NFL mock drafts are a thing of the past, and Myles Henry is one of the few players still on the board who seems poised to be drafted in the top five of next year’s class.
The Alabama product is a three-star recruit, and he is one-and-done in the 2018 class.
His grades are very strong, and his tape tells a similar story to the best players on the field right now.
He is a big body who has a very good burst, and a quick release to get to the second level.
He has good ball skills, too, especially in the passing game.
He needs to improve on his decision-making, but he has enough traits to make it a long-term project for him.
He is a physical, rangy, and extremely athletic athlete.
He runs a 4.54 40-yard dash at his pro day, and if he gets into a good workout he could be a late first round pick.
Henry had a strong showing at the Combine, showing a powerful upper body and impressive athleticism for a 6-foot-2, 232-pound player.
He did a good job on his bench press, which is something you can’t teach, and also had a great bench press at the NFL Scouting Combine.
He also showed great balance and flexibility in the vertical jump, which I think helps his ability to get open down the field.
His short arms are also very impressive.
I don’t know if it’s because I’m not a huge fan of his stock, or because I don’t think he’s a player who can consistently get his hands on the ball, but I think he is a very underrated prospect.
I think the combine will tell us a lot about how well he will do at the combine, and the NFL Draft will tell a lot as well.
I know that the Browns have taken a shot at him, but it doesn’t seem like they’ve made much of an impact in that regard.
They have had two big-time running backs in Dalvin Cook and Jonathan Williams, but neither of them have a great track record.
Henry’s biggest asset is his speed, which makes him very difficult to stop.
I see a lot of scouts who think he can run as well as anybody in the draft, and I think that’s why he’s so high on their board.
He’s a freak athlete, and that is the biggest knock on him right now, but the NFL has a different mentality about players who are just raw speed.
They are afraid of raw speed, and they like the physical element of it.