2016 NFL Draft: Best-Case, Worst-Case Scenarios for Every Top Prospect

April 8, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL draft process is almost entirely about projections. While we can have a baseline about what players can be early in their NFL careers, prospects are drafted primarily about what they could become with NFL coaching, training and experience.
Prospects have varying "floors," their relatively safe roles in the NFL in some fashion, and "ceilings," their potential best-case scenarios.
These eight prospects appear to be the top 10 in the class, excluding quarterbacks. Each player’s best and worst-case scenario can vary based on eventual team fit, unsure development needs in the NFL and how his current style fits into the league, for better or worse.
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