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Odell Beckham Jr is a first-round certainty

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The NFL Combine is complete, and scouts from across the country have returned to their teams will notebooks full of information after an action-packed week in Indianapolis.

Some players have cemented their positions, others have slipped down the board, but some have rocketed up the ladder after impressive Combine performances.

One such player is former LSU wide receiver, Odell Beckham Jr.

A number of experts, including's Chase Goodbread and former NFL personnel executive Bryan Broaduss, now see the speed man as a first-round pick come May.

And NFL analysts Bucky Brooks now has the player slated to go on the first day in New York, making it in as the 24th overall pick.

Beckham Jr. ran an impressive 4.43 in the 40-yard dash, and came in third best overall in the 20-yard shuttle and 60-yard shuttle drills.

And Brooks was full of praise for the man who made 1,152 yards in his junior year last year:

"It's hard to find a more dangerous playmaker in the open field than Beckham.

"He is a speedster with exceptional quickness and burst, yet he has the body control to run every route in the book."

Former NFL personnel executive Bryan Broaddus also states his belief that Beckham Jr. is a first round certainty

Prior to the draft Beckham Jr. was expected to be a solid second-round pick, but it seems that his stock has risen after making the mot of his time in Indianapolis.

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