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Sam Hubbard's Disappointing Pro Day Could Cause Slide

Updated March 23, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

Ohio State has been a steady factory for NFL talent, churning a string of first-round picks. Defensive end Sam Hubbard has been projected to be one of the next in a very long line of Buckeye opening-round selections. However, at the Ohio State pro day, team sources say they were disappointed in his workout and now they question that first round projection.

"I would strongly consider dropping him from the first round of your mock," said a college scouting director. "He was 4.95 and 5.00 in the 40-yard dash, and that didn't surprise any of the Ohio State staff. He didn't do well in the bench press either. He was better in the field drills with good technique, but he didn't have the look of a first-round speed-and-strength kind of guy."

One thing going for Hubbard is that this draft doesn't have 32 prospects grading out as first-rounders. It varies by team, but the number of true first-rounders is around 20, give or take. Playing a premium position that always is in demand will help Hubbard as well, but team sources say that after his pro day, they think that it's possible he slips to Round 2.

Some Teams Rate Derwin James Over Minkah Fitzpatrick

Updated March 16, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

Alabama's Minkah Fitzpatrick has been considered the consensus top safety prospects through the lead up to the 2018 NFL Draft. Fitzpatrick has been projected to be a top-five pick in many mock drafts and has been considered to be one of the top prospects in the 2018 NFL Draft class, regardless of position. In a Hot Press article at the NFL Scouting Combine, two teams picking in the top 10 told me they didn't view Fitzpatrick as a dynamic talent. In speaking to team sources, some teams have graded Florida State's Derwin James as the top safety prospect in the 2018 draft.

The 6-foot-2, 215-pound James is a bigger and more physical defender than Fitzpatrick. James is a hard hitter and is more of a freakier athlete. Fitzpatrick (6-0, 204) ran well at the combine with a 40 time of 4.46 seconds, but James ran almost as fast, just one-hundredth of a second slower despite being obviously much bigger than Fitzpatrick. Two teams picking in the teens told me that they had Fitzpatrick higher than James, and both of them would love it if Fitzpatrick fell to them. Hence, opinions are going to vary across the league based on defensive scheme. The type of safety teams need will also factor into how they rate them.

The draft is always a beauty in the eye of the beholder, but multiple teams picking in the top 10 that could use help at safety have told me that James is the highest-rated safety on their draft board. Some mock drafts have James slipping into the middle or late in the first round, but teams are projecting him higher, and they think that James has a definite shot at being a top-10 pick this April.

Browns Consulting Bill Parcells for Draft Quarterbacks

Updated March 5, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

Weeks ago, a lot was made how the Browns hired former Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan to be a consultant leading up to the 2018 NFL Draft. has learned that McCloughan isn't the only big name who has given the Browns some feedback on draft prospects, as Hall of Fame head coach Bill Parcells has also shared his thoughts with them. Parcells has watched the quarterbacks and shared what he thinks of them with high-ranking Browns officials.

Sources didn't reveal which quarterback or quarterbacks Parcells was the highest on, but it sounded like he wasn't a fan of UCLA's Josh Rosen. In the past, Parcells has believed that for a general rule, he wanted his quarterbacks to have started for three years or had 30 starts in their college career. Of those parameters here's how the quarterbacks rank in terms of playing experience: Baker Mayfield (48 games), Lamar Jackson (38 games), Rosen (30 games), Sam Darnold (27 games), and Josh Allen (27 games).

The former Cleveland front office was known for using an analytic approach to the draft. Sources say the Browns' new regime is going to a more old-school approach under general manager John Dorsey. Sources around the league are saying there are rumblings that Cleveland is going to have some big turnover in its scouting staff, and the analytic approach is going to be a very minor consideration rather than the guiding principles. Consulting scouting vets like McCloughan and Parcells fits with the old-school philosophy of Dorsey and other front office executives like Alonzo Highsmith and Eliot Wolf.

There have been a big variety in reports on which quarterback Cleveland is targeting in the 2018 NFL Draft. Some have linked the Browns to really liking Mayfield; others have said Allen is a favorite of Cleveland; while others think the Browns are leaning towards Darnold as their quarterback of choice. Between McCloughan and Parcells, the Browns are considering outside opinions in making a critical decision for the new regime under Dorsey.

Raiders to Flip Over Roster, but Could Do So Gradually

Updated March 4, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

At the combine, Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden has suggested that veteran wide receiver Michael Crabtree and running back Marshawn Lynch will be back playing in the Black Hole next season. Gruden is hoping that Oakland can compete quickly, but sources with the Raiders say that they expect a gradual large overhaul of the roster over the next few years. They say they will take their time to do it right, but they want to flip the roster over and make it more talented, especially on the defensive side of the ball.

Every year, there are some teams in the NFL that have a big roster purge, releasing high-priced veterans in a dramatic upheaval. The Raiders could have gone that route, but with Gruden getting a 10-year contract, Oakland is going to take a long-term approach to their team building. The staff feels it can still get production out of players like Lynch and Crabtree. Money and salary cap considerations could make for a different consideration, but from a football perspective, Lynch and Crabtree seem to be very likely to return. In meeting with the veterans, Lynch said he is working to come back in better shape, as he was too heavy entering the season last year. Crabtree also has been working hard on his conditioning along with trying to get the receivers and Derek Carr back on the same page after last season went off the rails. From speaking with Raiders staffers, they plan to be selectively active in free agency.

Sources say that the defensive side of the ball is the focus for this offseason. They feel they need a lot of help with the defensive line, linebackers, and secondary all needing talent upgrades. A lot of the new staff feel the past three Raider drafts haven't produced enough for the team, and it is a vital year to show improvement for draft picks like Obi Melifonwu, Karl Joseph, Jihad Ward, Eddie Vanderdoes and Mario Edwards Jr. Oakland feels it needs talent upgrades at positions they've just drafted, and that is never a good sign for those draft picks.

Gruden is an ultra competitor who wants to win above all else, yet he and the Raider brain trust are planning for the long term with their cornerstone pieces of Derek Carr, Amari Cooper and Khalil Mack. Contract extension talks are underway with Mack. However, over the next few offseasons, one can expect their to be a gradual revamp of the Raiders roster with a team that fits Gruden's vision.

Teams Disagree on the Top 2018 NFL Draft Cornerback

Updated March 4, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

The NFL Draft always has big variety among teams' grades on players, with beauty being in the eye of the beholder. However, typically, there is a consensus around the league about who is the top prospect of any given position. This year, that isn't the case for the cornerbacks, one of the most important positions in the NFL, and one that has a lot of teams targeting talent upgrades. In surveying sources from a handful of teams, there were three different cornerbacks mentioned as the top cornerback in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Ohio State's Denzel Ward had two votes, and even other teams that didn't pick him liked him, saying he was close to the top. Iowa's Joshua Jackson was another cornerback mentioned by two different teams. The final corner who received one team's vote was Central Florida's Mike Hughes. Other scouts like Hughes a lot as well, but didn't have him higher than Jackson or Ward. Hughes has some off-the-field questions that are going to get discussed with him at the combine and in the weeks to come.

Team sources say a lot of the decision on who is a team's top rated corner is heavily influenced by the team scheme. Jackson, Ward and Hughes have different strengths with better fits in certain defenses. Because of this variation, it isn't clear who will be the first cornerback to go off the board in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Patriots, Saints Share Late First-Round Targets

Updated March 4, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

New Orleans and New England saw their 2017 seasons fall short of a championship because of some holes on the defensive side of the ball. The Saints anticipate Drew Brees returning to New Orleans, and the Patriots are obviously in win-now mode for the rest of Tom Brady's career. In speaking to sources at both teams, they both like some of the same prospects late in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Both teams are open to taking the best player available, especially New Orleans, and they also would prefer to add talent to the defensive front seven. Alabama linebacker Rashaan Evans is a player they both like. Evans would fill a big hole for the Saints, and the Patriots have missed Jamie Collins since dealing him to Cleveland. Adding Evans to go with Dont'a Hightower would give New England a physical linebacking corps that also can contribute to the pass rush.

Another player both team sources mentioned liking was Ohio State defensive end Sam Hubbard. Hubbard is in the late-first-round to early-second-round area, and both teams are in need of more edge-rushing talent.

A third player both teams like is Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith. They both think that it is unlikely Smith slides that low in the first round, but they say it isn't impossible. Smith is not a big linebacker whom sources say has weighed in the 220s while at Georgia. That is not much bigger than a pro safety, and with that size, he is limited to being a Will (weak side) linebacker. Typically, non-pass-rushing linebackers slide in the draft. While they don't think Smith will get to the late first round, they say it isn't out of the realm of possibility.

Cornerback is another position that could be in play for both teams even though the Saints landed Marshon Lattimore a year ago. New Orleans sources say they always will consider corner, especially ones with size that fit their scheme well. New England could consider a first-round cornerback as a potential replacement for Malcolm Butler.

The Patriots are an aggressive team in terms of trades, so moving up or down is always a possibility. New Orleans also could consider moving down, being without a second-round pick. Between being open to move and targeting similar players, it could make for an exciting end to the opening night of the draft, courtesy of the Saints and Patriots.

Sources: Combine Quarterbacks Interviewed Well; Were OK in Field Work

Updated March 4, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

All eyes were on the quarterbacks Saturday at the NFL Scouting Combine, and how the talented class of signal-callers would perform in the field work. In speaking to sources from a number of teams, the feedback was generally positive on the impending rookies. The field work illustrated that these are work-in-progress passers who need development for the NFL, but teams have liked what they've heard in the interview room from all five of the quarterback prospects that have first-round potential: USC's Sam Darnold, UCLA's Josh Rosen, Wyoming's Josh Allen, Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield, and Louisville's Lamar Jackson.

"All five of the top quarterbacks did well in the interviews," said one team's director of college scouting. "All were very good and manageable from a mental acuity standpoint. You might ask them to do different things, but overall ... they were all from exceptional to good."

An offensive coordinator of an AFC team who has had a ton of success working with quarterbacks said that Mayfield and Rosen looked good to him in the field work on Saturday. He wasn't as concerned about Rosen not completing passes to the receivers, as much as looking at his mechanics and footwork. That coordinator said he liked Allen as well.

From the league sources, Jackson had the least amount of acclaim in their feedback for how he threw the ball on Saturday. However, some team sources are believers in Jackson. While he may have more skeptics than the other quarterbacks, Jackson's supporters are very passionate. Here are the comments from one team source who really likes Jackson:

"Lamar has no idea how to throw with his core and legs," said one NFC scout who specializes in quarterbacks and was on the field during the combine workouts. "He's all arm and wrist action right now, very much like Cam [Newton] but much cleaner delivery. When he gets some serious coaching on driving his body into throws, he could be insane. Completely blank canvas. It's amazing he threw it as well as he did seeing how much work he needs in that aspect alone. There's not a QB coach alive who looked at that and didn't feel as if they could make a very good passer. Old rule: you can fix the feet - not the mind or arm."

The next step for these quarterbacks is impressing at their pro day and it is very easy for quarterbacks to do that. The comfort level is night and day from the combine, as they are back at their school facility and are throwing to receivers they've been training with before the pro day. All five of the quarterbacks should be physically impressive as passers at their pro day. However, more important than how they perform back at their schools, is that they impressed evaluators in the combine meeting rooms. Sources say all five showed good play recall and knowledge of their schemes. Excelling in the team interviews has definitely helped all five prospects heading into the pro day and pre-draft visit segment of the draft process.

Redskins See Potential for Moving Down

Updated March 3, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

Unlike most teams in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins got some early clarity for their draft strategy. While teams were in pre-combine meetings with their scouting staffs, the Redskins were able to resolve the biggest question for their offseason with the trade for veteran quarterback Alex Smith. The Smith acquisition cleared up the question of Kirk Cousins and also took the Redskins out of the market for a first-round quarterback. In speaking to Washington sources, they think there could be an opportunity to move down in the first round, and they have a number of options they will consider in the early rounds.

With the 13th-overall pick in the first round, the Redskins feel they are in a good spot to move down, as Buffalo and Cleveland were picking in that range last year when they traded down with Kansas City and Houston, respectively. The Redskins gave up a third-round pick in the Smith trade, but they are highly likely to get a third-round compensatory pick in the 2019 NFL Draft for losing Cousins in free agency. Where the Redskins are picking, there could be some quarterback-needy teams looking to move and potentially grab a signal-caller who slipped out of the top 10, similar to Deshaun Watson last year. Some potential trade partners include Buffalo and Arizona.

The Redskins are keeping their draft options open. They would like to add more talent to the defensive line, and they like Alabama nose tackle Da'Ron Payne. On offense, Washington is in the market for a guard. It would also consider adding more talent at wide receiver, and would really like a feature running back. In the second round, the Redskins like a group of running backs including Sony Michel, Derrius Guice, Ronald Jones and Kerryon Johnson. They don't believe that Michel or Guice will get to their second-rounder, but if they move down in the first round, they could have more ammunition to move around the draft board in the following rounds.

In the mid-rounds, the Redskins could consider a young quarterback to groom behind Alex Smith. Two names to keep an eye on are Washington State's Luke Falk and Richmond's Kyle Lauletta. In the middle of the draft, either one could be a developmental backup that fits Jay Gruden's offense well.

Washington has a lot of options available, and sources with the Redskins feel they are in excellent position to upgrade their team in the early rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Rams Have a Variety of Draft Targets

Updated March 2, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

What a difference a year makes for the Los Angeles Rams. At the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, the Rams were without a first-round pick having had a rough season with a scary beginning for rookie franchise quarterback Jared Goff. A year later saw Goff have a Pro Bowl season as new head coach Sean McVay worked magic with the Rams offense. After winning the NFC West, Los Angeles has its sights set on improving its talent to go deeper into the postseason. According to Rams sources, they have positions on both sides of the ball that they would like to improve in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Defensively, the Rams have a few areas of need even after acquiring talented cornerback Marcus Peters from the Chiefs. Los Angeles could use another corner to pair with Peters as the Peters addition is basically a replacement for cornerback Trumaine Johnson, who is expected to leave in free agency. Cornerback is in play for the Rams first-round pick. They also would consider adding an edge rusher to replace Robert Quinn, who was just dealt to the Dolphins. The Rams already needed a starter across from Quinn, so defensive end is now an even greater hole.

The Rams also will consider using early picks on the offense. Center could be the top offensive need. Los Angeles got a good season out of John Sullivan last year, but he is entering free agency and turns 33 before the 2018 season. Los Angeles also would consider drafting an offensive tackle in the first round as starting left tackle Andrew Whitworth will turn 37 next December. However, there is unlikely to be a tackle available worthy of the Rams' first-round pick.

The other need on offense that Los Angeles would like to address is a running back to go behind Todd Gurley. The Rams want to protect Gurley and have another back who can be productive if they need to cut down Gurley's workload. They would want more of a fast, slashing back with receiving skills to contribute in the third down passing game. That kind of back could be a mid-round target for Los Angeles.

Signing superstar defensive tackle Aaron Donald to a long-term contract is a priority for Los Angeles. With wanting to sign Lamarcus Joyner, and keeping an eye on the future contract extensions for Gurley and Goff, the Rams may not throw a lot of money around in free agency this year, so nailing the draft will be crucial for them to take the next step.

Cardinals Planning Offense-Focused Draft

Updated March 2, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

Every year, there are new head coaches in the NFL that come being an offensive or defensive coordinator, and with their first selection as a head coach, they take a player from the opposite side of the ball that they coordinated previously. This year that situation is expected to play out in Arizona with new head coach Steve Wilks, as sources say the Cardinals want to upgrade their offense significantly in the 2018 NFL Draft. Assuming the draft aligns to their needs, the Cardinals want to draft heavily on offensive players in 2018.

The biggest need on the Arizona roster is for a franchise quarterback. Carson Palmer retired, and the Cardinals have to find a new starter. Trading up in the first round for the right quarterback is a possibility for the Cardinals, as well as trading up from their second-round pick, or signing a veteran starter to buy more time. Every possibility is on the table. Landing a quarterback to build around is the highest priority for Arizona.

Aside from quarterback, sources say the other needs that the Cardinals want to address are the offensive line and wide receiver. The line had a lot of problems last year, and they hope that new offensive line coach Ray Brown can help fix those issues along with potentially bringing in more talent for Brown to work with. Arizona also could have some turnover at wide receiver, and Larry Fitzgerald will turn 35 next August. Adding some offensive line and wide receiver help is top of mind for the Cardinals with a new quarterback.

Sources with Arizona feel the defense is in good shape despite concerns that Robert Nkemdiche is going to be a bust. In this offseason, the Cardinals want to get a franchise quarterback and build up the talent around that signal caller to hopefully get Arizona back in playoff contention.

Steelers Targeting Linebackers and Safeties

Updated March 2, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

The 2017 NFL season saw a plethora of injuries to superstar talents across the NFL. Players like Odell Beckham Jr, J.J. Watt, and Carson Wentz went down with season-ending injuries, but that group all will return to the field next season. The injury that could have the biggest impact on next year and the future of a franchise was Pittsburgh losing star linebacker Ryan Shazier to a spinal injury. Shazier won't play in 2018, and his career is in jeopardy. That tragic injury adds to an already pre-existing need in the middle of the Pittsburgh defense that is the point of emphasis for the Steelers in the 2018 NFL Draft. According to sources, Pittsburgh wants to improve their talent at linebacker and safety in the early rounds of the draft.

Sources say the Steelers want to get a fast inside linebacker who is capable of helping them in pass coverage. They also would like to find a safety upgrade. Pittsburgh sources say they are happy with Sean Davis, but they want to improve the talent next to him. Adding a safety who can help them in some man coverage situations is something they would very much like to acquire.

Thanks to falling flat against Jacksonville, the Steelers didn't get to rematch with the Patriots in the AFC Championship. Still, matching up with New England is on the mind of Pittsburgh evaluators, and they would like to add a safety that is capable of covering Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski. Pittsburgh feels that is vulnerability of its defense, and it would like to find an upgrade to defending dangerous receiving tight ends in the middle of the field. The Steelers aren't sure yet if the draft will fall correctly to address those positions in the early rounds, but that is their preference for what they want to improve in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Minkah Fitzpatrick Not Seen As Dynamic Talent for Teams Picking in the Top 10

Updated March 1, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

A year ago, Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Allen was one of the consensus top players for the 2017 NFL Draft. Allen was coming off a tremendous two-year stretch for Alabama, and the consensus in the NFL media was that Allen would be a top-10 pick. Allen ended up sliding, as teams had concerns about his shoulders and felt he wasn't a dynamic athlete. This year, some team sources have the same feeling about Crimson Tide safety/cornerback Minkah Fitzpatrick. Sources from two teams picking in the top-10 said that Fitzpatrick is a really good player, but isn't a dynamic athlete.

There has been some debate about Fitzpatrick playing outside cornerback along with being a free safety and a slot corner. Working out as an outside cornerback and looking fluid there could help Fitzpatrick, as some team sources don't feel that he has the size, speed and athleticism of an elite top-of-the-draft player. In his final season for Alabama, Fitzpatrick totaled 60 tackles, one interception, eight passes broken up and a forced fumble. One general manager of a top-10 team said, "I just don't see a dynamic player." A national scout of another top-10 team who had Fitzpatrick in his area stated, "I don't think he's dynamic. He's very good, but not dynamic to me."

Safeties can slide in the draft, and a year ago, Ohio State's Malik Hooker fell in the first round, with teams viewing him as a dynamic athlete and player. Hooker's slide was in part from being injured in the lead up to the draft. Between his position and what we saw a year ago with Hooker and Allen, some team sources feel it is possible that Fitzpatrick could end up going lower than the consensus view entering the final seven weeks before the draft.

Mike McGlinchey, Christian Kirk Among Those Interviewing Well at the Combine

Updated March 1, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

Over the past two nights, draft prospects have been interviewing with NFL teams, and as expected, there are a few players who have really impressed evaluators. Among the players who have drawn some rave reviews from team sources are Notre Dame left tackle Mike McGlinchey and Texas A&M wide receiver Christian Kirk. Both of them have generated a nice buzz about their character, work ethic, and football knowledge.

Sources say that Notre Dame's Quenton Nelson also interviewed well. He wasn't as impressive as McGlinchey, but Nelson did well in his interview.

Kirk is hoping to create more teams considering him as a first-rounder, and his combine is off to a great start. Not only has Kirk been excellent in the team interviews, but his college coaching staff have raved about him to scouts and NFL coaches. If Kirk has a strong showing in the field workout, as expected, the slot receiver could get more consideration from teams picking late in the first round.

Other players that have interviewed well include Oklahoma offensive tackle Orlando Brown and Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph.

Meanwhile, according to sources, McGlinchey, Nelson, Kirk, and Louisville offensive tackle Geron Christian have had formal interviews with the Oakland Raiders. Rudolph had a formal interview with the Cleveland Browns.

Early Plan for the Browns: Quarterback at No. 1; Sam Darnold the Favorite

Updated March 1, 2018
By Charlie Campbell. Follow Charlie on Twitter @draftcampbell.

With two selections in the top five and three second-round picks, the Cleveland Browns are the power players on the first two days of the 2018 NFL Draft. With that plethora of selections, Cleveland has a variety of ways it could address rebuilding an 0-16 team into a legit contender. For years, the Browns have been on an odyssey of trying to find a franchise quarterback, and the demand to find a solution to that problem is the highest of priorities for new Browns general manager John Dorsey. After speaking with multiple sources with Cleveland, the early plan is to take a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, and the initial favorite is USC quarterback Sam Darnold.

There has been some speculation of the Browns waiting until the fourth-overall pick to take a quarterback. That would allow Cleveland to choose the draft's best player, Penn State running back Saquon Barkley, with the No. 1 overall selection, giving their offense a dynamic rushing attack. However, that is a risky strategy because a team could take the Browns' preferred quarterback with the No. 2 or 3 pick. With a number of teams needing franchise quarterbacks, and with the success of trades up for quarterbacks last year, that risk appears too great for the leadership in Cleveland. Hence, right now, it sounds like the Browns are going to go with a signal-caller at No. 1 overall.

Of the quarterback prospects, Darnold is the one that sounds like the consensus favorite among Browns sources. Some staff at the team like the idea of acquiring a veteran quarterback, taking Barkley at No. 1, and getting a quarterback in the second round or packaging the second-rounders to move back into the first round for a signal-caller. However, the consensus view among different sources with Cleveland was that Darnold was the favorite for No. 1 overall.

One point to stress is that this is still early in the process, and no final decisions have been made. Going with Darnold at No. 1 overall is just the early inclination. It is entirely possible that Cleveland changes its mind about its quarterback strategy or the quarterback they are inclined to take at No. 1. But heading into the combine workouts and pre-draft visits, taking Darnold at No. 1 sounds like the Browns' plan at the moment.

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