I still think Hankins sneaks into the end of the first round. Wide bodies that can move like he can just don't come around every day.
Simon and Fragel end up solid 3rd-4th round choices.
A few months ago this would have been a no-brainer.
Big Hank will still most likely be the first Buckeye off the board, but Fragel may be a late second round pick. The only way I could Reid being taken before Hank is if there is a big run on OTs in the second round.
I think all 3 will have productive NFL careers.
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I think it will be Hankins, Fragel, and then Simon; 2nd, 3rd, and 4th rounds respectively. Each of which would be great value.
Fragel in my opinion has tremendous upside in that he is very athletic (similar to OKLA's tackle Lane Johnson) as he played TE up until his junior year and only got better as the season progressed.
I would love it if the Bengals took anyone of those three.
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I really think that Fragel will have the longest and most productive NFL career. Offensive skill people kind of lead the league in injuries because they take the most direct shots. I think defensive front seven guys take the next largest amount of injuries.
I hope all three are great NFL players but I think Fragel will the best chance to be in the league 10-15 years from now.
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