2018 NFL Draft: Top Prospects attendance
22 of the top 2018 NFL draft prospects will be in attendance for the 2018 NFL draft on Thursday. Who will be there?
The top 22 2018 NFL Draft prospects will be in attendance on Thursday to shake the commissioners hand. Those prospects include
Leighton Vander Esch
Most, if not all of these prospects will be first round picks.
Alexander is regarded widely as the number two cornerback prospect and a top 20 pick. Josh Allen is likely going to end up in the top five. Saquan Barkley has a floor of seven. Taven Bryan could go as high as the top 15 and as low as the top half of the second round.
Bradley Chubb will go in the top five. Sam Darnold is regarded as the number one overall pick. Marcus Davenport is a sleeper at eight, but will likely go from 10 to 20. Tremaine Edmunds is more likely to go at eight than Davenport, and has a floor of around 12.
Rashaan Evans will go anywhere from 12 to 28. Minkah Fitzpatrick is in play at eight, but could fall to 14. Shaquem Griffen will not go in round one, but is a great story. Derrius Guice could go anywhere from 13 to out of the first round. Josh Jackson go anywhere from 14 to out of the first round. Lamar Jackson will go anywhere from 10 to 28. Derwin James will go anywhere between seven and 14. Kolton Miller could go top ten but will not fall out of the first round. Josh Rosen could go anywhere in the first half of the first round. Roquan Smith is in play at eight and will go top ten.
Leighton Vander Esch will go anywhere from 12 to 19. Vita Vea is destined to go to Washington at 13. Denzel Ward will go from four to 14. Connor Williams could go anywhere in the first round as well.