The NFL Draft’s faster-paced Day Two is always pretty intense from an IDP analysis perspective. Friday night saw 35 IDPs come off the board, and we learned some much-anticipated linebacker landing spots.
Landing spot and talent brings opportunity, and I decided to rank each position group to try to provide some more immediate and actionable IDP takeaways.
1. BJ Ojulari, ARI
Drafted in Round Two, Pick No. 41 (tenth edge rusher selected)
Arizona owned on-paper the worst defensive line going into the draft, so anyone coming away with Day One or Two capital was going to get tossed into the post-draft bucket of winners. That it was Ojulari, who I thought would be a first-round pick, makes it all the better from a fantasy perspective. Sporting very good speed-to-power rushes, deadly spin moves, and good combinations, Ojulari should have no problem leading Arizona in snaps considering his top edge mates are sophomores Myjai Sanders and Cam Thomas, and Seahawks bust L.J. Collier.
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