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PICKS 12-22


1st Round 2019 Draft

Picks 1-11.  

Picks 12-22.

Picks 23-32.

2nd Round 2019 Draft

Picks 33-46.

Picks 47-56

Picks 57-64. N/A

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My Picks: 

Key Needs:

Team Moves:



Defense: 3-4

**AJ Hockenson

TE Iowa

6-4 3/4, 251, (O) 4.7, 

32" Arms, 17 Reps,
 10'3" Broad, 37.5" Vert, 
 7.02 3-C, 4.18 SS,


2018 Picks:

1 (18) Jaire Alexander CB Louisville
2 (45) Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa.
3 (88) Oren Burks, ILB, Vanderbilt
4 (133) J’Mon Moore, WR Missouri
5 (138) Cole Madison, OG Wash ST
5 (172) JK Scott, P, Alabama
5 (174) Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, South Florida.
6 Equanimeous St Brown, WR ND
7 (232) James Looney, DE, California
7 (239) Hunter Bradley, LS, Mississippi State
7 (248) Kendall Donnerson, DE, Southeast Missouri State

2017 Picks:

2 (33) Kevin King, CB Washington
2 (61) Josh Jones, DB NC State
3 Montravius Adams, DL Auburn
4 (108) Vince Biegel, OLB Wisconsin
4 (134) Jamaal Williams, RB, BYU
5-175 Deangelo Yancey WR Purdue
5 (182) Aaron Jones, RB, UTEP
6 (212) Kofi Amichia OL, S. Florida
7 (238) Devonte Mays, RB Utah ST
7 (247) Malachi Dupre, WR, LSU

Key F.A. Signed:

Marcedes Lewis TE
Billy Turner OL
Preston Smith Edge
Za'Darius Smith Edge
Adrian Amos FS

Key F.A.:
Reggie Gilbert DE 
Muhammad Wilkerson DE

Tyler Lancaster DT 
Lance Kendricks TE
Byron Bell ORT 
Davon House CB 
Korey Toomer ILB 
Jake Ryan ILB 
Geronimo Allison WR 
Lucas Patrick OG 
Jermaine Whitehead FS 
Justin McCray OG
Tre Carson RB 
Kentrell Brice SS 
Robert Tonyan Jr. WR 
Jake Kumerov WR 

Key F.A. Lost:

Randall Cobb WR 

Clay Matthews OLB

Jake Ryan ILB

Bashaud Breeland CB

Kentrell Brice S

The Team: What in the hell are the Packers doing picking here. They now have to think about moving on from Aaron Rogers. He's friggin' nuts. The stuff that came out since the HC was fired is nuts. That's why he didn't win six Super Bowls. It's not because of the HC. It's because he's nuts. Their TEs are old and getting slower every minute. 

The Player: 3/18 AJ Hockenson: The Best TE in 2019 Draft, But...

The Reason: The Packers new guys have to show some love to their Diva QB, who likes to write plays in the turf. There is a ton of turmoil in Green Bay. Getting him a bit TE who can block will help to calm things with Rogers. He would make a great compliment to the aging Jimmy Graham. Hockenson can take over the blocking duties, and take the physical stuff off of Graham. So he can run free down the Seam. Then take over in a year or two as learns the system.  

Last season may have been the finally straw for Rogers odd and caustic personality. If he doesn't win? Is he worthy it? This could be the best place for Lock, because he will get a couple years on the bench to watch, but not learn from (Rogers ain't gonna help him), a HOF QB. Plus, he is similar sized and armed as Rogers. 

Second Choice: Greedy Williams CB



Defense: 4-3

*Clelin Ferrell-

DE Clemson

6-4, 264, 10 1/2" Hands,

34.1"Arms, 25  Reps,

7.26 3-Cone, SS 4.4, 


2018 Picks:

1-11 Minkah Fitzpatrick DB Alabama
2 (42) Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State.
3 (73) Jerome Baker, LB, Ohio State.
4 (123) Durham Smythe, TE, ND
4 (131) Kalen Ballage, RB, ASU
6 Cornell Armstrong CB South. Miss
7 (227) Quentin Poling, LB, Ohio.
7 (229) Jason Sanders K New Mexico


2017 Picks:

1 Charles Harris DE/OLB Missouri
2-54 Raekwon McMillan LB Ohio ST
3 Cordrea Tankersley CB Clemson
5 (164) Isaac Ariata, OG, Utah
5 (178) Davon Godchaux, DT, LSU
6 Vincent Taylor, DT, Oklahoma ST
7 (237) Isaiah Ford WR Virginia

Key F.A. Signed:

Ryan Fitzpatrick QB

Dwayne Allen TE

Clive Walford TE

Ricardo Louis WR
Eric Rowe DB

Mike Hull LB

Key F.A.:

Cameron Wake DE 
William Hayes DE 

Jonathan Woodard DE
Cameron Malveaux DE

Evander Hood DE 

Sylvester Williams DT  
Stephone Anthony OLB
MarQueis Gray TE 
Sam Young OLT 
Brock Osweiler QB  
Travis Swanson OC 
Wesley Johnson OC 
Nick O'Leary TE 
Tony Lippett CB 
Martrell Spaight ILB

Key F.A. Lost:

Ryan Tannehill QB

Senorise Perry RB

Danny Amendola WR

Chris Reed OG

Ted Larsen OG

Senorise Perry RB 

Brandon Bolden RB/ST

Ja'Wuan James ORT

Frank Gore RB 

Cameron Wake DE 

The Team: They need two impact players on their D-line. One inside and one outside. Their D-line has been completely destroyed by age and free agency. Ferrell is a great start at the D-line rebuild. But they still need a DT or two. I have him rated as a top ten player in this Draft. 

Dolphins need to do everything to help their QB. That starts with the O-line, again. 

The Player4/05 Clelin Ferrell: 2018 Bio. Updated.

The Reason: This is a tough choice between Wilkins and Ferrell. They really need both player. However, I still think they are recovering from the loss of Suh. I'm probably wrong, but I have Ferrell rated higher so I'm giving the Dolphins Wilkins. Okay, so it was Ferrell who was the ACC player of the year, not Burns or Wilkins. He fits their system to a T. They need a blindside Edgerusher, and Ferrell was the best in the ACC, and a Champion. Dolphins could do a lot worse than grapping a pure winner at D-end for their loser Franchise. Sorry Ferrell. 

Fitzpatrick, while a Patriots killer, is a stop gap. He is better than Tannehill, but he might be older than Alex Smith. This is a one year deal, which is perfect for Jones. He can sit and learn for a year, and study an Pro style offense. He is not ready to step in. He played in that wacky spread offense were he never went under center, and never did a five or seven step drop. 

Second Choice: Clellin Ferrell DE



Defense: 4-3

*Christian Wilkins

DT Clemson

6-3.1, 315, (U) 5.1.-5.05 S-1.77, 


2018 Picks:

1 (26) Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
2 (58) Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado
3 (90) Deadrin Senat, DT, S. Florida
4 (126) Ito Smith RB Southern Miss
6 (194) Russell Gage, WR, LSU
6 (200) Foye Oluokun, S, Yale

2017 Picks:

1-26 Takkarist McKinley OLB UCLA
3 (75) Duke Riley, ILB, LSU
4(136) Sean Harlow ORG Oregon ST
5 Damontae Kazee CB San Diego ST
5 (156) Brian Hill, RB, Wyoming
5 (174) Eric Saubert, TE, Drake

Key F.A. Signed:

Kenjon Barner RB 

Justin Hardy WR

Ty Sambrailo ORT 
Jamon Brown OG 
James Carpenter OG

Luke Stocker TE

Logan Paulsen TE

Adrian Clayborn  DE

Kemal Iskmel OLB
Grady Jarrett DT

Key F.A.:

Andy Levitre OG 
Matt Schaub QB
Ben Garland OC
Zane Beadles OG
Marvin Hall WR
Terrell McClain DT

Steven Means DE

Derrick Shelby DE

Bruce Carter ILB

Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB 

Keith Tandy FS 

Key F.A. Lost:

Tevin Coleman RB

Bruce Irvin Edge

Brooks Reed DE

Brian Poole CB

Robert Alford CB

Justin Bethel CB 

The Team: They need a big DL who can play in their 3-4 system. It looks to me like they will address the lines in this amazing D-line Draft. This is a pure best player available pick. Wilkins it the perfect fit for them.  I think Burns and Wilkins fit their defense better than Ferrell, but I have Ferrell the highest rated of the three. But Wilkins is the only one left.

Matty Ice ain't getting any younger. "This is my 19th year as an owner and one of the things I've learned is that Matt plays much better vertically than horizontally," Blank said. "I don't think we're complete in terms of the offensive line. I think it'll be an area of great scrutiny and activity during the draft." They are not happy with their O-line and will be looking for some big uglies early. 

The Player: 4/05 Christian Wilkins: 2018 Bio. Updated.

The Reason: Wilkins is a freak athlete who can play all three DL positions for the Falcons. 

They have to get an Edge guy to help hit QBs. They picked up three OLs this off season. So I don't see them going OL. 

As long as Grady Jarrett is unsigned they have to go DT here. 

Second Choice: Jonah Williams OL



Defense: 3-4


Daniel Jones

QB Duke

6-5, 221, (O) 4.81,

10' Broad! 33.5" Vert!

7.0 3-Cone, 4.41 SS,

QB, OL, WR, SS, Edge, ILB, OL, DB, RB, OLT, 

2018 Picks:

1 (13) Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
2 (59) Derrius Guice, RB, LSU
3 (74) Geron Christian OT Louisville
4 (109) Troy Apke, SS, Penn State
5 (163) Tim Settle, DT Virginia Tech
6- Shaun Dion Hamilton LB Alabama
7 Greg Stroman, CB Virginia Tech
7 (256) Trey Quinn, WR, SMU

2017 Picks:

1 (17) Jonathan Allen, DE Alabama
2 (49) Ryan Anderson, OLB Alabama
3 (81) Fabian Noreau, DB UCLA
4 (114) Samaje Perine, RB, Oklahoma
4 Montae Nicholson SS Michigan ST
5 (154) Jeremy Sprinkle, TE, Arkansas
6 (199) Chase Roullier, OL Wyoming
6 (209) Robert Davis WR Georgia S.
7 Josh Harvey-Clemons SS Louisville
7 (235) Josh Holsey, DB, Auburn

Key F.A. Signed:

Case Keenum QB
Adrian Peterson RB

Ereck Flowers ORT
Rodgers-Cromartie CB

Landon Collins SS

Key F.A.: 
HaHa Clinton-Dix FS 
Pernell McPhee OLB 
Preston Smith OLB 
Adrian Peterson RB 
Tony Bergstrom OC 
Brian Quick WR 
Michael Floyd WR 
Arie Kouandjio OG 
Zach Vigil OLB  
Byron Marshall RB
Jehu Chesson WR
Rob Kelley RB

Key F.A. Lost:

Maurice Harris WR

Ty Nsekhe OLT 

Preston Smith Edge

Stacy McGee DL

Zach Brown LB

The Team: Word on the streets of Washington is that they want Jones. "The Redskins have explored the possibility of trading up all the way into the top five," Garafolo said. "I don't think that, I know that. I can report that. They have had conversations with all of those teams. But look, everybody is having conversations with everybody right now. Just to figure out what the price would be. What if. But the fact that they're at least exploring it tells me that they've thought about the possibility." Okay, so he doesn't know. 
Or maybe Haskins. "Now maybe if we're to take Doug Williams at his word, he thinks that the price is going to be too high to do that. But Dwayne Haskins is a guy that has a lot of support in this building, I can tell you that much," Garafolo said. "We know about the connections with owner Dan Snyder and his son, those two went to school together. He's a local kid, he's got a lot of the tools. He had great production last year at Ohio State. But is he a player that can help this team right away? I know there are folks inside this building that think that that is not that case. That he might need some time to learn the offensive system. To learn life at the NFL level he only has that one year of production and maybe they think we should go with a guy that can help us right away and we can build around Case Keenum." Word on the street of Washington is that they want Haskins. 
Okay, so word on the street is that they want to trade up to Five, but don't have the juice. "We needed a quarterback and we were able to trade for Case, but that does not put us out of the realm of picking a quarterback if there is one there that we like at 15?" Yeah, it kind-ah does. But what Williams said. "We don’t know who is going to be there at 15." It ain't gonna be Haskins.

Word on the street is that the Skins maniac owner has taken over the Draft and is desperate for Haskins. "There’s definitely something there,” Haskins said. "I feel like there’s a great relationship with the Redskins. My mentor Shawn Springs played for the Redskins. Great relationship with Mr. Snyder and the rest of the Redskins ownership. Whatever team picks me, I’ll be excited to be a part of, but there’s definitely something there in D.C." Word on the streets of Washington is that we're all screwed with another maniac in charge.

Both their starting QBs got injured last year. Smith broke his leg, and might be done, and McCoy never really was. He is a good backup, but no one has seen him as a starting QB.  They have to get a young guy who can learn for the next year or two and then step in an start. Though it looks like they might need a starter this season. They might not have the choice to pass on a QB in the 1st. 

They have to get some weapons for their QB. And they have to get a young guy to grow behind their 40-yard old or so QB.

The Player: 4/03 Daniel Jones: The Best Pure Pocket Passer. But...

The Reason: Gary is a trick or treat prospect. If he stays healthy he could be one of the best picks in the Draft here. But if he can't stay healthy he could be a very frustrating story. He needs to lose some weight and bulk and work on more flexibility.  

If they can't get a QB here than they have to get someone to help the old QB they got left. 

Second Choice: Daniel Jones QB



Defense: 4-3

*Devin Bush-  

LB Michigan

5-11, 234, (O) 4.43, 

6.93 3-Cone, 4.22 SS,

10'4"Broad, 40.5" Vert, 

21 Reps, 32"Arms, 

OLT, OC, RB, OL, DE, FS, LB,  DE, 

2018 Picks:

1 (24) DJ Moore, WR Maryland
2 (55) Donte Jackson, CB LSU
3 (85) Rashaan Gaulden, DB Tenn
4 (101) Ian Thomas, TE Indiana.
4 Marquis Haynes, OLB/DE Miss
5 (161) Jermaine Carter, LB, Maryland
7 (234) Andre Smith, LB, UNC
7 (242) Kendrick Norton, DT, Miami

2017 Picks:

1(8) Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford
2 (40) Curtis Samuel WR/RB Ohio ST
2 Taylor Moton, ORT, W. Michigan
3 (77) Daeshon Hall, DE Texas A&M
5 (152) Corn Elder, DB, Miami
6 Alexander Armah, DE, W Georgia
7 (233) Harrison Butker, K, Georgia Tech

Key F.A. Signed:

Taylor Heinicke QB

Cameron Artis-Payne RB

Matt Paradis OC
Daryl Williams ORT

Key F.A.: 
Mike Adams FS
Eric Reid SS 
Wes Horton DE
Fozzy Whittaker RB
Colin Jones FS
Kyle Love DT 
Chris Clark OLT
Amini Silatolu OG 
Chris Manhertz TE 
Damiere Byrd WR 
David Mayo OLB 
Cameron Artis-Payne RB
Jared Norris OLB 
Bryan Cox Jr. DE 
Efe Obada DE 
Jamaal Jones WR 
Elijah Hood RB 
Adam Bisnowaty OT

Key F.A. Lost:

Garrett Gilbert QB

Kenjon Barner RB 

Devin Funchess WR

Chris Hogan WR

Matt Kalil OLT

Thomas Davis OLB

David Mayo ILB

The Team: Kuechly is nearing the end, and this would give the Panthers two good young LBs. Though will likely be gone by now. 

They did not draft an interior OL in the past two Drafts, even though they lost one of the best to Free Agency.

The Player: 3/25 Devin Bush: The Best LB in 2019. But...

The Reason: This would the perfect fit for Bush. He could learn behind Luke Kuechly.

They need to do everything they can to help their QB to get back to the Super Bowl. Dillard can play all over their line and improve one of them instantly. I think he is a plug and play OLT.

Second Choice: Jonah Williams OL 



(From Browns)

Defense: 4-3

*Jonah Williams

OLT Alabama

6-4 1/2, 302, 33.5" Arms, (U-5.10-5.13), S- 1.77, 23 R, 28"V, 9'4"Br,


**Dwayne Haskins-

QB Ohio ST


2018 Picks:

1 (2) Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State.
2 (34) Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP.
3 (66) Lorenzo Carter, Edge, Georgia.
3 (69) B.J. Hill, DT, NC State.
4 (108) Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond.
5 (139) RJ McIntosh, DL, Miami.

2017 Picks:

1 (23) Evan Engram, TE, Mississippi
2(55) Dalvin Tomlinson, DT Alabama
3 (87) Davis Webb, QB California
4 (140) Wayne Gallman, RB Clemson
5 Avery Moss, DE Youngstown ST
6 (200) Adam Bisnowaty, OT Pitt

Key F.A. Signed:

Antoine Bethea SS
Markus Golden OLB/DE
Jabrill Peppers SS
Golden Tate WR

Key F.A.:

Jonathan Stewart RB
Cody Latimer WR
Connor Barwin OLB
Landon Collins FS 
Mario Edwards DT
Kerry Wynn DT 
Russell Shepard WR 
Zak DeOssie LS
John Greco OG 
Geno Smith QB 
Nathan Stupar OLB 
Josh Mauro DT 
B.W. Webb CB 
Jamon Brown OG 
John Jenkins DE
Scott Simonson TE 
Bennie Fowler WR
Tony Lippett CB
Curtis Riley FS 
Corey Coleman WR 
Alex Tanney QB 
Jon Halapio OC 
Elijhaa Penny FB
Kristjan Sokoli OG 
Jordan Williams DT 
Antonio Hamilton S
Spencer Pulley OC
Aldrick Rosas K
Brittan Golden WR

Key F.A. Lost:

Odell Beckham Jr WR

The Team: Giant have the worst O-line in the NFL. Yup that's about it. 

The Player: Jonah Williams slides back like a cat in pass pro. He stays low and wide, but he keeps his hands outside as well. He has to do a better job keeping his hands inside. Great job in play action moving the D-end back. Then holding on by the LOS for the whole play. He really does not kick slide as much as I'd like. He shuffles back like an OG a lot. Great job blocking down on the DT. 

He could be a great Guard if he doesn’t work out at OLT. He can block down on the DT and shove him to the ground, and then go and seal the LB. He gets movement to the left when he blocks down on the DT to the side. He can step outside and drive the OLB into the Safety on the Goal line. A great power run blocker. A true drive blocker on the goal line. 

Williams was a guy I wasn't completely sure about. But he has looked like an NFL OLT this season. He plays with great balance moving forward, and nobody recovers from a great move by the rusher better than he does. Great hands and when he grabs shirt the rush is done. 

Junior (2018): Secured the starting right tackle spot as a freshman and moved to left tackle as a sophomore, earning All-America recognition ... named the FWAA/Outland Trophy Offensive Lineman of the Month (September) ... started all 37 games of his Alabama career (22 at left tackle, 15 at right tackle) ... helps open holes for the nation’s 30th-ranked rushing offense (216.9 ypg), the No. 1 scoring offense (54.1 ppg) and the No. 2 total offense (564.3 ypg) ... the Tide’s offensive front also ranks tied for third nationally in fewest sacks allowed at 0.63 per game ... has 31 knockdown blocks on the season, the second highest number on the team ... has graded out at 90 percent or higher in all eight games this season, for an average grade of 91.9 ... has only missed three assignments in 453 snaps at left tackle for a success grade of 99.3 percent ... has not allowed a sack all season and just one pressure ... selected as a Midseason All-American by The Sporting News and ESPN.com while earning Midseason First Team All-America recognition by the Associated Press ... preseason first team All-America honoree by five major outlets ... named to the Outland Trophy Watch List to start the year

The Reason: I think Williams is an NFL OLT. If not he cannot fail as an OLG. And he might be able to play ORT. Coincidentally Jonah can play all three positions.  

Second Choice: Jawaan Taylor ORT




Defense: 4-3

Garrett Bradbury-


6-3, 307, (O) 4.92, S-1.74,

31 3/4" Arms, 34 Reps, 

31"Vert, 8'8"Broad, 

7.41 3-Cone, 4.53 SS, 


2018 Picks:

1 (30) Mike Hughes, CB, UCF

2 (62) Brian O’Neill, OT Pittsburgh

4 (102) Jaylin Holmes, DE, Ohio ST

5-157 Tyler Conklin, TE C. Michigan

5 (167) Daniel Carlson, K , Auburn

6 Colby Gossett OG Appalachian ST

6 (218) Ade Aruna, DE, Tulane

7 (225) Devante Downs, LB, Cal

2017 Picks:

2 (41) Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State
3 (70) Pat Elflein, OC, Ohio State
4 (109) Jaleel Johnson, DL/NT Iowa
4 (120) Ben Gedeon, LB, Michigan
5 (170) Rodney Adams WR S. Florida
5 (180) Danny Isidora OG Miami
6 (201) Bucky Hodges, WR V-Tech
7 (219) Stacy Coley, WR Miami
7- Ifeadi Odenigbo DL Northwestern
7 (232) Elijah Lee, LB Kansas State
7 (245) Jack Tocho, CB NC State

Key F.A. Signed:

Ameer Abdullah RB

Josh Kline OG

Brett Jones OC 

Anthony Barr LB
Shamar Stephen DT

Key F.A.:   
Tom Johnson DT
Aldrick Robinson WR
Anthony Harris SS 
Rashod Hill OT
C.J. Ham RB  
Josiah Price TE 

Key F.A. Lost:

Nick Easton OC

Latavius Murray RB

Tom Compton OT 

Cedrick Lang TE

Sheldon Richardson DT

George Iloka FS 

Andrew Sendejo SS

Marcus Sherels CB

Trevor Siemian QB

The Team: Spielman loves his best available athletes. They are switching to a Zone blocking scheme. Where athleticism is even more important. They want their OLs blocking on the move laterally to open cut back lanes for the RB. This system fits Bradbury to a T. 

The PlayerBradbury is the best zone blocking OC in this Draft. He is a true athletic freak at OC. Great feet. He is always moving his feet. Great power base that keeps him in balance and enables him to give heavy hits. He moves bigger guys. Great low base to win leverage almost every time. 

He can give the heavy punch that rocks rushers. Elite at grabbing shirt and moving down the line in run blocks. He plays with the nasty of old school OCs. He lives to pancake the bigger DLs, and grind their bones into the dirt. I don't care how good your O-line is, he will make it better.

Terrific toughness and smarts. He will run the O-line, and be the guy teams want to run behind. As defenses get faster and faster more teams are running more dives, misdirections, and zone schemes to keep the fast guys off their RBs. He excels at all of that. He excels at all the ways the run game is changing now a days, with the speed and passing games making defenses all smaller and faster. 

Great reach blocker. Great hook blocker. He is great at every kind of block you want to be on the move for. Elite bursting to the second level and taking out LBs. He can stalemate the biggest of the biggest OLs with zone blocks. Any block that involves the feet he is elite at doing, and what doesn't involve the feet for OLs. He is a legit Day One OC. A rare commodity indeed. Great hands. 

FLA ST: Great feet moving backwards in pass pro. Great balance. I love how he moves back in pass pro with his hands held high. Teams don't want to rush his lane, so as soon as one DT or the other gets an  advantage, he turns and smacks him down. Primarily a zone blocker, but he can grab shirt and hold on when the big DT knocks him a few yards back, and stop him. Great balance and recovery against pure power. He's great at getting either shoulder and turning the DT with power.

BC: Solid, smart, tough interior Day Two OC. Not sure he can prove more this week. However, he definitely proved more at the Senior Bowl. He showed he was one of the top five OLs in this Class. He plays with great power and balance. Short and stick for an OL, but is strong as an ox. He can flow over to his right, and punch the DT the ORG is blocking almost off his feet. Great hip torque.

Effortless in switching off stunts and leads with his hands and into the head butt. Just a stunning burst off the snap. I don't know if I can explain it right. He has the best initial burst off the snap of any OL I've seen (there, I did it;). Zone blocking teams are going to be freaking out for hits guy. 

Clemson: Nice lateral burst to right, and can stop and turn back to get the LB blitzing behind him. He will miss the TD on the backside when the QB is rolling out to the other side. Great zone blocking against the much bigger DT. I love his hands in pass pro. He can stick his right hand into the DT's chest as the ORG grabs him, and grab the other DT with his left hand and jam him into the OLG's block. Fantastic smarts and technique. Plays stronger then he should. Powerful punches. 

Great job doubling to either side. He is amazing getting to the second level in space, and can put the Safety instantly on skates moving 10-yards backwards. He can catch the blitzer and stop him in a few steps. He is so good on the double jamming the DL as he moves to side to block the LB, and even turn the LB into the Safety trying to fill the hole. Amazing power and leverage in hands. Great sinking his hip. Always seems to have leverage. Heavy hands. He is an all out all the time guy.  

Senior Bowl: He is a force in the run game. He can turn and slam the 3-Tech trying to jump past him and drive him back. He can play OG as well. He is great getting outside on the pull, finding a target, and destroying him. That is what he does best. He blocks on the move as well as anyone in this Draft. HE made a lot of money at the Senior Bowl. He looked his stock up as the number one Interior OL, in a zone blocking scheme. Knack for turning as the RB runs behind his back. 

Which is his problem. He is a very scheme specific player. I think he can play in any scheme after watching him at the Senior Bowl. However, he is a zone blocking maven. So he has to go to a zone blocking scheme team. Plug and play interior OL. He will miss a block and then turn and the DL off his feet. He plays through the Whistle. Nasty dude in all the right ways. Pro Bowl potential. 

The Reason: He is the most athletic OL in this Draft. They have shifted their scheme to zone blocking where athleticism is more Important than size. Bradbury is a rare athlete, the best available athlete and the best fir for their zone blocking system. He would be their third interior OL attention, but it would complete the inside of their O-line for a long time. NC ST did more zone blocking runs than any other team in college last season. They need him to run their O-line. 

Spielman loves the best athlete available philosophy. Jacobs is that guy here.  

Second Choice: Josh Jacobs RB




**Byron Murphy

CB Washington

5-11, 190, (O) 4.55, 

10' Broad, 36.5"Vert, 

30.1" Arms, 14 Reps,  

WR, DL, TE, OG, OLB, OL, Nickel, OC, Edge, TE, OL, DL, DB. 

2018 Picks:

1 (22) Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama
2 (41) Harold Landry, DE, BC
5 (152) Dane Crulkshank, FS, Arizona.
6-199 Luke Falk, QB, Washington ST.

2017 Picks:

1 (5) Corey Davis WR, W. Michigan
1 (18) Adoree’ Jackson, CB, USC
3 Taywan Taylor WR, W. Kentucky
3 (100) Jonnu Smith, TE, FIU
5 (155) Jayon Brown, LB, UCLA
6 (217) Corey Levin OL Chattanooga
7 (227) Josh Carraway, LB TCU
7 (236) Brad Seaton, OT, Villanova
7 (241) Khalfani Muhammad, RB, California

Key F.A. Signed:

Ryan Tannehill QB

Adam Humphries WR
Kevin Pamphile OT
Rodger Saffold OG

Cameron Wake EDGE
Kenny Vaccaro SS

Key F.A.:
Brian Orakpo OLB 
Derrick Morgan OLB 
Bennie Logan DT 
Brynden Trawick SS 
Kenny Vaccaro SS 
Kevin Pamphile OG 
Will Compton ILB 
Nate Palmer ILB 
Kendrick Lewis FS
Jalston Fowler FB 
David Fluellen RB
Tye Smith CB 
Deontae Skinner OLB

Key F.A. Lost:

Josh Kline OG

Quinton Spain OG 

Luke Stocker TE 

The Team: Vrabel is building a terrific defense down in Tennessee. It could be scary the next few years if he can pick up a another CB. Logan Ryan is in the final year of his contract. They don't really have a 3rd corner, or anyone behind the two Patriots CBs they stole. 

They needs to get a weapon to help their young QB. But I'm not a fan of the WRs here. However there is a big tall fast guy who can catch the  ball like a WR available. 

The Player: Murphy turn into a great player during the season. He was the best Corner in college football the second half of the season. He can get tough at the point on a WR Screen. He slammed the WR blocking him back into the WR trying to catch the bubble screen, and he knocked the ball out. Usually takes the WR who runs the deep route when Twins line up in front of him. He can put a big hit on the TE when he catches the ball in front of him. He reminds me of Logan Ryan.

Ohio State: He will pretend to cover the WR, even when he turns to block him, and continuing retreating so he can’t touch him. He will slightly curve over the middle deep sometimes when he sees the Dive. He will attack over the WR, on the WR screen to the slot guy on his side. That is the most physical I saw him get so far. He has some snap turning and running outside. 

He likes to turn and run 3/4ers after the snap. Great feel for the WR behind. He runs easily with the deep WR. He just doesn’t struggle with anything athletically. He doesn't rush inside to stop the run very much. Mostly waits outside. But he is a tough tackler. He can get to the RB on the edge and knock him back on his butt with a fierce form tackle. He is a pure finesse CB. 

Great job moving back and angling outside. He will stay covering his man, even when he is watching the RB run up the middle. He has no interest in moving inside to help out in the run game. But he will step up when the RB bounces it outside to his side. He will knock the out of bounds when the RB gets down the sideline. He might be the most physical run defender at CB.

Murphy is a marvel on the field. He should go higher than this. But if he is the Board they cannot pass on him. Elite cover guy that consistently shut down the WR on the QB's right all season. Great feet and smooth hips make him elite. His speed at the Combine will determine how high he goes. I really like this kid. He is tough in the run game. He has to run faster at his Proday. He needs a 4.4 next to his name to go this high.

A 4.55 was a 2nd Round number for him. That is why he prefers to play off. Whoever has no trouble with him in Off is going to get a good one on Day Two. Great quick pedal. Great feet. Smooth transition. Quick tight pedal. Instant transition. Love his hips. Nice burst out of transition where he turns his back to the QB. Elite adjustment to the ball. Great quicks out of transition. Nice click and close. Nice transition. Great acceleration out of break. No drop in first gauntlet. No drop in 2nd gauntlet. 

2018: Started all 14 games at cornerback in 2018 ... five tackles as a starter against Auburn in the season opener ... also made five stops in the win over North Dakota ... five tackles, including one for a loss, and four pass break-ups in the win at Utah ... two tackles against Arizona State ... six tackles, two tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a pass break-up in the win over BYU ... had four tackle in the win at UCLA ... six tackles and two pass break-ups at Oregon ... notched four tackles in the win over Colorado ... had three tackles, including half of a tackle for loss, at California ... seven tackles, including half of a tackle for a loss, and also had an interception in the Husky win over Stanford ... made six tackles in the UW win over Oregon State ... had two tackles and made an interception in the endzone in the Apple Cup win at WSU ... named the MVP of the Pac-12 Championship Game, when he scored the game's only touchdown on a 66-yard interception return ... also had another interception in that win over the Utes ... also earned the Husky coaches' defensive player of the game for the Pac-12 title game ... two stops against Ohio State in the Rose Bowl

The Reason: This is a best player available pick, or maybe I'm just trying to find a way for Fant to drop. Would Vrabel give up this pick (Fant) for 32 and 64? There have been discussions about trading up to between 15 and 20, just about the time the finalized a deal with the Titans and Vrabel to have of week of preseason practice together. What a coincidence. 

This will benefit both teams a ton on the preparation aspect for next season. "Clearly you know all the head coaches, but you have a better relationship with some of the other ones, and Bill is one that I have a better relationship with. So it was, 'Hey, we’re putting in to play you guys in the preseason. And Bill was like, 'Can we come to Nashville and practice?'" Vrabel said. "I think that would be a great idea. We practiced against the Patriots when we were in Houston. And I feel like they are a good team to practice against just because of the same expectations. Trying to get stuff done. Trying to get things accomplished but not fighting or anything." Another positive aspect of this meeting could be a trade.

You don't trade for a slot, you trade up for a player. "According to a source, the Patriots have had preliminary discussions about trading up in the 1st round," Hannable wrote. "The source indicated the Patriots are looking at the 15-20 range. If the Patriots were to do this, using the draft pick value chart, it would likely take their 1st round pick [32], a 2nd round pick [64] and a 3rd round pick [101]." 19 would be the perfect place to pick up Fant. 

He is an athletic marvel, who can also block. They also could be looking at a QB here. But I think the QBs Lock and Jones will be gone. It will be very interesting to see if this deal can be worked out. The other outside guy could be N'Keal Harry, who I think will be the second best WR in this Draft. He played in the Slot a lot, but lined up primarily on the QB's left. He is a phenomenal talent and just a freak on the field like Fant. 

Second Choice: Trade Pick to Patriots so they can draft Noah Fant TE



Defense: 3-4

*N'Keal Harry-


6-4, 218, 33"Arm, 

(0) 4.53, 10'2"Br,

38.5"Vert, 27 Reps, 


2018 Picks:

1-28 Terrell Edmunds FS Virginia T
2 James Washington, WR, OK ST
3-76 Mason Rudolph, QB, OK ST
3 (92) Chukwuma Okorafor, OLT, Western Michigan
5 (148) Marcus Allen, FS Penn ST
5 (165) Jaylen Samuels TE, NC ST
7 (246) Joshua Frazier NT Alabama

2017 Picks:

1 (30) T.J. Watt, OLB, Wisconsin
2 JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, USC
3 (94) Cameron Sutton, DB, Tenn
3 (105) James Conner, RB, Pitt
4 (135) Joshua Dobbs, QB, Tenn
5 (173) Brian Allen, DB, Utah
6 (213) Colin Holba, LS, Louisville
7 Keion Adams, DE, W. Michigan

Key F.A. Signed:

Tyrod Taylor QB

Donte Moncrief WR
Eli Rogers WR

Ramon Foster OG

Dan McCullers DT

Mark Barron OLB

Steven Nelson CB

Key Free:

Leterrius Walton DE

Tyson Alualu DE 

Anthony Chickillo OLB 

Daniel McCullers DT
Nat Berhe SS 
Stevan Ridley RB 
L.J. Fort ILB
Xavier Grimble TE
B.J. Finney OC
Eli Rogers WR
Jesse James TE  
Zach Banner OT
Mike Hilton CB
Jordan Dangerfield FS
Matt Feiler ORT 
Ryan Malleck TE 
Jake McGee TE 
Keith Kelsey ILB
Malik Golden S

Key F.A. Lost:

Le'Veon Bell RB

Antonio Brown WR

Morgan Burnett SS

The Team: They need help on offense. They need a young QB and an RB. Unless of course, Tomlin sees a great young OLB/passrusher who can fit in his defense. A WR to attempt to replace Antonio Brown wouldn't hurt.

They need help on defense. "The game has changed," Colbert said. "Look, we sacked the quarterback at a very good rate, but our takeaways are not very good at all. It’s really reflective on the players we have back there. What we want to look at, what we want to value looking forward, is let’s value the takeaway-capable guys who have shown they’ve been able to do that in college." They will be looking for some speed off the edge.
They have always loved the Edgerusher in the 1st Round. "Our game has always been about getting physical players who can come off the edge and close off the edge and make a tackle," Colbert said. "But are they doing that at the expense of not making plays on the football? We have to maybe try to find that balance and maybe be more open to the concept that the game is constantly changing, and if you want playmakers in the back end, then find someone who has done it." They have been getting the pressure.
But the the INTs on the backend. "You would think that it would. But sometimes it does, and sometimes it doesn’t," Colbert said. "Artie Burns had five great interceptions as a senior at Miami, and right now Artie is trying to find his game. He had more interceptions than all but one other cornerback in that draft. You hoped that would transfer and early it showed that it might, but right now he has to re-find it." I got your huckleberry. 

The Player: 4/02 N'Keal Harry: The Best WR In The Draft, But...

The Reason: Harry is a freakish WR, who I think will develop into a Number One. I'm not thrilled with the Bolden comparisons, but he does kind-ah reminds me of Antonio Brown.  

Baker is not the best guy at getting INTs. But he will start across form Haden and give them some great man coverage.  

Second Choice: Bryon Murphy CB 



Defense: 4-3

**Greedy Williams


6-1 7/8", 185, 

31 1/2" Arms,

(U) 4.38, (O) 4.37, 


CB, DE, LB, FS, OG, OL, LB, WR, 

2018 Picks:

1-27 Rashaad Penny RB San Diego
3 (79) Rasheem Green, DL, USC
4 (120) Will Dissly, DE Washington
5 (141) Shaquem Griffin, LB, UCF
5 (146) Tre Flowers, FS, OK ST
5 (149) Michael Dickson, P, Texas
5 (168) Jamarco Jones, OLT, Ohio ST
6 (186) Jake Martin, DL, Temple
7 (220) Alex McGough, QB, FIU

2017 Picks:

2 Malik McDowell DT Michigan ST
2 (58) Ethan Pocic, OL LSU
3 (90) Shaquill Griffin DB UCF
3 (95) Delano Hill, FS Michigan
3 (102) Nazir Jones, DT UNC
3 (106) Amara Darboh WR Michigan
4-111 Tedric Thompson SS Colorado
6 (187) Mike Tyson, SS, Cincinnati
6 Justin Senior ORT Mississippi
7 (226) David Moore WR, E. Central
7-249 Christopher Carson RB OK ST


Key F.A. Signed:

D.J. Fluker OG
Mike Iupati OG
Frank Clark DE
Mychal Kendricks LB
K.J. Wright LB

Jason Myers KR

Key F.A.:

K.J. Wright OLB 
Justin Coleman CB 
D.J. Fluker OG 
Mike Davis RB 
Frank Clark DE
Maurice Alexander SS
Tyler Ott LS 
Joey Hunt OC 
J.D. McKissic RB 
Quinton Jefferson DE
Branden Jackson DE 
T.J. Green S
Brett Hundley QB 
Malik Turner WR 
Akeem King SS 
Trevone Boykin QB 
Darrell Daniels TE 
George Fant OT 
Tre Madden RB  
David Moore WR 
Jordan Simmons OT
Austin Calitro ILB 

Key F.A. Lost:

Earl Thomas FS 

Shamar Stephen DT 

Justin Coleman CB

J.R. Sweeny OG

The Team: Pete Carroll is always looking for passrushers, especially speed rushers. 

They are still looking to replace Richard Sherman.

The Player: Greedy got a little high in transition. "Definitely, I’ve got to step that up," Greedy said. "And get that right. And get the right technique." He has to sink his hips better in pedal. 

Needs to work on his pedal. "They’re going to get a guy who works hard," Greedy said. "A guy dedicated to winning. Definitely put the team first. Always grew up playing football. Get a man who knows the responsibility. Who wants to come in and have a big impact on the team,″ He has to sink his hips better. 

He does not always look like he is interested in tackling. "I put a high priority on tackling just in general for our team and I don’t think we can change that depending on whatever position it is," Matt Patricia said, as I was sticking Greedy in at 8. "You’ve got to find the right balance because obviously the biggest thing they’ve got to do is be able to cover in those situations. But understand that some of the players on the other side of the ball are pretty good, too. They’re going to catch the ball and what you want to make sure that happens is that they’re tackled right away and they don’t turn those plays, whatever they are, into bigger plays." He could fall out of the top ten. 

But there are just not a lot of guys with his size, speed, and cover instants. His best transition was when he flipped around and put his back to the QB. Then he tracked it and went up and snagged it over his head. Good click and close. He got low and used the feet. He stop working out at the Combine do to cramps. 

No drop in first gauntlet. No drop in 2nd gauntlet. Greedy is a Redshirt Soph. So he was able to declare. They had more Redshirt Sophomores declare than ever before this year. He has great size and feet. He can play the ball in the air like a WR. We will see his size and speed at the Combine. If he has the track speed, like his field speed, he will be a top ten pick. 

Smooth hips turning upfield. Ultra focus on WR gives him an edge in the passing game, but he can be taken advantage of in the run game by running the outside WR deep and running behind him. Great quick feet when he turns and runs. I'd like to see more jabs and chucks from him, but his ability to turn and run without contact fits today's NFL. 

Overview: Tremendous cover corner that capped his LSU career as a finalist for the Thorpe Award as the nation’s top defensive back … First Team All-America in 2018 after earning third team honors as a redshirt freshman in 2017 …Two-time first team All-SEC selection … Played in 24 games with 24 starts during his LSU career … Led the SEC in interceptions in 2017 with six … Finished career with eight interceptions, 71 tackles and 28 passes defended … Cornerback with a big frame ... Has great instincts and tremendous ball skills ... Full name is Andraez but goes by Greedy … Grandmother nicknamed him Greedy when he was young … Older brother Rodarius is a starting cornerback for Oklahoma State … Grew up playing youth league football with Devin White.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2018): Started all 12 regular season games at cornerback for the Tigers … Did not play in the Fiesta Bowl, instead opted to make himself eligible for the 2019 NFL Draft … Finalist for the Thorpe Award as the nation’s top defensive back … First team All-America from Walter Camp, Football Writers and American Football Coaches Association … Second team All-America from the Associated Press and Sporting News … First team All-SEC for second straight year from the AP … Capped year with 33 tackles, two interceptions, 11 passes defended … Registered a career-best 10 tackles in win over Ole Miss … Interceptions came in wins over Southeastern Louisiana and Auburn … Broke up three passes in win over Arkansas.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2017): The top freshman cornerback in all of college football … Started every game at left cornerback for LSU … Totaled six interceptions for 32 return yards … The third player in the SEC since 2008 to lead the league in passes defended and interceptions …Became the first LSU player since Craig Steltz in 2007 to lead the SEC in interception … Finished with 38 tackles, 17 passes defended and 11 pass breakups … Intercepted passes against BYU, Chattanooga, Arkansas and Texas A&M for no return … Took the opening pass against Syracuse 28 yards for his third interception of the year … Also had an interception for four yards in the Citrus Bowl against Notre Dame.

The Reason: Seahawks are known for taking chances on talent over character, like Frank Clark. If his knee checks and he is on the Board, this could be his landing spot.  

Second Choice: Devin Bush LB



Defense: 3-4

**Hollywood Brown

WR Oklahoma

5-9, 166, 30 1/2" Arms, 



2018 Picks:

1-25 Hayden Hurst TE S. Carolina
1-32 Lamar Jackson, QB Louisville
3 (83) Orlando Brown Jr, OL, OK
3 (86) Mark Andrews, TE, OK
4 Anthony Averett, CB Alabama
4 (122) Kenny Young, LB, UCLA.
4 Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico
5 (162) Jordan Lasley, WR, UCLA.
6 (190) DeShon Elliott, SS, Texas.
6 (212) Greg Senat, OL, Wagner.
6 Bradley Bozeman, OC Alabama
7 (238) Zach Sieler, DE Ferris ST

2017 Picks:

1 Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
2 (47) Tyus Bowser, OLB, Houston
3-74 Chris Wormley DL Michigan
3 (78) Tim Williams, OLB, Alabama
4 (122) Nico Siragusa, OL, San Diego State
5 Jermaine Eluemunor OG, A&M
6 Chuck Clark, DB, Virginia Tech

Key FA Signed:

Nick Boyle TE
Mark Ingram RB
Earl Thomas FS 

Key F.A.:
C.J. Mosley ILB 
Robert Griffin III QB 
Maxx Williams TE BAL 
Brent Urban DE
Ty Montgomery RB  
Javorius Allen RB 
Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB
Alex Collins RB 
Patrick Onwuasor ILB
Hroniss Grasu OC 
Nick Boyle TE 
Matt Skura OC
Jermaine Eluemunor OG
Michael Pierce D
Quincy Adeboyejo WR
Chris Board LB 
De’Lance Turner RB
Gus Edwards RB

Key F.A. Lost:

Terrell Suggs OLB 

Za'Darius Smith Edge
John Brown WR 

The Team: They have never recovered from the loss of Steve Smith. They have not even tried. They have not drafted a WR on Day One or Day Two in the past three Drafts. No wonder Jackson looked so terrible in the Playoffs.

Ravens need an Edge guy to help their defense. Sweat just keeps proving he is a top Edge guy over and over again. This is such a typical Ravens pick. 

The Player2/20 Marquise Brown: The Best Pure Speed WR In 2019 Draft. But...

The Reason: How can your QB help you win when you don't give him anyone to throw too. But they need an edge guy just as much as a WR. Best Player Available. 

He reminds me of Patriots killer Terrell Suggs, who was not the most athletic rusher ever, but was fierce and had a great knack for hitting the quarterback.

Second Choice: AJ Brown WR