Originally Posted by Future
Agreed. Higher ceiling than the other guys, and when your drafting that early, potential is important. And while I don't know whether or not teams take this into consideration, he was also super young coming out. That extra year or two to develop before hitting prime age makes a huge difference to me. Give me the 21 year old with a ton of potential over the guy who can come in and be solid from day 1 but is 23 every time.
Kiper said in his most recent chat that he didn't think there was a true top 10 talent in this draft. I agree with him. But Tyron was. I wouldn't even question putting Joeckel or Fisher ahead of him. Or Lane Johnson, and I'm an OU fan.