Trained his ass off and probably made himself a nice chunk of change. Michigan should have approx. 8 players drafted, but I'd be surprised if more than one was a first rounder:
Jake Moody (Kicker)
Mazi seems like a late first rounder to me. He's got elite strength and the first round IMO is about having elite skills. He's not electric enough against the pass, but he's a two-gap NT, and a 3-4 D or any team that wants the NT to two-gap will want him. Chargers, Giants?
Olu is an elite C, and I'm surprised he's not higher on draft boards. Dude won the Rimington and was a finalist last year. Biggest knock on play is that he had a terrific OL around him, I guess? Bucs??
Similar to Mazi, I think Mike Morris has an elite skillset (very strong against the run) but I think he's not quite as elite as Mazi in his one skill, but unlike Mazi I think Morris is a significant positive against the pass. He's not any kind of edge rusher, but he's the quintessential anvil for those bendy edge guys to hammer opposite of (syntax is hard on Monday morning). I think he's an early 2nd rounder for the clubs that typically draft defense well--maybe Houston, Tennessee, Jets, or Pats? Likely need to look at need more than fit here.
Turner should be a late 2nd or early 3rd rounder as a top notch slot corner. That's just not a hugely valuable position though, as there are plenty of twitchy and terrific undersized college CBs.
Hayes looks to me like a late 3rd-5th rounder. The kind of depth OT that any team is usually happy to take, since he's got the right frame at 6'6'' for it. He's a little underweight, but he's likely not a year 1 contributor anyway.
Bell is a Michigan favorite, but he's a 4th/5th WR/ST type. Late 5th, 6th, or 7th even.
Schoon probably has the widest range of any Michigan player IMO. As an inline TE with decent route running, he could be a late 2nd or 3rd rounder, or a 5th rounder if clubs don't see the projection.
Moody is a kicker.
, any opinions or chatter on these guys?