1. Harold Landry EDGE, Boston College
For some reason, the NFL isn’t sold on Harold Landry the way fans and metrics guys are. Based on his athleticism and production, he has a really high ceiling and could be the draft’s best pass rusher.
On the other hand, because of an injury in his final year, teams are apparently shying away from him in the first round. Stories like this end up in playoff teams like the Titans landing T.J. Watt, Takk McKinley, Shane Ray, Dee Ford, etc.
EDGE and LB are both big needs, but I would much rather go into a season knowing that Jayon Brown and Wesley Woodyard were going to play 900+ snaps instead of knowing that Kevin Dodd was going to have to play 500+ snaps based off of what happened last year.