18. Tarik Cohen
For a fourth round pick in his rookie season, this seems kind of high. However, Cohen has a lot of upside, and he can provide matchup problems on paper that give the offense a dimension that it has never had.
Cohen has the upside to be a game changer. He is smaller but has a solid amount of power for his size. However, where he wins is with speed and agility. Cohen has the ability to weave in and out of defenders. He also has the ability to stop on a dime and cut back to extend plays, use the whole field and
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create space that was never there.
Cohen could be used in a similar way to Tyreek Hill of the Kansas City Chiefs a year ago. Screens, reverses, draws and any sort of misdirection is in play. If Cohen can be a game breaker in these areas he makes the defense take that extra second to pause and assess things before moving. This opens things up for the whole offense. Add in punt returning quality, and if Cohen is a hit, he could be extremely valuable.