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1. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah / Notre Dame / 6’1”, 216

2. Jabril Cox / LSU / 6’3”, 233

3. Baron Browning / Ohio St. / 6’3”, 241

4. Chazz Surratt / UNC / 6’1”, 227

5. Erroll Thompson / Miss St. / 6’1”, 250

6. Pete Werner / Ohio St. / 6'3", 242

7. K.J. Britt / Auburn / 6’0”, 239

8. Zane Zandier / Virginia / 6’3”, 230

9. Derrick Barnes / Purdue / 6’0”, 245

10. Garret Wallow / TCU / 6’2”, 230

11. Blake Gallagher / N’Western / 6’1”, 228

12. Jake Hansen / Illinois / 6’1”, 230

13. Antijuan Simmons / Michigan St. / 6’0”, 225

14. Buddy Johnson / Texas A&M / 6’2”, 240

15. David Curry / Georgia Tech / 6’2”, 230

16. Dorian Etheridge / Louisville / 6’3”, 230

17. Rayshard Ashby / Virginia Tech / 5’10”, 245

18. Tony Fields / W. Virginia / 6’1”, 222

19. Nick Niemann / Iowa / 6'4", 233

20. Monty Rice / Georgia / 6’0”, 238

21. Charles Snowden / Virginia / 6’6”, 232

22. Isaiah Kaufusi / BYU / 6'2", 220

23. Max Richardson / Boston College / 6’0”, 230

24. Jamar Watson / Kentucky / 6’3”, 244

25. Paddy Fisher / N’Western / 6’3”, 239

26. Amen Ogbongbemiga / Oklahoma St. / 6’1”, 235

27. Riley Cole / S. Alabama / 6'2", 242

28. Grant Stuard / Houston / 5'11”, 230

29. Tuf Borland / Ohio St. / 6’0”, 229

30. Elijah Sullivan / Kansas St. / 6’0”, 215

31. Tavante Beckett / Marshall / 5'10", 214












Rush:

1. Patrick Johnson / Tulane / 6’3”, 250

2. Hamilcar Rashed / Oregon St. / 6’3”, 254

3. Malcolm Koonce / Buffalo / 6’3”, 250

4. Shaka Toney / Penn St. / 6'2", 238
 
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I like Britt more than that. He’s a fire hydrant
 

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No Pete Werner? I think he has something to offer in coverage which is of course what the NFL is after nowadays
 

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No Pete Werner? I think he has something to offer in coverage which is of course what the NFL is after nowadays

Werner is probably the most underrated Buckeye I’ve ever had the pleasure of watching play.
 

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Werner is probably the most underrated Buckeye I’ve ever had the pleasure of watching play.

Surprised he's not on this list. Plays very assignment sound football as an off-LB in zone coverage. He's got some versatility, but that's his thing.
 

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Garret Wallow has some of the better instincts of any linebacker around. Hair trigger.
 

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Is Skalski really legit? He looks possessed every time I see him. Then again, Clemson is disgustingly good and even the great Isaiah Simmons has disappeared since the season began.
 

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Is Skalski really legit? He looks possessed every time I see him. Then again, Clemson is disgustingly good and even the great Isaiah Simmons has disappeared since the season began.

He’s a legit run defender and plays with the passion of the heat of 7 suns. Very well prepared. Probably lacks the ideal length and coverage traits the new NFL desires, but I couldn’t put him any lower.
 

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Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah sure looks like a first round pick to me. Rangy and instinctual
 

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Pach, do you see us getting another speedy LB to start next to Baker or a stack and shed guy?

I see people clamoring for Surrat/Owusu and while I do like them no way I would field one of them as a starter next to Baker.

Too many Kiko/Baker memories from 2018 with them both getting rag-dolled and Kiko still failing in coverage too much for a 230 ish lb guy.
 

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Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah - extremely special player - hybrid LB/Safety - joker - has extreme range and there doesn't look like there is anything he can't do and do it at extremely high level.
He is my pick at 18 if he is there.....



 
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