The 2018 NFL Draft is coming at us quickly now that we have witnessed yet another thrilling national championship. The yearly extravaganza will take place in Arlington, Texas, from Thursday, April 26 to Saturday, April 28 this year.
Over the span of three days, a whole host of former college football stars will find new homes where they will hopefully impress during the offseason and make a living playing on Sundays.
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This video from JustBombsProductions features Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett. Barrett is one of those players who was a good – and at times exceptions – college quarterback, who is going to struggle in the NFL because of his playing style. In 2017 the senior passed for over 3,000 yards with 35 touchdowns and nine interceptions while adding 10 more touchdowns on the ground. His issue will be that he doesn't have the accuracy out of the gate to be a pro starter and that he will be drafted as a long-term project. Barrett is also hindered by a knee injury from his college days that might stop any attempt to change positions.
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