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2016 NFL Draft - Best Drafts


The Jaguars had themselves a draft that lift a team from perennial losers to contenders and this crop of rookie defenders will be talked about for a long time to come. First of all it is important to mention that last season's 3rd overall pick Dante Fowler, the top defensive player in the NFL Draft 2015 is back healthy after missing his entire rookie season due to injury. He feels like a rookie coming in this year to join this amazing group.

The Jaguars added four potential game changes on defense with this draft. Their first pick, Jalen Ramsey of Florida State is an elite cornerback who simply has the 'IT' factor. He is a big, aggressive defensive back that loves to hit. He can line up at both corner and safety and is a terrific press cover man.

In the second round, linebacker Miles Jack, the phenom from UCLA tumbled all the way to the Jaguars despite his top-ten talent. That was due to a knee injury that still has some long-term concerns but whether Jack can play five years or fifteen, his blend of talent, athleticism, instincts and tackle ability are second to none and he is an immediate plug and play talent. He would not have looked out of place as a top-five pick this season and instead the Jaguars stole him in the second round. In rounds three and four, the Jaguars focused on their defensive line, adding DE Yannick Ngakoue of Maryland and DT Sheldon Day of Notre Dame. Ngakoue is a pass rush specialist who is terrible against the run but really knows how to get after the quarterback. He is not an everydown player but will impact the game. Day has elite quickness into gaps and battles hard. Both will be given every chance for significant playing time in 2016.

The Jaguars added quarterback Brandon Allen late as well as another couple of defensive linemen. The Jaguars defense will be completely transformed in 2016 thanks to a draft that makes 'pretenders' into 'contenders'.

Buffalo Bills

Not everyone is as high on the Bills draft as myself but I really love what they did here. The first two picks are both instant plug and play starters and Reggie Ragland was one of my favorite players in the draft this year. He is an old school middle linebacker, tough and mean. He plays downhill, loves to punish rushers and can also get after the quarterback. 1st round pick Shaq Lawson can get after the quarterback. Shaq Lawson is a powerful 269 pound defensive end / outside linebacker tweener that is very difficult to run against. He will find a role for the Bills and play a big role for the team.

DT Adolphus Washington has some blemishes off the field but on it he is very good. He is explosive off the snap with surprising quickness and a great burst. He is not a power tackle but he makes plays in the backfield.

Cardale Jones could have been a possible 1st round pick in 2015, went back to school and saw his draft standing plummet. He has terrific height and size with a powerful arm. He has had big time accuracy issues and has less than 300 career college throws. He has potential and if he works hard and pays attention, he could emerge as a surprise down the road.

The reason I have the Bills in the top five is the selection of Jonathan Williams, stud running back from Arkansas. He missed the entire 2015 season due to foot surgery but he has the talent of a first round pick and the Bills landed a gem in the fifth round. He has great size and power and will hit the hole with conviction. He is behind a pair of good running backs in Buffalo in LeSean McCoy and Karlos Williams but it will be the Williams and Williams show in the near future. Even the Bills last pick, Kevin Seymore has the size and athleticism to contribute immediately at the next level. There is a chance the Bills hit on all of their draft picks which would be remarkable.

Cincinnati Bengals

I really love what the Bengals were able to do within the draft this year simply by taking the best available each round. Already a strong team with no immediate holes, the Bengals made themselves even stronger with an impressive haul of talented athletes. First pick, William Jackson III has great size and natural cover instincts. He is also terrific at attacking the ball in the air. He will immediately find a role within the secondary.

I believe the Bengals flat out stole WR Tyler Boyd with a late second round pick. The Bengals probably wanted a receiver in round one but they smartly held off and picked up a player I believe has a chance to be as good or better than the players drafted in round one. Boyd is an elite route runner, has great hands and plays with the confidence of a top receiver. There is a possible hole at WR2 in Cincinnati after losing a pair of veterans and I believe that Boyd will eventually emerge as the man across from A.J. Green. Great pick!

DT Andrew Billings who played for Baylor is another steal in the latter stages of round four. He is a run stopping, beast in the interior of the defense and will help plug up the inside runs. I see him as a poor man's Warren Sapp.

The theme of this draft is value and getting receiver Cody Core in the sixth round was ground theft larceny. He has great size and speed and runs well with the ball in his hands. He averaged 17 yards per catch and he will have a role on offense in the near future. I really like all of the Bengals picks and an already good team looks improved heading into the season.

Cleveland Browns

I did not love all of the Browns draft day decisions (Cody Kessler in round three?) but just the overall volume of picks makes the Browns a winner in this draft. They landed several starters in this draft including dynamic first round pick, receiver Corey Coleman of Baylor who can flat out fly. He is sensational with the ball in his hands and is a threat to score from anywhere on the field. His route running does need some work though which could limit his early success.

There is a lot to like about defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah of Oklahoma State. He has good length and he is very strong with his hands and keeping blockers from getting inside on him. He can be a tenacious pass rusher when he is on his game. However his effort has been inconsistent and he has disappeared to often in games. If the Browns get him to put forth the work, he can be a terrific NFL defender.

DE Carl Nassib is an amazing story. this 6'7 former walk on has a motor that never quits. He emerged out of nowhere last year to lead all of college football in sacks with 15.5 and he loves to get after the quarterback. He is poor against the run but his amazing work ethic and motor makes him an interesting prospect. I would not rule against him one day starting and thriving at the next level.

The Browns picked up a potential starting offensive tackle with a 3rd round pick in Shon Coleman. He is big, talented and capable of stepping in right away. Other notable picks include Joe Schobert, a group of needed receivers including a potential gem in Ricardo Lewis and an interesting linebacker prospect in the 7th round in Scooby Wright III who should have gone by round three. All in all, the Browns have added a ton of talent to a roster in desperate need of an upgrade.

Tennessee Titans

I am a believer that just moving that early pick and stockpiling picks makes the Titans a winner unless they completely wiffed on the draft. The Titans added a tough, physical offensive tackle in Jack Conklin who is a character player. He is a plug and play talent at the next level.

Kevin Dodd potentially is one of the best defensive linemen to come out in a talented class. He has perfect size, athletic combination to get off the edge and after the quarterback and dominated last year. I love what Austin Johnson, star nose tackle from Penn State brings to the table. He is big, yet explosive and dominates the interior of the defense.

Everyone knows running back Derrick Henry and the huge, power back will dominate games at times much like Christian Okoye did 20 years ago for the Chiefs. He is a load who will take pressure off of new Titan running back DeMarco Murray.

Other notable picks capable of starting include S Kevin Byard, CB Leshaun Sims, WR Tajae Sharpe and OLB Aaron Wallace. Terrific draft for the ascending Titans.