2017 NFL Draft Day 2 Live Analysis

Welcome to Day 2 of the 2017 NFL Draft. This page is dedicated to the second and third-round this year. Providing fast points on the players selected from a data perspective. There are a lot of talented players at this point of the draft. So buckle in for a great day of drafting even if your team didn’t draft someone you wanted.

So to rattle off a few thoughts from Day 1. I found the Browns’ draft to not be perfect, but it’s clear the metrics they value most. Explosiveness and speed.

Myles Garrett, Jabrill Peppers and David Njoku all had 90+ percentile explosiveness compared to their positional peers since 1999. And Garrett/Peppers also had 90+ percentile speed for their size.

Two drafts in a row, the Browns have valued explosiveness and speed. Which makes it safe to say this is a real trend.

A trend that can pay off as Garrett, Peppers and Njoku all hit decent production marks. Except for Peppers who is closer to T.J. Ward in terms of interception market share production.

However, I still believe Peppers has the athleticism to become a T.J. Ward like outlier. But he is the one pick I’m the most nervous about from a data and film perspective.

Just a reminder of best availables for Day 2 position wise

QB

DeShone Kizer

RB

Dalvin Cook

D’Onta Foreman

Jeremy McNichols

Aaron Jones

WR

Chris Godwin

Curtis Samuel

Zay Jones

Taywan Taylor

Juju Smith-Schuster

TE

Adam Shaheen

Bucky Hodges

Jake Butt

Jonnu Smith

Jordan Leggett

OT

J.P. Flynn

Max Rich

Storm Norton

Jylan Ware

Cam Robinson

OG

Forrest Lamp

Dan Feeney

Ben Braden

Nico Siragusa

Corey Levin

OC

Ethan Pocic

Parker Collins

Jay Guillermo

Kyle Fuller

Tyler Orlosky

Edge

Jordan Willis

Tyus Bowser

Trey Hendrickson

Carl Lawson

Daeshon Hall

DT

Malik McDowell

Larry Ogunjobi

Mon Adams

Charles Walker

Vincent Taylor

LB

Zach Cunningham

Raekwon McMillan

Blair Brown

Anthony Walker Jr.

Eric Wilson

CB

Kevin King

Quincy Wilson

Desmond King

Ahkello Witherspoon

Shaq Griffin

DS

Marcus Williams

Xavier Woods

Chidobe Awuzie

Josh Jones

Obi Melifonwu

Round 2

Green Bay Packers Select:  Kevin King

Stephon Gilmore Athlete with All-Pro length

Best data potential to become a multiple Pro Bowl CB in this class.

Jacksonville Jaguars Select:  Cam Robinson, OT/OG, Alabama

Poor man’s version of Keleche Osemele

Will struggle with above average explosive and flexible pass rushers.

Seattle Seahawks Select:  Malik McDowell

Almost identical profile to Richard Seymour coming out of Georgia.

Lacks elite explosiveness and flexibility for his size, but could become a star due to freakish size and length.

Couple character flags though.

Arizona Cardinals Select: Budda Baker

Eric Weddle level athlete.

But lacks Weddle’s elite interception and pass deflection market share.

Will be a test case as he is very young, but does not have similar markers to Tyrann Mathieu, Earl Thomas or any of the other top safeties he’s been compared to.

Buffalo Bill Select: Zay Jones

Elite market share production coming out of East Carolina.

In addition to elite flexibility for his size.

Jones has all the ingredients to become a Jordy Nelson like wide receiver one.

San Diego Chargers Select: Forrest Lamp, OG, Western Kentucky

Elite overall athleticism for his size grading similar to Brian Waters.

You can’t go wrong with Lamp inside.

New York Jets Select: Marcus Maye, DS, Florida

Produced in similar way to Budda Baker.

Has Kam Chancellor athleticism traits.

However, there are better safeties in this class.

Carolina Panthers Select:  Curtis Samuel

Elite speed with Pro Bowl production.

Has the ability to become just as impactful as John Ross in terms of mismatch ability.

McCaffrey and Samuel is a deadly combination.

Minnesota Vikings Select: Dalvin Cook

All-Pro production markers with above average speed.

Last RB to become a Pro Bowler with his 3-Cone was Demarco Murray since 1999.

However, he could be that type of outlier due to his production.

New Orleans Saints Select: Marcus Williams

Similar profile to Haha Clinton-Dix with better athleticism.

Has a chance to be the best safety from this class.

Philadelphia Eagles Select: Sidney Jones

Poor athleticism with positive production.

Could be A.J. Bouye like.

St. Louis Rams Select: Gerald Everett

Good overall athlete with great production.

The NFL is not kind to H-Back TEs

Chicago Bears Select: Adam Shaheen

Elite level athleticism with very good market share production.

There are some level of competition concerns, but he’s has a great combination of size/athleticism traits.

Indianapolis Colts Select: Quincy Wilson

Sean Smith like athlete with similar production.

Potential long-term starter.

Baltimore Ravens Select: Tyus Bowser

Great overall athleticism with tremendous production.

He has the potential to become a multiple Pro Bowl Edge Rusher.

Cincinnati Bengals Select: Joe Mixon

One of the best RB athletes in the class.

Market Share production is troublesome in terms of quality outcomes long-term

Washington Redskins Select: Ryan Anderson

Poor athleticism with decent production.

Very high of a pick.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Select: Justin Evans

Decent production across the board.

With elite explosiveness.

He lacks speed and didn’t perform agility drills that is concerning.

Denver Broncos Select: Demarcus Walker

Poor flexibility for his size with above average explosiveness and speed.

But has good production.

Cleveland Browns Select: DeShone Kizer

Did not meet starting level high school production.

But hit starter level college production.

Detroit Lions Select: Teez Tabor

Significantly below average speed.

But has elite pass deflection market share.

Miami Dolphins Select: Raekwon McMillan

Pro Bowl level solo tackle market share.

With decent overall athleticism, but lacks flexibility to be dominant in coverage.

New York Giants Select: Dalvin Tomlinson

Extremely poor production.

With some above average athleticism traits.

Oakland Raiders Select: Obi Melifonwu

Elite explosiveness and speed.

Has great solo tackle and pass deflection market share.

But lack elite interception market share.

Houston Texans Select: Zach Cunningham

Daryl Smith in terms of production and athleticism.

Has potential to be a very good long-term starter.

Seattle Seahawks Select: Ethan Pocic

Above average explosiveness and speed.

With below average flexibility.

Kansas City Chiefs Select: Tanoh Kpassagnon, DE, Villanova

Great size with above average speed and explosiveness

He doesn’t have elite FCS production though, which limits his upside.

Dallas Cowboys Select: Chidobe Awuzie, CB, Colorado

Tyrann Mathieu like production with Marcus Gilchrist athleticism.

He’s one of the best free safety/nickel corners in the class.

Green Bay Packers Select: Josh Jones, DS, North Carolina State

Elite explosiveness and speed with great production.

He lacks the flexibility to be an elite strong safety, but he can be a very good starter.

Pittsburgh Steelers Select: Juju Smith-Schuster, WR, USC

Elite market share production at a decent age.

Film is concerning in terms of development.

Buffalo Bills Select: Dion Dawkins, OG, Temple

Great overall athleticism traits to be elite inside.

Carolina Panthers Select: Taylor Moton, OT, Western Michigan

Elite explosiveness and flexibility for his size.

Lacks elite height at offensive tackle, but will be a great fit at right tackle.

Cleveland Browns Select: Larry Ogunjobi, DT, Charlotte

Great overall athleticism and production.

Lack elite height.

San Francisco 49ers Select: Ahkello Witherspoon, CB, Colorado

Great size and length with above average explosiveness.

Good production too.

New Orleans Saints Select: Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee

Has not been a multiple Pro Bowl RB with his production since the 1983 NFL Draft Class.

Jacksonville Jaguars Select: Dawuane Smoot, DE, Illinois

Decent production, but lack elite athleticism traits.

Los Angeles Rams Select: Cooper Kupp, WR, Eastern Washington

Good FCS Production with above average flexibility.

Age limits upside.

Minnesota Vikings Select: Pat Elflein, OC, Ohio State

Poor athlete overall.

But could be a starter as an outlier.

Los Angeles Chargers Select: Dan Feeney, OG, Indiana

Great overall Pro Bowl level power guard athlete.

And is one of the best finishers on film in the class.

Tennessee Titans Select: Taywan Taylor, WR, Western Kentucky

Great production market with elite flexibility for his size.

Taylor has a chance to be a very good wide receiver long-term.

Cincinnati Bengals Select: Jordan Willis, DE, Kansas State

Elite level athlete with great production.

There are very few holes in his data profile.

Baltimore Ravens Select: Chris Wormley, DT, Michigan

Ra’Shede Hageman in terms of having great size/athleticism, but poor production.

Atlanta Falcons Select: Duke Riley, LB, LSU

Similar production profile to Reuben Foster.

With decent starter production.

New Orleans Saints Select: Alex Anzalone, LB, Florida

Minimum starter level production with decent athleticism.

Has potential to be a starter.

Carolina Panthers Select: Daeshon Hall, DE, Texas A&M

Has great size and decent athleticism.

But lacks elite production overall.

Baltimore Ravens Select: Tim Williams, DE, Alabama

Some above average athletic qualities, but lacks starter level market share production.

New York Jets Select: ArDarius Stewart, WR, Alabama

3-Time Pro Bowl production with decent athleticism.

Indianapolis Colts Select: Tarell Basham, DE, Ohio

Great athleticism, but his production is extremely suspect against his level of competition.

Washington Redskins Select: Fabian Moreau, CB, UCLA

Elite athleticism with only near elite length and very concerning production.

Injury history is also very scary.

Denver Broncos Select: Carlos Henderson, WR, Louisiana Tech

Above average explosiveness and speed.

However, his production for his level of competition is concerning.

New England Patriots Select: Derek Rivers, DE, Youngstown State

Above average athleticism for his size.

But lacks elite FCS production.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Select: Chris Godwin, WR, Penn State

Elite production, age and athleticism.

Has the potential to be the best wide receiver in this class.

New England Patriots Select: Antonio Garcia, OT, Troy

Luke Joeckel explosiveness with below average flexibility.

Very poor overall potential to be a starter at tackle.

Kansas City Chiefs Select: Kareem Hunt, RB, Toledo

Decent overall market share production.

With ideal ZBS explosiveness athletic traits.

New York Giants Select: Davis Webb, QB, California

Decent collegiate production, but lacks starter level high school production.

Oakland Raiders Select: Eddie Vanderdoes, DT, UCLA

Very good athleticism overall.

But production is concerning in terms of quality outcomes.

Houston Texans Select: D’Onta Foreman, RB, Texas

Elite market share production.

Very similar athleticism to Eddie Lacy as a Pro Bowl RB.

Seattle Seahawks Select: Shaq Griffin, CB, Central Florida

Great size and length.

With above average production and athleticism traits.

Los Angeles Rams Select: John Johnson, DS, Boston College

Good overall production with starter level athleticism.

Nothing special about his profile though.

Dallas Cowboys Select:  Jourdan Lewis, CB, Michigan

Very good flexibility for his size and production.

But lack elite length and best only as a slot corner.

Green Bay Packers Select:  Montravius Adams, DT, Auburn

Elite speed and decent overall production.

Has some Pro Bowl upside, but more likely a long-term starter.

Pittsburgh Steelers Select: Corn Elder, CB, Miami

Slot corner only with elite market share production.

However, lacks the athleticism to develop into an elite cornerback

Seattle Seahawks Select: Delano Hill, DS, Michigan

Below average solo tackle and pass deflection market share.

Elite speed, but more likely a long-term starter only.

Detroit Lions Select: Kenny Golladay, WR, Northern Illinois

Terrific production, but age and his strength of schedule are not doing him any favors.

Could be Mike Williams on a budget in the right system.

Miami Dolphins Select: Cordrea Tankersly, CB, Clemson

Poor overall production with below average explosiveness.

Could become a starter at best.

Arizona Cardinals Select: Chad Williams, WR, Grambling State

Very good production at the FCS level.

Similar athletic profile to Carlos Henderson with above average explosiveness and speed.

Philadelphia Eagles Select: Rasul Douglas, CB, West Virginia

Older version of Marlon Humphrey with less athleticism.

Tennessee Titans Select: Jonnu Smith, TE, Florida International

Great athlete with elite production.

Level of competition is worrisome.

Denver Broncos Select: Brendan Langley, CB, Lamar

Speed corner only.

Did not post exceptional production for his level of competition.

Seattle Seahawks Select: Nazair Jones, DT, North Carolina

Decent production, but very poor athleticism.

Has chance to be backup to spot starter.

New Orleans Saints Select: Trey Hendrickson, DE, Florida Atlantic

Above average athleticism traits and production.

Some concerns about football intelligence from Shrine Game practices.

San Francisco 49ers Select: C.J. Beathard, QB, Iowa

Had starter level college production and decent HS production.

But not a clean quarterback profile by any means.

Pittsburgh Steelers Select: James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh

Above average speed and decent production.

Could become a long-term starter in the right system.

Seattle Seahawks Select: Amara Darboh, WR, Michigan

Starter level production and some above average production traits.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Select: Kendall Beckwith, LB, LSU

Averageish solo tackle market share.

Not enough athletic testing to determine much.

 

 

 

2017 NFL Draft Live Analysis Page: Day 1

Welcome to the 2017 NFL Draft live analysis page.  This page will go live thirty minutes before the NFL Draft at 7:30 P.M. Eastern. I will give my first initial thoughts and predictions. And I will update throughout the night with my impressions as the selections are made. With the main goal of giving some insight into what type of data/analytics if any were used in the selection, and how that may or may not pay off in the long-term. Be sure to check back to this page through the draft and have a nice Draft day.

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Cleveland Browns select: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M

Key Points

90+ percentile explosiveness and speed.

Plus Julius Peppers like market share production and a similar physical profile to most elite pass rushers.

Great pick.

Chicago Bears trade up to select: Mitch Trubisky

Key Points

Hit both HS and College markers for a Pro Bowl quarterback.

Only one year of production at a relatively older age does not bode well from a historical perspective.

Questionable pick in terms of draft capital given up for.

San Francisco 49ers select:  Soloman Thomas

Key Points

Justin Houston level athlete.

Khalil Mack market share production against top competition.

Great pick

Jacksonville Jaguars select: Leonard Fournette

Similar profile to Demarco Murray with All-Pro production.

Lack of agility testing is concerning.

Good pick

Tennessee Titans select:  Corey Davis

Elite market share production, but did not dominate his level of competition the way Randy Moss did.

Lack of testing also hurts his projection.

Decent pick

New York Jets select:  Jamal Adams, DS, LSU

Key Points

Reggie Nelson level athlete

Good production, but lacks elite solo tackle market share indicating an elite strong safety. And lack elite pass deflection market share in terms of an elite free safety.

Decent pick

San Diego Chargers Select: Mike Williams, WR, Clemson

Averageish athlete in terms of explosiveness and speed

Hasn’t been a Pro Bowler with his market share production since the 1990s.

Poor pick

Carolina Panthers Select: Christian McCaffrey

All-Pro level production

Elite flexibility for his size

Below average arm length. Only RBs with as short of arms to become a long-term starter since 2002 NFL Draft class were Chris Johnson and C.J. Spiller.

Cincinnati Bengals select: John Ross

Elite speed with similar qualities to Santana Moss and Joey Galloway

3-Time Pro Bowl production

Injury history is concerning

Kansas City Chiefs select:  Patrick Mahomes

Pro Bowl level college production

High School production is concerning by not hitting starter level production.

However, with Andy Reid as his mentor. I can see Mahomes becoming a Donovan McNabb/Brett Favre like career.

Good pick.

New Orleans Saints select: Marshon Lattimore

Great explosiveness and elite speed

His market share production is not All-Pro level.

Lacks elite arm length.

Similar traits to Justin Gilbert due to skipping agility drills.

Poor pick

Houston Texans Select: Deshaun Watson

Best indicators of any quarterback in this class.

Elite college and high school production.

Great pick

Arizona Cardinals Select:  Haason Reddick, LB, Temple

Great athlete.

Pro Bowl level production for an Edge rusher.

Age is a concern in terms of All-Pro upside.

Good pick

Philadelphia Eagles Select: Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee

Elite production against top competition

Similar profile to Terrell Suggs.

Lacks elite explosiveness and speed for his size to say he is risk free.

Indianapolis Colts Select: Malik Hooker

Very good production and age.

Did not test to judge athleticism.

Decent pick

Baltimore Ravens select:  Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama

Stanford Routt athleticism.

Lack elite level pass deflection market share.

Poor pick.

Washington Redskins Select: Jonathan Allen, DT, Alabama

Great overall production

Good, but not great athleticism traits.

Great pick

Tennessee Titans Select:  Adoree Jackson, CB, USC

Good athleticism and production.

Lacks elite length and size.

Good pick.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Select:  O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama

Pro Bowl level production.

Lacks elite explosiveness.

Decent pick

Denver Broncos Select: Garrett Bolles, OT/OG, Utah

Good athlete, but lack height profile of elite tackles.

Better fit inside.

Detroit Lions Select:  Jarrad Davis, LB, Florida

Above average explosiveness and speed

Did not hit All-Pro or Pro Bowl level production marks

Poor pick.

Miami Dolphins Select: Charles Harris, DE, Missouri

Poor athleticism profile.

Good production profile.

Poor pick.

New York Giants Select: Evan Engram

Great athleticism profile.

Todd Christensen production level.

Great pick.

Oakland Raiders Select: Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State

Good athleticism traits.

Lacks production and similar to Justin Gilbert in that regard.

Cleveland Browns Select: Jabrill Peppers

Elite explosiveness and speed

Lack INT market share to become an elite safety.

Small version of Eric Reid.

Atlanta Falcons select: Takkarist McKinley

Kamerion Wimbley level athlete

Great production across the board

Poor value compared to other options

Buffalo Bills Select: Tre White

D.J. Hayden level athlete

Good production across the board

Poor value

Dallas Cowboys Select: Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan

Above average explosiveness and flexibility.

Below average speed.

Average production across the board.

Poor pick

Cleveland Browns Select: David Njoku, TE, Miami

All-Pro level production

Above average production across the board at a very young age.

Good pick.

Pittsburgh Steelers Select: T.J. Watt

Pro Bowl level athleticism and Production.

Scott Fujita like.

Good pick

San Francisco 49ers Select: Reuben Foster

Good not great solo tackle market share.

No athletic testing to determine much.

New Orleans Saints Select: Ryan Ramcyzk

Good overall physical profile, but no athleticism to determine overall upside.

Decent pick

Best Availables for Day 2.

Jordan Willis

Tyus Bowser

Malik McDowell

Larry Ogunjobi

Kevin King

Chidobe Awuzie

Marcus Williams

Xavier Woods

Dalvin Cook

D’Onta Foreman

Obi Melifonwu

Josh Jones

Forrest Lamp

Cam Robinson

Ahkello Witherspoon

Carl Lawson

DeShone Kizer

Zay Jones

Ishmael Zamora

Curtis Samuel

Taywan Taylor

Nico Siragusa

Ben Braden

Dan Feeney

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 NFL Draft Analytics Profile: Patrick Ricard (Pete Smith Special)

2017 NFL Draft Profiles  

Patrick Ricard

Defensive Tackle

Team Maine  
Age (On Draft Day) 22.93  
Height 6-3  
Weight 300  
Arm Length Unknown  
Hand Size Unknown  
Age Percentile 59.49  
MSA Percentile N/A due to level of competition  
Solo Tackle Market Share Score 53.85  
Sack Market Share Score 65.94  
TFL Market Share Score 76.12  
Explosive Lower Body Strength Score 86.82  
Speed Score 96.65  
Flexibility Score 98.52  
Bench 33  

 

Prospect CHECKLIST

No All-Pro and Pro Bowl Age Percentile: 67 or Higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl DTs Since the 1995 NFL Draft Class were in the 67 Percentile or Higher of age ranked from youngest to oldest  
N/A All-Pro MSA Rating: 85 or Higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro DTs since the 1990 NFL Draft Class were in the 85 or Higher Percentile of MSA  
N/A Long-term Starter MSA Rating: 50 or Higher 95% of 64 Start or More starters since the 1990 NFL Draft Class were in the 50 Percentile or Higher of MSA  
N/A All-Pro Solo Tackle Market Share Score: 87.19 or Higher 100% of multiple All-Pro DTs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class had a solo tackle market share score of 87.19 or higher  
N/A Pro Bowl Solo Tackle Market Share Score: 72.31 or Higher 100% of multiple Pro Bowl DTs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class had a solo tackle market share score of 72.31 or higher  
N/A All-Pro Sack Market Share Score: 50.98 or Higher 100% of multiple All-Pro DTs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class had a sack market share score of 50.98 or higher  
N/A Pro Bowl Sack Market Share Score: 30.74 or Higher 100% of multiple Pro Bowl DTs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class had a sack market share score of 30.74 or higher  
N/A All-Pro TFL Market Share Score: 60.06 or higher 100% of multiple All-Pro DTs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class had a TFL market share score of 60.06 or higher  
N/A Pro Bowl TFL Market Share Score: 50.87 or higher 100% of multiple Pro Bowl DTs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class had a TFL market share score of 50.87 or higher  
No All-Pro Height: 6-4 or Taller 75% of Multiple All-Pro DTs since the 1990 NFL Draft Class were 6-4 or Taller  
Yes Pro Bowl Height: 6-1 or Taller 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl Edge Rushers since the 1990 NFL Draft Class were 6-1 or Taller  
Unknown All-Pro and Pro Bowl Arm Length: 32’’ or Longer 100% of multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl DTs since the 1999 NFL Draft class had 32’’ or longer Arm Length  
Unknown All-Pro and Pro Bowl Hand Size: 8 7/8’’ or Bigger 100% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl DTs since the 1999 NFL Draft class had 8 7/8’’ or Bigger  
No All-Pro Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 66.96 or higher 86% of Multiple All-Pro DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had an explosive lower body strength score of 66.96  
Yes Pro Bowl Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 51 or higher 90% of multiple Pro Bowl DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had an explosive lower body strength score of 51 or higher.  
Yes Starter Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 4.64 100% of 64 start or more DTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had an explosive lower body strength score of 4.64 or higher.  
No All-Pro Speed Score: 71.41 or higher 100% of All-Pro DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had a speed score of 71.41 or higher  
Yes Pro Bowl Speed Score: 42.03 or higher 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had a speed score of 42.03 or higher  
Yes Starter Speed Score: 11.41 or higher 100% of 64 start or more DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had a speed score of 11.41 or higher  
Yes All-Pro Flexibility Score: 40.83 or higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had a flexibility score of 40.83 or higher  
Yes Pro Bowl Flexibility Score: 25.74 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had a flexibility score of 25.74 or higher  
Yes Starter Flexibility Score: 11.13 or higher 100% of 64 start or more DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had a flexibility score of 11.13 or higher  
No All-Pro and Pro Bowl Athleticism Score: 80.46 or higher 100% of multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had at least one athleticism score (explosive lower body strength, speed, flexibility) of 80.46 or higher  
Yes All-Pro and Pro Bowl Bench: 21 reps or more 100% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had at least 21 reps on the bench press  
Yes Starter Bench: 16 reps or more 100% of 64 start or more DTs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had at least 16 reps or more on the bench press  

 

*MSA Rating: The average score of a prospect’s market share production, strength of schedule and age percentile scores

*Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s vertical, broad jump and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

*Speed Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s 40-yard dash and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

*Flexibility Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s short shuttle, 3-Cone and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

 

Metric Analysis: Patrick Ricard has a decent starter profile. Production from the FCS level is not as easy to project as FBS level. However, he did put up decent market share at Maine. Thus, I’d project as a backup to long-term starter only. He has some solid athleticism traits, but nothing jumps out as elite.

2017 NFL Draft Analytics Profile: D.J. Killings (Look elsewhere)

2017 NFL Draft Profiles  

D.J. Killings

Cornerback

Team Central Florida
Age (On Draft Day) Unknown
Height 5-10
Weight 187
Arm Length Unknown
Hand Size Unknown
Age Percentile Unknown
MSA Percentile 20.41 based on average age
Solo Tackle MS Score 33.37
PD MS Score 47.39
Explosive Lower Body Strength Score 70.85
Speed Score 58.80
Flexibility Score 58.60
Bench 22

 

Prospect CHECKLIST

Unknown All-Pro Age Percentile: 91 or higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro CBs Since the 1998 NFL Draft Class were in the 91 Percentile or higher of age ranked from youngest to oldest  
Unknown Pro Bowl Age Percentile: 78 or higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro CBs Since the 1998 NFL Draft Class were in the 78 Percentile or higher of age ranked from youngest to oldest  
No All-Pro MSA Percentile: 78 or higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro CBs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class were in the 78 Percentile or higher of MSA  
No Long-term Starter MSA Percentile: 50 or higher 91% of 64 Start or More Starters Since the 1989 NFL Draft Class were in the 50 or > in MSA  
No All-Pro Solo Tackle Market Share Score: 61.10 or Higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro CBs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class had a solo tackle market share score of 61.10 or higher  
No Pro Bowl Solo Tackle Market Share Score: 34.87 or Higher 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl CBs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class had a solo tackle market share score of 34.87 or higher  
No All-Pro and Pro Bowl PD Market Share Score: 77.18 or Higher 87% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl CBs since the 1989 NFL Draft Class had a PD score of 77.18 or higher  
No All-Pro Height: 5-11 or taller 100% of Multiple All-Pro CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class were at least 5-11 or taller  
Yes Pro Bowl Height: 5-9 or taller 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class were at least 5-9 or taller  
Unknown All-Pro Arm Length: 32’’ or longer 100% of Multiple All-Pro CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had 32’’ or longer Arm Length  
Unknown Pro Bowl Arm Length: 30’’ or longer 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had 30’’ or longer Arm Length  
Unknown All-Pro and Pro Bowl Hand Size: 8 7/8-Inches 100% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had at least 8 7/8-Inch Hand Size  
No All-Pro Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 76.02 or higher 83% of multiple All-Pro CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had an explosive lower body strength score of 76.02 or higher  
Yes Pro Bowl Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 38.5 or higher 85% of multiple Pro Bowl CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had an explosive lower body strength score of 38.5 or higher  
Yes Starter Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 15.02 or higher 100% of 64 start or more CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had an explosive lower body strength score of 15.02 or higher  
No All-Pro Speed Score: 88.25 or higher 100% of multiple All-Pro CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had a speed score of 88.25 or higher  
No Pro Bowl Speed Score: 61.99 or higher 75% of multiple Pro Bowl CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had a speed score of 61.99 or higher  
Yes Starter Speed Score: 3.08 or higher 100% of 64 start or more CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had a speed score of 3.08 or higher  
No All-Pro Flexibility Score: 76.41 or higher 100% of multiple All-Pro CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had a flexibility score of 76.41 or higher  
No Pro Bowl Flexibility Score: 61.19 or higher 85% of multiple Pro Bowl CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had a flexibility score of 61.19 or higher  
Yes Starter Flexibility Score: 27.36 or higher 100% of 64 start or more CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had a flexibility score of 27.36 or higher  
Yes Starter Bench Reps: 4 reps or more 100% of 64 start or more CBs since the 1998 NFL Draft class had at least 4 reps on the bench press  

 

*MSA Rating: The average score of a prospect’s market share production, strength of schedule and age percentile scores

*Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s vertical, broad jump and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

*Speed Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s 40-yard dash and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

*Flexibility Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s short shuttle, 3-Cone and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

 

Metric Analysis: NFL teams care more about raw numbers than what those numbers actually say about athleticism for size. D.J. Killings had a decent workout as a 187 pounder. But it would have been elite if he was 200-210 pounds. And even if he had the exact same pro day workout at 200 pounds. His production isn’t even starter level for his level of competition. I’d pass and focus on other corners with better athleticism for size and production.

2017 NFL Draft Analytics Profile: Roderick Johnson

2017 NFL Draft Profiles  

Roderick Johnson

Offensive Line

Team Florida State
Age (On Draft Day) 21.42
Height 6-7
Weight 298
Arm Length 36
Hand Size 10.75
Explosive Lower Body Strength Score 31.71
Speed Score 89.71
Flexibility Score 30.47
Bench Unknown

 

Prospect CHECKLIST

Yes All-Pro Age Threshold 23.5 100% of Multiple All-Pro OTs were at most 23.5 on draft day since the 1996 NFL Draft Class  
Yes All-Pro OT Height: 6-6 or Taller 80% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class were 6-6 or Taller  
Yes Long-term starter OT Height: 6-4 or Taller 100% of 64 Start or more OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class were 6-4 or Taller  
Yes All-Pro OT Arm Length: 32 7/8-Inches 100% of Multiple All-Pro OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had 32 7/8-Inch Arm Length  
Yes  Long-term starter Arm Length: 31.5-Inches 100% of 64 Start or more OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had 31.5 Inch Arm Length or longer  
No All-Pro Explosive Lower Body Strength: 58.46 or Higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had an explosive lower body strength score of 58.46 or higher  
No Pro Bowl Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 35.75 or Higher 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had an explosive lower body strength score of 35.75 or higher  
Yes Starter Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 3.24 or Higher 100% of 64 start or higher OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had at least an explosive lower body strength score of 3.24 or higher  
Yes All-Pro Speed Score: 85.87 or Higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had a speed score of 85.87 or higher  
Yes Pro Bowl Speed Score: 47.54 or Higher 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had a speed score of 47.54 or higher  
Yes Starter Speed Score: 10.31 or Higher 100% of 64 start or higher OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had at least a speed score of 10.31 or higher  
No All-Pro Flexibility Score: 51.11 or Higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had a flexibility score of 51.11 or higher  
No Pro Bowl Flexibility Score: 45.30 or Higher 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had a flexibility score of 45.30 or higher  
Yes Starter Flexibility Score: 7.55 or Higher 100% of 64 start or higher OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had at least a speed score of 7.55 or higher  
Yes All-Pro/Pro Bowl Athleticism Score: 78.42 or Higher 100% of multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had at least one athleticism score (explosive lower body, speed, flexibility) of 78.42 or higher  
Unknown All-Pro and Pro Bowl Bench: 21 or more 100% of multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl OTs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had at least 21 reps or more on the bench press  

*Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s vertical, broad jump and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

*Speed Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s 40-yard dash and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

*Flexibility Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s short shuttle, 3-Cone and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

 

Metric Analysis: Roderick Johnson has an uneven data profile. He has near elite speed and great measurables. However, his below average explosiveness and flexibility are not a great combination for success. He’s a better fit inside as an athlete, but at 6-7, his height cancels that out. Thus, I’d project Johnson as a backup to potential long-term starter only with a high chance to disappoint with his profile.

 

Scheme Fit: Power

 

Projection: Reserve to Potential Starter

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2017 NFL Draft Final Big Board

Name Pos
Myles Garrett Edge
Christian McCaffrey RB
Soloman Thomas Edge
DeShaun Watson QB
Jordan Willis Edge
Chris Godwin WR
Kevin King CB
JP Flynn OT
Marcus Williams DS
Forrest Lamp OG
Curtis Samuel WR
David Njoku TE
John Ross WR
Max Rich OT
Xavier Woods DS
Dan Feeney OG
D’Onta Foreman RB
Zay Jones WR
Malik McDowell DT
Evan Engram TE
Jamal Adams DS
T.J. Watt Edge
Patrick Mahomes QB
Nico Siragusa OG
Leonard Fournette RB
Haason Reddick (Edge) Edge
O.J. Howard TE
Chidobe Awuzie DS
Ben Braden OG
Tyus Bowzer Edge
Mitch Trubisky QB
Dalvin Cook RB
Corey Levin OG
Joe Mixon RB
Jermaine Eluemunor OG
Cam Keizur OG
Joshua Boutte OG
Dion Dawkins (OG) OG
Taylor Moton (OG) OG
Danny Isidora OG
Larson Graham OG
Tyler Catalina OG
Raekwon McMillan LB
Quincy Wilson CB
Blair Brown LB
Marshon Lattimore CB
JuJu Smith-Schuster WR
Ethan Pocic OC
Desmond King CB
Eric Wilson LB
Robert Davis WR
Jonathan Allen DT
Storm Norton OT
Taywan Taylor WR
Chidobe Awuzie (CB) CB
Calvin Munson LB
Fred Ross WR
Larry Ogunjobi DT
Jylan Ware OT
Chuck Clark DS
Adoree Jackson CB
Bucky Hodges TE
Derek Barnett Edge
Ishmael Zamora WR
Ben Gedeon LB
Ahkello Witherspoon CB
Keevan Lucas WR
Montravius Adams DT
Josh Jones DS
Trey Hendrickson Edge
DeShone Kizer QB
Jay Guillermo OC
Adam Shaheen TE
Austin Carr WR
Marlon Humphrey CB
Duke Riley LB
Takkarist McKinley Edge
Cam Robinson OT
Jabrill Peppers DS
Aaron Jones RB
Corey Davis WR
Charles Walker DT
Jack Tocho CB
Carl Lawson Edge
Ryan Switzer WR
Jonnu Smith TE
Anthony Walker LB
Andrew Wylie OT
Budda Baker DS
Jeremy McNichols RB
Isaiah Ford WR
Tueni Lupeamanu DT
Hunter Dimick Edge
Tre’Davious White CB
K.D. Cannon WR
Jake Butt TE
Zach Cunningham LB
Nick Callender OT
Obi Melifonwu DS
Daeshon Hall Edge
Parker Collins OC
Shaquill Griffin CB
James Conner RB
Tanner Gentry WR
D.J. Jones DT
Garett Bolles OT
Shalom Luani DS
Chad Hansen WR
Gareon Conley CB
Tau Lotulelei LB
Samaje Perine RB
Ardarius Stewart WR
Jaleel Johnson DT
Cole Gardner OT
Chad Williams WR
Dylan Cole LB
Brian Hill RB
Krishawn Hogan WR
Tanzel Smart DT
Adam Pankey OT
Dede Westbrook WR
Kareem Hunt RB
Mike Williams WR
Vincent Taylor DT
Marlon Mack RB
Isaac Asiata OG
Thomas Evans OG
Bret Treadway OG
Ethan Cooper OG
Jason King OG
Jessamen Dunker OG
Kent Perkins OG
Lincoln Howard OG
Sean Harlow OG
Andrew Eide OG
Dorian Johnson OG
Erik Austell OG
Jordan Roos OG
Sefo Liufau QB
Brad Kaaya QB
Samson Ebukam Edge
Darrell Daniels TE
Derek Rivers Edge
Davis Webb QB
Nathan Gerry DS
Tarell Basham Edge
Gerald Everett TE
Justin Evans DS
Tim Williams Edge
Brian Gaia OC
Jordan Leggett TE
Vince Biegel Edge
Dieugot Joseph OT
Marcus Maye DS
Jarrad Davis LB
Josh Malone WR
Deatrich Wise Jr. Edge
Julie’n Davenport OT
Montae Nicholson DS
Keith Towbridge TE
Malachi Dupre WR
Eddie Vanderdoes DT
Dawuane Smoot Edge
Brooks Ellis LB
Jerome Lane WR
Will Holden OT
Anthony Fish Smithson DS
Demarcus Walker Edge
Stacy Coley WR
Kyle Fuller OC
Elijah Qualls DT
Harvey Langi LB
Darius English Edge
Travin Dural WR
Sam Tevi OT
Rayshawn Jenkins DS
Amba Etta-Tawo WR
Carlos Watkins DT
Ejuan Price Edge
Marquel Lee LB
John Johnson DS
Carlos Henderson WR
Keion Adams Edge
Jalen Robinete WR
Chris Wormley DT
Richie Brown LB
Charles Harris Edge
Josh Reynolds WR
Brandon Kublanow OC
Ifeadi Odenigbo Edge
Kenny Golladay WR
Davon Gaudchaux DT
Alex Anzalone LB
Noel Thomas WR
Lewis Neal Edge
Victor Bolden WR
Josh Augusta DT
Cody Heiman LB
Pat O’Connor Edge
Zach Pascal WR
Carroll Phillips Edge
Nazair Jones DT
Jordan Evans LB
Pat Elflein OC
Eli Ankou DT
Grover Stewart DT
Chase Roullier OC
Woody Baron DT
Caleb Brantley DT
Josh Tupou DT
Lucas Crowley OC
Roderick Henderson DT
Tyler Orlovsky OC
Aarion Penton CB
Fabian Moreau CB
Greg Ward Jr. QB
Rasul Douglas CB
Howard Wilson CB
Nathan Peterman QB
Jalen Myrick CB
Jourdan Lewis CB
Nick Mullens QB
Alvin Kamara RB
Pharaoh Brown TE
Sidney Jones CB
Corey Clement RB
Jeremy Sprinkle TE
Brad Watson CB
Wes Lunt QB
Aviante Collins OT
Ryan Lewis CB
Jamaal Williams RB
Michael Roberts TE
Roderick Johnson OT
Tedric Thompson DS
CJ Beathard QB
Teez Tabor CB
Justin Davis RB
Andreas Knappe OT
DeVon Edwards DS
Scott Orndoff TE
Breon Borders CB
Gunner Kiel QB
Antonio Garcia OT
Mike Tyson DS
Matt Breida RB
Brian Allen CB
Antony Auclair TE
Torry McTyer CB
Conor McDermott OT
Orion Stewart DS
Stanley Boom Williams RB
Quincy Adeboyejo WR
Jerod Evans QB
Blake Jarwin TE
Arthur Maulet CB
Ricky Seals-Jones WR
Isaac Rochell Edge
David Sharpe OT
Zach Edwards DS
Elijah Hood RB
Rodney Adams WR
Kenneth Olugbode LB
Brandon Wilson CB
Isaiah Irving Edge
Phillip Nelson QB
Travis Rudolph WR
Cole Hikutini TE
Gavin Andrews OT
Delano Hill DS
Jimmie Gilbert Edge
Cameron Sutton CB
Jayon Brown LB
Wayne Gallman RB
Amara Darboh WR
Levon Myers OT
Jadar Johnson DS
Pita Taumopenu Edge
Bug Howard WR
Tyquwan Glass CB
Eric Saubert TE
Zach Terrell QB
Keith Kelsey LB
Devine Redding RB
Deangelo Yancey WR
Taco Charlton Edge
Adam Bisnowaty OT
Jordan Sterns DS
Cordrea Tankersley CB
Isaiah McKenzie WR
Taylor McNamara TE
Avery Moss Edge
Kennan Gilchrist LB
Treston Decoud CB
Jahad Thomas RB
Kendrick Bourne WR
Andrew Lauderdale OT
Kai Nacua DS
Chad Kelly QB
Jonathan Calvin Edge
Noah Brown WR
George Kittle TE
Rodney Butler LB
Jake Simonich OT
Leroy Clark DS
Taquan Mizzell RB
Shelton Gibson WR
Mikey Bart Edge
Joshua Dobbs QB
Noble Nwachukwu Edge
Zach Banner OT
Andrew King LB
Colin Jeter TE
TJ Logan RB
Terrence Waugh Edge
Darrell Brown OT
Connor Harris LB
Billy Brown TE
Al-Quadin Muhammad Edge
Jarron Jones DT
Alex Kozan OG
Mason Zandi OT
Cameron Malveaux Edge
Elijah Lee LB
Hayden Plinke TE
Avery Gennesy OG
Jordan Carrell DT
Devonte Fields Edge
Lucas Wacha LB
Fadol Brown Edge
Greg Pyke OG
Corey Thomas DT
Jamal Lyles TE
Gary Thompson Edge
Jalen Reeves-Maybin LB
Jordan Morgan OG
Chunky Clements DT
J’Terius Jones Edge
Andy Avgi TE
Xavier Dampeer OC
Tanoh Kpassagnon Edge
Kofi Amichia OG
Dalvin Tomlinson DT
Mason Schreck TE
Kyle Kalis OG
DeAngelo Brown DT
Marcus Piechowski OG
Glen Antoine DT
Nate Theaker OG
Matthew Godin DT
Cameron Lee OG
Ryan Glasgow DT
Jake Eldrenkamp OG
Joey Ivie DT
Kato Fawkes OG
Jordan Wade DT
Steve Tu’ikolovtu DT
Adrian Colbert CB
Ashton Lampkin CB
Artavis Scott WR
Ahmad Thomas DS
Jamari Staples WR
Brendan Langley CB
Jehu Chesson WR
Devin Chappell DS
Brady Gustafson QB
Cole Luke CB
Chris Carson RB
Karel Hamilton WR
Jason Thompson DS
Marcus Kemp WR
Jamal Agnew CB
Cooper Rush QB
Dare Ogunbowale RB
Michael Rector WR
Corn Elder CB
Dan Skipper OT
Malik Hooker DS
Speedy Noil WR
Damontae Kazee CB
Donnel Pumphrey RB
Tony Stevens WR
Daniel Brunskill OT
Quincy Mauger DS
Dane Evans QB
Cooper Kupp WR
Nate Hairston CB
Drake Miller OT
Blake McClain DS
Joe Williams RB
Damore’ea Stringfellow WR
Tyree Simmons CB
Gehrig Dieter WR
Ben Boulware LB
Mitch Leidner QB
Erik Magnuson OT
Jamal Carter DS
Khalfani Muhammad RB
Jhajuan Seales WR
James Gales CB
Tashawn Bower Edge
James Onwualu LB
Justin Hunt WR
Justin Senior OT
Johnathan Ford DS
Marquez White CB
Seth Russell QB
Matt Dayes RB
Kermit Whitfield WR
Jerimiah Ledbetter Edge
Sean Culkin TE
Kendell Beckwith LB
Sojourn Shelton CB
Lance Lenoir WR
Robert Leff OT
Malik Golden DS
John Stepec Edge
De’Veon Smith RB
Robert Wheelwright WR
Trevor Knight QB
Joe Scelfo OC
Xavier Coleman CB
Sam McCaskill Edge
Victor Salako OT
Casey DeAndrade DS
Hardy Nickerson LB
Zach Conque TE
Deon-Tay McManus WR
Channing Stribling CB
Chris Odom Edge
Elijah McGuire RB
Drew Morgan WR
Clint Van Horn OT
Damarius Travis DS
Matt Milano LB
P.J. Walker QB
James Quick WR
Billy Freeman TE
Evan Panfil Edge
Ezra Robinson CB
I’Tavius Mathers RB
Jesus Wilson WR
Jonah Pirsig OT
Josh Harvey-Clemons DS
Garrett Sickels Edge
Paul Magloire Jr. LB
Jordan Smith CB
Kenny Walker WR
Cethan Carter TE
Ryan Higgins QB
Jon Toth OC
Josh Carraway Edge
Ryan Ramczyk OT
Randall Goforth DS
Teriyon Gipson RB
Mack Hollins WR
Joshua Holsey CB
Riley Bullough LB
Thomas Sperbeck WR
Keionta Davis Edge
Jacob Hollister TE
Nias Martin CB
Chad Wheeler OT
Weston Steelhammer DS
De’Angelo Henderdson RB
Trent Taylor WR
Tommy Armstrong QB
Bryan Cox Jr. Edge
Dakota Cox LB
Anton Wahrby OG
Reginald Porter CB
Darreus Rogers WR
Javarius Leamon OT
Daniel Henry DS
Brandon Barnes TE
Dylan Donahue Edge
Joseph Yearby RB
Devin Borders WR
Kevin Davis LB
William Likely CB
Connor Bozick OG
Alex Torgersen QB
Anthony McMeans OC
Ken Ekanem Edge
Jerry Ugokwe OT
Dymonte Thomas DS
Gabe Marks WR
Evan Baylis TE
Des Lawrence CB
Marcus Cox RB
Keon Hatcher WR
B.J. Singleton DT
Ryan Anderson Edge
Fletcher Collins LB
Damien Mama OG
Collin Buchanan OT
Dorian Williams DS
Reginald Davis WR
J.D. Harmon CB
Antonio Pipkin QB
Jamal Marcus Edge
Keith Rucker TE
Rushel Shell RB
Trey Griffey WR
Kevin Maurice DT
Tanner Vallejo LB
J.J. Dielman OG
Jonathan McLaughlin OT
Eddie Jackson DS
Jeremy Clark CB
Se’Von Pittman Edge
Drew Wolitarsky WR
Dakota Prukop QB
Tarik Cohen RB
Austin Duke WR
Emanuel Byrd TE
Leo Koloamatangi OT
Zach Johnson OG
Tobijah Hughley OC
Treyvon Hester DT
Reuben Foster LB
Jordan Vaden CB
Lorenzo Jerome DS
Joe Mathis Edge