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The biggest risk from every round of the 2018 NFL Draft: Round 3

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Round 3: Orlando Brown, OT, Baltimore Ravens (83rd overall)

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I couldn’t name another prospect whose stock fell further than Orlando Brown after the NFL Combine. Thanks to one of the worst combine performances in recent history, Browns went from a likely First Round pick to a Third Round pick. After such a poor showing at the combine, many questions skyrocketed about Brown. For a man of his size (6-7, 360), to do as bad as he did was quite worrying. The worst was his 14 reps on bench, which was less than Falcons new WR Calvin Ridley (15 reps). That alone really is a huge red flag. At this point in the draft, it wasn’t a bad idea for the Ravens to take a flyer on Brown, but it is a pick that will surely be hit-or-miss.

Runner Up: Brandon Parker, OT, Oakland Raiders (65th overall)

NOTE: To see the biggest risk of EVERY Round, click through the links below.

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