“With the 90th variety, the Dallas Cowboys pick out…Anthony Johnson, Vast Receiver, Buffalo”
At least according to this mock draft from NFL.com.
When mock drafts are rarely pretty precise, they do give a solid sign of how the media, and also the NFL teams, look at prospective buyers. Most give up following 2 or 3 rounds, but there is a great deal of details to glean. In regards to Johnson, Dallas might be the best landing location. They now have lots of weapons and a youthful quarterback.
The NFL’s web site also rates the 10 invitations to the merge out of the Mid-American Convention, which includes Johnson. Johnson was graded a 5.69, possible NFL starter. The web site will do a substantially more in depth analysis following the merge numbers arrive again, but the initial analysis is superior information for Johnson, as very well as several other now former MAC stars that received even a greater quality.
Diontae Johnson, the former Toledo Rockets receiver, received a quality of 5.79 though Max Scharping, the offensive linemen from Northern Illinois came in rated a 5.80. Tyree Jackson, Anthony Johnson’s former QB was rated a 5.39 with a backup/particular teams quality. I never think NFL.com expects him to be on particular teams, that is just the term they use on fellas they quality to go later on in the draft. Sutton Smith and Cody Thompson also received these a quality. The latter two might have the most to gain from the merge, as Smith is at the moment judged far too tiny and Thompson’s numbers were being down following an personal injury. You and I know Thompson’s numbers were being down because he misplaced his QB and the Rockets were being loaded, and we also know Smith has lots of heart, but that does not normally translate to NFL honchos.
All round, this really should be a superior draft for the MAC, as 50 % a dozen or so players really should be drafted, with a number of others on the fence.