Why Myles Garrett Is a Better NFL Draft Prospect Than Jadeveon Clowney

July 20, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One, two, Myles Garrett is coming for you. Three, four, quarterbacks and offensive linemen better shut the blindside door.
The defensive end is a nightmare for any opponent. He forces linemen to hold on for dear life, while quarterbacks are constantly aware of Garrett's presence.
As such, the Texas A&M defender is the best NFL draft prospect entering the 2016 campaign, and it's unlikely his status will change between now and April.
Garrett's overall talent supersedes his draft class, too. Inevitably, he'll invoke comparisons to the last defender selected No. 1 overall, the Houston Texans' Jadeveon Clowney. In reality, the Texas A&M product is a better overall prospect than Clowney at the same point in their respective careers.
The 20-year-old defensive end has been just as productive through his first two seasons, is as athletic as Clowney and is also a safer bet in regard to system flexibility and overall approach.
Two years ago, the draft community co...

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