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Here’s a look at the UCLA players who might be selected this week in the NFL draft in Arlington, Texas:

Josh Rosen
Position: Quarterback

Year: Junior

Size: 6-4, 226 pounds

Possible round: 1st

What they’re saying: “He’s the best pure thrower, best pure passer, I’ve seen in several years. …  The problem I have with him is there is a durability issue.” — NFL Network’s Mike Mayock

Kolton Miller
Position: Offensive tackle

Year: Redshirt junior

Size: 6-9, 309 pounds

Possible round: 1st to 2nd

What they’re saying: “Miller has a game reminiscent of Nate Solder and can be a high-end pass protector once he adds some strength.” — CBS Sports’ Chris Trapasso

Jordan Lasley
Position: Wide receiver

Year: Redshirt junior

Size: 6-1, 203 pounds

Possible round: 3rd to 5th

What they’re saying: “Lasley has good size, great athleticism and is tremendously explosive. He also has one of the worst drop rates that you will find for a receiver over the last two years.” — NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein

Scott Quessenberry
Position: Center

Year: Redshirt senior

Size: 6-4, 310 pounds

Possible round: 4th to 6th

What they’re saying: “Quessenberry is average with his movements and isn’t all that powerful as a drive blocker, but he does generate some pop at the point of attack.” — NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein

Kenny Young
Position: Linebacker

Year: Senior

Size: 6-1, 236 pounds

Possible round: 6th to 7th

What they’re saying: “Young is a lean, run-around WILL linebacker who has the speed to pursue plays all over the field, but may lack the consistency and play demeanor needed to find many NFL reps.” — NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein

Matt Dickerson
Position: Defensive lineman

Year: Senior

Size: 6-4, 292 pounds

Possible round: 6th to 7th

What they’re saying: “Intriguing pop into offensive linemen’s pads and a good motor. Not an acceleration or pass-rushing move player and needs more strength to be more effective against the run.” — CBS Sports

Jaleel Wadood
Position: Defensive back

Year: Senior

Size: 5-9, 180 pounds

Possible round: 7th or free agent

What they’re saying: “Wadood needs to add more size to his frame for tackling in the NFL.” — Walter Football’s Charlie Campbell

Austin Roberts
Position: Tight end

Year: Redshirt junior

Size: 6-2, 230 pounds

Possible round: 7th or free agent

What they’re saying: “Roberts has developed technique and route-running skills.” — Walter Football’s Charlie Campbell

Darren Andrews
Position: Wide receiver

Year: Redshirt senior

Size: 5-10, 195 pounds

Possible round: Free agent

What they’re saying: “His ACL injury will likely snuff out any hopes he had of getting drafted, but he may have enough ability to compete for a practice squad spot once he’s fully healthy.” — NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein

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Position: Defensive line
Year: Senior

Size: 6-2, 285 pounds

Possible round: Free agent

What they’re saying: “Tuioti-Mariner was a solid college defensive lineman but lacks the size, speed and leverage to make an impact at the next level.” — DraftAnalyst.com

Kenny Lacy
Position: Offensive lineman

Year: Redshirt senior

Size: 6-4, 310 pounds

Possible round: Free agent

What they’re saying: “If you look at the last year that he did perform (in 2016 before missing 2017 to hip injury), he did run a true NFL, West Coast style offense. … When he walks into the room, he’s a guy who’s going to be well-versed and the playbook won’t be too much for him.” — Pac-12 Network’s Yogi Roth

Eldridge Massington
Position: Wide receiver

Year: Redshirt senior

Size: 6-2, 210 pounds

Possible round: Free agent

What they’re saying: “(Coming out of high school) you knew he was big, you knew he could run, but the reality is when you look at UCLA’s offense, it was three different ones in three years and I think that impacted his play.” — Pac-12 Network’s Yogi Roth

Alex Van Dyke
Position: Wide receiver

Year: Senior

Size: 6-4, 215 pounds

Possible round: Free agent

What they’re saying: “His challenge was just, throughout his career, staying healthy and staying consistent catching the ball. Another guy looks exactly how they’re supposed to coming off the bus.” — Pac-12 Network’s Yogi Roth

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Here’s a look at the USC players who may be selected this week in the NFL draft in Arlington, Texas:

SAM DARNOLD

Position: Quarterback

Year: Redshirt sophomore

Size: 6-3, 221 pounds

Possible round: 1st

What they’re saying: “There’s a lot to fall in love with because of what he brings to the table: 6-foot-3, can make plays out of the pocket, can make plays from the pocket.” — ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit

RONALD JONES

Position: Running back

Year: Junior

Size: 5-11, 205 pounds

Possible round: 2nd

What they’re saying: “I know what he can do with the ball in his hands. When you hand it to him, he’s fine. My concern is just third down, change of pace, throwing the ball, pass protection – how elite will he be at that level?” — NFL Network’s Mike Mayock

RASHEEM GREEN

Position: Defensive end

Year: Junior

Size: 6-5, 275 pounds

Possible round: 2nd to 3rd

What they’re saying: “He has obvious upside that is waiting to be unlocked and unleashed, but he must get stronger and play with better technique and toughness.” — NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein

UCHENNA NWOSU

Position: Outside linebacker

Year: Senior

Size: 6-2, 251 pounds

Possible round: 2nd to 4th

What they’re saying: “A versatile defender who can line up at any linebacker spot and get the job done, Nwosu is an every-down prospect who will be scheme-versatile at the next level” — Draft Wire’s Luke Easterling

DEONTAY BURNETT

Position: Wide receiver

Year: Junior

Size: 6-0, 186 pounds

Possible round: 4th to 5th

What they’re saying: “Standard issue slot receiver with a thin frame but above-average toughness when it’s time to make a catch and move the chains.” — NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein

STEVEN MITCHELL

Position: Wide receiver

Year: Redshirt senior

Size: 5-10, 189 pounds

Possible round: 7th

What they’re saying: “Mitchell has NFL-caliber athleticism and separation ability and he looked quite capable in his 2017 tape. Injuries and a lack of career production will play against him.” — NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein

NICO FALAH

Position: Center

Year: Redshirt senior

Size: 6-4, 301 pounds

Possible round: 6th to free agent

What they’re saying: “Falah was a consistent player the past two seasons and comes with NFL size and toughness. If he stays healthy and improves his playing strength, he could develop into a late-round starter.” — DraftAnalyst.com’s Tony Pauline

JOSH FATU

Position: Defensive tackle

Year: Senior

Size: 6-2, 310 pounds

Possible round: 7th to free agent

What they’re saying: “Unlikely to be selected in the draft, he will be a free-agent prospect who can make a roster as a backup tackle in a four-man line.” — DraftAnalyst.com’s Tony Pauline

CHRIS HAWKINS

Position: Safety

Year: Redshirt senior

Size: 5-11, 190 pounds

Possible round: 7th to free agent

What they’re saying: “He can quickly diagnose what’s happening on the field, but a lack of true top-end traits.” — Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller

VIANE TALAMAIVAO

Position: Guard

Year: Senior

Size: 6-2, 315 pounds

Possible round: 7th to free agent

What they’re saying: “Talamaivao is a tough blocker who has developed his body, but he lacks height and length for the NFL.” — Walter Football’s Charlie Campbell

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Re: NFL 2018 Draft: Which UCLA and USC players might get picked…
« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2018, 10:18:39 PM »
USC's QB, Sam Darnold, 3rd overall pick in today's first round.

 

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