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2016 NFL Draft: Selection range and fits for polarizing prospects

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The pre-draft process is an intel-gathering mission on prospective employees. And although certain prospects tend to attract groupthink in the scouting community, others generate the varied opinions that come from 32 different franchises with 32 unique approaches to talent evaluation. Former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks is taking a closer at some of the most notable -- and polarizing -- prospects in the 2016 NFL Draft, to determine draft range and team fits.


Noah Spence, pass rusher, Eastern Kentucky

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Braxton Miller, wide receiver, Ohio State

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Paxton Lynch, quarterback, Memphis

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Robert Nkemdiche, defensive tackle, Ole Miss

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Carson Wentz, quarterback, North Dakota State

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Connor Cook, quarterback, Michigan State

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Mackensie Alexander, cornerback, Clemson

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Derrick Henry, running back, Alabama

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Follow Bucky Brooks on Twitter @BuckyBrooks.

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