Bracketology: Which draft prospect will have best NFL career?

The Move the Sticks podcast is conducting a March Madness of its own, allowing viewers to vote for which prospect in the 2016 NFL Draft class will become the best NFL player.

The eight-prospect "tournament" (seedings in parenthesis) is down to its Final Four, with includes Ole Miss OT Laremy Tunsil (1) beating Oregon DE DeForest Buckner (8), UCLA LB Myles Jack (3) beating Florida CB Vernon Hargreaves (6), Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott (7) upsetting Florida State CB Jalen Ramsey (2), and Ohio State DE Joey Bosa (4) topping Cal QB Jared Goff (5) in the quarterfinals. Seedings were determined by the average rankings from Daniel Jeremiah's and Bucky Brooks' latest top 50 prospect rankings.

This is the schedule of events for the Move the Sticks prospect bracket: Elite Eight, March 14; Final Four, March 21; championship round, March 28; and the winner reveal on April 4. All results will be revealed on the Move the Sticks show, which you can subscribe to here.

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Laremy Tunsil (1) vs. Joey Bosa (4)

Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss
Bottom line: Tunsil has ideal height, bulk and length for the left tackle position. Tunsil is a Day 1 starting left tackle and he should quickly emerge as one of the top players at his position.

Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State
Bottom line: Bosa is very consistent at holding the point of attack on the front side and he uses effort and quickness to make plays on the back side. His effort is excellent. Bosa isn't dynamic but he is very athletic, disruptive and productive.


Myles Jack (3) vs. Ezekiel Elliott (7)

Myles Jack, LB, UCLA
Bottom line: Jack is an explosive playmaker with a unique skill set. He lines up all over the field on defense, including inside linebacker, outside linebacker and nickel cornerback. Jack has tremendous value because of his ability to dominate at multiple positions.

Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State
Bottom line: Elliott has ideal size, quickness and toughness for the position. He is outstanding in the passing game, showing soft hands out of the backfield and a willingness to chest up blitzing linebackers. There is very little not to like about Elliott. He should be an immediate-impact player on all three downs.

On the Move the Sticks podcast, former NFL scouts Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks break down the latest news and action around the league from a scout's perspective, alongside NFL player personnel executives.

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