The NFL Draft was full of surprises. There were many picks that were shocking, with some prospects going way earlier than expected, and others waiting way longer to be picked then they should have been.
There was a lot of very good selections from the NFL Draft, but some standout more than others. Here are the biggest steals from every round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
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Round 3: Ronnie Harrison, S, Jacksonville Jaguars (93rd overall)
Ronnie Harrison’s name was in the First Round conversation, but the talented Alabama Safety had to wait till the final hour of the Third Round to be drafted. Harrison’s game will translate well to the next level, and he possess a similar skill set to another former Alabama Safety, Landon Collins. Harrison excels against the run, and is at his best playing towards the line of scrimmage. Harrison will be able to contribute early to a daunting Jaguars Defense, and the team has to be thrilled to add another young star to their secondary.
Runner Up: Harrison Phillips, DT, Buffalo Bills (96th overall)
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