Packers — who traded out NBA Live Coins
Posted by: wen ()
Date: October 23, 2017 04:19AM

Packers — who traded out of the first round so the Browns could take Miami tight end David Njoku — and Patriots have yet to pick. The second round begins Friday in Philadelphia at 7 p.m. ET, with the Packers on the clock. Here are the top players remaining as NBA Live Coins the NFL Draft moves to its second day. 1.

Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State: Cook might be the most talented running back in the class, but several off-field incidents have pushed him down. Despite character concerns, his talent is undeniable. He runs with power and speed, catches the ball well and is a solid blocker. A Le'Veon Bell-type player, Cook got better each of his three seasons at.

Florida State and finished with 4,464 yards and 46 touchdowns.2. Zay Jones, WR, East Carolina: Jones will be off the board early with teams like the Bears (36th overall), Panthers (40th), and Bills (44th) all enamored with him. Jones has ideal height and weight at 6-2, 201 and his stock soared after he ran a 4.45 40 at the combine. That was after he shined at the Senior Bowl as the best receiver in.

Mobile, where he was coached by the Bears staff. Jones is the NCAA single-season record holder with 158 catches last year and is the NCAA’s all-time leading receiver with 399 catches for 4,279 yards and 23 scores.3. Forrest Lamp, OG, Western Kentucky: As the starting left tackle for the Hilltoppers, Lamp really made a name for himself last September with a solid showing against Alabama. His stock has risen since.

Lamp, who is projected as an NFL guard, is strong, bends well, anchors his weight, has good feet and excellent hand placement. In short, Lamp does everything well and can solidify the left side of any team's offensive line. 4. Chidobe Awuzie, CB, Colorado: Awuzie was in Philadelphia for the draft, but had to spend the night after not hearing his name called.

He had gained steam over the last couple months. Awuzie is explosive on his break and has excellent length at 6-0, 202 with 31-inch arms. He had 22 pass breakups and three interceptions over the last two seasons and isn’t afraid to help against the run, with 15 tackles for loss over the last two years.5.

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