Derwin James is a fierce safety that has superhuman athletic abilities. He plays like a combination of Eric Berry and Jamal Adams.
The NFC South is loaded with star quarterbacks. The Buccaneers need to make sure those quarterbacks struggle for four quarters. James’s presence will force opponents to think twice before forcing a pass. I believe James is one of the most physically gifted talents to come out and the Bucs should call his name with this pick. (Justin)
Previous Pick: Unchanged
Good things come to those who wait.
The Bills finally pull the trigger and move up to draft Josh Rosen. Buffalo can hold on to most of their assets and just trade up four spots to get their franchise signal caller, also getting a pick back in return.
In my opinion, Rosen is the best quarterback in this class. He is pro-ready now and the most complete passer in this class. The decisions he makes, where he can place a ball, mechanics, pocket presence and leadership are all elite. Most likely he would come in and start from day one and be the player the Bills have desperately needed for decades.
This is my dream scenario. I love Rosen and think he would be a perfect fit here. I don’t think they move up into the top four, but if Darnold and Rosen are on the board at No. 5, I can see the team calling Denver, Indianapolis, Tampa Bay, Chicago and San Francisco to make a deal. (Stephen)
Previous Pick: Arizona traded up and selected Josh Rosen
Rueben Foster had himself a great year on the field. He showed the ability to track the ball carrier sideline to sideline. Off the field he has been in and out of the news with domestic violence issues. I believe Foster’s days in San Francisco are numbered.
Edmunds or Smith will be the pick here. Edmunds offers more size and quickness. Reports are coming out that San Fran has Edmunds pretty high on their board. Edmunds will come in and make an impact on the field and in the locker room. (Justin)
Previous Pick: Roquan Smith