Kayshon Boutte is one of the most interesting cases in college football. He has shown stretches where he looks like the best wide receiver in the country, then he completely disappears. While the quarterback situation at LSU doesn’t help him much, he should still garner first-round consideration. The Baltimore Ravens need good wide receivers, and Boutte could be a fun weapon for Lamar Jackson.
The New York Jets are surprisingly picking in the back 10 of the first round, so that must mean something is going right. That something is not on the offensive line. With Mekhi Becton not being able to stay on the field, the team should look for a new player to shore up the blind side for Zach Wilson. Broderick Jones has yet to allow a sack and has allowed only four pressures in pass protection this season, in the SEC. Impressive.
At 26, the Cowboys select local product, RB Bijan Robinson. With Ezekiel Elliott having an out in his contract after this season and Tony Pollard set to hit the open market, it is likely we see the Cowboys have at most one of these guys in a Cowboy uniform next season.
Robinson could not only fill one of those roles, but even both of them, as he is the clear best running back in the country. Robinson currently averages almost six yards per carry and has accumulated over 1100 rushing yards and 14 total touchdowns through nine games in 2022.
The New York Giants are surprisingly good this season. Adding Henry To’oto’o to an unimpressive linebacker group could immensely help the front seven. The Alabama product has had an up-and-down season, but he could certainly develop into an above-average starter over time.