Fast Forward: A Look Into The 2011 NFL Draft

April 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's very early to look at the 2011 NFL draft class, as injuries, scheme changes and outside influences can affect the development of talented prospects.
Based on the early looks, next year figures to be another deep draft class.
The defensive line position will be very deep again with an abundance of playmakers. The quarterback class is much improved with as many as three going in the top half of the draft.
Here is a look at the top offensive skill position players.


1.) Jake Locker, QB, Washington
Most have never seen him play a game because of his team's poor exposure in the pacific northwest. However Jake has a very unusual physical skill set, a tremendous arm with superb mechanics and outstanding speed to create plays with his feet.
Had he declared for the 2010 NFL draft as a junior, he stood a very good chance of being selected first overall.
Like Sam Bradford, he runs the risk of injury in returning for his...

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