Jabrill Peppers, S, Michigan Height: 6-1. Weight: 208. Projected 40 Time: 4.40. Projected Round (2017): 1. Jabrill Peppers has been one of the most overhyped players in the country this year. He had a good year for the Wolverines, but as a draft prospect, Peppers has been underwhelming to NFL decision-makers. Charlie Campbell said it best in his 2017 NFL Draft Safety Prospect Rankings: "[NFL evaluators] think Peppers is a great athlete who has some deficiencies in pass coverage. That is evidenced by his one interception during his entire career. Sources say they are projecting Peppers to be a hybrid dime linebacker and safety, similar to Arizona's Deone Bucannon." Peppers is not an elite safety prospect, as he's not on the same level as Malik Hooker and Jamal Adams. That said, Peppers still figures to be a first-round pick. He might be chosen in the late teens or early-mid 20s, which is slightly earlier when Bucannon was chosen. Given that he's a likely opening-rounder, Peppers can't be criticized for declaring, though I think the better decision would've been returning to Michigan and working on his pass-coverage problems. The Verdict: Neutral move Hope he is long gone before we pick.