11) Jordan Hicks, LB, Philadelphia Eagles
Hicks had an outstanding season last year with five picks. Hicks is a great coverage linebacker with great instincts.
10) Rishard Matthews, Tennessee Titans, WR
Matthews may be the most underrated WR in the NFL. Matthews lat year caught 65 passes for 945 yards and nine touchdowns for a 14.5-yard average per catch. The Titans signed him last spring and their is no doubt they got there money’s worth last season.
9) Zach Strief, New Orleans Saints, Offensive Tackle
Strief is getting up there in age, but he is playing like a man who is five years younger. The Saints drafted his replacement this past draft, but I do not look for Strief to give up the job without a fight.
8) Rodney Hudson, Oakland Raiders, Center
Hudson has been the anchor of an excellent line and as centers do, he has been over-looked for the most part by casual fans. He is big, atheletic, tough, and maybe most importantly he is very smart.
7) Casey Hayward, Los Angeles Chargers, Corner
Hayward’s play last year had to make Packers fans sick, Hayward has become the one that got away. He tallied seven interceptions last year and looks well on his way to having a great NFL career.
6) David Bakhtiari, Green Bay Packers, Offensive Tackle
Bakhtiari is one of the best pass blocking tackle in the NFL. He gets over shadowed because of Aaron Rodgers, but he shouldn’t, he is the man who has to give Rodgers the time to be great.
5) Ramon Foster, Pittsburgh Steelers, Guard
Foster is one of the biggest reasons that the Steelers offensive line has gone from being a liability to one of the top five lines in the league.
4) Marcus Cannon, New England Patriots, Offensive Tackle
The Patriots looked crazy when they gave Cannon a 5 year deal in 2015, but as usual Belichick was right and Cannon has turned into a top notch offensive lineman.
3) Rashad Jones, Miami Dolphins, Safety
Jones was out most of last season, to show you what the Dolphins think of him they gave him a big contract in the off-season.
2) Damon Harrison, New York Giants, Defensive Tackle
Harrison is the best run stopper in the NFL, and with a nickname of snacks, what’s not to love about this guy?
1) Danielle Hunter, Minnesota Vikings, Defensive End
Hunter is a developing into a big-time pass rusher! Hunter has tremendous upside and could be another in a long line of great Vikings pass rushers.