Our pick by pick draft capsules will give you the vital combine numbers along with a short synopsis of each draft pick's strengths and short comings. We will post each player's capsule shortly after they are picked!
1) QB Josh Allen, Wyoming 6-4 7/8, 237, 4.75 - He has tremendous size and arm strength that will bode well in the winds of Western New York. He has accuracy issues. Can move well in the pocket and can tuck in a run. His size gives him stability which makes it hard to sack him. Boom or bust type of prospect. Throws the deep route well. Reads the field well.
1) LB Tremaine Edmunds 6-4 1/2, 253, 4.54 - He has great length, size, weight, and speed. Versatile enough to play inside and outside. Shoots gaps well and has great speed. Could be a solid pass rusher as a pro. Great recognition for a player that is only 19. Is physical and sheds blocks well.
3) DT Harrison Phillips 6-3 1/4, 307, 5.21 - He's a big guy with great upper body strength. He has great awareness and is efficient with his movement but he's not without his limitations. Very intelligent and projects as the one technique in their 4-3 defense. Good edge setter and pocket pusher. Great hand technique but not very athletic without a big burst.
4) CB Taron Johnson 5-11 1/8, 192, 4.50 - He's a bit undersized to play the perimter. He's tough, good in run support and a solid tackler. Good in coverage, struggles to find the ball in the air. Four year starter, team captain with six career interceptions at Weber St. Play above his athletic ability and has solid burst and speed.
5) S Siran Neal 6-0, 206, 4.56 - Solid tackler, good in run support, solid lateral range, good at reading the play. Average instincts, doesn't shed blocks quick enough. Uses good size and length to stay with receivers. Has a great 40.5 inch vertical leap.
5) G Wyatt Teller 6-4 1/2, 301, 5.24 - Started his college career on defense before moving to tackle and then guard. Good drive blocker who has good hand placement. A weight room maniac who can maul players and drive them back. Solid, muscular frame. Not good at playing the angles or as a pull blocker. Big drop off last year.
6) WR Ray-Ray McCloud 5-9 1/2, 190, 4.53 - Small but versatile wide receiver. Decent returner and very good straight line speed. He's quick and tough for his size. Injury history and needs to become a better route runner. Even played some corner last year. May have trouble finding a position in the NFL.
7) WR Austin Proehl 5-9 1/4, 175, 4.55 - Another small, fast receiver with returner skills. Son of former NFL solid receiver Ricky Proehl. He's a competitive slot guy with great hands.