I have consistently mocked Andre Branch in the first round over the course of the last couple months. The Clemson product shines on tape as a premiere pass-rusher and seems to have the capability to play multiple positions in multiple schemes.
These are two factors that I am pretty sure war rooms around the National Football League are going to take a look at on Thursday as the initial round of the draft develops and moves forward.
Right now I have Branch ranked higher than Quinton Coples, who might actually have more talent. The primary difference here is that Branch is a much more consistent pass-rusher, bringing it on a consistent basis.
This articles is going to focus on seven strengths and weaknesses as they relate to Andrew Branch and his ability to make an impact in the National Football League.