College Football Week 2: NFL Draft big board – Josh Rosen takes command

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Week 1 of the college football season is in the books. How did the top NFL Draft prospects fare? Check out the NFL Draft big board.

NFL Draft season is never over and now the next batch of prospects had their first chances to improve their stock during Week 1 of the college football season. It was an eventful week for the top prospects in college football and many certainly helped themselves.

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There were also those that struggled and will certainly look to pick it up after an off first week. Regardless, a lot of what was seen on the field is pretty much in line with what the tape on these players has shown so far.

Heading into Week 2, new faces will continue to emerge while others might soon disappear. That’s the nature of big boards and those that stay near the top over the course run, certainly are playing their best football.

Here’s the official Week 2 NFL Draft big board.

AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 02: Kasim Hill #11 of the Maryland Terrapins is tackled by Poona Ford #95 of the Texas Longhorns and Malik Jefferson #46 in the fourth quarter at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on September 2, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images)


Malik Jefferson


On an incredibly disappointing day for the Texas Longhorns, it was a day of ups and downs for outside linebacker Malik Jefferson. He led the team in tackles with nine on the day in the loss against Maryland.

At the same time, he violently missed some big tackles. While he plays with aggression and incredible motor, he was missing pretty badly on some that allowed the Terrapins to make some big plays.

The good certainly was there and he laid some violent hits on the opposition. However, he’s going to have to corral those misses and turn them into tackles. Everyone loves him for his aggression, but he also needs to focus on wrapping up rather than attempting to lay the biggest hit possible.

Still, he’s going to stay up on draft boards because of the intensity that he brings and the fact he’s all over the field. He still has a long way to go and will have to show improvement in those areas that were certainly highlighted in the loss.

It was a tough day for Texas and Jefferson certainly wasn’t the only one that struggled at times. A good remedy would be bouncing back and focusing on the fundamentals in his team’s next performance.

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