What is the key to sucess in 2023?

The top 2 OL are going to play in the superbowl.

Christian Gonzalez CB Oregon
Anton Harrison OT Oklahoma 32
Jaelyn Duncan OT Maryland 49
Calijah Kancey DT Pittsburgh 80
Dontay Demus Jr. WR Maryland 118
Max Duggan QB TCU 213
Shaka Heyward LB Duke


Christian Gonzalez

Ideal Role: Starting outside corner

Scheme Fit: Any

Prospect Comparison: Patrick Surtain II

Anton Harrison

Harrison has the physical profile of an appealing NFL offensive tackle prospect. He features a long and athletic build with good arm length. Harrison is thick in his lower half and he’s far from maxed out. He has the athleticism needed to mirror rushers and handle speed off the edge while offering plenty of range as a run blocker. Harrison has quick and nimble feet with loose hips, which makes it natural for him to redirect, work laterally, and get into space. I like his overall balance and how he plays within himself, rarely getting overextended or top-heavy.With increased functional strength and technical growth, Harrison has the potential to be a starting left tackle in the NFL early in his career.

Jaelyn Duncan

Duncan is one of the most athletic. He has an NFL frame at 6’6″, 320 pounds, and yet, he’s incredibly light on his feet, with impressive burst and recovery athleticism. He needs to drastically improve his hand usage, but the foundation is there.


Kancey is a spark plug on the interior of the defensive line. He plays with incredible urgency and fires into the neutral zone with quickness and intent. He’s extremely physical and tough, willing to exchange power with blockers that have 30-plus pounds on him on a weekly basis. He does well to take advantage of his quickness and built-in leverage to win with first contact, shoot gaps, and work to the edges of blocks. Kancey is slippery working off contact and he’s pretty flexible. Overall, his contact balance is very impressive given his size.


Dontay Demus is a big-bodied receiver that has the frame to fit the traditional X receiver role. In press coverage, Demus has good strength to power through press and immediately get into his route. In off coverage, Demus has the speed to condense a defender’s cushion quickly and can force them to bail out or he can run right past them. With the ball in the air, Demus does a good job attacking the ball at its highest point and securing the pass. Demus can be utilized as a true red-zone target on back-pylon fade routes or jump balls because he can win 50/50 balls consistently.

Max Duggan

Overall, Duggan is a QB who has flaws and his process can be questionable, but he has the physical ability to make plays both in and out of structure. At the NFL level, Duggan needs to improve on the details of his game both physically and mentally to become a more consistent quarterback and produce consistent results for the offense.

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