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 4: Josh Sweat, DE, Philadelphia Eagles (130th overall)
Josh Sweat was rumored to be a candidate to be selected in Round 1. Sweat tested very well at the combine, and has shown flashes during his career at Florida State. Sweat posses elite athleticism that is highly demanded by most NFL teams. It was surprising to see that Sweat fell all the way to the bottom of the Fourth Round, but the Eagles must have been ecstatic. Sweat will join a D-line that already includes Fletcher Cox, Michael Bennett, Brandon Graham, Derek Barnett, and Chris Long. Sweat will a great rotational pass-rusher, and will have a great chance for early success with loads of other talent surrounding him.
Runner Up: Kyle Lauletta, QB, New York Giants (108th overall)
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