Joe Alt is not as technically sound of an OT as Olu but has tremendous potential with his athleticism as his size. He's strictly an OT and can be one of the best in the league, though. Getting the tackle of the future for banana man's development will pay significant dues.
Dallas Turner looks like the next elite edge out of the University of Alabama. The Florida native has shown pure dominance in the pass rush and is the safest defensive player in the draft. After losing Young and Sweat, Washington needs someone to fill the void; Turner should do that at a high level with a chance to surpass them in play.
The Falcons current QB situation is heavily holding them back. They have an excellent OLine with an elite run game, stellar defense, and highly drafted receivers. Jayden Daniels is a guy who's proven he can run an offense at a high level. He's 6'4 with all the athleticism in the world. If coached properly, Daniels will be Atlanta's QB of the future and will win them the division.
Kool-Aid McKinstry has been a top prospect year in and year out. Consistency is his middle name, and he rarely makes mistakes. He's the best blue chip corner prospect since the other Alabama alumni, Pat Surtain. Kool-Aid is sure to play well and will bolster the Packers secondary that just lost Rasul Douglas and may lose Savage this offseason.
Everyone knows him; he's the best TE prospect maybe ever. He does it all. He finds the soft spot in coverage, has super reliable hands, can highpoint the ball, has good athleticism, and is the best blocker in the class. Brock is the most guaranteed hit in the draft as the Bucs get their next Rob Gronkowski.