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    2018 NFL Draft Grades: AFC North
    Author: Dominique Harriet
    Website: https://dadukoprok.men
    Added: Sat, 09 Jun 2018 23:36:58 +0000
    Category: Gambling
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    AFC North

    Baltimore Ravens

    1 (25). Hayden Hurst, TE: 6-5, 250, South Carolina

    1 (32). Lamar Jackson, QB: 6-2, 216, Louisville

    3 (83). Orlando Brown, OT: 6-8, 345, Oklahoma

    3 (86). Mark Andrews, TE: 6-5, 256, Oklahoma

    4 (118). Anthony Averett, CB: 5-11, 183, Alabama

    4 (122). Kenny Young, LB: 6-1, 236, UCLA

    4 (132). Jaleel Scott, WR: 6-5, 218, New Mexico State

    5 (162). Jordan Lasley, WR: 6-1, 203, UCLA

    6 (190). DeShon Elliot, S: 6-1, 210, Texas

    6 (212). Greg Senat, OT: 6-6, 302, Wagner

    6 (215). Bradley Bozeman, C: 6-5, 317, Alabama

    7 (238). Zach Sieler, DE: 6-6, 290, Ferris State

    Grade: A

    A regular on the draft grades honor roll, GM Ozzie Newsome delivered a masterpiece finale, moving up and down the board to land value and upside. He added two different types of weapons at tight end and wide receiver, a Day 1 starter at right tackle and useful depth on defense. Oh, and he landed the most electric quarterback since Michael Vick. What more could you want?

    Best pick: Brown. Beyond the sentiment of bringing Orlando "Zeus" Brown's son to his father's old team, this was also a great marriage of value and need. Despite his historically poor workout numbers, Brown's tape is terrific, and Baltimore has a gaping hole at right tackle.

    Upside pick: Jackson. He needs serious mechanical work but reads defenses well and executed many pro concepts at Louisville. Now he has time to develop behind Joe Flacco, who turns 34 in January. Jackson's generational athleticism makes for a sky-high ceiling if it all comes together.

    Cincinnati Bengals

    1 (21). Billy Price, C/G: 6-4, 305, Ohio State

    2 (54). Jessie Bates III, S: 6-1, 200, Wake Forest

    3 (77). Sam Hubbard, DE: 6-5, 270, Ohio State

    3 (78). Malik Jefferson, LB: 6-2, 236, Texas

    4 (112). Mark Walton RB: 5-10, 202, Miami (Fla.)

    5 (151). Davontae Harris, CB: 5-11, 205, Illinois State

    5 (158). Andrew Brown, DL: 6-3, 296, Virginia

    5 (170). Darius Phillips, CB: 5-10, 193, Western Michigan

    7 (249). Logan Woodside, QB: 6-1, 213, Toledo

    7 (252). Rod Taylor, OG: 6-3, 320, Ole Miss

    7 (253). Auden Tate, WR: 6-5, 228, Florida State

    Grade: B+

    It wasn't flashy, but steady, a burgeoning Bengals' draft tradition. Assuming health, Price will start in 2018 while Bates should play plenty in Teryl Austin's three-safety packages. Hubbard, Jefferson and Brown are impressive athletes, and Walton could have gone much higher if not for a season-ending ankle injury. Really solid class.

    Best pick: Price. Cincinnati's line was an absolute disaster in 2017 in the run game and pass protection. Price could be an immediate upgrade on the departed Russell Bodine, opening up holes for Joe Mixon and giving Andy Dalton a pocket to step into.

    Upside pick: Jefferson. He lacks instincts and is a tad stiff laterally, but Jefferson is an incredible athlete (4.52 40-yard dash). A see-ball, get-ball type, he'll rack up tackles when kept clean versus the run, and he has the measureables to develop into a terrific cover man with time.

    Cleveland Browns

    1 (1). Baker Mayfield, QB: 6-1, 215, Oklahoma

    1 (4). Denzel Ward, CB: 5-11, 183, Ohio State

    2 (33). Austin Corbett, OL: 6-4, 306, Nevada

    2 (35). Nick Chubb, RB: 5-11, 227 Georgia

    3 (67). Chad Thomas, DE: 6-5, 281, Miami (Fla.)

    4 (105). Antonio Callaway, WR: 5-11, 200, Florida

    5 (150). Genard Avery, LB: 6-1, 248, Oklahoma

    6 (175). Damion Ratley, WR: 6-2, 193, Texas A&M

    6 (188). Simeon Thomas, CB: 6-3, 190, Louisiana-Lafayette

    Grade: B

    John Dorsey can't thank Sashi Brown enough for assembling this war chest of picks. There are a few value questions (Ward over Bradley Chubb, for example), but Dorsey boosted Cleveland's talent pool immensely. Don't forget, Tyrod Taylor (acquired for No. 65), Jarvis Landry (No. 123, 2019 seventh) and Damarious Randall (pick swaps in Rounds 4 and 5) also factor here.

    Best pick: Mayfield. We know things go wrong for quarterbacks in Cleveland, but Mayfield could be a star if surrounded by the right pieces. The most efficient QB in FBS history proved at Oklahoma he can execute a creative offense and provide off-schedule playmaking when necessary.

    Upside pick: Callaway. Dorsey rolled the dice on Tyreek Hill in Kansas City, and Callaway is a similar gamble. He had a series of major off-field issues at Florida, but there might not be a more gifted wideout in the entire draft.

    Pittsburgh Steelers

    1 (28). Terrell Edmunds, S: 6-1, 217, Virginia Tech

    2 (60). James Washington, WR: 5-11, 213, Oklahoma State

    3 (76). Mason Rudolph, QB: 6-5, 235, Oklahoma State

    3 (92). Chukwuma Okorafor, OT: 6-6, 320, Western Michigan

    5 (148). Marcus Allen, S: 6-2, 215, Penn State

    5 (165). Jaylen Samuels, FB: 6-0, 225, N.C. State

    7 (246). Joshua Frazier, DT: 6-3, 321, Alabama

    Grade: C-

    Washington should help replace Martavis Bryant (traded for a third-rounder), while his college QB, Rudolph, is a great candidate to be Ben Roethlisberger's potential heir. Edmunds was viewed as a mid-round prospect, and the team never addressed its gaping hole at inside linebacker.

    Best pick: Washington. Pittsburgh shipped off Bryant but quickly brought in another explosive playmaker to reinforce its high-flying offense. Washington brings tremendous big-play ability, having averaged 19.8 yards per reception and caught 39 touchdowns in college.

    Upside pick: Edmunds. Living up to the first-round billing will be a huge challenge. He isn't as highly touted as younger brother Tremaine (16th overall to Buffalo), but Terrell is just as athletic. He tested in the 85th percentile or better among safeties in every NFL Scouting Combine measureable except for height, demonstrating the potential for him to be a matchup coverage weapon against tight ends down the line.

    --Field Level Media

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