Steve Seufert | April 25th, 2020
Finding value on day three is key. Championship teams are built on day three. The last third of your roster is the most important part of the roster. We’ve heard it all, and it may sound cliché, but it is so true. Evaluators that are able to identify team contributors on day three tend to have more success. I bring to you the 50 best available prospects heading into day three.
1. Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA
Holmes is projected as a nickel corner but I believe he can play on the boundary in a pinch. He possesses a muscular frame, although he’s smaller in stature. Physical at the line of scrimmage, catch point, and point of attack. Ultra competitive and physical player willing to lay the boom. He also has the ability to return punts and kicks.
2. Nick Harris, OC, Washington
Slipping in the draft because he is short in height. You won’t have to worry about the motor and competitiveness, both grade out as elite traits. Harris had first-round film. He might be scheme dependent. Pure technician.
This is rare quicks from Washington center Nick Harris. Watch how quick he snaps & lands his punch. pic.twitter.com/2lIj39gYnc
— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) January 22, 2020
3. Tyler Biadasz, OC, Wisconsin
Biadasz had first-round tape in 2018 and looked like he was going to be a future first-round draft pick. In 2019, he struggled thanks to injuries and the inferior talent around him. There are some concerns about the medical red flags but on tape, you’re getting a league average starter from day one.
4. Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB, Appalachian State
Davis-Gaither fell to day three because of his smaller frame. I love his effort and attitude as he dominated his competition. I think he profiles as a nice run-and-hit WILL linebacker in a 4-3 base.
Akeem Davis-Gaither is one of the best players available. pic.twitter.com/Smndah4OcZ
— Steve (@FFSteve_) April 25, 2020
5. Quartney Davis, WR, Texas A&M
Davis is a versatile receiver with experience in the slot, X, and Z. He has some of the best released in the class against press coverage. I don’t think there’s a coverage he can’t beat, and he was firmly in my top ten receiver rankings.
— Steve (@FFSteve_) January 29, 2020
6. Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech
Very similar to Holmes from UCLA, he is a nickel corner that packs a serious punch. His physicality at the line of scrimmage and catch point makes him a candidate to play outside if he is needed. He should go early on day three.
Round 3, Pick 90 | Amik Robertson (#21), CB, Louisiana Tech
-Has the tackling and instincts to play in a variety of secondary roles
-Versatile DB that would help our pass coverage massively
-Plays bigger than his size and is super physical in coverage and run support pic.twitter.com/LNi15DSacS
— Texans Draft (@Texans_Draft) April 20, 2020
7. Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
I think Bryant is very much a Jordan Reed clone. The often injured Huskie is a good mental processor and finds ways to get open without using athleticism. It shocked people when Bryant tested poorly, but his play speed is so much faster. He’s going to make a really good Y-tight end at the next level.
8. Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona State
I thought for sure that Benjamin would’ve popped on someone’s board in round three. Benjamin is a versatile back that can punish you in-between the tackles and out run you in the receiving game. Love his contact balance and his ability to break tackles.
— Steve (@FFSteve_) January 26, 2020
9. Geno Stone, S, Iowa
A poor athletic profile has Stone waiting for his name to be called. Don’t worry about his athletic profile. He plays faster than his profile would indicate thanks to his football intelligence and awareness. He could play both safety positions and has scheme versatility.
10. Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn
Absolutely built like a left tackle but he’s raw in terms of footwork and overall balance. He shows off good hand technique and pairs it with a heavy punch. I think he plays loose and flexible, allowing him to develop the footwork and balance to compete as a starting left tackle.
K’Von Wallace, S, Clemson
Saahdiq Charles, OT, LSU
Ben Bartch, OT, St. John
Harrison Bryant, TE, FAU
Bradlee Anae, EDGE, Utah
Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State
Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota
Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn
Hakeem Adeniji, OT, Kansas
Netane Muti, G, Fresno State
Alton Robinson, EDGE, Syracuse
Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
Josiah Scott, CB, Michigan State
Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Mississippi
Derrek Tuszka, EDGE, North Dakota State
Cameron Clark, OT/OG, Charlotte
Talking with Charlotte OL Cam Clark, he mentioned that “teams told me before the season, ‘we’re gonna watch your Clemson film’, but I knew that I belonged out there.”
He also talked about how he was an all-state center in HS and can play all 5 positions.pic.twitter.com/Jcw85lDJrP
— Jordan Reid (@JReidNFL) March 12, 2020
Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia
James Morgan, QB, Florida International
James Proche, WR, Southern Methodist
A.J. Green, CB, Oklahoma State
Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue
Leki Fotu, DT, Utah
Trevis Gipson, EDGE, Tulsa
Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt
Antoine Brooks, S/LB, Maryland
Anthony McFarland, RB, Maryland
Oluwole Betiku Jr. EDGE, Illinois
Carter Coughlin, EDGE, Minnesota
Troy Pride Jr., CB, Notre Dame
Markus Bailey, LB, Purdue
John Reid, CB, Penn State
Darnell Mooney, WR, Tulane
Mini Darnell Mooney thread:
Nice release and really good adjustment to the back shoulder throw. Some Paul Richardson in Mooney’s game. Acrobatic playmaker. pic.twitter.com/4zEfVLLO5o
— Steve (@FFSteve_) April 13, 2020
Jordan Fuller, S, Ohio State
Kenny Robinson, S, West Virginia
Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan
John Simpson, G, Clemson
Solomon Kindley, G, Georgia
Collin Johnson, WR, Texas
Kalija Lipscomb, WR, Vanderbilt
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