The portraits of the main offensive players available in the draft were drawn yesterday, and it’s time to draw the focus of attention to their defensive colleagues. The 2021 year obviously has no definite value.
Wenger/Guard Miami | 6’5 inches, 260 pounds
On the defensive end or outside guards, no one can safely play the role of “wing forward” in this year. However, Jaelan Phillips dominates in 2020 with 15.5 tackles and 8 sacks. Talent, physique, and intellect blend together, but this is a terrible history of injury, especially a concussion. This aspect cannot be ignored, but a healthy Phillips is a bomb.
Wenger/Guardian Georgia | 6 feet 2 inches, 249 pounds
Ojulari represents one of the most fascinating cases in the draft. Many people worry that he is not tall enough to be less than 250 pounds to develop at the end of the NFL’s defensive front. However, this moderate figure ensures that he can explode at will in the initial movements. Last season, he was the most productive defensive player in the SEC meeting. He had 12.5 sacks, 18.5 tackles and 5 games against high-quality offensive wingers.
Wenger/Guard Michigan State | 6 feet 2 inches, 270 pounds
Kwity Paye is very well built and can evolve outdoors and in some cases indoors. He is an excellent athlete, he is recognized as a great leader with a good attitude, and he keeps working hard. However, in his case, the output (11.5 professional sacks) may not match the potential so far. His library of exerting pressure is yet to be developed. If directed properly, he will give off sparks.
Wenger/Guard Penn State University | 6’4 inches, 257 pounds
Oweh is the best athlete in his position. When “Edge” ran 40 yards in 4.37 seconds and his other tests were also science fiction, it was confusing. As you know, physical testing is a long way from ensuring the sustainability of the NFL, but every time the team falls in love with athletic ability. At present, this is a project, and this risk may be excessively profitable or become a potato.
Wenger/Guard Miami | 6’6 inches, 266 pounds
This is of course the subject of this post this year, but Rousseau is another interesting question. It broke everything in 2019 at a price of 15.5 bags per season, although some were harvested opportunistically. This is his first (and only) season as a starter, which implies great potential. Except for Rousseau, who missed last season, there are still very few samples. At 6 feet 6 inches, it will make the team salivate.
Wenger/Guard Washington | 6’5 inches, 259 pounds