Purpose of this thread is quite simple, get straight to the point about prospects you're not as high on as the hype might suggest you should be. Maybe you just don't see it. You just don't see what all the hype is about. Or perhaps you like a player, just not quite as high as they're projected. Simple as that. For me, two stick out right now. The first is Connor Williams. I've watched...and watched...and watched...and watched... I just don't see it. I simply can't understand what makes him so special. I've listened to talk about this kid and how dominant he is for 2 years. I've heard it said more than once that he's the best left tackle prospect they've seen in years. He ain't the best one I've seen. Next...Calvin Ridley. Don't get me wrong, I love Calvin Ridley. One of the best I've seen at tracking the ball downfield running full speed. Exceptional route runner. However, I don't ever hear his weakness discussed. His age is a factor...will be on the older side for a rookie. Elusive? Absolutely. But he's not physical at all after the catch. Can't fight his way out of a wet paper sack. My issue isn't that Ridley is a fine player, he is. My issue is that he's been projected as a top 10 pick. I don't like him that high. You have to be physical after the catch in the NFL to be an elite receiver for a long time. Honorable mention here is Baker Mayfield. I see him being guaranteed by league insiders like Adam Schefter as a lock 1st round pick. I believe it. I'd put his odds at about 65% of coming off the board in the 1st round. I couldn't pull the trigger that early on him though. It's not necessarily about whether or not he can play at the next level. He can. The issues for me are maturity, decision making, impulse control, and what his values are. In the NFL, your 1st round pick on a QB you perceive to be your franchise quarterback comes down to a lot more than putting up statistics that earn escalators. In a business like the NFL, your quarterback has to be the CEO of your team, for many reasons. I can't see Baker Mayfield being ready for that type of responsibility yet. He might end up being ready for that and all that comes with it. But I'm not sold on it. Which is why I can't take him that high. I'd be interested to hear some prospects that some of you draft posters may be a little apprehensive on for your own reasons.