Projecting The Royal Baby Draft Position In The 2034 NFL Draft

Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell recognizes West, Texas and Boston Marathon victims and first responders during the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

With all the excitement and attention paid to the a baby born to a Duke and Duchess from jolly Ole England, there is no reason why sports fans shouldn’t get in on the royal baby bonanza.  With SEC teams taking commitments from junior high schoolers and NFL draft pundits projecting draft prospects years in advance, can we project the yet unnamed royal baby’s draft position in the 2034 NFL draft?  Sure we can.

In order to project an infants draft position you must evaluate the parents genetic attributes.  Kate Middleton has a slim athletic build. Prince Williams is 6ft 3 inches is in the military, a successful hunter and according to he can totally kick your ass!! So having inherited some obviously good genetics lets breakdown Royal Baby’s draft status.


Royal Baby has endurance and excellent hand eye coordination.  That will allow him to find openings in the opposing defense and exploit them. Not blessed with great speed Royal Baby plays faster than he runs because of his ability to read defenses. Having been trained in England’s private schools, Royal Baby has a tremendous work ethic. He handles pressure well after growing up in the public eye and will not likely get rattled by the NFL spotlight. A raw talented athlete, Royal Baby projects to be a pro-style pocket passer with a high game IQ.


Not blessed with great speed, Royal Baby will have to make up for his lack of speed with offensive awareness.  Not having played many contact sports growing up in England it is difficult to say whether Royal Baby will be able to withstand the physical punishment a NFL Quarterback takes.

Draft Projection

Royal Baby projects to be a mid to late first round pick in the 2024 NFL draft.  He will most likely be selected by the new NFL franchise in England the London Redcoats.


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