Daniel Jeremiah

Georgia football: Jalen Carter compared to Quinnen Williams by's Daniel Jeremiah

Entering the 2022 season, the Georgia Bulldogs are tasked with replacing a trio of first-round picks along the defensive line after Travon Walker, Jordan Davis, and Devonte Wyatt departed for the NFL. The good news is the Bulldogs have another defensive lineman who has proven he is more than capable of providing elite play. Junior Jalen Carter is considered one of, if not the top interior defensive lineman in the country headed into the fall and many feel he was Georgia's most talented player on defense last season. Draft Analyst and former NFL Scout Daniel Jeremiah watched tape of Carter against Auburn, Missouri, Tennessee, and Michigan from the 2021 season and provided what he liked, what Carter needs to work on, and a player comp for the Dawgs standout.
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NFL Draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah compares Will Anderson to Von Miller

In only the month of July, there’s already a belief that the top pick in next year’s NFL Draft can already be penciled in with Alabama linebacker Will Anderson. After starting his freshman season where he aided the Crimson Tide to a national championship win, Anderson ascended to rare territory in 2021 where he put together one of the most dominant years in recent memory. Through 15 games, Anderson recorded 101 total tackles, 31 tackles for loss, 17.5 sacks and three pass deflections which earned him the Bronko Nagurski Trophy for the nation’s top defensive player.

Chargers Unleashed: Daniel Jeremiah Talks Chargers Off-Season, Justin Herbert And Derwin James | Super Bowl Expectations!

Chargers Unleashed: Daniel Jeremiah Talks Chargers Off-Season, Justin Herbert & Derwin James | Super Bowl Expectations!. In this special guest episode, Jake and Dan are joined by the one and only Daniel Jeremiah to discuss the latest news and current state of your Los Angeles Chargers. Given DJ’s intimate knowledge, perspective, and experience in the NFL, covering the NFL and NFL Draft for NFL Network, on the mic as host of Move The Sticks Podcast, and inside the broadcast booth covering the Los Angeles Chargers, there is arguably no better guest to have on the show to talk through the latest Chargers news, Free Agency, 2022 NFL Draft class, Justin Herbert, Derwin James, Head Coach Brandon Staley, NFL Free Agency, 2022 team expectations, and more. How will Khalil Mack fit in the LA Chargers’ defense? How did Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco do this offseason building the roster? Which Chargers player from the 2021 draft class does DJ expect to show the most improvement? Which Chargers 2022 rookie is DJ most excited about this year? Where does Justin Herbert rank amongst the best NFL quarterbacks?

Nik Bonitto labeled as the best value pick of the second round by NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah

NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah has labeled Nik Bonitto as the best value pick of the second round of the NFL Draft. Prior to the draft, Jeremiah ranked Bonitto as the 44th-best prospect in this draft class in his top-150 ranking. About Bonitto, Jeremiah said, “If you’re looking for an edge rusher in that range, [Oklahoma’s] Nik Bonitto would be a home run… He’s not Von Miller, but he kind of plays like Von, like a poor man’s Von. He can really, really bend at the top of his rush and can do some nice things off the edge. So he’s my 43rd player. I think I’m a little higher on him than the rest of the league, and I’m OK with that. That would be a heck of a pick.”

Mile High Morning: Nik Bonitto picked by Daniel Jeremiah as best value selection of the second round

Before the draft, NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah said that if the Broncos were to come away from the draft with Nik Bonitto, it "would be a home run." Jeremiah ranked Bonitto as the 44th-best prospect in this draft class in his top-150 ranking, so he imagined the Broncos would have to get a little lucky to get a player who "kind of plays like Von [Miller]." That's exactly what happened, and the Broncos were able to get Jeremiah's No. 44 player at No. 64.

Daniel Jeremiah: Mayfield To Giants Trade Makes Sense

Baker Mayfield‘s trade market continues to shrink, much to the dismay of the Cleveland Browns. Carolina declared itself out of the quarterback trade business after drafting Matt Corral. And Seattle’s Pete Carrol reiterated his intent to move forward with Drew Lock and Geno Smith. This prompted a discussion...

Daniel Jeremiah Notes Patriots’ Third-Rounder ‘Elite’ In One Specific Area

The New England Patriots addressed a clear need with their third-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft on Friday night. The Patriots selected Houston cornerback Marcus Jones with their No. 85 selection, their third of the draft. New England also filled a need at guard with Cole Strange (No. 29) and added a speedy pass-catcher in receiver Tyquan Thornton (No. 50).

How Daniel Jeremiah Felt About Patriots Grabbing Second-Round Wideout

The New England Patriots traded up in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft on Friday night and selected Baylor wideout Tyquan Thornton with the 50th pick. Thornton, who is best known for his ridiculous speed, will give second-year quarterback Mac Jones another dynamic pass-catcher, as acknowledged by NFL draft expert Daniel Jeremiah.

Strange Pick? NFL Draft Expert Daniel Jeremiah Surprised By Patriots’ Draftee

NFL draft expert Daniel Jeremiah had a similar to reaction to those in New England on Thursday night when the Patriots drafted Tennessee-Chattanooga guard Cole Strange with their first-round pick. Strange, who was selected at No. 29 overall after the Patriots traded back, now is the highest-drafted player ever from...

NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah Shares Insight on Texans Draft

It's the 'Day Before the Draft' here in Las Vegas, and like they do every year, the NFL Network made some of their personalities available. Stanford Head Coach David Shaw will provide analysis, and we got a chance to speak with him. College Football Analyst Joel Klatt and Color Analyst Charles Davis also spoke.