National Football League draft: Mike Mayock has no clue what Titans will do either


With the 2018 NFL Draft this coming Thursday, mock drafts and constant breakdown of prospects is non-stop. He's the most exciting athlete in the draft.

Friday, NFL Network Draft Analyst Mike Mayock hopped on a conference call with media members across the league to answer questions regarding several players in this year's draft class.

While he's been a stand-up rusher at UTSA, teams may see Davenport as a 4-3 defensive end because of his 6-foot-6, 264-pound frame.

"He's got a little Brett Favre in him, which I think John likes", Mayock said.

Mayock noted that Matt Patricia's schemes in the past in New England have been very complicated, and it might take "a long time" for a raw player like Davenport to develop in that kind of scheme. I think somebody in the first round is going to make a philosophical and schematic commitment to this kid and change what they do offensively. However, he presents an interesting scenario where none of the popular names being sent to Tennessee in mock drafts are available.

- An incredible opportunity for the Cleveland Browns in the 2018 NFL Draft, able to land their top quarterback and the top non-quarterback on the board.

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"Guice is a first-round talent", Mayock said. I do think that I'm accurate. "He's a first-round talent". The Browns actually seem equipped to draft Allen, seeing as how they have a starting quarterback for 2018 in Tyrod Taylor so as to not force the issue with their young quarterback if they don't need to. "What's his work ethic going to be like?"

Smith previously confirmed his plans to attend the draft at Georgia's Pro Day last month. "Some of those concerns could push him into the second round". Here, they select Quenton Nelson, with the idea to strike for one of Ronald Jones, Sony Michel, Nick Chubb, or Rashaad Penny at 40th overall. "Yes, you can say I'm a dork". To put it in perspective, the two easiest quarterback evaluations I've had in the last eight or ten years are Andrew Luck and Carson Wentz, and that's because everything checked off both on the film and all the intangibles. He's strong and tough.

The second round is where it gets insane.

"I was reading a book somewhere where the original 11 teams in the National Football League, I was going through this and I found it fascinating that five of those 11 teams were all from Ohio", Dorsey said. Mayock said that a few years ago having a massive body that could plug holes and stop run was the big priority.

One draft expert whom you should really come to know and discover is Daniel Parlegreco. I think Edmunds from Virginia Tech is outstanding.

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