is a big one. Alabama Vs. Missouri with Alabama loaded up to dominate the
Draft again in the 2020 Draft.
From 2021 Player Ratings:
II- CB Alabama, 6-2, 203,
#2- He is my 9th rated
player in the 2021 NFL Draft review: Long tall CB with great
smarts and instincts. He doesn’t give up much. I mean, WRs can
struggle to just get off the line. He doesn’t give up anything.
Knows how to cut off the WR. Knows how to trap him on the line: Read More.
DT/DE, Alabama, 6-5, 292, #89- Big D-end who you cannot run
at. Quicker and more agile than a guy his size should be. Super
athletic and twitchy. He can get cut blocked to the ground, power
up instantly and hit the RB. Great eye discipline, he had a Sack
against Mississippi State on a Flea-Flicker:
CB, Alabama, 6-1, 192, #28- Young. He has some snap in his
hips. Plays the man not the ball. When he gets his hand on the WR
first he wins. Best in Press. Twitchy. Tall. Aggressive. Good
hitter. Not afraid of the physical stuff. He plays Off. Good job
holding his position infront of the WR. Primarily a special teamer
last season: Read More.
DL, RS-Soph, Alabama, 6-5, 310, #58- When he gets the QB in
his sights, he smacks him down. Big huge dude who devastates QBs
when he tackles them. He looks bigger than his listed weight.
Remarkable size, speed, strength combo, with terrific football
skills, instincts and smarts: Read More.
*DylanMoses- 6-3, 235, ILB,
Alabama, #32- He did not play in 2020. I had him rated at 82 in
2019 and 92 in 2020:
I’m not his biggest fan. I was not a big fan of Mack Wilson, who
I though was slow to the hole. He needs to have more impact plays
this season. He played OLB in Even fronts sometimes and in odd
fronts at ILB. He led Alabama last season (2018) with 86 tackles: Read
RB Brian Robison Jr.,
OLT, Alabama, 6-6, 312, #70- He has very long arms, and plays
at arm’s length very well. He was the best Left Tackle in the
SEC. He faced the best and fastest rushers in the SEC and he only
gave up 2 Sacks and 3 hurries last season! Read
WR, Alabama, 6-1, 175, #6- He reminds me of Antonio Brown.
Only hopefully without the chaos. He has become a star. On a team
with some elite WRs, he has taken over as maybe the best. He has
shown a knack for catching TDs in the past two weeks: Ole Miss and
A&M. Phenomenal speed in pattern. Read More.
WR Alabama, 5-10, 182, #17- Like Donta Smith, when he got on
the field he dominated. He is a smaller, probably a Slot WR, in
the NFL. When he gets the ball in his hands he is dynamic. He is
field fast in the SEC. He could get lost in the shuffle in the
Draft next year. But he can play. Read More.
6-2, 230, RB, Alabama, #22- He
is a serious 1st Round talent who still has a lot of tread on his
tires, because of the Alabama system of having three or four top
RB recruits on the team every season. I’d take him in the 1st,
but he is most likely to drift into the 2nd Round because of
position. I like him more than Josh Jacobs. But, Harris will end
up with a lot more career carries at Alabama than Jacobs. Read More.
ORG, Alabama, Rs-Sr, 6-4, 350, #65-
Plays with good knee bend. Quick and balanced in pass pro. When he
plays with his hands up you can’t beat him in pass pro. Good
zone blocker. Smooth moving laterally with one arm holding off the
DT. Teams refuse to rush his lane, which is saying something when
you look at their O-line last season.
From 2021 Player Ratings:
WR, Missouri, Rs-Sr, 6-2, 215, #14-
He transferred from Virginia Tech to Missouri this season. Good
feet. Can run patterns at s: Read More.
OLB, Missouri, 6', 232, #32- 2020
Athlon Sports Preseason First Team All-American. 2020 Nagurski
Trophy Watch List. 2020 Butkus Award Watch List. 2020 Phil Steele
Preseason Second Team All-American. 2019 First Team All-SEC (AP,
Coaches). 2019 Third team All-American (Pro Football Focus). SEC's
Top Graded Linebacker (91.1 in 2019). SEC's Leading Tackler:
8.92/game (2019). SEC Defensive Player of the Week (9/9/19). 2019
SEC Academic Honor Roll.
SEASON: Was one of
the nation’s most dominant linebackers through the entirety of
the 2019 season, despite taking on an expanded role following the
injury to starting MLB Cale Garrett, who was also having an
All-American caliber season at the time of his injury … Pro
Football Focus Third Team All-American during his true sophomore
season … Earned a season-grade of 91.1 from Pro Football Focus,
making him the SEC’s top-graded linebacker … Earned All-SEC
First Team honors from both the league’s coaches and the
Associated Press after posting a team-best 107 tackles … His 107
tackles were the SEC’s top-mark during the regular season, and
only LSU’s Jacob Phillips, who played in 15 games vs. Bolton’s
12, finished ahead of Bolton on the SEC tackle chart (113 in 15
games): Read More.
K.J.Costello- 6-5, 222, QB,
Mississippi ST- I
like Costello as a QB more than most. He transferred to Miss ST.
He is smart and tough and knows the offense like the back of his
hand. I’m not saying he is Elway, but I like the way he plays
QB. If you have the size, the arm, and the athleticism to play QB
in the NFL, what is the difference between the good, the bad, and
the ugly: Read More.
He has some power. Does a good job in pass pro. He can pick up the
LB from either side and block him away from his QB. Shifty inside
to make the DT miss. Very interesting RB. Nice power and speed to
run through the LB going high.
powerful running back who can make defenders miss and has a gear
to take it the distance. Won the starting role during fall camp
last year. One of the top running backs in the SEC in yards after
contact. Has not fumbled in 195 career carries. Enters junior
season with 1,127 career rushing yards and six touchdowns on 195
carries and 26 receptions and four touchdowns for 214 receiving
6-5, 210, WR- Big and imposing outside target who is a deep-play threat … Go-to receiver as a sophomore and junior … Enters senior year with 60 career catches for 908 yards and 10 touchdowns in 35 games played … Recorded at least one catch in 25 of his 35 career games … Owns five career games with five-plus receptions (three in 2019, two in 2018). 2019 (Junior Season: Appeared in all 13 games with 11 starts … Led team in receiving yards (430) and receiving touchdowns (6) and was No. 3 in receptions (29) … Each of his team-leading six touchdown receptions went for 20-plus yards … Recorded multiple receptions in seven contests … Opened the season with a touchdown in each of the first three games, becoming the first MSU player with a touchdown reception in three straight games since Chad Bumphis (2012). vs. Louisiana
WR, Miss ST, 6-1, 180- Top-ranked junior college wide receiver coming out of Northwest Mississippi Community College … Versatile playmaker that made two starts over 13 appearances in 2019 … Saw time on offense and special
LB, 6-1, 250- Team Captain. Smart, instinctive,
hard-hitting senior who is one of the best linebackers in college
football … Made 29 straight starts at middle linebacker after
assuming the starting role for the final three games of his
redshirt freshman season … Owns five double-digit tackle games
in his career … Enters his senior season with 217 total tackles,
including 18.0 for loss and 6.5 sacks, in 39 games played.
2019 (Junior Season). Started all 13 games at middle linebacker
… Ranked No. 15 in the SEC with a team-leading 84 stops …
Logged 3.5 tackles for loss and 0.5 sack on the year … Added one
forced fumble and one fumble recovery. vs. Louisiana (8/31):
Posted a team-high 10 stops – including nine solo … Recovered
a fumble in the second quarter, which led to Mississippi State’s
second score of the game, a Nick Gibson 8-yard touchdown run.
Southern Miss (9/7).
NT, LSU, RS-Jr, 6-3, 346, #72- Big nose tackle dude.
Plays and stays low and has some heavy hands. Powerful Nose Tackle
that makes stacking the OC and catching the RB at the LOS look
easy. Smart player who is smart enough to know that you can’t
play politics with a Plague and declared.
16. $*KaryVincent- Nickel/CB/FS, LSU,
5-10, 187, #5- He was LSU’s starting Nickel in 2019. He has opt out due to Corvid-19 to prepare for the 2021 draft. He has some excellent ball skills. He can play the ball in the air. He can attack the catch point and grab the WR hands as the ball arrives. Great talent who was lost in the shuffle a little at LSU.
Strong Safety, LSU, 6-2, 230, #3-
Big hitter. He would rather hit the WR over the middle than try to
make a play on the ball. Mean and nasty dude. When he hits guys
you can see it shake their body. A true hitter who knocks guys
backwards off their feet. He was All-SEC 2nd Team last season,
which is a big deal.
WR, LSU, 6-1, 200, #1- He
is my guy. Best WR in this Draft. He was the best WR on an LSU
team with Justin Jefferson, who I wanted the Pats to Draft at 23.
He won the Biletnikoff over Henry Ruggs, Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb,
Jalen Reagor, and Brandon Aiyuk. He has smartly opted out and
declared for the 2021 draft. Read More.
WR, LSU, 6-3, 200, #6-
Outside WR. Should be a One or Two in the NFL. Very talented in
LSU’s elite Receiver Corps. He should get a lot more
opportunities this season. He had 12 TD catches despite all the
top talent that Burrow had to share the passes with. He lined up
in the slot a lot.
A Citizen! Not a Subject!
is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the
cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.
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:
1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written
by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of
citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want
to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article
in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated: