I mean Seattle will be running around the streets celebrating if they get these 2 picks their way. Will Anderson Jr. and Trenton Simpson are my top-edge rusher and linebacker respectively. They are both unicorns that will be absolutely game-changers for this Seattle defense right away.
He flies around the field with his 4.39 40-yard dash speed, he is super strong in run defense and can cover anyone on the field. He is my favorite prospect in this whole draft class, and he does absolutely everything well on the field. He is also a sure tackler at his position, and he will be incredible wherever he is played on the field. Steal here for Seattle.
One of the most dominant college linemen of the season goes to New York here at 18 in my mock draft. He is a big, physical, agile offensive tackle, and he loves to be a mauler in the run game. He will be blocked for one of the biggest storyline rookie RBs from this past season in Breece Hall.
With how big he is, he sometimes can be caught too tall in the run game allowing rushers to get under his pad level and get lower and better leverage. He is an anchor in the passing game however and will be very good as a left tackle in this league for a very long time.
The heir apparent to Tom Brady has to be drafted this year, and I think they do not want to wait very long to get their guy. At 6’6 230 lbs, McKee is a field general to the extreme. He can scramble a little bit with his 4.68 40-yard dash speed, but that will not be the first thing he looks to do.
He needs to work on his touch a little bit, but he has the arm strength to get it there in all scenarios. He will transition very nicely into a pro-style offense from the west coast offense he is in right now. His stats do not show very well because of the extremely bad talent that surrounds him.
This kid can fly. 4.29 40-yard dash speed is not a joke. Hyatt had a limited route tree with Tennessee, however, he can beat any defensive back with simply his speed. He has good hands and makes acrobatic catches look relatively easy.
He will need to be put in catch-and-run opportunities to show off that speed, however, he can play in multiple systems. He needs to learn how to sit down in zone coverage and find a spot, however his route tree has been limited so far. He is a very good blocker for his size and will be critical in the play-action game in the ability to sell the play.