2018 NFL Draft: Early Look At Mountain West Prospects

2018 NFL Draft: Early Look At Mountain West Prospects

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2018 NFL Draft: Early Look At Mountain West Prospects

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Justin Melo of DraftBreakdown, USA TODAY’s Draft Wire and more gave his early Mountain West draft breakdown [MWwire]

Is Josh Allen really going to go No. 1 overall? [Draft Breakdown]
This is definitely worth a read about the Wyoming quarterback. It goes through his plus, minuses and a ton of GIFs dissecting his throws.

Wyoming to start true freshman at center Logan Harris [WyoSports.Net]
Harris will have big shoes to fill as former center Chase Rouiller is now getting first-team reps with the Washington Redskins.

AP Poll is out… no Mountain West teams ranked. [MWwire]
Boise State and San Diego State are the only Mountain West teams to earn any points in the poll.

Boise State loses another quarterback [Blue Turf Sports]
Redshirt freshman Jake Constantine is on the move from the Broncos program. He was in line to be the No. 3 quarterback behind Brett Rypien and graduate transfer Montell Cozart. Constantine was getting praise from Bryan Harsin and would have been in line to take over Rypien’s spot either next year or the year after.

More from Rothstein as he gives his offseason report on the MW [Fan Rag Sports]
Projections, all-conference players and key storylines for the year. He does predict Nevada to win the league, as of now, Wyoming is his sleeper team and also has the Mountain West as a one-bid league.

Power Rankings:

1. Nevada
2. Fresno State
3. San Diego State
4. Boise State
5. UNLV
6. Colorado State
7. Wyoming
8. Utah State
9. New Mexico
10. San Jose State
11. Air Force

San Diego State confident in passing game coming alive [San Diego Union-Tribune]
“This is the year the passing game opens up,” said SDSU quarterback Christian Chapman, adding, “I want to make bigger plays down the field – throw to the post or throw a fade – stretch the field a little bit.”

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