Jordan Addison would be a perfect addition to an already super skilled super-skilled group of WRs in Los Angeles. Joining one of the league’s best route runners in Keenan Allen, one of the league’s best-contested catchers in Mike Williams, and now add in a blazer in Jordan Addison.
Addison is 6’0 175 and won’t be the type of guy who is catching 50/50 balls, but instead will be your vertical threat to add to a scary unit. In college so far, he has always been open, and he has a Biletnikoff trophy to prove it from the 2021 season. This guy would be a fantastic pick.
This would be a pick that Cincinnati would be celebrating for a good while. Bresee falling this far is a matter of positional need rather than teams wanting the best available. So, for that, Cincinnati gets extremely lucky as one of the best players from the draft falls into their laps.
Bresee is 6’5 300 and is fast enough to play defensive end. However, his ability to penetrate, and get after the passer is something the Bengals don’t have from an inside perspective. He is young and will fit extremely well along that fast and physical defensive line.
Clark Phillips, despite his size, is constantly around the ball and is constantly making plays. He has one of the highest ceilings of any defensive back in this draft class purely because of his playmaking ability. However, with that being said, he also has one of the lowest floors because of that size.
Phillips III is only 5’10 183, but he makes up for it with his ball-hawking abilities. He already has 5 INTs on 49 targets this season, and teams are starting to shy away from testing him. Around great talent in Tampa Bay, he could become extremely efficient.
This would be a fantastic pick looking ahead for the Denver Broncos with Jones. He is formerly the top offensive tackle recruit in the 2020 recruiting class, and in his first full season, he has passed with flying colors. He has allowed no sacks, no QB hits, and only 4 QB hurries on 295 pass-blocking snaps this season.
Jones comes in at 6’4 310 and is an SEC battle-tested anchor. He would be a great fit along this Bronco’s offensive line, while he excels in the running game. He could be a great blocker at the next level for Javonte Williams and can set the edge very well.