With the 2019 NFL regular season heading into its final quarter, former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah has reviewed his notes from this campaign to rank the top 25 rookies in the league today.
Bosa has slowed down a little bit, but he's still disruptive on a weekly basis. His ability to stack blocks and hold the point of attack is a very underrated aspect of his game.
Jacobs has surpassed the 1,000-yard mark and looks to be getting stronger as the season winds down. I love his contact balance between the tackles.
Bush has been a tackling machine and he's outstanding vs. the pass.
Crosby, a fourth-round selection, has been the best value pick in the entire draft. He uses his length and athleticism to generate consistent pressure in the passing game.
Brown has shown flashes of brilliant route running combined with a physical approach after the catch.
Oliver is coming off his best game of the season and he's starting to look like the player I studied at the University of Houston. His quickness is off the charts.
Sweat is long and very athletic. He hasn't put it all together yet, but he's shown flashes of dominant play.
Samuel has outstanding game speed and toughness. He's the perfect fit in Kyle Shanahan's system.
Thornhill has displayed an outstanding mix of speed, instincts and playmaking skills. He keeps getting better every week.
Jones hasn't played as well over the last month, but overall, he's impressed with his ability to make all of the throws. Ball security is an area where he needs to improve.
Lawrence is a powerful run defender. He continues to impress with his ability to push the pocket and generate pressure.
Bradbury continues to improve as a pass protector and he's always been very effective in the run game. He could emerge as one of the top centers in the league next season.
Singletary has seen an increase in touches during the last month and he's making the most of it. He is very elusive and runs with more power than expected.