The Dallas Cowboys finally selected a receiver in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
America’s Team selected Colorado State wideout Michael Gallup with the No. 81 overall pick.
Stidham is a strong-armed, efficient, mobile quarterback who used those qualities to lead Auburn to the SEC championship game last season. He played well in big Cheap DUKe Jerseys games for the Tigers in the regular season, and will have those same opportunities in the SEC spotlight in 2018.
Grier’s career path has taken a few interesting turns, but he proved in his first full season with the Mountaineers he can play. There’s a big arm, mobility and high-volume statistics. He passed for 34 touchdowns with just 12 interceptions and averaged 9.0 yards per attempt. Grier has a chance to add to that in 2018.
Last year’s draft brought Josh Dobbs in the fourth round, but the former Tennessee star struggled in preseason action. Rudolph figures to vie with Dobbs for the opportunity to step in when 36-year-old starter Ben Roethlisberger eventually retires.
It’s not Ben’s job to teach me anything. It’s my job to learn, Rudolph said after being selected. I’m going to work my butt off.
Winner of the 2017 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm award, Rudolph is ranked No. 37 on NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock’s list of the top 100 players in the draft.
At nearly 6-foot-5 and 235 pounds, he offers prototypical size for a Cheap Gaelic Jerseys pocket passer. He’s also the best deep-ball thrower in this year’s class, per Mayock. On the flip side, Rudolph struggles to escape pressure and was often targeting wide-open receivers in the Cowboys’ remedial offense.