Defensive Line

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1. Derrick Brown
College: Auburn
Height: 6’5″, Weight: 326
A dominant defensive tackle with incredible power. Derrick Brown has a strong motor and does an excellent job separating from blockers. He has a nice set of moves for an interior linemen and is a force in run defense. He can get off-balanced and will need to clean up his technique to take the next step in his game.


2. Javon Kinlaw
College: South Carolina
Height: 6’5″, Weight: 324
Javon Kinlaw can take games over. His Georgia game was an incredible performance where he was blowing up run plays and forcing early throws all game. His motor and physical presence can allow him to have repeat performances. If he can improve his rushing technique, he’ll become a premier linemen in the NFL.


3. Ross Blacklock
College: TCU
Height: 6’3″, Weight: 290
Ross Blacklock had an incredible bounce-back year from his Achilles tear. Blacklock routinely faces double teams but does an excellent job of splitting them. Incredible instincts and athleticism allow him to be a headache for opposing linemen. Late in games, Blacklock repeatedly made crucial pressures when needed most.


4. Justin Madubuike
College: Texas A&M
Height: 6’3″, Weight: 293
An athletic lineman who will need to clean up his technique as a rusher to become a consistent starter. Madubike shines in his pass rush and displays quick swims along with a strong bull-rush to pressure the quarterback. He’s a versatile lineman who can fit in most schemes.


5. Raekwon Davis
College: Alabama
Height: 6’6″, Weight: 311

If a team believes they can channel his 2017 form, Davis is worth the gamble. He has the tools to be a dominant lineman with incredible size and length. His power can overwhelm guys, which while impressive can be a weakness. Because of his physical stature, he hasn’t developed his game further — which many believe to be the reason for his stagnation.