are a lot of guys in this game the Pats could Draft. Top of the
Draft list, to help Brady at the end of his career is Harry. He is
like a bigger Josh Gordon. He has his hands and knack for getting
open in pattern. He is my number one wish for a Christmas present
for Brady (and yes, the NFL Draft is my Christmas;).
Harry- WR, 6-4, 213- Harry a tremendous talent. He is the
best WR in a class that should have four, and maybe five WR in the
First. He has the size,
speed, quicks, and hands to be a great one in the NFL. Tonight you
will get a chance to see the top WR in the Draft.
They don’t usually
let him, but he is a great punt returner. He always extends his
hands out as far as he can to catch the ball.
they throw the screen to him, he consistently makes the first guy
miss. great lateral quicks. He is not always a great blocker, as
they will have him run deep to fake the safeties back. But when he
grabs shirt, he can get low and drive block the CB with power. He
has the size and strength do dominate in the run game, and shows the
ability to do it on Tape.
Quinn Bailey- ORT, RS SR- He has the athleticism to play in
the NFL. He is good pulling outside, and turning inside to hit
smaller guys. However, he is a Day Three prospect at best. He is not
an OLT. He will have to stay on the right.
Manny Wilkins- QB, RS SR- He is too inaccurate for the NFL.
He is a QB who can look terrible in the 1st, but he seems to get
better as he plays. He is one of those QBs, like Brady, who needs to
get a hit before he can relax. Good feel for the rush, and can move
in the pocket for extra time, and then complete the pass. Lies to
keep the option too much. He has the arm, but doesn't always have
the accuracy. He has some clutch in him. Shakes his head at his
teammates too much.
Dougladson Subtyl- 6-4, 288, 5-T/DE, RS SR-
He is another interesting prospect. BB likes his 5-Tech type DLs.
Overview: Possesses a unique
blend of speed, mobility and power. Remains fluid and loose while
utilizing his tall frame and long arms. Great timing and utilizes
his arsenal of pass rushing moves that gives that him the ability to
become a top pass rusher at the collegiate level. Started playing
football only a few years ago as a teenager after his family moved
to the United States from Haiti.
Renell Wren- NT, RS SR- He doesn’t usually rush. He likes
to play more of a spy. He’ll hit the OC, and then back off, and
when the QB takes off outside, he does a great job charging him at
an angle and pressuring him.
explosion off the snap. He can knock the OC straight back onto his
butt in short yardage. He looks like an athlete, not a typical Nose
So many Patriot’s type prospects in
this Draft. All Stanford prospects start with smart, sough,
dedicated, and hard working. Pats like to Draft traits and take
those four traits more seriously than most.
Dylan Jackson- DE, SR- 5-Tech
who will hustle down field, and chase the RB. 5-Tech who will hustle
down field, and chase the RB.
Bobby Okereke- ILB, RS SR- Great speed in coverage. He can
run with the TE down field, and knock the ball out when it arrives.
Aware player who can see the strip, and go and get the fumble.
Sean Barton- ILB, SR-
Casey Toohill- OLB, SR- Nice speed rusher on the edge. He
cannot be blocked by a TE on the Edge. He plays the edge very well.
Nice job turning the RB inside, and then going and getting him.
Terrific stunting inside.
Alijah Holder- CB, RS SR-
Ben Edwards- SS, SR-
Comes up fast into the hole and can put a great hit on the RB in the
Frank Buncom IV- FS, SR- Shows up well double over deep on
the outside WR..
Brice Love- RB 6’ 202- Love this kid speed, smarts, and toughness.
He will be available when the Pats pick at 32, unless he runs in the
4.3s at the Combine (I know they took Sony Michel in the First!). If
he is on the Board? At 32? I’d take him (I know they took Sony in
you give him a lane, NOBODY in college football over the past few
years is faster down that lane. If you give him an alley, he turns
it into a TD more consistently than any RB I’ve seen.
still has that speed when he gets outside. The graceful cuts he
makes at full speed in amazing. I hate that backwards toss to him.
*Kaden Smith- TE 6-5, 252– He is more H-back than TE. He
is a guy who the Pats could snag on Day Two, and he could help take
some pressure off of Gronk, and his beat up body.
*Nate Herbig Jr. G Stanford –
Jesse Burkett- 6-4, 300, 5th-
Trent Irwin- WR, 6-2, 204, SR-
*K.J. Costello- QB, JR-
Man, the Pats are going to be looking for a QB, and soon. He
probably doesn’t come out. QBs at Stanford stay in school. But
next years Draft? That is probably the deadline for the Pats
investing a First in a QB.
is as smart as it gets. He has the arms, and He has the clutch. It
will be interesting watching him tonight. This game could turn into
a shoot out quickly. If he comes out this year, I would be pissed if
the Pats past on him at 32. However, he is not coming out.
seems to get better as the game goes along. He has an NFL arm. He
throws a great deep ball. He hits more guys in stride than any QB in
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside- WR, 6-3, 225, SR- Terrific talent.
Smart, fast, Tall, and has great hands. He is a guy who just cannot
get past the Pats at 32. It should be interesting to compare him to
hands can get a little antsy inside sometimes. He is much better out
wide in space. Then he makes a great catch on an In cut. Nice job
forcing the DB to foul him, or let him make the big play. Great job
catching through contact. He can rip his hands free, as the DB just
grabs him in the Endzone, and then turn and catch the TD pass. Great
physicality when he can use his size.
ORT, 6-5, 295, SR-
a Senior (2017): All-Pac-12 honorable mention. 13 games played.
Led Stanford to 405 rushing yards vs. UCLA, fourth most in school
history. Helped Bryce Love
set single-game school rushing record (301 yards) in start vs.
a Junior (2016) : 13 games
started. First two games at
right tackle. Last 11 games at left tackle.
Led Stanford to 302 rushing yards vs. USC. Led Stanford to 365
rushing yards vs. Oregon ST, eighth-most in school history. Led
Stanford to 282 rushing yards (6.7 yards/carry) at Oregon. Led
Stanford to 357 rushing yards at Cal, ninth-most in school history.
Led Stanford to 373 rushing yards vs. Rice, sixth-most in school
Devery Hamilton- OLT, JR-
6-3, 315, OLG- As a Senior (2017): 13
games played. Led Stanford to 656 total yards vs. Rice, seventh-most
in school history. Helped Stanford to 405 rushing yards vs. UCLA,
fourth-most in school history. Helped Bryce Love set single-game
school rushing record (301 yards) in start vs. Arizona State. As
a Junior (2016): Nine games played, five games started at left
guard. Led Stanford to 302 rushing yards vs. USC. Led Stanford to
365 rushing yards vs. Oregon State, eighth-most in school history.
Led Stanford to 373 rushing yards vs. Rice, sixth-most in school