The draft process is always an interesting one. Before kicking off the college season you can look at projected top 20's and see how much that differs now. In your opinion, who are some of the overrated and underrated prospects in the 2019 draft? Here are three for me in each category. Overrated: Daniel Jones, QB --- Admittedly, I don't have the scouts view with the availability to talk to Jones. I don't know how smart he is and how fast he processes information. What I see looks more like a 2nd or 3rd round pick. Can he overcome a lack of arm talent? The speed of the game keeps getting faster at all levels and windows for qb's are tighter than ever. I don't see a 1st rounder, which is where he is projected. T.J. Hockenson, TE -- It's not that I don't like Hockenson its just that I'm not sure about top 10 talent. I can buy first round and I understand scouts love his blocking, which is something highlights don't always feature. Rashan Gary, DE -- His talent jumps off the screen, but he still hasn't been a major producer. Is it coaching, the shoulder injury, or something else? Can the right coach bring it out of him? Harbaugh didn't and he's a great coach. Underrated: Chase Winovich, Pass Rusher --- I always love those all-effort players, but the production is there as well. Yet, there's hardly any draft buzz. Greg Little, OT --- He's one of those who initially was projected as a top-10 type player. In a sense, he's gone from overrated to underrated. Little would be a nice trade down option for Miami in R1. I think he's more in the late first round discussion now. He could be great for the Dolphins at RT. Julian Love, CB --- I've seen him mocked a lot in the third round, but I think his talent is more early second. He's one of the more physical corners in the draft and would look nice next to X. Howard in Miami.