1. Myles Garret, Texas A&M
Garrett is the best player in the draft, no real explanation necessary.
2. Solomon Thomas, Stanford
Solomon is built like a tweener, but he has the size and speed and strength to be a disruptive force.
3. Derek Barnett, Tennessee
Barnett is a productive player, he has great moves and game knowledge, while lacking ideal speed.
4. Taco Charlton, Michigan
Charlton didn’t really make an impact until his senior season, and lacks some technique and pass rushing moves, but will get better coaching at the next level and has the ability to be a star.
5. Charles Harris, Missouri
Harris is a guy that just gets after the quarterback, you can play him at DE or 3-4 OLB.