We can do all the ranking and talking we want before the draft but year in and year out what really matters is the landing spot. Some landing spots may surprise us, but with no rookie camps we are forced to guess. So, without further ado here’s a list of my favorites.
Not much more can be written about the young QB out of LSU. All the stars have aligned for the Bengals here, not only do they get a QB coming off the best season in SEC quarterback history, but he is also a hometown kid growing up less than 3 hours away. He’s a calm accurate QB with excellent mechanics and footwork. Burrow is definitely a polished passer and if he has to have a knock the consensus is that he doesn’t have elite arm strength, but at this point the “experts” are just looking for a knock on an otherwise tremendous athlete who can make every throw from any angle.