P-1 cleaner than your church shoes, ahh.

21.  Isaiah Wynn- G/T, Georgia (19,37,21,33)(Drafted #23)

He can probably play any position on the line and should be a starter wherever he is needed.  Though athletically limited, we think he could start at left tackle where he earned second team All-American honors in 2017.

22. Josh Rosen- QB, UCLA (6,8,16,8)(Drafted #10)

Rosen is the best flag football passer in this draft.  He's great when the pocket is clean, but when the pocket breaks down he's not good.  He's the second coming of Eli Manning as a college comp with similar leadership qualities, or lack therof.

23. Connor Williams- OT, Texas (14,21,30,19)(Drafted #50)

He looked like a top ten pick in 2016, but fell off due to injury in 2017.  Can he return to form?  We don't know enough about his medicals to answer one way or the other.

24.  Sam Darnold- QB, USC (2,7,22,2) (Drafted #3)

Darnold is big and has a big arm.  Coming off of his freshman year he was looking like a top pick, but he regressed in 2017.  His turnover propensity is a real concern. As a prospect he reminds us of a hybird Jay Cutler/Carson Palmer. That's closer to second round stuff, not top ten. 

25.  Ogbo Okonronkwo- DE, Oklahoma (42,N,15,N)(Drafted #160)

Ogbo is a ready made NFL defender as a run stopping 4-3 end.  He's strong (27 reps) and that shows up in his tape and tackle numbers.  He also can create pressure, though we don't expect him to be a prolific pass rusher.

26.  Dorance Armstrong- DE, Kansas (N,N,N,N)(Drafted #116)

He reminds us a bit of Vinny Curry, who is one of the NFL's best players who nobody knows.  He looks unblockable at times coming off the edge and he tested at the top in the pass rushing agility drills. (3-cone, 20 and 60-yard shuttles)If he had come out after his sophomore season (56 tackles, 20 TFL, 10 sacks) he might have been a top ten pick.

27.  Maurice Hurst- DT, Michigan (3,34,8,29)(Drafted #140)

Hurst is a day one starter, who has shown some pass rush chops from the interior.  We would have him higher but for a heart condition diagnosed at the Combine that has thrown his medical status into question.

28.  Mark Andrews- TE, Oklahoma (29,N,N,N)(Drafted #86)

Don't hold your breath on Andrews blocking anybody, but that's not what he will get paid to do. He's an impressive athlete (6'5", 255, 4.67) with excellent hands.  He averaged over 15 YPC all three years at Oklahoma and should develop into a top 10 pass catcher at the tight end position.

29.  Calvin Ridley- WR, Alabama (24,22,N,11)(Drafted #26)

He was overrated early in the draft process with everyone placing him in the top ten.  His terrible Combine may have tempered expectations.  He should be a good NFL player, but he's not a WR1 talent in our book.

30.  Darius Phillips- CB, W. Michigan (N,N,N,N)(Drafted #170)

This guy is a ball hawk.  He reminds us of Casey Heyward and if he develops into that type of player then we have him rated too low.  He had 12 career interceptions with 5 of those returned for TDs.  He also had a fumble recovery TD, two receiving TDs, 5 kick return TDs and a punt return TD.  He's not much of a tackler, but neither was Deion.

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