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1st Round Post Draft

Picks 1-7.

Picks 8-14.

Picks 15-22.

Picks 23-27.

Picks 28-32, 211.

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2nd Round

Picks 33-48.

Picks 49-64.

3rd Round

Picks 65-80.

Picks 81-96.

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23.

Giants

Defense: 4-3

*Evan Engram-

H-B/WR Ole Miss

6-3.5, 235, 6.92 3-Come! 

(O) 4.42! 36" Vert! 

4.23 SS! 10'5" Broad, 

33 1/2' Arms, 19 Reps, 

RB,  ORT, DT, TE, ILB, DE, DB, OL, QB

2016 Picks:

1 (10) Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State
2 Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma
3-71 Darian Thompson SS Boise ST
4 (109) B.J. Goodson, ILB, Clemson
5 (149) Paul Perkins, RB, UCLA
6 (184) Jerrell Adams, TE, 

South Carolina

Key F.A. Signed:

QB Geno Smith

WR Brandon Marshall

OT DJ Fluker

OG Jerry Jones

TE Matt LaCosse 

DE Jason Pierre-Paul

OLB Mark Herzlich

ILB Keenan Robinson

LS Zak DeOssie

Key F.A.:

QB Josh Johnson
QB Ryan Nassib
RB Orleans Darkwa (R) 
RB Bobby Rainey
TE Larry Donnell
OLT Will Beatty
DE Kerry Winn (R) 
RT Marshall Newhouse
ILB Kelvin Sheppard
OLB Deontae Skinner (R)
CB Leon Hall
CB Trevin Wade
K Robbie Gould

Key F.A. Lost:

CB Coty Sensabaugh

DT Jonathon Hankins

The Team: I put him here twice. He is a great fit for the Giants. Eli just became a better QB. They have a ton of weapons. 

They added the most dynamic Tight End in the Draft to their offense. "We think this guy can be a dynamic weapon in our offense," Reese said. "A matchup nightmare for teams trying to cover him with linebackers and safeties. He's a guy we liked a lot, our coaches liked a lot." But he is an H-back not a tight end.

When you have a 6-3 234-pound H-back, who ran a 4.42, who cares. They started playing in the slot more and more as the season went on. They even lined up him outside sometimes. But he was still most effective going down the Seam like an H-Back. 

So he is more than an H-back who works hard to block like a TE. "[He's a] well-rounded, versatile football player," Reese said. "[He'll be] used in our offense a lot of different ways. [Like as] a fast receiver down the middle." He is the best weapon going down the seam in this class of TE/H-B.  

He'll be an H-back or Move-TE, who they move around the line to exploit matchups. "He's a dynamic football player who will help our team," Reese said. "He has a skill set that you can use him in a lot of different ways, and I think the coaches will use him in those ways." He has great hands.

He has that knack for getting open with speed. "He's a receiving tight end, not an in-line blocker," one scout said. "He can play slot. Smooth athlete, good speed. This is where the modern-day offense is going." He is not a guy that you want to add bulk to, in order to block inline. 

He is the H-back you want running patterns underneath Odell, but they might try him at WR first. "Not as fast or quick-footed as Marques [Colston], but more of a big slot receiver," a scout said. "He could probably be 245 but he’ll never be a point-of-attack guy. He’ll have to be a back-side flex guy if you want to get any kind of production out of him." That 4.42 at the Combine was one of the best Forties I've seen to help a guy secure a 1st Round selection.

The Giants are happy with Flowers. I might not be. You might not be. But this looks like another David Diehl situation. I don't think they take an OLT here. However, if all the RBs are off the board, and they don't trust Foster, Ramcyzk would be the top play left on their Board. 

The Player: 5/08 Evan Engram: Dynamic H-back.

The Reason: He was just too good to pass up here (I had him going to the Titans at 18). "We had [Evan] in a good spot and we picked him," GM Jerry Reese said. "We think that this guy can be a dynamic weapon in our offense. Obviously he has great speed for the position. We think that he can be a matchup nightmare for teams trying to cover him with linebackers and safeties, so he was a guy that we liked a lot." With Odell and Marshall outside, they are going to have to cover him with an LB.
A linebacker is not going to be able to run and cover Engram. "I don’t think that any of the tight ends block that great in this draft," Reese said disingenuously. "I think that the tight ends that come out of the offenses nowadays, these college offenses, these guys are more H-back type players. [Engram] is not a traditional end of the line tight end, but we think that he can do things in the blocking game. He is big. He is fast. He has big hands. He is smart. He will help you on special teams. He is a well-rounded, versatile football player." In this offense, with those outside weapons, who is going to cover him?
Big safeties can't run with him. "We feel that this guy can come in and again," Reese said, "you play two-high safety in this league and if you have a guy who can stretch the defense down the middle, we think that is a tremendous weapon for the offense." He can also bully the smaller faster Free Safeties who can run with him.
They just went from zero to sixty at tight end in one pick. "We see him as a weapon, and we’ll take all the weapons we can," Reese said. "If you have a guy who can stretch defenses down the middle, we think that’s tremendous." They had the least productive tight ends in the NFL last season.
They sucked "I know I’m ready to come in and make an immediate impact," Engram said. "I know it for a fact." He instantly improves the tight corps. so much that he will catch more passes this season then the entire corps. caught last season combined (which is really not a lofty goal;).

They want to get a tight end to work inside. Manning looked like he is slowing down a little. They need to help their old QB. Getting a dynamic TE to play inside of Odell and Marshall could make this offense scary.

Flowers sucks. If they can admit that to themselves they could take Ramcyzk here. But that is a lot more difficult than people think two years after you made that guy a top five pick, and after you pick up an ORT in free agency. Plus, and we all known they never take LBs in the 1st. They certainly would take one of the top three RBs or TEs. 

However, the loss of Jonathan Hankins was a huge hit for them. If they feel Flowers has improved, they are desperate for a DT. They have nothing next to Damon Harrison, who is not a world beater himself. I think it is safe say that they have the worse D-Tackles in the NFL. But there are a ton of Day Two DTs that I think can start next season.

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24.

Raiders

Defense: 4-3

Gareon Conley-

CB Ohio ST

 6', 195, 6.68 3-Cone!

(U) 4.45, (O) 4.44, 37"Vert,

10'9" Broad, 4.18 SS,

33" Arms, 11 Reps,

RB (FA), DE, DT, LB, WR, DE, CB, LB,  

2016 Picks:

1 (14) Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia
2 (44) Jihad Ward, DE, Illinois
3-75 Shilique Calhoun DE Mich ST
4 (100) Connor Cook, QB, Mich ST
5 (143) Deandre Washington, RB Texas Tech
6 Cory James, OLB, Colorado ST
7 (234) Vadal Alexander, G, LSU

Key F.A. Signed:

TE Jared Cook

WR/KR Cordarelle Patterson

Key F.A.: 

QB Matt McGloin
WR Andre Holmes
TE Cooper Helfet (R)
ORT Matt McCants
ORT Menelik Watson
DE Denico Autrey (R)
DT Stacy McGee
ILB Daren Bates
ILB Perry Riley
FS Nate Allen
SS Brynden Trawick
LS John Condo

Key F.A. Lost:

RB Latavius Murray

TE Mychal Rivera

ILB Malcolm Smith

CB DJ Hayden

The Team: I mean? I mean... Gross. This pick is just Gross.

They just have an utter distain for morals, their fans, and woman in general. "Really, really talented corner that is capable of playing man or zone," the HC Jack Del Rio said. "He’s a football junkie, and he loves to compete. He’s been well-respected from the people that I’ve spoken to personally about him. He’s a guy that loves to compete, a good teammate, and a really-quality kid. He’s got great length, great speed, really strong workouts through the spring, and then his tape is really good. He’s one of those really clean players that we were fortunate enough to get our hands on here late in the first round." They lie cheat and steal, and expect you to just suck it.
Showing film of them in the same bar proves Ab-So-Lutely nothing, other than they met like his victim said. "I think anybody that we add to the roster this weekend, we’ll let him compete, and see what they earn," Del Rio said to his daughter Lauren. "I wouldn’t put a ceiling on him in terms of does he end up as they fourth-best, the third-best, or the second-best, or the best corner. That’s up to him when he gets here, and the work that he puts in, him understanding our system, and being a productive player. We expect him to come in and compete. We think he’s a highly-skilled player, and he’s got the potential to become one of our better corners." Yet the yahoos and haters can't wait to spin it into the abuser being the victim.
My favorite grossness is the they "vetted him", "until they felt comfortable with an 'accused rapist'", who showed no evidence of innocence. Who gives a shit if they "feel comfortable" with a rapist on their roster? They didn't vet him at all! It was all a lie. They didn't give him a lie-detector test. The Ravens asked him to take a lie-detector test, and he refused. So they passed on him. 

Now I don't blame him for pass on the lie-detector, even it he didn't do it. I wouldn't submit to a lie-detector test under any circumstance. But don't tell me that not asking or giving a lie-detector test is "vetting him". They didn't do anything. I heard one yahoo say, "that worst thing would be that she is lying, which means she set him up," or some such nonsense.

No! The worst case scenario is that he did rape her you Ass Monkey. "I was captain this past year and a leader on the secondary," the unvetted DB said. "I felt like I earned that right through my experience and just how I handled myself on and off the field. A lot of the young guys looked up to me and always came to me for questions. That’s how I was when I came in. A lot of the older people Doran [Grant] and [Bradley] Roby they showed me how to be a leader in the secondary. What to do on and off the field, in the weight room, practice habits, games. Just leading by action mostly." It is amazing how many people just don't respect women.
This is the most disgusting pick I have ever seen. Is it any wonder why so few women come forward. They should put the Scarlet Letter on her heart. A great big scarlet "A", for "accuser" not "adulterer". 

The Player: 

The Reason: He can play, regardless of morals, implications, and likelihood he never plays. "As far as I’m concerned, he’s the type of corner you look for (SERIOUSLY!)," McKenzie said to Mahkayla. "I mean, he is hard to get separation from. He can play the deep ball. He can play press. He’s big, he’s strong, he’s fast, and he understands the game. You can tell he loves the game, the way he plays. Watching his tape, being around him, interviewing him, it was no question. We had no question about his skillset and his ability to play the game." The most disgusting thing about this pick is that McKenzie did nothing in regards to discovering his guilt or innocence, and then lied about it.

He just felt Conley could start from Day One, and if he did rape some poor innocent girl, who Cares? Make her prove it. As long as he can prove it on the field. "We expect him to come in and compete," Del Rio said. "We think he’s a highly-skilled player and he’s got the potential to become one of our better corners." Which is all that matters.
Is this who we want to be? "Well, hopefully Day 2 that will fall the same way," McKenzie said to Jasmin. "We’re going to still follow our board. We know our needs, but, we will not let, we feel, a great player slip by just to satisfy a need. We will follow our board, that’s for sure. There are a lot of good players, so we’re expecting a good day tomorrow." I don't like their depth at CB, but this is a shame for Raider fans, who were already made a bunch of suckers by this team anyway. 

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Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:

TREASON! 

The day Democracy died. Only Dictators fire anyone who investigates their illegal and treasonous activity. "They fired Sally Yates. They fired Preet Bharara. And they fired James Comey, the very man leading the [investigation into the Putin-Trump Treason]. This does not seem to be a coincidence," Schumer said about Trump's treasonous ties to Russia. "Any person who he appoints to lead the Russian investigation will be concerned that he or she will meet the same fate as Director Comey." 

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25.

Browns

Defense: 3-4

**Jabrill Peppers

Safety Michigan 

5-11 1/8, 214, (O) 4.46, 

10'8" Broad, 35.5" Vert, 

30 3/4" Arms, 19 Reps,

 

*Myles Garrett

Edgerusher A&M

QB! WR, CB, DE/OLB, RB, DB, WR, DB, OL, DL, 

2016 Picks:

1 (15)  Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor

2 Emmanuel Ogbah, DE Oklahoma St

3 (65) Carl Nassib, DE, Penn State

3 (76) Shon Coleman, OT, Auburn

3 (93) Cody Kessler, QB, USC

4 (99) Joe Schobert, OLB, Wisconsin

4 (114) Ricardo Louis, WR, Auburn

4 (129)  Derrick Kindred, S, TCU

4 Seth Devalve, WR/TE, Princeton

5 (154) Jordan Payton, WR, UCLA

5 (168) Spencer Drango, OT, Baylor

5 Rashard Higgins, WR, Colorado St

5 Trey Caldwell CB Louisiana-Mon

7 (250) Scooby Wright, ILB, Arizona

Key F.A. Signed:

QB Brock Osweiler

WR Kenny Britt

OC Joe Bitonio 

OG Kevin Zeitler

OG TJ Lang

OLB Jamie Collins

Key F.A.:

RB Isaiah Crowell (R)
RB Glenn Winston (R)
WR Josh Gordon (R)
OG Jonathan Cooper
OG Austin Pasztor
OC Gabe Ikard (R)
DE Stephen Paea
OLB Corey lemonier
P Britton Colquitt
LS Charley Hughlett (R)
CB Marcus Burley (R)
FS Jordan Poyer
CB Jamar Taylor

Key F.A. Lost:

QB Brock Osweiler

QB Josh McCown

QB RGIII

WR Terrelle Pryor

WR Andrew Hawkins

The Team: I had the right position but the wrong player. 

I had them taking a safety (Hooker), but the wrong player "He is a football player, a very dynamic player," the HC Hue Jackson said. "Obviously, he’s going to play defense for us, but we’ll find a role for him over there on offense. No question. Again, when you have guys that have ability to make plays, you do anything and everything you can to put them in an environment so they can showcase their talent and ability. We will do that, but first we are bringing him in here to play defense and play special teams." Jabrill Peppers can play! 

He improves the defense all over the place with his versatility. "Line him up in a lot of different places and give him that opportunity," Jackson said. "He is a football player, a very dynamic player. Obviously, he’s going to play defense for us, but we’ll find a role for him over there on offense. No question." He can run and catch the ball out of the backfield.

Browns made a good pick here. "No question but we’re going to start him over there on defense for sure," Jackson said. "Again, when you have guys that have ability to make plays, you do anything and everything you can to put them in an environment so they can showcase their talent and ability (including offense). We will do that, but first we are bringing him in here to play defense and play special teams. He is one of the premier special teams players in football." He played CB in 2015. 

He 'roided up to play LB 2016. "I'm open to do whatever they ask me to do," Peppers said. "I did some things that nobody else did. They are going to get 200 percent out of me. I'm just so excited for the opportunity. I told myself that if the opportunity came, then my life would change. It changed. I went a little earlier than I expected. So I'm just excited to lay it all on the line for my family and my team." He's an instant impact player.

They met with Jabrill Peppers at the Combine. "Just go in there and be yourself," Peppers said. "Don’t lie [then he lied about testing positive]. You know, if you made mistakes on film, which they will bring up, then just own it and explain to them what you did wrong and what you did to correct it and what you’re going to do to make sure that mistake doesn’t happen again." By all accounts he has been very impressive in interviews.

The Player: 5/08 Jabrill Peppers: Reminded Me Of Woodson?

The Reason: He can play all over this defense. "We were really excited just to get a player that fits our scheme and the experience that Gregg has had finding players like Jabrill and making them successful," Sashi Brown said. "Then, I think Jabrill brings perhaps a dynamic play style and athletic ability that probably Gregg hasn’t had in that position and the other guys he’s actually turned into Pro Bowlers." They will start him out at SS.

They will play him in a similar role as the Pats play Patrick Chung. "We were really excited just to get a player that fits our scheme and the experience that Gregg has had finding players like Jabrill and making them successful," Brown said. "Then, I think Jabrill brings perhaps a dynamic play style and athletic ability that probably Gregg hasn’t had in that position and the other guys he’s actually turned into Pro Bowlers." They will move him all around the Box.

He can also drop into Cover Two and play FS. "It is certainly a factor for us," Brown said. "Jabrill understands. I think he has been accountable for it. He understands that it is something that he has to clean up as we move forward. We will spend some time with him on that when he gets here. Mostly, we are really excited to get a real exciting football player. We had gotten comfortable with the background on him to move forward with the selection. We were really excited just to get a player that fits our scheme and the experience that Gregg has had finding players like Jabrill and making them successful." Even if he struggles on defense, he is an instant impact on Special Teams. 

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TREASON! 

The day Democracy died. Only Dictators fire anyone who investigates their illegal and treasonous activity. "They fired Sally Yates. They fired Preet Bharara. And they fired James Comey, the very man leading the [investigation into the Putin-Trump Treason]. This does not seem to be a coincidence," Schumer said about Trump's treasonous ties to Russia. "Any person who he appoints to lead the Russian investigation will be concerned that he or she will meet the same fate as Director Comey." 

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26.

Atlanta

Defense: 4-3

Takkarist McKinley-

Edgerusher UCLA

6-2, 265, #98

ORG, OLB/PR, TE,  NT, CB, FS, OL, DL, 

2016 Picks:

1 (17) Keanu Neal, S, Florida
2 (52)  Deion Jones, ILB, LSU
3 (81) Austin Hooper, TE, Stanford
4 (115) De’Vondre Campbell, OLB, Minnesota
6 Wes Schweitzer, G, San Jose ST
7 (238) Devin Fuller, WR, UCLA

Key F.A. Signed:

WR Andre Roberts

NT Dontari Poe

Key F.A.:

QB Matt Schaub
RB Stevan Ridley
FB Dimarco Patrick
WR Aldrick Robinson
WR Eric Weems
WR Taylor Gabriel (R) 
TE Jacob Tamme
TE Levine Toilolo
G Tom Compton
G Chris Chester
G Ben Garland (R) 
RT Ryan Schrader
DT Jonathan Babineaux
DE Cliff Matthews
OLB Dwight Freeney
OLB Courtney Upshaw
OLB Philip Wheeler
ILB Sean Weatherspoon
ILB Paul Worrilow
ILB Laroy Reynolds
CB Robert Alford
SS Kemal Ishmael
SS Akeem King (R)

Key F.A. Lost:

 

The Team: I had the right position, but the wrong edgerusher. I had Takk long gone by pick 26. McKinley is a steal at 26th Pick. 

He is similar in a lot of ways to Beasley. "He can really beat a guy to the punch," Quinn said. "He has that kind of speed. We saw him play linebacker at UCLA where he was in a two-point stance. Some where he was down and was really going. We saw him play on both sides and that kind of flexibility. I’m anxious to work with him." Both are a smaller-shorter speed rushers. 

They should complement each other perfectly in the rush. "Obviously, he’s a goal-oriented young man from way back when he was a young man growing up in Richmond, (Calif.)," his DL coach at UCLA McClure said. "He wanted to play Division I football and he wanted to play in the NFL. He had to overcome a lot of obstacles and challenges. That’s the impressive thing about Takk is that he did what he had to do to fulfill his goals. He grew up in a tougher area and avoided a lot of negative distractions. He pushed hard in school with his academics." Takk will play the same role as Beasley, only on opposite sides. 

McKinley can hit the QB. He is a relentless speed rusher and plays stronger than he tests. "He overcame a situation in which the school he signed with misread his transcripts and gave him wrong information and sent him down an alternate path, which was the junior college path," McClure said. "Then for us to continue to recruit him and have him take all of the classes that he needed at the junior college to be able to get accepted to UCLA, he did all of those things. Then we found, or we interpreted the transcript differently than Cal did and we were able to make him a qualifier. Which then led to him transferring to UCLA early." The Falcons D just got a lot better with the all out all the time edgerusher in Atlanta.  

He can put speed to power and push the OLT into the QB, but is best when he can just burst past him to the QB. "He very much lives off his emotions, and if he can learn to channel that, he will be even more dynamic and explosive and amazing," an NFL exec said. "He is a volcano personality who has been kicked out of practice, but it’s because he is passionate and competitive. I’d rather have that than the guy kicked out because he is lazy. He has that chip on his shoulder. Quinn is all about the grit, and Takk has that." Unbelievable hustle chasing the ball carrier from behind on draws and dump off passes. 

They want to build a Pete Carroll type defense. "I don't necessarily understand the fit for what I think they are trying to do," a coach who has studied both Poe and the Falcons said. "I think they are trying to build Seattle's defense, both front and coverage. They are adding a guy who is promising to get his weight down to 330 or 340 and could have back problems when they are a penetration front." So they need to draft Passrushers early and often.

Their top two needs in the Draft last year were edgerusher. They got one in Vic Beasley. Now they need a another edgerusher to work the opposite side of the field as Vic.

The Player: 3/30 Takk McKinley: The Waterboy.

The Reason: McKinley is a relentless maniac edgerusher. "He was somebody that we’ve watched for a long time," Quinn said. "He was somebody that was in out sight that we hoped to add and have contribute to our team based on the speed, the finishing ability, the toughness. We are really pumped about having him here." He is as tough is gets on the field.
Plus, he is very underdeveloped, and Pro coaching is really going to help him. "I really think his best football is yet to come," McClure said. "In high school, he didn’t have a defensive line coach. Again, he was only at the [JuCo level] for a year. I’m his longest standing position coach that he’s ever had. I think going on to the Atlanta Falcons is great for him. [Coach Quinn] is a defensive line guy. [Coach Young] is obviously the defensive line coach and Jeff Ulbrich is the linebackers coach. He’s surrounded by some really talented coaches in Atlanta. I would think that they are going to take Takk to the next level." Only two seasons in the FBS. 
He let his emotion get the best of him at the Draft. "We weren't concerned," Dimitroff said. "Our feeling was we were going to go after who we wanted with that first pick. We feel very comfortable. We are thrilled to add a player of his caliber to our defensive front." He played with that emotion on the field.
They want him to continue to play with that emotion on the field. "He was telling me keep that fire, keep that hunger, don’t change, be you, but just learn how to control it," McKinley said. "Being you is what got you here today. Just control that sometimes." He can bring that fire to a defense.
Did I say he was tough as nails? "Anybody who can play with a torn labrum and a chipped bone for a year and a half and then go to the combine and still hit 24 reps [at the Combine], and run 4.5? That’s stout," his Junior College coach Carter said. "He never missed a game because of it. He never missed a beat, you never knew this kid was hurt. This kid played with a season-ending injury for a year and a half. Who does that?" You have to play injured in the NFL.

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Jerkballs is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:

TREASON! 

"There's nobody left in America (except despicable pathological liars) who believes that Donald Trump fired Comey because James Comey was mean to Hillary Clinton [duh]."

Sally Yates came out and told American Citizens that Flynn and Trump have been, OBVIOUSLY, compromised by Russia (RUSSIA!). First he First Preet Bharara, because he was in charge of investigating Trumps New York treason. Then he fired Yates, because she had the evidence of the Flynn Treason who was Trump colluding with in TREASON

It is all about the money Flynn took money from Putin, and tried to hide it by lying to the FBI (FELONY!). And they keep bragging about THEIR TREASON? "So when I got in the cart with Eric," Dodson says, "as we were setting off, I said, 'Eric, who’s funding? I know no banks, because of the recession, the Great Recession, have touched a golf course. You know, no one’s funding any kind of golf construction. It’s dead in the water the last four or five years.' And this is what he said. He said, 'Well, we don't rely on American banks. We have all the funding we need out of Russia.' I said, 'Really?' And he said, 'Oh, yeah. We’ve got some guys that really, really love golf, and they’re really invested in our programs. We just go there all the time [and treasonous take their cash].' Now that was three years ago, so it was pretty interesting."

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27.

Bills

Defense: 4-3

Tre'Davious White

CB LSU

6', 197, #18

 

CB, ORT, WR, DB, WR, OG, DB, WR, KR, CB. 

2016 Picks:

1 (19) Shaq Lawson, DE, Clemson
2 (41) Reggie Ragland LB, Alabama
3 (80) Adolphus Washington, DT, Ohio State
4 (139) Cardale Jones QB, Ohio SE
5 Jonathan Williams RB, Arkansas
6 (192) Kolby Listenbee, WR, TCU
6 (218) Kevon Seymour, CB, USC

Key F.A. Signed:

QB Tyrod Taylor

FB Mike Tolbert 

OL Jordan Mills

OLB Lorenzo Alexander

Micah Hyde FS

Jordan Poyer FS

Key F.A.:
QB EJ Manuel

RB Mike Gillislee (R)
RB Reggie Bush
FB Jerome Felton
WR Marquise Goodwin
WR Percy Harvin
WR Justin Hunter
WR Brandon Tate
TE Chris Gragg
OG Ryan Groy (R)
DT Corbin Bryant
DT Leger Douzable
RT Jordan Mills
ILB Brandon Spikes
ILB Zach Brown
OLB IK Enemkpali
OLB Ramon Humber
OLB Lerentee McCray
CB Corey White
SS Colt Anderson
SS Robert Blanton
FS Sergio Brown
FS Jonathan Meeks (R)
FS Duke Williams
P Colton Schmidt (R)
Key F. A, Lost:

WR Robert Woods

CB Stephon Gilmore

SS Aaron Williams

The Team: I had CB as their second choice at 10, before the trade down. So I had the right position but wrong player.

The Bills made a radical trade down 17 slots to pick up a 1st next year. "We went ahead and traded the 1st round pick, the tenth pick overall," Bills new HC Sean McDermott said. "I really felt like the value that we were looking at, very rarely can you do that when you can cash that into a 1st round pick in 2018, and then add a 3rd round on top of that. Very unique situation for us. Felt good about that. And then really felt good, also, about the pick a few minutes ago with Tre’Davious White." This Draft was so deep at DB, that they knew they could trade down 17 spots and still pick up a great Corner.

The Bills actually made a great pick here. "I really didn’t know," White said. "I knew that they needed a corner but I didn’t know they were going to pick me but I didn’t know they had that much interest in me at all. It wasn’t until my phone rang that I knew who it was. I knew it was a New York number and their pick was coming up, so I knew it was them." White can play.

He might be the top character player in this Draft. "There’s guys that, yeah, you’d say weren’t on our board," McDermott said about character. "There [are] guys that were not on our board. I’m not going to get into those names, specifically. I would just rather not at this point, but our board may be different from other people’s boards. We’re looking for certain things, and so character is part of our evaluation process." He has elite character.

They had to get some one to replace Gilmore. "Tre’Davious is going to be no different than everyone else," McDermott said. "He’s going to have to come in and earn the spot. Obviously, we lost Stephon in free agency, so there was certainly a need there. Overall, I really like the quality of the football player, absent the need. at this position. He’s going to come in and compete right away." He should start for them on Day one.

White has top character and was awarded #18, which at LSU is a big honor that speaks to character, leadership, and being a great team player. "A solid person, a solid football player," McDermott said. "A guy that we had on our board. We felt like if we could get him, it would be a good pick for us and there we saw him at 27. He’s a guy that wore number 18 at LSU, and we know what that means in terms of the tradition of wearing number 18 at LSU. So you know what type of person we’re getting, what type of football player. He’s versatile. He plays inside, he plays outside. He’s also a returner in terms of the special teams value. So we feel good about it." He will make an instant impact on defense and special teams, which helps the offense with field position. 

White was one of my favorite players from the past two seasons. "He’s a defensive-minded guy and that’s what I’m looking forward to the most, just to get in and get coached hard and get coached well," McDermott said. "I feel like with the type of guy I am, I can fit in that locker room great. They already have an LSU guy in the locker room in Kyle Williams that I know is an LSU legend. I feel like if I take the mindset in, just go in and try to earn the respect of your vets and guys that are already on the team, you’re going to be in the right spot and you’re going to be great." They wanted White, and traded down 17 spots to get him, and picked up a 3rd this year, and 1st next year.

It doesn't get any better than that. "As far as, at this point in time, having two 1st round picks next year? Yeah, I feel really good about it," McDermott said. "That being said, we wanted to make sure that a player that we valued would be there at our pick and, in fact, he was, with Tre’Davious White. I feel really good about the end of the first day. We’ve done our homework and we’ve put ourselves in a position, moving forward, to have two first round picks next year. We added a 3rd this year, and then we picked up Tre’Davious White. I’ll be able to sleep fairly well tonight, until tomorrow rolls around." This was a top level NFL move that they executed perfectly. 

White has played safety and can be a fierce tackler. "Our corners are going to tackle, and Tre’Davious no different," McDermott said. "That was part of the evaluation process. We were able to check that box and that’s an identity that will be shaped as we continue to move forward as a defense and as a football team." He hits like a Safety.

The Player: 5/9 Tre'Davious White Bio.

The Reason: It is hard to get past the part were they don't have a GM, and wonder if it was McDermott who made this pick. "I feel good about it. I feel real good about it. Like I said, again, first day in the books. I feel good about it," he said. "I feel like our homework has paid off. Our research and our time that we put into it put us in a good position. Now I’m ready to start thinking about, again what I said, what’s going on upstairs right now and how we can get better tomorrow. Another situation, another opportunity for us to get better tomorrow and that’s what we’re looking forward to right now. But I feel good about it. I’ll be able to sleep a couple more hours tonight, and you feel good about when your hard work pays off. That’s not only mine, but the staff upstairs, the coaches, and everyone from cafeteria staff to the whole organization. This is good for the Buffalo Bills organization and so you feel good about it from that standpoint, for sure." They need some good this off season.

Which really is amazing because the organization is currently in disarray. "Obviously, there’s a relationship there so you feel that the trust factor is there. No doubt about it. It makes the communication a little bit easier, but I’ll give credit to Doug Whaley and the scouting staff and the work that they’ve put in behind the scenes as well," McDermott said. "Whenever free agency started thinning out, we were having these conversations. A lot of ‘what if?’ scenarios. ‘What if we did this? What if somebody wanted to move up? What if we wanted to move up ourselves?’ You look at every option available and that’s, again, the methodical approach that I’m used to taking and we took in this situation." Do they have a GM do they not have a GM?

I don't know, and I'm not sure they know. "All options that may be on the table. We’re looking to do what’s in the best interests of this organization, short term and long term. We’ve got to be responsible with the pick and I felt real good about it. Doug and myself and Terry and the communication that ensued. I felt real good about it. We did our homework and again, this was something that we felt like would help us, and would put us in a [great] position next year. obviously, with two 1st round picks," McDermott said. "Does it worry me? Look, you look at things and you say 'what’s in the best interests of this organization?' That’s what I have to do. Andy’s got his own situation. We’ve got our own situation here. That’s the nature of the draft. You stick by what’s important and what’s right for us, and that’s what we did." They really sacrificed the 2017 season to get rid of Ryan, and appear to be playing for one of the top QBs in next years Draft.

Second Choice: Marlon Humphrey CB

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