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Picks 1-11.

Picks 12-22.

Picks 23-32.

2nd Round: 

Picks 33-48.

Picks 49-64.

3rd Round

Picks 65-87.

Picks 88-98.

Picks 99-100.

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Key Needs:

Team Moves:


Vegas Baby!

Defense: 4-3

*Henry Ruggs III

WR Alabama

5-11, 188, (U) 4.28-4.31

10"11' Broad! 42"Vert!

Edge, DT, WR, RB? LB, CB, DB, OL, LB, 

2019 Picks:

1-4 Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson
1-24 Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
1-27 Johnathan Abram SS, Miss ST
2-40 Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
4-106 Maxx Crosby DE, E. Michigan
4-129 Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston
4-137 Foster Moreau, TE, LSU
5 Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson
7-230 Quinton Bell, DE Prairie View

2018 Picks:

1 (24) Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State
2 (56) Obi Melifonwu, FS, UConn
3 (88) Eddie Vanderdoes, DT, UCLA
4 (129) David Sharpe, OL, Florida
5 (168) Marquel Lee LB Wake Forest
7 (221) Shalom Luani, DB, Wash ST
7 (231) Jylan Ware, OL, Alabama ST
7 (242) Elijah Hood, RB, UNC
7 (244) Treyvon Hester, DT, Toledo

Key F.A. Signed:

Marcus Mariota, QB

Jordan Howard RB

Rod Smith RB

Nelson Agholor WR

Jojo Natson WR

Jason Witten TE

Nick O'Leary TE

Andrew Whitworth OLT?

Eric Kush OG

A'Shawn Robinson DT

Maliek Collins DT  

Carl Nassib DE

Cory Littleton ILB

Nick Kwiatkoski ILB

Leonard Floyd OLB

Jeff Heath DB

Eli Apple CB

Key F.A.: 

Vontaze Burfict LB
Isaiah Crowell RB
Mike Glennon QB
Denzell Good OT
Ryan Grant WR
Dwayne Harris WR
Richie Incognito OG
Nevin Lawson CB
Brandon Marshall LB
Doug Martin RB
Benson Mayowa DE
Jalen Richard RB
DeAndre Washington RB
Kyle Wilber LB
Daryl Worley CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Tahir Whitehead OLB

Michael Brockers DT

Marqui Christian DB/ST

Karl Joseph SS

The Team: The Raiders starting WRs right now are Zay Jones and Tyrell Williams, and their two primary back ups (Hunter Renfro and Rico Gafford) are not an up grade. Ruggs has the speed to change things for every WR on the roster. His speed changes coverages instantly. 

Gruden talked about getting more inside pressure last year. 

The Player: Ruggs is a pure speed guy with great size. He reminds me of TY Hilton (who will have one year left on his contract after this season and just hit his 30s). Ruggs has that knack for scoring TDs. He has scored 24 TDs in limited play at Alabama, mostly with pure speed. He ran a legit 4.28 Forty, which they changed to 4.27. He has the speed that Achilles himself dreamed of. 

CombineGreat hands. He catches everything. Was credited with only one drop on the season. Stunningly smooth runner for the fastest runner in the Draft. Amazing speed, but is not small. He also has good size for a WR. Runs good patterns. When he get one step, he is gone. Amazingly quick feet. Soft hands. Doesn't struggle catching the ball at 4.2 speeds. Willing blocker. He has a different 5th gear than other humans. Rocket like acceleration. Truly elite Speed and Explosion numbers. I turn to my wife and said the he would run between a 4.28 and a 4.31, and he ran exactly that, before they changed his first run to an Official 4.27. But I will always keep it at an Unofficial 4.28 and 4.31. 

The Reason: It has to start with helping Carr first. They keep threatening to get rid of him. But getting rid of a starting veteran QB, and his contract, is some nice BS on talk shows but not particularly possible under normal circumstances. So they need to get him some weapons. WR will fall in this Draft. And getting a WR with 4.28 speed at 12 is a steal. 

They are going to have to hit the D-line a couple of times in this Draft. If Kinlaw is available than they will have a very difficult tome passing on him. Long, tall, and quick as popping popcorn. He is a rare physical specimen, but still a little erratic.  

Second Choice: Javon Kinlaw DL



Defense: 4-3

*CeeDee Lamb

6-2, 197, WR/PR, Oklahoma


2019 Picks:

1-2 Nick Bosa, DE Ohio State
2-36 Deebo Samuel, WR S. Carolina
3-67 Jalen Hurd, WR Baylor
4-110 Mitch Wishnowsky, P Utah
5-148 Dre Greenlaw, LB Arkansas
6-176 Kaden Smith, TE Stanford
6-183 Justin Skule, OT Vanderbilt
6-198 Tim Harris, CB Virginia

2018 Picks:

1 (9) Mike McGlinchey, OL, ND
2 (44) Dante Pettis WR Washington
3 (70) Fred Warner, ILB, BYU
3 (95) Tavarius Moore DB, S. Miss
4 (128) Kentavius Street, DL, NC ST
5 (142) D.J. Reed, CB, Kansas State.
6 (184) Marcell Harris, DB, Florida
7 (223) Jullian Taylor DT, Temple
7 (240) Richie James WR, M. Tenn

Key F.A. Signed:

Joe Walker ILB

DeForest Buckner DL (Tr)

Kerry Hyder DT

Antonio Hamilton CB

Key F.A.:

Nick Mullens, QB

Garrett Celek, TE
Joshua Garnett, OG
Jordan Matthews, WR

Arik Armstead, DL
Malcolm Smith, LB
Jason Verrett, CB

Dontae Johnson, CB
Jimmie Ward, S

Key F.A. Lost:

Emmanuel Sanders WR

Levine Toilolo TE

Mike Remmers OT

The Team: 49ers will be in position to take the best player available at a need position. Getting a guy who could help Garoppolo become a Champion wouldn't hurt either. Tell me that seeing Deebo and Lamb on the field together wouldn't would be to see. 

The PlayerLamb is more dynamic after the catch than Jeudy, and an unholy terror on punt returns. He might have some trouble running routes in the NFL, as the Oklahoma system is a rather simplified in patterns. But, he does seem to have that knack for getting open in pattern. He can make elite adjustments to the ball in the air. Everyone is talking about his quick twitch Pirouette at his Proday. Elite catch radius. Goes up and gets the ball, and is better than an RB after the catch. 

Texas: Good job using change of speed in pattern. It is amazing how many guys he draws in coverage. It seemed like Texas was covering him two, three, or four guys on every position. He is so much stronger this season. He broke tackles and used explosive lateral burst to get past the three or four guys that were covering him. He broke more tackles with strength against Texas than be broke all last season. 

CAREER NOTES: Ranks first at OU with 24 career catches of at least 40 yards and with six career games of at least 160 receiving yards, second in career receiving TDs (32), third in career receiving yards (3,292) and career 100-yard receiving games (14), sixth in career receptions (173) and 15th in career all-purpose yards (3,799) ... his 19.0 yards per catch is highest average in school history among players with at least 130 receptions ... scored touchdowns by receiving, passing and rushing in his career ... leads nation’s non-seniors in career receiving TDs and career receiving yards
2019: Consensus All-American (earned first-team honors from AP, FWAA, Sporting News and Walter Camp Foundation) ... second-team AFCA All-American ... unanimous first-team All-Big 12 selection by league’s coaches and media ... a Biletnikoff Award and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award finalist ... started in all 13 of his games (missed Nov. 16 contest at No. 12 Baylor due to injury) ... tied for fifth nationally (led Big 12) with 14 receiving touchdowns ... ranked third in country and first in Big 12 with 21.4 yards per catch (most ever by an OU player with at least 50 receptions in a season) ... ranked 10th in country with 102.1 receiving yards per game despite ranking 71st with 4.8 catches per contest ... made at least one touchdown reception in nine of his 13 games (each of first six) and ranked second nationally with six games of 135-plus receiving yards ... caught four passes for 119 yards (including a 51-yarder) in CFP Semifinal at the Peach Bowl vs. No. 1 LSU (12/28) ... named Most Outstanding Player of Big 12 Championship after totaling 173 yards on eight receptions (included a 71-yarder that set up OU’s first touchdown) in win against No. 8 Baylor (12/7)

The Reason: Some think Lamb is the best WR in the Draft. I know the 49ers don't run the West Coast Offense anymore. But, Lamb was made to play WR in the West Coast Offense. This pick was a match made in history. 

Second Choice: Ezra Cleveland OLT



Defense: 4-3

Javon Kinlaw

NT/DT/5-T, S. Carolina

6-5, 324, 34.7" Arms! 

10 1/2" Hands, 


QB, CB, OLT, CB, Edge, DT, OL, DL, DB, 

2019 Picks:

1-5 Devin White, LB LSU
2-39 Sean Murphy-Bunting CB
3-94 Jamel Dean, CB Auburn
3-99 Mike Edwards, DB Kentucky
4-107 Anthony Nelson, DE Iowa
5-145 Matt Gay, K Utah
6-208 Scott Miller WR Bowling Green
7-215 Terry Beckner Jr, DT Missouri

2018 Picks:

1 (12) Vita Vea, DT, Washington
2 (38) Ronald Jones II, RB, USC
2 (53) M.J. Stewart, CB, UNC
2 (63) Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn.
3 (94) Alex Cappa OG Humboldt ST
4 (117) Jordan Whitehead, S Pitt
5 Justin Watson, WR Pennsylvania
6 (202) Jack Cichy, OB, Wisconsin

Key FA Signed:

Tom Brady (gulp) QB

Bryant Mitchell WR

Joe Haeg OG

Kevin Minter ILB

Ndamukong Suh DT

Rakeem Nunez-Roches DE

Andrew Adams DB

Key FA:

Jameis Winston QB

Blaine Gabbert QB

Breshad Perriman WR
Peyton Barber RB
Caleb Benenoch OT
Demar Dotson OT
Evan Smith OC
Cairo Santos K

Noah Spence DE

Deone Bucannon LB

Ryan Smith CB

Key FA Lost:

Jameis Winston QB

Carl Nassib DE

Beau Allen DT

Ndamukong Suh DT

The Team: Okay, they solved their QB situation, temporarily. Now they need to build a defense that can help the Goat win it all this season. He was not great last year and is now a year older. He doesn't have two great years left in his old bones, but he might have one very good year left. They can make a one year run at their 2nd Championship but that's it.

First and foremost they have to get their quarterback situation fixed. Winston is an Unrestricted Free Agent, and he seemed to lose it last season. They can Tag Winston, and force him back to Tampa. But I can't conceive of how either side will want to continue this failed relationship. So if they don't sign another QB than we know that they will be looking to draft a QB early in this Draft. 

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks-He is a beast mode DT. He still needs some refinement, but the Raiders need a big presence in the middle of their D-line. Plus, he is a steal at this point in the Draft.

Great get off. Twitchy and sudden initial burst but is inconsistent finding the ball and garnering stats. Nice job getting low and pushing the ORG up and holding him as he reads. He will line up further off the line than the other DLs, and I think he plays better a yard off the ball. His explosive blast off can get him in trouble sometimes, and a yard gives him a split second of extra time to read. 

He will drop off into coverage. He has some nice lateral quicks stunting inside. Rare size, speed, quick athlete. He can slip the double, disappear under them and emerge on the RB. Terrific job spinning out of the double team to find the RB. Terrific recovery athlete who can get powered back and fight his way out of it and find the ball carrier. When he guess the count, he will explode through the OC and knock him back into the RB.

He lined up in more different places in 2019 than in 2018. He was mostly a NT in 2018, but not in 2019. He was allowed to be a more explosive DT. Great explosion when lined up at 3-Tech to shoot the gap and get to the RB in the backfield. Pure one gapper who wins fast or gets in trouble. Amazing athlete who will line up on the nose and get held at the line by the double or triple team, and when the QB hands it off he can turn around and somehow tackle the RB from behind.

03/2020: Kinlaw is a terrific talent. He is built like a 5-Tech, but he really plays Nose tackle. He is a beast inside against the run. He also is slippery inside and when he gets pressure he scares QBs. He made a lot of money in the Senior Bowl practices. He is such a great inside rush. When he wins, no one gets to the QB faster than most. He played Nose Tackle at South Carolina. Which is a tough position to play at his height. He took a beating and kept coming. He was doubled and tripled by chips and traps all game long. He was listed at 305 as a Sophomore and Junior. 

He likes to grab and read. So he will lose a lot early, but then use his hands to gets to shed and get to the ball. He can be too nice sometimes. He is tall, and when he lets himself get pushed up he loses. He can grab the OL and control him with one hand pulling his shirt up and back. But he has to do more with that great initial burst. Great use of leverage. He can get under the Bigger OL, and power his whole body up, and force him out of leverage.

Combine: He showed up much heavier at the Combine than expected. He add 14-pounds of muscle form his listed weight at South Carolina. He was listed at USC at 310-pounds as a senior. He showed up at the Combine at 324-pounds. He is another guy that BB will have trouble passing on (especially with the loss of Shelton. He worked hard and got stronger, bigger, and tougher. Top notch long arms. Andrew Thomas measured 36"Arms, and I think Kinlaw was second at 34 7/8" Arms. I didn't see another over Kinlaw's, but I didn't check every player at the Combine. 

CAREER: Defensive tackle who earned All-America honors in his final campaign... appeared in 37 games over three seasons, making 34 starts... credited with 18.0 tackles for loss and 10.5 sacks... also forced three fumbles and recovered four fumbles... deflected 10 passes and logged seven quarterback hurries... blocked three kicks.
2019: Named Associated Press first-team All-America, second-team All-America by USA TODAY, was a first-team All-SEC selection by the Southeastern Conference coaches, and was a second-team All-SEC selection by the AP… also was a second-team All-SEC selection and a third-team All-American, according to Pro Football Focus… became the 25th first-team All-American in South Carolina football history… selected to play in the Reese’s Senior Bowl… named as one of six Dr. Harris Pastides Outstanding Student-Athlete Award winners… selected by his teammates as the winner of the MVP of the defense (Joe Morrison Award), the Most Productive Player on defense, the Unselfish Teammate Award for defense and the Tenacity Award for defense… selected as one of five permanent team captains… notched 35 tackles and 6.0 sacks, tying for eighth in the SEC… added four quarterback hurries, two pass breakups, two fumble recoveries and one blocked kick… had big game in 2019 season-opener vs North Carolina with four tackles, a sack, a fumble recovery and the third blocked field goal of his career… recorded four tackles and a sack against Alabama

The Reason: Buccs have a big choice here. Do they do something to help their D win it all this year? Or do they take a flier on the future. They have to decide how much a rookie will help them this year vs. how much Love could help them the next 10-12 years. I think they are probably more likely to sell out this year and go for the gold. Once I pull the dagger out of my heart, I know I will be rooting for Brady to get the Magnificent Seven next year. 

Second Choice: Jordan Love QB



Defense: 3-4

Denzel Mims-

WR Baylor

6-2 7/8, 207, (U) 4.4-4.39!

6.66 3-Cone! 4.43 SS, 

10' 11" Broad! 38.5"Vert! 

33 7/8" Arm, 16 Reps,

9.3" Hands,


WR, Edge, DE, DT, OC, OL, DB, LB, DL, 

2019 Picks:

1-20 Noah Fant, TE Iowa
2-41 Dalton Risner, ORT Kansas ST
2-42 Drew Lock, QB Missouri
3-71 Dre’Mont Jones, DT Ohio ST
5-156 Justin Hollins, LB Oregon
6-187 Juwann Winfree, WR Colorado

2018 Picks:

1 (5) Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State
2 (40) Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU
3 (71) Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon
3 (99) Isaac Yiadom, CB, BC
4 (106) Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa.
4 DeaSean Hamilton, WR, Penn ST
5 Troy Fumagalli, TE,Wisconsin.
6 (183) Sam Jones, OL Arizona ST
6 Keishawn Bierria,LB, Washington
7-226 David Williams, RB Arkansas

Key F.A. Signed:

Jeff Driskel QB

Melvin Gordon RB  

Graham Glasgow OG

Nick Vennett TE

Jeremiah Attaochu OLB

Joe Jones OLB

Key F.A.:

Devontae Booker, RB

Adam Gotsis, DL

Shelby Harris, DT

Billy Winn, DL

Will Parks, S

Justin Simmons, S

Key F.A. Lost:

Joe Flacco QB

Emmanuel Sanders WR 

Connor McGovern OC

Derek Wolfe, DL

Chris Harris CB

WIll Parks DB

The Team: Lock is now the starting QB for the Broncos. He has a cannon for an arm and throws a great accurate deep ball. He could use some help. They have to get him some weapons outside. The number one objective of Elway is to help Lock be all that he can be. He will make bad decisions sometimes. He was in a simple spread system, but he has a great arm. 

The Player: Mims put on a show at the Combine. He tested as the most athletic size-speed athlete at the Combine. He is a true freak outside the Z. His quicks, COD, size-speed and explosion numbers night be the best I've ever seen. Glides down the field at impossible speeds, like he is taking a stroll in the park. He will get the dropsies, and tends to look to run at least once a game, and drop the easy pass. A little more smarts and concentration is all he needs to be a HOF. 

Combine: Best blocking WR in the Draft. Big, physical, and aggressive blocking for teammates. Great production. He looks like he could run all day. Played in a wacky spread system. He will double catch it under pressure sometimes. Bad drop in first Gauntlet at the Combine. No drop 2nd Gantlet. Huge hands to engulf the football. Long armed long strider. Easy hands catcher deep. Smooth hands on high pass on Out route. He can be more smooth than twitchy. 
When you look at the history of Belichick, is there any way that he could pass on a 6-3 WR (when the Pats are so desperate for any and all weapons to help their young QB), who ran a sub-seven 3-Cone Drill at 6.66, BB's favorite Combine drill, and those speed and explosion numbers. I think that 23 (if the Pats pick there, which I cannot see them doing except for Mims, maybe) is his floor. But it is very tough to take a WR in the 1st in this Draft. 

The Reason: The Offense needs to change with the new young QB. They need to spread it out like they did at Missouri. He needs an outside speed WR to spread the field vertically. Can you imagine Sutton and Mims on the field together. No team as two big Corners who can match up against their size and speed.  

Second Choice: Ezra Cleveland OLT



Defense: 4-3

*Jordan Love-

QB, Rs-Jr, Utah State

6-4, 224, (U) 4.74

7.21 3-Cone, 4.52 SS, 

9'10"Broad, 35.5"Vert, 

QB, Edge, LB, DB, DL, NT, FS, DL, 

2019 Picks:

1-31 Kaleb McGary OT Washington
4-111 Kendall Sheffield, CB Ohio ST
4-135 John Cominsky DE Charleston
5-152 Qadree Ollison, RB Pittsburgh
5-172 Jordan Miller CB Washington
6-203 Marcus Green, RB Louisiana-Monroe

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

Key F.A. Signed:

Kenyan Drake RB (Tag)

Wes Schweitzer OG

Laquon Treadwell WR

Key F.A.:
Adrian Clayborn, DE
Jack Crawford, DE
Giorgio Tavecchio, K

Matt Bosher, P

Key F.A. Lost:

Austin Hooper, TE

Vic Beasley, OLB

De'Vondre Campbell O LB

Desmond Trufant CB

The Team: Love had some issues last season, but he was great in 2018. Then he lost all his best players on offense to the Draft. He is much better than he looked in 2019. But the question is? Is he better than he was in 2018. 

The Player: 36. *Jordan Love- 6-4, 220, QB, Rs-Jr, Utah State, #10– He can throw quick. He has a great high release which is tough to defend. Nice accuracy and ball placement. He consistently puts it on the WRs hands. He places it where they can run after the catch. Nice feet and balance in drop. Love his feet in his drop. He is a terrific foot athlete in the pocket. 

He will throw it to the wrong shoulder outside deep sometimes. He likes to throw high a lot. Sometimes dangerously too high. Lofts the ball a lot with touch. When he loses his feet, he can throw the stunningly bad pass. But mostly he has elite feet. So, it was a little shocking to see. He will overthrow it into triple coverage.

He can make the quick throw off the snap on the screen to give his RB time to run. Nice job looking outside at the RB in the flat. Then turning down field and throwing a bomb 40-yards down field over the top, right on his WR’s hands. He will riffle it to the Slot WR between the double team. He will block for the WR on the reverse. 

He has a nice play action standing in the pocket where he bends down a little, and then gets up and hits the WR over the top for the easy throw. He can put some zip on the pass outside to the RB so he can run for the 1st. He can throw it low and inside when the DB is high and outside in the Endzone.

He does a good job completing passes on 3rd and 4th down. He’ll reset the offense off the check from the sideline. Nice job dumping the ball off

to the RB after looking at three receivers downfield. He can take the huge hit trying to run on 3rd and goal down on the goal line and get his helmet ripped off. Then get up and complete the pass for the TD on the next pass. Tough kid who can hold it together mentally after the big helmet ejecting hit by the big DT. 

2018 (So.): Earned second-team all-Mountain West honors from both the league’s coaches and Phil Steele’s Magazine, as he was 267-of-417 (.640) passing for 3,567 yards with 32 touchdowns and six interceptions, while also rushing for 63 yards on 43 carries (1.5 ypc) and seven touchdowns… Finished the season first in the MW and 10th in the nation in passing efficiency (158.3), second in the MW and eighth in the nation in passing touchdowns with 32 (2.5 pg), second in the MW and 10th in the nation in points responsible for with 234 (18.0 pg), third in the MW and 31st in the nation in completion percentage (.640), fourth in the MW and 13th in the nation in passing (274.4 ypg), fifth in the MW and 20th in the nation in total offense (279.2 ypg), and fifth in the MW and 26th in the nation in completions (20.5 pg)… Set five single-season school records as a sophomore, including 32 touchdown passes, 3,567 passing yards, seven 300-yard passing games, 234 points responsible for and being named the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week five times… Also tied the single-season school record with a pair of 400-yard passing games… Furthermore, his 267 completions and 3,630 yards of total offense rank second all-time in school history for a single season, while his 64.0 completion percentage ranks fourth.  

The Reason: Ryan might have one year left, and then what? They have to get a guy who can step in next season. Red-Shirting Love behind Ryan would be a great benefit to his career. 

Second Choice: Kristian Fulton CB



Defense: 4-3

Tee Higgins

WR Clemson, 

6-4, 215 #5 


2019 Picks:

2-58 Trysten Hill, DT Central Florida
3-90 Connor McGovern, OG Penn ST
4-128 Troy Pollard, RB Memphis
5-158 Michael Jackson, CB Miami
5-165 Joe Jackson, DE Miami
213 Donovan Wilson S Texas A&M
7-218 Mike Weber, RB Ohio State
7-241 Jalen Jelks, DE Oregon

2018 Picks:

1 Leighton Vander Esch Boise ST
2 (50) Connor Williams, OLG  Texas
3 Michael Gallup WR Colorado ST
4 Dorance Armstrong, DE Kansas
4 (137) Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford
5 (171) Mike White, QB W.Kentucky
6 Chris Covington, LB, Indiana
6 208 Cedrick Wilson, WR, Boise ST
7 ( 236): Bo Scarbrough, RB Alabama

Key F.A  Signed:  

Dak Prescott QB (Ex-Tag)

Gerald McCoy DT

Anthony Brown CB

Maurice Canady CB

CJ Goodwin

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix SS

Key F.A :  

Cooper Rush QB

Tavon Austin WR

Amari Cooper WR

Blake Jarwin TE

Joe Looney OG

Christian Covington DT

Sean Lee LB

George Iloka DB

Brett Maher K

Key F.A :  

Randall Cobb WR

Xavier Su'a-Filo OG

Cameron Fleming OT

Jason Witten TE

Robert Quinn DE

Maliek Collins DT  

Kerry Hyder DT

Byron Jones CB

Jeff Heath DB

The Team: Cowboys are not going to lose Dak Prescott. So they should start here by getting him a Number One WR, who is more play off tested than any other College WR ever. 

The Player: Higgins is a big tall WR, who has come up with the big plays at the biggest of times. He was a dominate fixture in the College Football Play Offs the past two years. He is a big strong dude who is impossible to stop on the back shoulder fades going down the right sideline. His size allows him to bully smaller Corners and can hurt them physically blocking in the run game. 

Higgins has the size, hands, and Vert, to be a legit NFL Power Forward at WR. He started off a little slow, and looked like he might have been nursing an injury early in the season. But by the end of the year he was dominating like expected. When he is on, he cannot be stopped. When his QB went high to him, he was unstoppable. He is going to blow up the Combine, and could be a great one in the NFL

Talented wideout who produced one of the school’s most impressive sophomore campaigns in 2018 in his first full year as a starter and followed up with a spectacular junior campaign to place himself among the top receivers in Clemson’s illustrious lineage at the position … finished his three-year career from 2017-19 with 135 career receptions for 2,448 yards with 27 receiving touchdowns over 1,279 snaps in 43 games (30 starts).... his 27 receiving touchdowns entering bowl season were tied for the most in school history with DeAndre Hopkins and Sammy Watkins and tied for ninth-most in ACC history selected as a second-team Preseason 

All-American for 2019 by both Phil Steele and Athlon … departed as the only player in school history to record double-digit touchdown receptions in consecutive seasons.
2019: First-team All-ACC selection … recorded 59 catches for a team-high 1,167 yards (fifth-most in a season in school history) and 13 receiving touchdowns in 550 snaps over 15 games (all starts) … caught a 62-yard touchdown in the midst of posting a team-high four receptions for 98 yards vs. Georgia Tech, pushing his streak of consecutive games with a touchdown to five

02/29 *Tee Higgins- Power Forward: Part I.  

The Reason: The Cowboys .get a big clutch WR to help Dak in the Play offs. He reminds me of Michael Irvin, though maybe a little slower. 

Second Choice: Isaiah Simmons LB/DB



Defense: 4-3

Ezra Cleveland

OLT Boise State

6-6, 311, (U) 4.94, S-1.74,

33 3/8"Arm, 30 Reps, 

30" Vert, 4.46 Short Shuttle

9'3" Broad, 7.26 3-Cone, Rs-Jr,


*Tua Tagovailoa

QB Alabama

QB, OLT, OL, Edge, OLB, TE, OT, FS, DT, DL, DE, RB, WR, RB, OC, DB

2019 Picks:

1 (13) Christian Wilkins, DT Clemson
3 (78) Michael Deiter, OG Wisconsin
5 Andrew Van Ginkel LB Wisconsin
6 (202) Isaiah Prince, OT Ohio State
7 (233) Chandler Cox, FB, Auburn
7 (234) Myles Gaskin, RB, Wash

2018 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:

Jordan Howard RB

Ted Karras OC

Ereck Flowers OT  

Vernon Butler DT

Shaq Lawson, DE

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE  

Kyle Van Noy OLB

Kamu Grugier-Hill OLB

Elandon Roberts ILB

Reshad Jones SS

Adrian Colbert FS

Clayton Fejedelem DB

Key F.A.:

Kenyan Drake, RB
Jordan Mills, OT
Nick O'Leary, TE

Akeem Spence, DT
Nate Orchard, LB
Eric Rowe, CB

Matt Haack, P

Key F.A. Lost:


The Team: They have to take an OLT to help their young QB. They will take Tagovailoa or Herbert in the top five. If they take Tua they better build a much better line. They have to protect his lower legs, as rushers will be looking to dive into them. 

The Player: Cleveland started 40 Games at Boise State. Nice jabber and puncher moving back that can shock the rusher and knock him down. Great explosion back out of stance to get back a little too quick sometimes. Slides outside smoothly. He does a good job with position moving backwards. Great job hopping outside the DE, and sealing him inside on the bubble screen.  Smooth and easy moving back.
He can move up field nicely sideways. Good balance and hands. They like to run behind him. He can fight the D-end inside in the run game, and then hop outside and stone the OLB. Excellent power and agility blocking down on the DT. Nice heavy hands to impact the OLB with a jolting hit on play action. 

When he clamps onto the DE the rush is over. Quick feet in slide. He gets low and wide and shadows the Edgerusher very well. But he still needs a little technique work. Quick and bouncy moving back. Athletic but controlled kickslide. Excellent using his hands and feet together in balance moving backwards. He likes to stay low and wide in slide, and does a grab job jabbing and shoving with his hands.

Nice burst to the 2nd level to hit the LB in run game. Teams refuse to line up DLs in front of him a lot. So he does a great job bursting forward to find a DL or LB to block. He has to burst inside to hit the DT a lot, and he consistently knocks him off his feet. Easily gets inside the DE and turns and seals him. 

Combine: Cleveland had as good a Combine as anyone in this Draft. In a normal Draft he would have been the elite athlete at OLT. However, with two guy with historic numbers he placed an impressive third. Excellent size and strength. More tall than wide. 33" Arm length is a good not great number. But 30 Reps was a great number. Excellent COD, quicks, and explosion numbers from the Combine will put him in the 1st. 

RS JUNIOR (2019): Started all 13 games in which he appeared...named to All-Mountain West First Team for a second-straight season...provided protection at left tackle for a Bronco offense that ranked 19th in the country in scoring (34.7 ppg)...helped open holes for Mountain West Freshman of the Year running back George Holani, who extended Boise State's streak of seasons with a 1,000-yard rusher to 12.
RS SOPHOMORE (2018): Started all 13 games...named to All-Mountain West First Team...part of a Bronco line that produced a 1,000-yard rusher for the 10th-straight season...provided protection at left tackle for Mountain West Player of the Year Brett Rypien, as the Bronco passing offense ranked 18th in the country (292.0 ypg).
RS FRESHMAN (2017): Started all 14 games...named All-Mountain West Honorable Mention...part of a Bronco line for the Mountain West's No. 2 scoring offense (32.5 ppg)...opened holes for Alexander Mattison's 1,086-yard rushing campaign, Boise State's ninth-straight season with 1,000-yard rusher.

The Reason: When you draft a QB, you better get him some weapons and a big quick strong dude to protect his back. 

Second Choice: AJ Epenesa Edge


Vegas Baby!

Defense: 4-3

**K’Lavon Chaisson

Edge LSU

6-3, 254, 32 1/4" Arm, 

97/8" Hand, 


*Henry Ruggs III- 

WR Alabama

Edge, DT, WR, RB? LB, CB, DB, OL, LB, 

2019 Picks:

1-4 Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson
1-24 Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
1-27 Johnathan Abram SS, Miss ST
2-40 Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
4-106 Maxx Crosby DE, E. Michigan
4-129 Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston
4-137 Foster Moreau, TE, LSU
5 Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson
7-230 Quinton Bell, DE Prairie View

2018 Picks:

1 (24) Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State
2 (56) Obi Melifonwu, FS, UConn
3 (88) Eddie Vanderdoes, DT, UCLA
4 (129) David Sharpe, OL, Florida
5 (168) Marquel Lee LB Wake Forest
7 (221) Shalom Luani, DB, Wash ST
7 (231) Jylan Ware, OL, Alabama ST
7 (242) Elijah Hood, RB, UNC
7 (244) Treyvon Hester, DT, Toledo

Key F.A. Signed:

Marcus Mariota, QB

Jordan Howard RB

Rod Smith RB

Nelson Agholor WR

Jojo Natson WR

Jason Witten TE

Nick O'Leary TE

Andrew Whitworth OLT?

Eric Kush OG

A'Shawn Robinson DT

Maliek Collins DT  

Carl Nassib DE

Cory Littleton ILB

Nick Kwiatkoski ILB

Leonard Floyd OLB

Jeff Heath DB

Eli Apple CB

Key F.A.: 

Vontaze Burfict LB
Isaiah Crowell RB
Mike Glennon QB
Denzell Good OT
Ryan Grant WR
Dwayne Harris WR
Richie Incognito OG
Karl Joseph S
Nevin Lawson CB
Brandon Marshall LB
Doug Martin RB
Benson Mayowa DE
Jalen Richard RB
DeAndre Washington RB
Kyle Wilber LB
Daryl Worley CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Tahir Whitehead OLB

Michael Brockers DT

Marqui Christian DB/ST

Karl Joseph SS

The Team: They need some heat off the edge. 

The Player: Chaisson is a quick twitch monster on the Edge. There are not a lot of guys who can move like Chaisson. He is a little light, but is very young. He will add weight and strength naturally just getting into an NFL weight program. He will try to outwork everyone in the weight room, just like Tre'Davious White a few years ago. The Bills struck gold with White. Chaisson has similar talent, character and work ethic.

2019 No. 18 Jersey. 2019 LSU Permanent Team Captain. 2019 CFP National Semifinals Defensive MVP vs. Oklahoma. 2019 All-SEC First Team (Coaches). 2019 All-SEC Second Team (AP).
: Played in 26 games with 17 starts in his three years with the Tigers … Capped career with 92 tackles, 19.0 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks … First Team All-SEC in 2019 and Freshman All-SEC in 2017 … Three-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll … Returned to action in 2019 after suffering knee injury in 2018 season-opener against Miami … Earned Defensive MVP honors of LSU’s Chick-fil-A Bowl/CFP National Semifinal win over Oklahoma in December of 2019 … Wore the No. 18 jersey in 2019 … Another in a long line of Houston area players to make an impact at LSU … Opted to forgo his final two seasons of eligibility at LSU and entered his name into the 2020 NFL Draft … Name is pronounced KAY-Luh-Vahn Chase-on
REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON (2019): Played and started 13 games at outside linebacker, accumulating 60 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks … Led team in both tackles for loss and sacks … Earned first team All-SEC honors as well as being named the Defensive Player of the Game in LSU’s win over Oklahoma in the CFP National Semifinals … Named a permanent team captain for the 2019 season.

The Reason: They need to add some speed, edge pressure, and character to their team. Chaisson supplies all three. He is maybe the top character dude in the Draft. 

Second Choice: *Yetur Gross-Matos Edge



Defense: 4-3

*A.J. Epenesa

DL Iowa

6-5 1/8", 275, 

(U) 5.05, S-1.78, 

34 1/2"Arms, 17 Reps,

9'9" Broad, 32.5" Vert,

7.34 3-Cone, 4.46 SS


*Isaiah Simmons

LB Clemson

DL, LB, FS, OT, WR, CB, OG, OT, TE,  WR, DL, OC, CB, 

2019 Picks:

1-7 Josh Allen, DE, Kentucky
2-35 Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida
3-69 Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose ST
3-98 Quincy Williams, LB Murray ST
5-140 Ryquell Armstead, RB Temple
6-178 Gardner Minshew QB Wash ST
7-235 Dontavius Russell DT Auburn.

2018 Picks:

1 (29) Taven Bryan, DT, Florida.
2 (61) D.J. Clark, WR, LSU.
3 (93) Ronnie Harrison, SS, Alabama.
4 (129) Will Richardson, ORT, NC ST.
6 (203) Tanner Lee, QB, Nebraska.
7 (230) Leon Jacobs, DE Wisconsin.
7 (247) Logan Cooke, P, Miss ST.

Key FA. Signed:

Cedric Ogbuehi OLT

Tyler Shatley OG

Rodney Gunter DE

Cassius March DE/OLB

Al Woods DT

Joe Schobert ILB

Key FA:
Yannick Ngakoue DE
Josh Wells OT

Key Free Lost

Nick O'Leary TE

Seth Devalve TE

The Team: Their D-line has taken some hits the past couple years and Calais Campbell is not getting any younger. They also have some age issue inside at DT as well. Epenesa has the size and strength of a D-tackle, but the speed, grace, and agility of a D-end. He is not a pure NFL Edgerusher. He seems to be a bit of a 'tweener. That is why some teams will stay away and he's likely to go lower than he should for a guy his size who garnered 11.5 Sacks  and 14.5 TFLs last season.

The PlayerEpenesa is a huge D-end. He can get minutes inside at DT, especially in the rush. He is a strong stack and shed D-end that has to learn to let loose a little and just attack upfield to the QB. Great heavy hands. Great speed to power. Great long arms he uses to help control blockers. Very smart and very hard working. 

Combine: Nice feet. He got high but moved well forward and back. Heavy hands. Nice spin. He has some bend. Very heavy hands. Nice spin and agility. He can really dip the corner smoothly. He can flatten. Hoops Drill: Easy smooth bend. Coverage drill: Not great moving backwards. Coverage drill: He is not an OLB. He can catch it. Nice feet moving outside. Slow in cover drill. 34 1/2" Arms is a great number for him. Excellent explosion numbers for a 275-pound dude. Good COD numbers for guy his size. 

Hawk Item: Recorded 11.5 sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss, with four forced fumbles in 2019 . . . led the Big Ten and ranked 12th nationally in sacks (10.5) in 2018 . . . ranked second in Big Ten and 16th nationally with four forced fumbles in 2018 . . . ranked fourth in Big Ten in tackles for loss (16.5) . . . one of two true freshmen named to 2017 Leadership Group . . . one of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2017.
2019: Started all 13 games at defensive end . . . recorded 49 tackles, including 32 solo stops and 17 assists . . . led team with 14.5 tackles for loss, 11.5 sacks, and four forced fumbles . . . also collected nine QB pressures and three pass break-ups . . . started at defensive end for first career start in 38-14 win over Miami, recording one assisted tackle and one pass break-up as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . started at defensive end in 30-0 win over Rutgers as defense allowed just 125 yards total offense . . . three tackles vs. Rutgers, including one solo stop and two assists . . . also had one QB sack and four QB pressures . . . started at defensive end in 18-17 win at Iowa State, recording one solo tackle and one QB pressure.

The Reason: They helped their D. They got the speed guy in the top ten. Now they get the power guy who can make the speed guy look even better. Epenesa is the guy that makes the other front seven players look better. Offensives have to pay extra attention to him, because of his size, power, and knack for hitting the quarterback. 

Second Choice: Justin Jefferson WR



*Kristian Fulton


5-11 5/8", 197, (O) 4.43,


RB, OLB, DB, CB, RB,  ILB, WR,  

2019 Picks:

1-22 Andre Dillard, OLT Wash ST
2-53 Miles Sanders, RB Penn ST
2  JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford
4-138 Shareef Miller, DE Penn ST
5 Clayton Thorson QB N,Western

2018 Picks:

2-49 Dallas Goedert TE South Dakota
4 (125) Avonte Maddox, DB, Pitt
4 (130) Josh Sweat, DT, FLA ST
6 (206) Matt Pryor, OL, TCU
7 Jordan Mailata, OL, no college

FA Corey Clement RB Wisconsin

Key F.A. Signed:

Javon Hargrave DT

Jatavis Brown ILB

Will Parks DB

Key F.A.:

Josh McCown QB

Josh Adams RB
Jay Ajayi RB

Wendell Smallwood RB
Darren Sproles RB

Jason Peters OT
Vinny Curry DE
Timmy Jernigan DT

Ronald Darby CB
Jalen Mills CB
Rodney McLeod DB
Andrew Sendejo DB

Key F.A. Lost:

Jordan Howard RB

Nelson Agholor WR

Halapoulivaati Vaitai OT

Kamu Grugier-Hill OLB

Darius Slay CB

Malcolm Jenkins DB

The Team: The Eagles are going to have to draft more than one WR in this years Draft. They could lose all their WRs to free agency. However, if Fulton falls this low, I just don't see how they pass on him. 

The Player: Fulton was a legit shutdown Cornerback in the SEC last season. He has elite athleticism and instincts.  He can read and destroy the trick play. Very smart and takes protecting his edge seriously. He is as sticky as any CB in this Draft. He can run with the big fast WR outside, and make it look easy. Terrific strong tackler charging up to stop the RB. Quick. Twitchy. Explosive. Loose Hips that swivel like a greased pig. 

Vs Clemson: Fulton struggled a little in the Championship Game, but he put it together in the 2nd quarter, and was a shut down CB again in the Second half. He has everything you want in the CB. He is big fast and smart. Elite feet and hips. He can play the ball in the air. He struggled early in the Championship game. But then he settled down and was excellent. Great tight coverage to slam the WR as he leaps up for the ball and knock him out of bounds so he can’t get his feet down. That was as remarkable a play I’ve seen a DB make in a Champ game. If his speed checks out at the Combine, he is an easy 1st Round Pick. 

SENIOR SEASON (2019): One of the nation’s top cornerbacks … Teams with true freshmen Derek Stingley Jr. to form the nation’s top cornerback duo … Second team All-SEC by the AP … Started all 14 games with 32 tackles and 13 passes defended … Has one interception … Had one tackle and broke up a pass against Oklahoma … Was targeted five times in the SEC Championship game and allowed one reception for 11 yards and added a PBU ... Only allowed seven yards on four targets against Texas A&M .... Added two pass breakups and three tackles against the Aggies ... Targeted just once against Arkansas ... Was not targeted at Ole Miss ... Against No. 2 Alabama, allowed just one reception on two targets and added a PBU ... Allowed just three receptions on seven targets against No. 9 Auburn ... Targeted five times at Mississippi State and only allowed one reception ... Intercepted MSU QB Garrett Shrader and had two PBUs ... Credited with a PBU and totaled three tackles against No. 7 Florida ... Finished with three tackles against Utah State ... Third on the team with tackles and also credited for a PBU at Vanderbilt ... Totaled a pair of pass breakups at Texas … Graduated in December of 2019 with a degree in sports administration.

Second Choice: Kenneth Murray ILB




Defense: 4-3


  C.J. Henderson


6-1, 204, (O) 4.39, 

31 5/8" Arm, 20 Reps, 

10'7" Broad! 37.5" Vert!


2018 Picks:

1 Garrett Bradbury OC N. Carolina ST
2-50 Irv Smith Jr., TE Alabama
3 Alexander Mattison, RB Boise ST
4-114 Dru Samia, OG Oklahoma
5-162 Cameron Smith, LB USC
6-190 Armon Watts, DT Arkansas
6-191 Marcus Epps, DB Wyoming
6-193 Oli Udoh, OT Elon
7-217 Kris Boyd, CB Texas
7-239 Dillon Mitchell, WR Oregon
7 Olabisi Johnson, WR Colorado ST
7-250 Austin Cutting, LS Air Force

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  

Key F.A. Signed:

Tajae Sharpe, WR

Brent Jones OC

Rashod Hill OG

Dakota Dozier OT

Michael Pierce DT 

Dan Bailey K

Key F.A.:   

Anthony Harris S

Key F.A. Lost:

Stefon Diggs WR

Laquon Treadwell WR

Key F.A. Lost:

Stephen Weatherly DE

Linval Joseph DT

Trae Waynes CB

Mackensie Alexander CB

Jayron Kearse DB

Andrew Sendejo SS

The Team: Vikings like to take  the best athlete available. 

The Player: Taken from PatsDraft.com 2020 NFL Draft Preview: Henderson likes to hop back, and when in pure Man he likes to cut off the WR at the Marker. He can turn his back to the QB and focus solely on the WR in press man. More Finesse Press than bump and run. He can hop inside the WR when he breaks inside in pattern, which is very impress quicks, explosion, and COD. He’ll get beat inside and hop outside and steer the WR towards the Cover One Safety. He can shed his man and go and tackle the ball carrier running right at him. 

Missouri: He can really move in, up, and around receivers and TEs. He can pick up the great tight end and cut in front of him and break up the pass. Great job running stride for stride with the WR, and can reach out and slap the ball down. He can play the ball in the air before the WR can grab it. I really like this kid. If he has the speed at the Combine he could in the top half of the 1st. 

He usually played on the QB’s left. But he did line up on the QB’s right in some games, like against Missouri. He will play over the top of Trips and pick up the receiver going deep. He can be a physical form tackler when he wants to be. He will play off and will skip back into a zone and go deep like he’s in Cover Three. He will also just Bail sometimes. 

Michigan: Michigan did not want to line up anyone in front of him early. He will charge up to help the run when he sees the RB has a lane between his teammates. But he is not an aggressive run stuffer by any means. He can take bad angles on the run and not help when the RB goes for a long run. He seemed to get stuck in the middle a lot at Michigan, like they were game planning against him. He can get to the QB fast when he has a lane, and surprise everyone and Sack the QB. 

He will blitz the QB from the edge and redirect to the RB on the handoff for a TFL. It can be a disaster when the QB tries to throw deep on him. He can get physical in the run game and jam off the WR and make the tackle. He switched sides against Michigan more than I saw him in other games. He almost got beat for a late TD after he tried to Jam the big WR at the line. The WR pushed off and got just enough space for the QB to throw into, but he was able to slam him to the ground as he fell back and the ball bounced out. 

The Reason: Gross-Matos is one of the best athlete at D-end. He is a great pure athlete, who is still learning to be a football player. He does not have the eyes yet to find the ball as much as he should.  

Second Choice: Grant Delpit SS

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Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo 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:


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Warnings were given! 


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We are now officially a Communist Country. The Republican Commie Party of Putin, Officially voted Herr Trump in as the BLOOD-RED Commie Dictator of American. THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF PUTIN just voted to open the veins of PATRIOTS to flood the Senate floor with OUR BLOOD, and install a Communist Manifesto like


as no longer the freedom bearing President of the United State of America! 

And as THE PARTY OF PUTIN CELEBRATED... the Heavens wept.


The Putin Party, led by Red Square Moscow Mitch, just turned the no longer US Senate into a propaganda tool of the KGB., and make America Red with the blood stained color of the Communist USSR. The blood stained (R)s voted to make the COMMIE RED TRUMP, as above the law as the KGB KING OF RUSSIA, the blood stained Putin

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But I don't think it is out of cruelty. 

It is out of incompetence. When you hire only incomplete assholes like Pence, because they can be so easily corrupted, you get incompetent moron who screw up everything. The Corona response is still being criminally screwed up, because they don't know how to do it.

The Completely Corrupt Trump Administration does not know how to enact the 

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As the World burns the Corrupt Trump

Administration endeavors to pilfer as much

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SENATE MINORITY LEADER CHUCK SCHUMER said today that he is in negotiations with Treasury Secretary STEVEN MNUCHIN and the TRUMP ADMINISTRATION, and blamed Senate Majority Leader MITCH MCCONNELL for holding the procedural vote arbitrarily before a compromise was reached.

MCCONNELL, though, has pointed out -- rightly -- that the Senate Democrats could indeed vote for the procedural motion, which would limit debate, and continue to negotiate on the overall package. But SCHUMER has continued to hold Senate Democrats together, which some of his allies say gives them maximum leverage to fix what they want fixed in the bill. SCHUMER has said that once he has a deal with MNUCHIN, he will speed up proceedings on the Senate floor.

FOR MUCH OF THE EARLY AFTERNOON, tensions ran high on the Senate floor as Republicans and Democrats jousted over the politics of the delay and the underlying policy in the coronavirus bill. DEMOCRATS have said they disagree with the structure of the $500 billion fund aimed at aiding corporations affected by the pandemic.

THE REST OF THE DAY is expected to include the same shuttle negotiations between MNUCHIN and SCHUMER and MNUCHIN and MCCONNELL. It does appear that a deal will come together at some point -- if you believe the negotiators.

IMPORTANT SIGN OF PROGRESS: SEN. SHERROD BROWN (D-Ohio) said from the floor he spent two hours with MNUCHIN today.

WHAT TO REMEMBER WHEN WATCHING THIS DRAMA, according to several seasoned Democratic hands: Democrats believe it to be absolutely crucial to their politics and policy objectives to ensure that the $500 billion bailout fund has adequate controls. After 2008, the Democratic base is guided by the philosophy that rich people in finance and corporate America got away with murder during the financial crisis. Speaker NANCY PELOSI and SCHUMER being seen fighting here is crucial, in some Democrats’ minds, to be able to sell whatever they come up to the base of their party.




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