Two Pac-12 quarterbacks were selected in the top 10 of the 2018 NFL Draft Thursday night, with USC's Sam Darnold going third overall to the New York Jets and UCLA's Josh Rosen going 10th to the Arizona Cardinals. The Jets have four picks on Saturday: 107, 157, 179 and 235.
"We just sort of sat tight and had to see how it unfolded", Maccagnan said. "He has heavy hands, he plays low, he's got great drive".
As a senior last season, the 6-foot-5, 304-pound Golson truly showed off his versatility, starting games at center, left tackle, left guard and right tackle while proving to be key to the Tigers' ever-changing offensive line.
Schwartz's brother Jack later autographed a Jets flyer and gave it to Darnold, who thanked him, folded it and took it with him as he visited other children.
"Ideal height and weight for the National Football League at 6'5", 315 pounds. He threw a pick-six in a Cotton Bowl loss to Ohio State with Elway and his top assistant Matt Russell watching in person. There are a lot of variables here, such as coaches that may be pressured to make a move first, but here are the most likely candidates to start early according to BetDSI. His game-tying touchdown pass to Deontay Burnett, capping a flawless 10-for-10 fourth quarter performance, had analysts and scouts gushing ahead of his redshirt sophomore season.
With the Jets, Darnold will get a chance to bring his "it" factor to a franchise and fanbase that will be immediately energized by his selection.
"There's no timetable", Bowles said.
Defensive end Nathan Shepherd of Fort Hays State, the 72nd overall pick Friday night, began his journey in Vancouver, British Columbia. "It wouldn't have made any sense to come back".