Carson Wentz- QB, North Dakota St. (14, 24, 7, 10)

We don't see a significant difference between him and the other three (yes we said three) quarterbacks, but he has all the tools to succeed and was a proven winner, though it was at a small school.  Drafted #2.

1. Deforest Buckner- DT, Oregon (2, 10, 5, 3)

6'7", 305 and posted 80+ tackles and double digit tackles for loss the last two years. We like him better as a 4-3 defensive tackle, but he certainly could be the next Calais Campbell in a 3-4 also. Honestly, we don't think the 2016 class has a true number one player. Drafted #7.