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PICKS 33-48

March Mock: 

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:

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Defense: 4-3


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, 


*Joe Burrow



QB, LB, OG, CB, DT, WR, TE, DB, DB, OL, OL, 

2019 Picks:

1 (11) Jonah Williams OLT Alabama

2 (52) Drew Sample TE Washington
3 (72) Germaine Pratt, LB NC State
4 (104) Ryan Finley, QB (NC State)
4 (125) Renell Wren, DT (ASU)
4 (136) Michael Jordan, OL (Ohio ST)
6 (182) Trayveon Williams, RB A&M
6 (210) Deshaun Davis, LB (Auburn)
6 (211) Rodney Anderson, RB (OK)
7-223 Jordan Brown CB S. Dakota ST

2018 Picks:

(21) Billy Price, OC, Ohio ST
2 (54) Jessie Bates DB Wake Forest
3 (77) Sam Hubbard, DE, Ohio ST
3 (78) Malik Jefferson, ILB, Texas
4 (112) Mark Walton, RB, Miami
5-151 Davontae Harris CB Illinois ST
5 (158) Andrew Brown, DL Virginia
5 Darius Phillips, CB, W. Michigan
7-249 Logan Woodside, QB Toledo
7 (252) Rod Taylor, OG Mississippi

Key F.A. Signed:  
Xavier Su'a-Filo OG

D.J. Reader DT

Josh Bynes ILB

Trae Waynes CB  

Torry McTyer CB

Key F.A.:  

A.J. Green WR

Tyler Eifert TE

Giovani Bernard, RB

Trey Hopkins, OG

Key F.A. Lost:

John Miller OG

Andrew Billings DT

Nick Vigil ILB

Clayton Fejedelem DB

Darqueze Dennard CB

Tony McRae CB

The Team: They have to get some weapons for their Young QB. He will only be as good as he weapons. And his weapons were elite last season (or at least a tie;). 

They have to get a Linebacker. They signed Josh Bynes, but then lost Nick Virgil. So they are back where they started. 

The Player: 02/29 Denzel Mims- Power Forward: Part II. Unlocked!

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: They don't need a Left Tackle. They Drafted Jonah Williams three years ago. He has started the last two seasons at OLT. Burrow needs some elite weapons to throw too. Every talked about Burrow and Tua as the best QBs, but they sure had some great targets to throw too. Tua had four guys who look like 1st Round pick, and two of them already are. 

Meanwhile, Burrow's may have had better all around weapons. He didn't have four legit Wide Receivers. But he had more the four Legit Weapons. Jefferson is already a 1st. And do you know who won the Biletnikoff Award as best the WR in the FBS last season? It wasn't Ruggs or Jeudy? It was LSU's own Ja'Marr Chase, who the powers that be decided was the best WR in the FBS last season. Plus, Burrow had two great tight ends to throw too, and an RB who was so great catching the ball out of the backfield that he shocking went in the 1st. 

Burrow didn't do it on his own, and he sure as hell can't do it on his own in the NFL. You can argue that he was throwing to a better cadre of WRs than Tua. You would probably lose that argument, but it was damn close if not a tie. They have to build a great O-line, get him an RB, and build a great WR-Corps for Burrow to succeed. He can't do it on his own. 

I finally figured it out. It took me a while. I marched through the maze and plugged in the Mad Scientist's formula. Okay the guy they guy they are taking here is 6-3, and is a huge weapon for a young QB. When the ball is high there is no one who can go up and snag it better than him. True freak athlete that can do things on the field that few can. I was wondering why the Pats were rumored to be trading up to the Cowboys spot? Then I realized that I had him at that spot in my March and April Mocks. He reminds me of Randy Moss. 

He timed at an Official 4.38, which is incredible speed for a 6-3 WR. Are you starting to see? What is BB's favor Combine Number? That's right. Who ran the best in the 3-Cone Drill for WRs this year? That's right. It my be a bit evil, but Denzel Mims ran a 6.66 3-Cone. He had the fast 3-Cone at the Combine. Plus, he is the elite blocking WR in this Draft. He is a WR the RB can run behind. Best run blocking WR I've seen in a while. BB loves his tough blockers. 

Which is just such an incredible drill. It is a quickness, COD, and explosion drill that is tailor made for the shorter guys. The slot guys. To be the fastest WR in the 3-Cone Drill at 6-3 is more than incredible. And it didn't stop there. He is 6-3 with almost 34" Arms with a 38.5" Vert! Talk about a sky walker going up for the high lob. He had the highest Max Vert at the Combine. Which I know is an NBA Combine number, but that is incredible. 

He ran an eye popping 4.38 Forty. As for explosion number? While the Vert speaks for itself, the 10'11" Broad is an even better explosion number. His 16 Reps were okay, and 4.43 Short Shuttle was a little off. He was seen as a one trick pony. A long strider who could fly deep down the field and get open over the top. But don't ask him to get open running patterns. That is so clearly wrong. 

He has the most impressive numbers that the Pats value at their 3rd biggest need position. He could change everything in Stidham's career. It looks like the Pats are going to have to use a couple of 3rds to trade up into the 2nd if that is what they want to get Jalen Hurts. I had Hurts here. I believe that they are interested and that he is viable option at QB. Not the best thrower in this Draft, but so amazingly better last season throwing to Lamb. Plus he has elite toughness, character and smarts, and is a maestro in the worst stat for QBs, running. 

He ran a complicated Offense last season, run the QB whisperer Lincoln Riley. He was great throwing all over the field in that Offense. The Pats can give him another year of learning in the Redshirt Program, and he could Stidham a run for his money in 2021. I was going to give him to the Pats here to get the fifth year, because I don't think they'll be able to trade back. 

However, they certainly have enough picks to trade up into the 2nd Round from the 3rd. With pick their 3rd pick 87, they can get up to the second half of the 2nd with the Gronk pick 137. If they need to get inside the top 50, they can go two 3rds with pick 98 or 100. 87 and 98 should get them into the forties for Hurts. If they can't trade down here, and are too chicken to pick him here. 

2nd Choice: Curtis Weaver Edge 

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Defense: 3-4

Laviska Shenault-

WR Colorado

6-1, 227, (O) 4.58, 

31.7" Arms, 17 Reps,

6-1, 227, (O) 4.58, 

31.7" Arms, 17 Reps,  

DT, WR, TE, Edge, QB, WR, OLT, RB, 

2019 Picks:

2-34 Rock Ya-Sin, CB Temple
2-49 Ben Banogu, OLB TCU
2-59 Parris Campbell, WR Ohio ST
3-89 Bobby Okereke, LB Stanford
4-109 Khari Willis, SS Michigan ST
5-144 Marvell Tell, FS USC
5-164 E.J. Speed, LB Tarleton ST
6-199 Gerri Green, DE, Mississippi ST
7-240 Jackson Barton, OT Utah
7-246 Javon Patterson, OC Ole Miss

2018 Picks:

1 (6) Quenton Nelson, OG ND
2 (36) Darius Leonard, LB SC ST
2 (37) Braden Smith, OG Auburn
2 (52) Kemoko Turay, DE, Rutgers
2 (64) Tyquan Lewis, DE, Ohio ST
4 (104) Nyheim Hines, RB, N.C. ST
5-159 Daurice Fountain WR N. Iowa
5 (169) Jordan Wilkins, RB Miss
6 (185) Deon Cain, WR Clemson
7-221 Matthew Adams, LB Houston
7 (235) Zaire Franklin, LB Syracuse

Key F.A. Signed:
Philip Rivers, QB
Key F.A.:
Chad Kelly QB
Spencer Ware, RB
Chester Rogers WR
Devin Funchess WR
Anthony Castonzo OT
Eric Ebron TE
Matthias Farley FS
Clayton Geathers SS
Jabaal Sheard OLB
Adam Vinatieri K
Key F.A. Lost:

The Team: The Colts have to get some weapons for their young QB, or older QB, or the mess they are creating at QB, by dissing their young developing QB, for an old veteran who is is likely one and done. Rivers is over the hills and far away. Brissett could have a winning NFL career if the continually mismanaged Colts don't destroy his confidence.  

The Player02/29 *Laviska Shenault- All Flash And Dash: Part I.

The Reason: I see no reason to change this Pick. 

Shenault is the kind of quick twitch beast that can do it on his own. Just put the ball in his hands in every way possible, and he will cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war on any Defense. He can run from scrimmage like an RB. He is a monster on screens and short throws running after the catch. He can help their young QB in more ways than anyone else at this point in the Draft.

Second Choice: Ross Blacklock DT




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


*Jeff Okudah-

CB Ohio ST

CB! OLB, DTDL, OL, WR, Edge, RB, CB, QB, LB, WR, DB, CB, OT,

2019 Picks:

1 (8) T.J. Hockenson, TE (Iowa)
2 (43) Jahlani Tavai, LB (Hawaii)
3 (81) Will Harris, S (C)
4 (117) Austin Bryant, DE Clemson
5-146 Amani Oruwariye CB Penn ST
6 Travis Fulgham WR Old Dominion
6 (186) Ty Johnson, RB (Maryland)
7 (224( Isaac Nauta, TE (Georgia)
7 (229) P.J. Johnson, DT (Arizona)

2018 Picks:

1 (20) Frank Ragnow OC Arkansas
2 (43) Kerryon Johnson RB Auburn
3 (82) Tracy Walker, FS, Louisiana-Lafayette
4-114 Da’Shawn Hand, DE Alabama
5 (153) Tyrell Crosby, OT Oregon
7 Nick Bawden, RB San Diego ST

Key F.A. Signed:

Chase Daniel QB

Halapoulivaati Vaitai OL

Danny Shelton DT

Nick Williams DL

Jamie Collins OLB

Desmond Trufant CB

Tony McRae CB

Jayron Kearse DB

Miles Killebrew DB

Key F.A.:
Danny Amendola WR

Jermaine Kearse WR

Theo Riddick RB
C.J. Anderson RB
Romeo Okwara DE

Christian Jones LB
Tavon Wilson OLB

Rashaan Melvin CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Devon Kennard LB

JD McKissic

Darius Slay CB

Jeff Driskel QB

Ricky Wagner ORT

Graham Glasgow OL

Logan Thomas TE

A'Shawn Robinson DT

The Team: They need to get an Edge to get more heat in the Rush. When you ask DCs how do we win more games, they will enviably say "more defense".

Mathew Stafford isn't getting any younger. He is going to need some more help in the run game to help keep him healthy. Plus, Patricia is a Defensive Coach. D-Coordinator who become HCs most often want strong run games and play action passes, and to play tough Defense to win games. That is how they think. Taylor is a tough inside runner in Wisconsin's power blocking scheme. Oh yeah, and he runs in the 4.3s. 

The Player: 04/08 The Mother Of All Epenesa Bios: Part VI.

The Reason: An old DC like Patricia cannot pass on an Edge his size who garnered 22 Sacks the past two seasons combined. 

It ain't rocket science. It's just common sense. Former DCs turned HCs like to run the game. And old QBs need the run game more and more every season.

Second Choice: D'Andre Swift RB




Defense: 4-3

*Cole Kmet-

TE Fighting Irish

6-6, 262, (O) 4.7, 33"Arm, 4.41 3-Cone, 7.44 SS, 10'3"Broad, 37"Vert, 


*Andrew Thomas-

OLT Georgia

OLT, OL, OT,, Edge, CB, WR, TE, LB, WR, CB, WR, Edge, FS, TE

2019 Picks:

1 (6) Daniel Jones, QB (Duke)
1 (17) Dexter Lawrenc, DT (Clemson)
1 (30) Deandre Baker, CB (Georgia)
3 Oshane Ximines, LB Old Dominion
4 (108) Julian Love, CB (ND)
5 (143) Ryan Connelly LB Wisconsin
5 (171): Darius Slayton, WR Auburn
6-Corey Ballentine CB Washburn
7- George Asafo-Adjei, OL Kentucky
7 (245) Chris Slayton, DT (Syracuse)

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.

Key F.A. Signed:

Colt McCoy QB  

Dion Lewis RB

Levine Toilolo TE

Corey Coleman WR

Cameron Fleming OT

Kyler Fackrell, OLB

Blake Martinez ILB

James Bradberry CB

Nate Ebner ST

Key F.A.:

Cody Latimer WR

Russell Shepard WR
Chad Wheeler OT

Olsen Pierre DT

Markus Golden Edge
B.J. Goodson LB

Michael Thomas S

Key F.A. Lost:

Mike Remmers ORT

Blake Martinez ILB

Antonio Hamilton CB

The Team: They have to get some help for their beleaguered young QB. Few things help a QB more than a great big tight end. 

Giants have a young QB. Getting him a dynamic weapon who can bust a game wide open all by himself is always important for a young QB. He is the best Punt Returner in the Draft. Dynamic and flashy in pattern. He can run the quick slant to get the ball out of the young QB's hands fast, and then run for a long way. 

The Player: 02/29 Cole Kmet- Not A 1st, But...  

Second Choice: Trevon Diggs CB




Defense: 2-5

*Yetur Gross-Matos

Edge Penn ST 

6-5, 266, 10"Broad!

34 7/8"Arms, 20 Reps,

34" Vertical Leap



2019 Picks:

1-32 N’Keal Harry WR Arizona ST
2-45 JoeJuan Williams CB Vanderbilt
3-77 Chase Winovich, DE Michigan
3-87 Damien Harris, RB Alabama
3-101 Yodny Cajuste, OT WVU
4-118 Hjalte Froholdt, OG Arkansas
4-133 Jarrett Stidham, QB Auburn
5-159 Byron Cowart, DT Maryland
5-163 Jake Bailey, P Stanford
7-252 Ken Webster, CB Ole Miss

2018 Picks:

1 (23) Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia.
1 (31) Sony Michel, RB, Georgia.
2 (56) Duke Dawson, CB, Florida.
5-143 Ja’Whaun Bentley LB Purdue
6-178 Christian Sam, ILB Arizona ST
6 (210) Braxton Berrios, WR, Miami
7 (219) Danny Etling, QB, LSU
7-243 Keion Crossen CB W.Carolina
7 (250) Ryan Izzo, TE, FLA ST

Key F.A. Signed:

Brian Hoyer QB

Matthew Slater WR/ST

Damiere Byrd WR/Speed

Joe Thuney OLG

Danny Vitale FB/ST

Beau Allen DT

Brandon Copeland OLB/DE

Devin McCourty FS

Adrian Phillips ST/SS/LB

Cody Davis ST

Key F.A.: 
Maurice Harris WR

Dontrelle Inman WR

Benjamin Watson TE

Key F.A. Lost:

Tom Brady (gulp)

Phillip Dorsett WR

Ted Karras OC

Danny Shelton DT

Kyle Van Noy OLB

Jamie Collins OLB

Elandon Roberts LB

Nate Ebner ST

The Team: Wow! What the hell do you do here. Trade down again. I mean: Hurts-Gross-Matos? Taylor-Swift (tee-hee)? They could definitely use an Edge dude here. The problem is that they traded down here with a player in mind. A player they were confident would still be here when they picked. I think it comes down to a few select players here: Hurts or Claypool. McKinney? 

This pick is the crux of the Draft for the Pats. We will learn a lot about what BB thinks about Stidham. If they go Hurts here, they are saying it is going to be a competition and Stidham isn't quite ready for primetime. If they pass on Hurts here that means BB trusts Stidham to be the starter. Which doesn't mean they won't trade back up into the 2nd with a couple of 3rds if he drops past 50. 

In his core BB, is still a D-Coordinator. They lost their two veteran OLB. Gross-Matos is an athletic freak, who has not put it all together mentally. He can learn a lot from BB. BB knows how to turn these super athletic freaks into football players. If he ran a great Forty, he would have been a lock in the 1st. The Pats desperately need to help the offense, but if Gross-Matos falls to this pick they cannot pass on him. 

Getting a TE who can run block, helps a young QB. Getting a TE who is excellent in pass pro, and can chip and go and still get open short and quick in pattern, helps a young QB. Getting a TE who can get open in pattern all over the field, helps a young QB. 

I don't know, Jalen Hurts. I keep hearing Jalen Hurts. Jalen. Hurts! Jalen Hurts? 

Can they take him here at 23? It will give them the 5th year. You usually want to take your QB in 1st to get that 5th year. Because the contract after the rookie contracts are creeping up to a quarter Billion, if your pick is a success. I have him at 50, but if he is viable option at QB, who can win games, than he is a viable option here. 

I still think of him as the Alabama QB, so I say no. But... he was terrific at Oklahoma last season. You have to be tough, smart, and a leader to play QB in the NFL. If you don't have one of those traits, forget about it. He has those Traits. You have to have the arm, the eyes, and the quick processing brain. He doesn't always have the eyes. But he was clearly better and quicker with his reads last season in Oklahoma. 

He has top character, a top work ethic, and improving decision making abilities. All three are also without exception imperative to playing QB in the NFL. There is no question that Hurts has those three imperatives. He is such a great runner that it is easy to forget that he has a great arm. He can make all the throws, and was truly great last season throwing with touch to Lamb 

He is also improving. And that is not a cheap shot that is an impressive as well. No college QB is ready for the NFL. The ones that improve the most after they are drafted are the ones that succeed. He was the second most impressive QBs in this Draft in improving last season of the top five QBs in this Draft. Obviously Burrow was number one. 

That's why BB Redshirts all QBs. They are not ready to handle an NFL offense. Never mind try and enact one in a game. It is more complicated than anything they have seen. That's why Stidham is the starting QB for the Pats next season. He has spent the past year learning the Pats complicated system, and now he is going to try to get it to work on the field. 

If they draft Hurts he will be instantly redshirted and spend the next year reading and learning the Patriots Offense like a librarian. Reading plays. Watching Tape. Spending hour talking, and  taking and giving questions to Josh McDaniels. When McDaniels was an HC, he drafted Tim Tebow. Many forget that. Not that I'm busting his balls. But it shows that he has a affinity for running QBs, option QBs, or dual threat QBs. 

Which is the question. Is he an Option QB, which you don't want. Or a dual threat QB, who can make defenses crazy. I am not a big fan of running QBs, they get hurt too much. However, a duel threat QB who can throw first, and is smart enough to run out of bounds to avoid the big hit? That is a QB you can win with in the NFL. He looked like more of a duel threat QB to me last season.  

So this endless echoing is not out of the question. It might be physically impossible. They don't have 2nd, and trading down is always a double edged sword. You have to find someone to trade with you and give what you see as fair value. If the Pats see two 2nds as fair value, they have to find a team with two 2nd round picks who agree. 

The Colts would be best with 34 and 44, but what are the odds of that happening? The Bears have 43 and 50, and the Pats have traded down with them before. Both of those seems a little high, and maybe a Gronk 4th could make the difference. The Seahawks have 59 and 64, but no pick before 50. He will go before 50. I think there's one more but I can't seem to find it. I know Atlanta had two, but traded one already. So it looks like the Bears to me or bust, and they have been making a big deal the past couple of years getting rid of their 1sts for extra picks. 

So it will be interesting to see what they do. All this talk of moving up is BS. The Pats don't have a 2nd. So what are they going to give up to move up in the 1st? They sure as hell can't give up next years 1st with no proven dude as QB, and every team in the Division seeking revenge for the past 20 years. They could lose for Lawrence whether they like it or not, if Stidham is still a little too young. So if the want Hurts, it looks like it is do or die at 23. 

I'm too tired an chicken to switch this pick to Hurts tonight, but maybe tomorrow morning. 

The Player: Gross-Matos plays on both sides. I didn’t realize that until the Michigan game. Great job slamming into two OLs on the Stunt and jamming the ORT in the ORG to open up the DT and go untouched around them. He gets too busy fighting the OLT sometimes to find the ball. He will be happy shoving the OLT up, setting the edge, and just not move. He is a frustrating prospect sometimes. He gets fooled too easily on play action and will stand and watch unblocked. I would have trouble passing on him in the 3rd, because of his great athleticism, but I think he might be a Day Three player. 

Great get off but wastes it too much by staring at the QB. He can be stopped on the backside by the RB. When he goes full on attack mode. He can slash into the backfield fast. He might struggle to find the RB, but he disrupts the play, instead of dancing on the edge. He will line up on the OC and stunt all the way outside and then curl into the backfield. Great movement skills. A tick below 35" Arms is a great number for an Edgerusher.

Taken from PatsDraft.com 2020 NFL Draft Preview: Number 27. *Yetur Gross-Matos- 6-5, 264, EDGE, Penn State, #99: He was my favorite edgerusher to watch last season. He just needs to hit the QB a few more times. He could end up being the top edgerusher in this Draft. He has the speed to run the arc. He can bend the corner. Nice Rip to the QB. Great technique. Knows how to use his hands and long arms. 

He likes to turn inside as he rushes and go upfield sideways low, so he can see the QB and the RB. Very quick twitch with fierce hands. He wins hand fights. He is so good at powering through the OLT and grabbing the RB on the edge. He can make the great left tackles look bad. 

He can take on multiple blockers. He can shove off the TE and then run through the RB and chase down the QB on the opposite side of the field. He can use speed to power to jolt the OLT off balance and then throw him to the ground. His game against Iowa in 2018 was one of the best I’ve seen from a D-end. He had 20 TFLs last season. 

He can be tough slamming inside to knock the OLT back and free up the DT to stunt around him. It is amazing how he can make blockers miss. He can grab the OG’s arms and shove them outside and ole’ the OLT and tackle the RB for the TFL. 

He is so good at dipping under the OLT. The lower he plays, the better he gets. Nice burst upfield, and has a great spin move back on the delayed handoff. He is amazing at getting to the other side of the line. He finds the ball carrier. 

I love the way he moves on the field. He is a more impressive athlete moving in combat than a football player and he is a damn good football player. He is so slick making the OLT miss with his great inside move, and going and getting the RB running behind him.  

The Reason: I cannot believe that he wasn't take in the 1st. He is a legit 1st Round talent. BB is trying to turn his son into an NFL D-Coordinator. Getting him a flash and Dash OLB/DE who can rush standing up and has the athleticism to drop, can do nothing but help him. He is bigger and more explosive than both Van Noy and Collins. He played standing up and with a hand down at Penn ST. He can play that stand up OLB that the Pats used so effectively last season. Only he's McGinest sized at 265-pounds, and almost 35" Arms. 

2nd Choice: Jalen Hurts QB Oklahoma. 

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04/05 Joe Burrow- Looks Like The Goat, Sometimes.

03/30 Antonio Gandy-Golden- Power Forward WR: V.

03/30 Josh Uche Wash- Not Really An Edge, But...

03/30 Harrison Bryant FAU- Not Just An H-back.

03/30 Hunter Bryant Wash- My Favorite H-Back In The Draft.

03/30 A.J. Dillon: Pure Power.

03/30 Michael Ojemudia- My favorite CB In The Draft.

03/30 Bryan Edwards- Power Forward Part IV.

03/30 James Proche- All Flash and Dash: Part IV.

03/30 Collin Johnson: Power Forward: Part III.

03/30 JK Dobbins- Roadrunner.

03/27 Khalid Kareem: Much More Of An Edge.

03/27 Julian Okwara: Not really an Edge.

03/26 Jonathan Taylor- The Six Million Dollar Man.

02/29 Albert O- My Favorite TE In This Draft.

02/29 Devin Duvernay: My Favorite WR In This Draft.

02/29 Adam Trautman- Not A 1st, But...

02/29 Cole Kmet- Not A 1st, But...

02/29 Brycen Hopkins- More H-Back Than Tight End.

02/29 Jared Pinkney- More H-Back Than Tight End.

02/29 *Laviska Shenault- All Flash And Dash: Part I.

02/29 *Jalen Reagor- All Flash And Dash: Part II.

02/29 Brandon Aiyuk- All Flash And Dash: Part III.

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

02/29 Denzel Mims- Power Forward: Part II.

02/29 Chase Claypool- Not A 1st, But...  

07/01/19 Justin Herbert- Could be 1st Pick Part I.

07/01/19 AJ Epenesa- Could be 1st Pick Part III-2019 Bio.

07/01/19 Anfernee Jennings- Introducing Pats Pick 2020.


4/25 Darnell Savage: A Little Birdie Told Me, But...

4/25 Dwayne Haskins: Redux, But...

4/24 Andy Isabella: The Best WR in the Draft, But...

4/23 Tyre Brady: The Best WR in the Draft, But...

4/23 Ed Oliver: The Tazmanian Devil.

4/22 Keelan Doss: The Best WR at the SB, But...

4/22 Will Harris: 1st Round Safety, But...

4/21 Damien Harris: If Not For Sony Michel?

4/21 Maxx Crosby: He's a Small School Wunderkind, But...

4/20 Kahal Warring: A 3rd Round Option For Brady?

4/20 Foster Moreau: The Best Blocking TE, But...

4/19 Nick Bosa: He Ain't His Brother, But...

4/19 Terry McLaurin: The Best WR in the Draft, But...

4/18 Jonah Williams: Fighting For Respect.

4/18 Ross Pierschbacher: The Best OC in the Draft, But...

4/17 Will Greer: Air Raid QB, But...

4/17 David Montgomery: The Most Underrated RB But...

4/12 Austin Bryant: 2018 Bio. Updated.

4/11 Jerry Tillery: The Best 3-Tech, But...

4/07 Quinnen Williams: The Best Interior Rusher, But...

4/07 Drew Lock: The Best Arm In The Draft, But...

4/06 Lonnie Johnson: The Best FS at CB In The Draft, But...

4/06 Josh Allen: The Best Passrusher In The Draft.

4/05 Christian Wilkins: 2018 Bio. Updated.

4/05 Clelin Ferrell: 2018 Bio. Updated.

4/03 Nick Bosa: He Ain't His Brother, But...

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

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

4/01 Montez Sweat: Bring On Your Wrecking Ball,

4/01 Kyler Murray: The Most Dynamic Player In The FBS, But...

3/31 Miles Boykin: One Year Wonder, But...

3/31 Chauncey Gardner-Johnson: The Best FS, But...

3/30 Kaden Smith: The Next Zack Ertz.

3/30 Hakeem Butler: The Best WR In The Draft, But...

3/29 David Sills: The Best Pats Type WR In The Draft, But...

3/29 Johnathan Abrams: Step Aside, Gulp... Rodney.

3/29 Josh Rosen: The Most Ready QB.

3/28 Andre Dillard: Best OL In The Draft, But Nothing!.

3/28 Jace Sternberger: One Year Wonder, But...

3/27 Zach Allen: Dominance.

3/27 Chris Lindstrom: Fighting For Respect.

3/26 Caleb Wilson: Testing The Seam.

3/26 Anthony Nelson: D-End From Iowa?

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

3/20 Josh Jacobs: The Best RB In 2019 Draft. But...

3/20 Irv Smith: The Best Slot TE In 2019 Draft. But...

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

3/18 Noah Fant: The Best TE in 2019 Draft, But...

3/18 AJ Brown: The Best Slot WR In 2019 Draft. But...

2/20 D.K. Metcalf: The Best WR in 2019. But...

2/20 Kelvin Harmon: The Best Blocking WR In 2019 Draft. But...

2/20 Deebo Samuel: The Best Slot/Speed WR In 2019 Draft. But...

2/20 Marquise Brown: The Best Pure Speed WR In 2019 Draft. But...

2/20 Bryce Love: Bio: Fighting For Respect.




Defense: 4-3


Josh Jones-

Houston, OLT

6-5, 319, (O) 5.27,

33 7/8" Arm, 24 Reps,

9'1"Broad, 28.5"Vert,


Derrick Brown

DT, Auburn

DT, OT, DT, LB, DT, CB, WR, OC, OG, Edge, QB, DE, WR, LB, TE

2019 Picks:

1 (16) Brian Burns, DE, FSU
2 (37) Greg Little, OLT, Mississippi
3 (100) Will Grier, QB, WVU
4 (115) Christian Miller, LB Alabama
5 (154) Jordan Scarlett, RB, Florida
6-212 Dennis Daley, OT S. Carolina
7 (237) Terry Godwin, WR, Georgia

2018 Picks:

1 (16) Brian Burns, DE Florida State
2 (37) Greg Little, OLT Ole Miss
3 (100) Will Grier, QB West Virginia
4 (115) Christian Miller, LB Alabama
5 (154)  Jordan Scarlett RB Florida
6 (212)  Dennis Daley OL S. Carolina
7 (237) Terry Godwin, WR Georgia

Key F.A. Signed:

Teddy Bridgewater QB

Seth Roberts WR

Keith Kirkwood WR

Pharoh Cooper WR

Marcus Baugh TE

Tyler Shatley OG

John Miller OG

Stephen Weatherly DE

Tahir Whitehead OLB

Juston Burris CB

Key F.A.: 
Chris Hogan WR
Torrey Smith WR
Daryl Williams OT

Mario Addison DE
Ross Cockrell, CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Greg Olson TE

Marcus Baugh TE

Greg Van Roten OG

Gerald McCoy DT

Vernon Butler DT

Mario Addison OLB

Bruce Irvin, OLB

James Bradberry CB

The Team: Well.. Here I am... Right in the middle of making a Mock... And the Panthers just cut Cam Newton. This could the perfect situation for Eason. He can sit and learn behind Bridgewater for a few years. I thought the Pats should have gone after Bridgewater. All he does is win. But BB didn't even give him a whiff. That's when I new they had settled on Stidham and that was that.

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.

Second Choice: Ross Blaylock DT




Defense: 4-3

*Jonathan Taylor

RB Wisconsin 

5-10, 226, (O) 4.39! 

7.01 3-Cone, 4.24 SS, 

10'3" Broad! 36" Vert, 

17 Reps, 


*Tua Tagovailoa

QB Alabama


Josh Jones-

Houston, OLT


Noah Igbinoghene-

CB Auburn


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 OL 

Vernon Butler DT

Shaq Lawson DE

Emmanuel Ogbah DE  

Kyle Van Noy OLB

Kamu Grugier-Hill OLB

Elandon Roberts LB

Byron Jones CB

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: Boy I'll tell you what. If you got a fragile QB, you better build one hell of a great run game. 

Miami will be breaking in a young QB this season, in this scenario Tua. So they have to get him some blocking and weapons, that much we know is true (not that I would mind if they didn't;). Then picked up an athletic OLT, who hasn't put is all together yet, to protect his back. Now they need to get him some weapons. But the WRs will be there later, and their are plenty of Day two and Three tight ends. He has NFL suddenness in cuts going outside.

Great quicks. It amazes me how he makes guys miss at speed and cut without slowing, and can make multiple guys miss with a shimmy-shimmy-shake and explosive one cuts. He is so good at turning a loss into 3 or 4 yards. He can ship on the Edge guy. He is short, but tough in pass pro. 

The Player: 03/26 Jonathan Taylor- The Six Million Dollar Man.



Swift has a great explosive cuts off the hand off to get the 1st down on short yardage. Terrific eyes, instincts running the ball. Terrific cutback runner. He sees that cutback lane as well as anyone. He has such nifty feet to make guys miss. He is so shifty that he make guys miss just enough to run through them. Sudden lighting quicks. Amazing body control cutting at inhuman speeds. Loose hips and great knee bend allow him to make breaks at speeds other RB can't. 

Great receiver out of the backfield. He turns the easy throws from Fromm into big plays. Good job in blitz pick up when the OLB rushes from the outside. He knows how to get open short to give Fromm a place to dump it off when he has nothing else. Great hands to leap out high and outside and snag the bad pass. Plays low and in leverage blocking in front of Fromm. He can be overwhelmed by size in pass pro. He can give a good hit in pass pro. Balanced and grabby in pass pro. 
LSU: He is amazing juking guys with the most explosive one-cut in this Draft. Then he can power over the DB and hurt him on the edge. Terrific runner on 3rd and 1. When they run a toss to him he is the best blend of power and speed of any RB in this Draft. He can show great patience to let his blockers work, and then cut back against the grain to pick up the game winning yardage. Great blend of vision and patience reading blocks, then explosion. Great zone blocking scheme runningback. Gets lost in traffic, cutting back behind the OLs, so the DLs can't find him.
Texas A&M: He seems to get 9-10 yards out of 3 or 4 yard blocks. He is so shifty. He just gives a little shoulder shake and rushes for another 5 to 10 yards. When he jukes he makes guys miss as quick as I've seen. He always seems to fall forward. Downhill runner who is shifty, but doesn’t really goof around, he gets down hill fast. Amazing gift for making guys miss just enough. He even leaped over a guy against A&M. Great vision. Amazing short area explosion. Plays bloody. 
Fighting Irish: Great quicks. It amazes me how he makes guys miss at full speed with cuts, without slowing and makes multiple guys miss. He has NFL suddenness in cuts going outside. He is so good at turning a loss into 3 or 4 yards. He really hits the hole with some speed. He gives it up for his teammate. Nice job readjusting when the hole is filled. He makes more guys miss with subtle moves better than anyone in this Draft. You can cannot hand tackle him. He just keeps moving forward through the chaos. Terrific goal line runner. Not a power runner. Electric Scat back. 

Combine: Good 40. He is such a good slasher. He has some speed as well. He really sees it with the ball in his hands. Very elusive in the open field. Tough to tackle from the side. Weaves through traffic well. Nice skip outside. He has some explosion on the second move. Great soft hands. He can make the silent catch as the ball melts in his hands, and make it look easy. He’ll let the ball slip through his hands sometimes. Nice inside break in pattern. He can reach back for the pass behind him. Amazing athlete with elite quickness, body control and balance.

The Reason: I always say the best thing you can do for a young QB is to give him a great running game, like Tua had at Alabama. Tua is great off the play action rolling outside. He can throw it deep, hit the crossing TE, dump it off to the RB, or take off with equal ease. Not only is Swift a great runner, he is also great at catching the ball out of the backfield. 

He can line up on the line like a WR as well. But he is also a great RB that can take a ton of pressure off a young QB like Tua. Tua also has injury concerns and keeping the rush off his ankles and hip has to be their top priority. That is what Cleveland and Swift will do. A great running game devastates the rush and the rushers, period. 


Weaver is the best Edge left. He is likely to go in the 1st. But he is shorter than expected and has shorter arms than expected. So he falls into the 2nd Round.


Second Choice: Grant Delpit FS 



Defense: 3-4


*Ross Blacklock-


6-3 1/8", 290, 

Split-1.76, (U) 4.91,  

7.77 3-Cone, 4.67 SS,

8'11"Broad, 29"Vert



2019 Picks:

1-23 Tytus Howard OLT Alabama ST
2-54 Lonnie Johnson, CB Kentucky
2-55 Max Scharping, OT N. Illinois
3-86 Kahale Warrin, TE San Diego
5-161 Charles Omenihu, DE Texas
195 Xavier Crawford CB C. Michigan
7-220 Cullen Gillaspia RB TexasA&M

2018 Picks:

3 (68) Justin Reid, SS Stanford
3 (80) Martinas Rankin, OC, Miss ST
3 (98) Jordan Akins, TE, UCF
4 (103) Keke Coutee WR Texas Tech
6-177 Duke Ejiofor DE Wake Forest
6 Jordan Thomas TE Mississippi ST
6 -214 Peter Kalambayl, DE Stanford.
7 Jermaine Kelly, DB San Jose ST

Key F.A. Signed:  
Randell Cobb WR

Roderick Johnson OL

Brent Qvale ORT

Jaylen Watkins FS

Eric Murray FS

Vernon Hargreaves CB
Key F.A.:
A.J. McCarron, QB

Carlos Hyde, RB
Matt Kalil, OT
Lamar Miller, RB 

Whitney Mercilus OLB/DE

Johnathan Joseph, CB
Bradley Roby, CB

Jahleel Addae, S

Key F.A. Lost:
Taiwan Jones RB

D.J. Reader, NT/DT
DeAndre Hopkins WR

Jaylen Watkins CB

The Team: Houston made a bunch of moves this off season. Trading Hopkins for this pick is one of them. But then they lost Reader. He was their big inside presence. They get lucky here with a guy who a lot of people think is a 1st Round talent at DT slips down to them. Again, they can afford to wait to take the Wide Receiver they so desperately need, because they picked up Cobb and the ridiculous depth at WR in this years Draft. 

The Player:  Taken from Mother Of All Mocks- He is an old school DT. He will still line up in front of the OLG when they go into Odd fronts. Good hand technique. He likes to attack with both hands. Likes the swim, because he tends to get too high. It is amazing how much he swings around two or three OLs to get outside, and slash past the ORT to pressure the QB. Elite move, for an interior DL. Great quicks and burst laterally inside. 
The O-line paid a lot of attention to him. Bounces off double team blocks a lot. He needs more of a plan. He gets to wherever he wants with his quicks, explosion, hands, feet and long arms. 
Hustles. Plays hard. He will chase the ball carrier until the whistle blows. He will line up on the Nose as well. Interesting lateral explosion. He will burst outside off the snap, and get all the way to the ORT, and try to rush from there. Twists and stunts laterally first a lot. Lines up as a 1-Tech a lot. Interesting 5-Tech, who can beat the ORT fast with a quick swim, when he sees the RB coming. He looks like an NFL 3-Tech, who can play on both side of the OC. 
Good hands and plays well at arm’s length. Tough to move out of position when he has leverage. He gets doubled almost every play. He can power inside and find the RB in the backfield in traffic. Good job pushing the OG up and staying in front of the RB. Freakishly strong. 

The Reason: They lost their starting Nose Tackle. They have to find a replacement. Blacklock is a huge powerful DT, who they will likely move to Nose Tackle. He has the size, power and strength to play NT in their system. Blacklock dropped out of the 1st Round, because of experience. He only played in two seasons and red shirted for two. 

2019 JUNIOR: Started all 12 games ... tied for the TCU lead with 3.5 sacks, while his 9.0 tackles for loss tied for second ... tied for fifth on the team with 40 tackles ... recorded a tackle for loss in seven games ... had a season-best 2.5 tackles for loss, including a half-sack, as part of five stops in a victory over Kansas ... also recorded sacks versus Purdue, Kansas State and UAPB ... had two tackles for loss in the K-State game ... totaled a career-best seven stops, including one for loss, at Oklahoma State.

The Reason: They lost their starting Nose Tackle. They have to find a replacement. Blacklock is a huge powerful DT, who they will likely move to Nose Tackle. He has the size, power and strength to play NT in their system. Blacklock dropped out of the 1st Round, because of experience. He only played in two seasons and red shirted for two. 

2019 JUNIOR: Started all 12 games ... tied for the TCU lead with 3.5 sacks, while his 9.0 tackles for loss tied for second ... tied for fifth on the team with 40 tackles ... recorded a tackle for loss in seven games ... had a season-best 2.5 tackles for loss, including a half-sack, as part of five stops in a victory over Kansas ... also recorded sacks versus Purdue, Kansas State and UAPB ... had two tackles for loss in the K-State game ... totaled a career-best seven stops, including one for loss, at Oklahoma State.

Second Choice: Chase Claypool WR

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Defense: 3-4

*Grant Delpit


6-2, 213, 30.3" Arms, 


6-4, 216, #9


*Jedrick Willis Jr-

ORT Alabama

OLT, DB, OL, TE, DL, ORT, CB, QB, ILB, Edge, OL, LB, TE, CB, 

2019 Picks:

2 (46) Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
3 (80) Sione Takitaki, LB, BYU
4 (119) Sheldrick Redwine, S Miami
5 (155) Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
5 (170) Austin Seibert, K Oklahoma
6 Drew Forbes OT S.East Missouri
7 (221) Donnie Lewis Jr, CB, Tulane

2018 Picks:

1 (1) Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma.
1 (4) Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State.
2 (33) Austin Corbett, OG, Nevada.
2 (35) Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia.
3 (67) Chad Thomas, DE, Miami.
4 (105) Antonio Callaway, WR, FLA
5-150 Genard Avery,OL,Memphis ST
6 (175) Damion Ratley, WR, A&M.
6 Simeon Thomas, CB, Louisiana-L

Key F.A. Signed:

Case Keenum QB

Jack Conklin OLT

Austin Hooper TE

Andrew Billings, DT

Christian Kirksey ILB

BJ Goodson ILB

Malcolm Jenkins DB

Andrew Sendejo SS

Karl Joseph SS

Key F.A.:

Tyrod Taylor QB 
Earl Watford ORT
Greg Robinson OLT
Orson Charles FB
Rod Streater WR

Da'Mari Scott WR 

Breshad Perriman WR
Rashard Higgins WR 
Pharaoh Brown TE 
Ray-Ray Armstrong OLB
Carl Davis DT
Trevon Coley DT 
Briean Boddy-Calhoun CB

E.J. Gaines CB 

Key F.A. Lost:

Jojo Natson WR

Demetrius Harrris TE

Eric Kush OG

Joe Schobert ILB

Christian Kirksey ILB

Juston Burris CB

Eric Murray FS

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks- Played much-much better in 2018 than 2019. Disappointed severely. Went from lock top ten pick in 2018, to maybe 2nd Round pick in 2019. We need the story. Was he hurt, and didn’t want anyone to know? Or was he protecting himself for 2019 Draft. He made a late burst where he played more like 2018 in the last few games. So either story could still be true.

He played more cover one and cover two Safety in 2019, which will take away some stats. He still charged up fast when a guy caught a pass underneath him, but it is a much further run from Cover One. He did so many more things last season. They liked to have him charge up to the line from Cover Two once the QB went into his count and change the coverage completely and would blitz sometimes.

Great athlete. Great eyes. Finds the ball carrier in traffic like a cop. Great in coverage in 2018 with 5 INTs and was 2nd in the SEC with 14 PBU. Can hit, wrap up, and tackle in the Box. More impactful at Strong Safety than Free Safety. Covers ground getting to the RB. Smart and instinctive. Lines up in the slot to cover TEs and WRs.

He played a lot of Cover one in 2019, which really makes him a more valuable player than in 2018. He just didn’t flash as much in 2019, playing 20-yards or more from the line of scrimmage. He can get from sideline to sideline from Cover One. He played Cover Two a lot on 3rd down. He picked up the TE on the Seam, so the Slot Corner could double the Number One WR outside. He would charge all the way up to the line from Cover One, before the snap, to pick up the WR motioning across the field.

The Player: Alabama: When they blitz him he finds the QB. Then can go and cover the RB out of the backfield and prevent the catch. He can cover the big WR outside. They will have him step outside and cover like a CB. He is a terrific blitzer right up the gut who can get to the QB and force him to throw the ball away fast. He can guard the middle, and make the big time WR miss one over the middle. He is not just a SS/LB, he played a lot of Cover One this year. He is one of the keys to their coverages. When he reads it right, he can blow up the screen all by himself. 

Utah State: He got injured against Utah State and came back in and kept playing. You cannot run at him when he comes up to the line. He is more Strong than Free Safety, but he can make plays in coverage as well. 
Georgia: He was great early in the season, and then got injured. He stayed and played, and his game went downhill. Then he got healthy again and started making plays again late in the season. Made a lot more plays in coverage in 2019. He has great speed on the blitz. He struggled for a few weeks, but started finding the RB again. 

Great job doubling the WR down the seam. Great job keeping his eyes on the QB in coverage, and can burst outside when he sees the throw. He can pick up the deep guy and run with him down the middle in Cover One. He is such a force moving forward, that it is easy to forget that he can play Cover One Safety and cover the deep guy. 
Texas: He can find the RB on the goal line and drive and pull him back. He has that nose for the RB. He will also find the QB when he takes off outside. He will essentially play OLB on Goal lines, and he can run behind the Zone block, and find the QB and take him down for a loss. 
Great blitzer off the Corner. They’ll put him in Cover Two in the Redzone to protect the CBs over the top. The more he can do in coverage the higher he will go, because he is elite against the run. It is amazing how he finds the ball carrier, like when the QB takes off late and Delpit knocks his block off. 

The Reason: Delpit should be a 1st Round and likely will. It is strange even for me that he lasted this long. But strange things happen in the Draft. Lock 1st Round guys drift into the 2nd all the time. Which is a great gift here for the Browns. 

Second Choice: Jordan Elliot DL




Defense: 4-3

Chase Claypool-  

WR/H-B? Fighting Irish

6-4 1/4", 238, (O) 4.42! 10'6"Broad!  40.5" Vert! 32.4"Arms, 19 Reps,



*Isaiah Simmons

LB Clemson


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:

Terry Godwin WR

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 Defense was a mess last season. But because of the depth at WR they were able to snag two impact front seven guys to help right away. Then they can snag a top WR prospect here to help their too young QB. Only, I kind of like their WRs and don't like their Tight Ends. According to Ourlads the two TEs on their roster are Josh Oliver (who did nothing last season) and James O'Shaughnessy (who has a nice Irish name but was just a JAG when he was with the Pats).

The Player02/29 Chase Claypool- Not A 1st, But...

The Reason: He's big. He's fast. He's,,, huh,,, Irish?

Second Choice: Jeremy Chin FS/SS




Defense: 4-3

Kyle Dugger-

Safety Lenoir-Rhyme

 6-1, 217, (O) 4.49,

32 7/8"Arm, 17 Reps,

11'2" Broad! 42" Vertical! 

QB, WR, DB, Edge, OG, DT, DB, LB, CB, QB, TE, OL, LB, DB, DE

2019 Picks:

3-73 David Montgomery RB Iowa ST
4-126 Riley Ridley WR Georgia
6-205 Duke Shelley CB Kansas ST
7-222 Kerrith Whyte RB FLA Atlantic
7 Stephen Denmark, CB Valdosta ST

2018 Picks:

1-8 Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia 
2-39 James Daniels, OL, Iowa
2-51 Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis
4 Joel Iyiegbuniwe, LB W. Kentucky
5-145 Bilal Nichols, DL, Delaware
6-181 Kylie Fitts, Edge, Utah
7-224 Javon Wims, WR, Georgia

Key F.A. Signed:

Jimmy Graham TE

Germain Ifedi OL

Robert Quinn DE

Brent Urban DE

Barkevious Mingo OLB

Jordan Lucas DB

Deon Bush DB

Key F.A.: 
Aaron Lynch, DE
Sherrick McManis, CB
Danny Trevathan, LB

Key F.A. Lost:

Chase Daniel QB

Cornelius Lucas OLT

Nick Williams DT

Nick Kwiatkoski ILB

Leonard Floyd OLB

Kevin Peirre-Louis OLB

Artie Burns CB

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix SS

DeAndre Houston-Carson S

The Team: The Bears need a Safety. Dugger is a great small school prospect. Dude is a freak, and he showed at the Senior Bowl that he could play with the big boys. Amazing size speed athlete. No Safety or small LB has a thing athletically on him. He tested as the most explosive Safety at the Combine. Elite Broad jump and Vertical leap. Brings his Forty speed to the field. He will take some time to develop, but he showed at the Senior Bowl that he was more advanced than expected.  

The Player: Dugger is a true freak of nature. He showed he could play some Corner. Covers TEs, slot guys, and H-backs all over the middle of the field. He was a true FS at Lenoir (and more of a SS and Linebacker at the Senior Bowl). They had him go man a lot at Lenoir. He lined up in the slot a lot and covered the slot guy. He covered the big slot guy on the seam a lot, who looked like an H-back (tough to tell with small school guys, never mind Division 3 guys;). 

Elite athlete, with swivel hips, good feet and elite movement skills at every angle, whether eyeing his man or the QB. Has good feel for position in coverage. Likes to peek back at the QB when covering the WR crossing. Great hips to twist, turn, and bend in any direction in coverage. The guys he covered weren't great, but he was so fluid and sticky in coverage that I didn't care. 

He would line up in Cover Two on the seam, and pick up the big fast WR/H-back going down the seam and shut him down. Covers the Out aggressively, but can get over aggressive and grabby. Nice speed, strength, and aggressiveness to shoulder and elbow off the TE, and explode forward to find the RB in traffic. Elite athlete and level of Comp not a problem. Easy hips turning and running with the WR deep and stay over the top. He was a FS at Lenoir.

Senior Bowl: He can move up to SS and play like an LB at the line. He gets low and mean and can slide laterally and fill the hole and knock the RB off his feet in the hole. Nice quick feet. Disciplined when playing LB at the line. Projects the Edge. He does not let the ball carrier get outside of him. He can hit and tackle the RB at the line on the Draw. He has it all physically, so it is all about eyes and mental acumen for him. Plays with great leverage. Tough and strong. 

Nice speed and burst to slide outside, when lined up as the Mike, and tackle the RB going off tackle. He is so good flashing down hill from FS, and finding the RB in traffic. They lined up at Cover One Safety as well. He has that knack for finding the RB in the middle of the field in all the trash and traffic. Flies to the RB, and knock him back after he makes a great move to break a tackle at the LOS. Excellent job shoving off the TE, and slashing inside to dive and wrap up the RB's legs. He was great in Senior Bowl Practices and showed he could step up. 

He can take the bump from the TE on the seam, and burst forward and knock the pass down on the physical comeback pattern. He can get his hand on the ball in the air. He does have some ball skills. Excellent job covering the TE (Deguara) in the Endzone and shut him down. 

He returned punts at the Senior Bowl. He was a little tentative at first, but seem to get the hang of it as the week went on. He will be playing a lot of special teams as a rookie. Knows how to protect the Edge when lined up at Nickel LB. He can turn the RB inside, and dive into him and tackle him. He is so disciplined on the edge, and can attack inside and hit the RB for the TFL in the backfield. 

Second Choice: Jake Fromm WR





Defense: 3-4

Jordan Elliott

DT/NT Missouri

6-4, 302, (O) 5.02, 

4.73 3-Cone, 27.5"Vert, 

32 3/8"Arms, 23 Reps, 


Laviska Shenault-

WR Colorado

6-1, 227, (O) 4.58, 

31.7" Arms, 17 Reps,  

DT, WR, TE, Edge, QB, WR, OLT, RB, 

2019 Picks:

2-34 Rock Ya-Sin, CB Temple
2-49 Ben Banogu, OLB TCU
2-59 Parris Campbell, WR Ohio ST
3-89 Bobby Okereke, LB Stanford
4-109 Khari Willis, SS Michigan ST
5-144 Marvell Tell, FS USC
5-164 E.J. Speed, LB Tarleton ST
6-199 Gerri Green, DE, Mississippi ST
7-240 Jackson Barton, OT Utah
7-246 Javon Patterson, OC Ole Miss

2018 Picks:

1 (6) Quenton Nelson, OG ND
2 (36) Darius Leonard, LB SC ST
2 (37) Braden Smith, OG Auburn
2 (52) Kemoko Turay, DE, Rutgers
2 (64) Tyquan Lewis, DE, Ohio ST
4 (104) Nyheim Hines, RB, N.C. ST
5-159 Daurice Fountain WR N. Iowa
5 (169) Jordan Wilkins, RB Miss
6 (185) Deon Cain, WR Clemson
7-221 Matthew Adams, LB Houston
7 (235) Zaire Franklin, LB Syracuse

Key F.A. Signed:
Philip Rivers, QB
Key F.A.:
Chad Kelly QB
Spencer Ware, RB
Chester Rogers WR
Devin Funchess WR
Anthony Castonzo OT
Eric Ebron TE
Matthias Farley FS
Clayton Geathers SS
Jabaal Sheard OLB
Adam Vinatieri K
Key F.A. Lost:

Elliot is an extraordinary athlete for a big strong D-tackle. Dude can really move. The Colts are going to draft a DT and a DE. So why not get the best athletes first. 

  Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: He has a great inside out move. He wins with quicks and explosive lateral moves. Knows how to use his hands and feet in unison to shed the OLG and sack the QB. He plays like a 4-Tech. He lines up in Odd fronts a lot, but will still line up on the nose of the OLG or OC. Not really a Nose Tackle.

He is very effective as a 4-Tech, which was something BB was obsessed with getting a few years ago. If the Pats pick at 23, it could be him. He will line up at 3-Tech. He will line up like a 4-Tech in even fronts. When they over load a side, he will line up as a 5-Tech and try to run the arc. He mostly plays on the Weakside, but he will play on the strongside in the 2nd Half.

He is at his best avoiding blocks moving laterally. When he moves to follow the RB to the right, he can knock off blocks with his hands, arms, and inside shoulder. His initial burst is why he is going to get drafted early. He is a pure blast off rusher. He can extend his arms and use speed to power to knock the OLG back a few feet with a great jolt with his hands. Nice spin move after he gets to the outside, and he can spin back inside to flush the QB. 

He looks a little small, or rather thin. But he is tough, strong, and explosive. He has a great jam, and then Swim right into the QB. He looks like an NFL 3-Tech. Very light and bouncy on his feet. Loves the Swim move.

The Player: 03/2020: He played on the QB's right a lot. He was the guy OLs doubled on passing downs. He has that knack for hitting the quarterback at somewhere over 300-pounds. Doesn't have the longest arms for a DL. So he wins fast or can get stuck. But his powerful legs don't let him stay stuck for long. Great second effort guy, who will fight when he gets stuck and can adjust when the QB moves. He usually lines up at 2-Tech, infront of the OLG, or shaded inside a little and can stunt all the way around the ORT and hit the QB. Great mover. Sudden. Explosive. Terrifying. 

He'll get grabbed the OLT, jabbed but the OLG, and chip on by the RB outside in the rush. So don't trust me, trust the opponent's coaches, who game-planned against him (4:00). He will line up on the Nose sometimes and finds the ball carrier consistently (4:11). But he mostly lines up in front or shaded off the OLG (4:31). He has a great get off as well. 

He will also line up on the Nose and try to rush outside (4:56). He has the burst to power to blow up the run game, and then jump on top of the RB (5:41). He is the guy OLs double in the rush (5:52). Lines up in Odd fronts a lot. Nice stack and player (5:59). Then the explosion (6:15). He can slip the block when he swipes the OL's hands down and swim over the OLG to go and hurt the Quarterback. The More I Watch Him The More I Like Him. 

The Reason: Tough. Aggressive. Bull Dozer. Heavy Hands. Powerful hands to control blockers. He should be long gone here, but I had trouble finding homes for the D-tackles in this Draft for some unexplainable reason. 

Second Choice: Albert Okwuegbunam TE 




Defense: 4-3

*Trevon Diggs-

CB Alabama

6-1, 205, 32 3/4"Arm, 


*Tristan Wirfs

OLT Iowa



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


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
Ndamukong Suh DT

Noah Spence DE

Deone Bucannon LB

Ryan Smith CB

Key FA Lost:

Carl Nassib DE

Beau Allen DT

The Team:  They signed enough Pats to completely retool the Offense. Now they have to fix their defense. .  

The Player: Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: Great ball skills. He played WR in high school. He used that knowledge well. He knows what WRs are trying to do when they line up in front of him. And it shows up on the field. I love this kid. He is a guy that the Pats could use. Terrific swivel hips moving backwards fast. He doesn’t struggle to do anything athletically. 
He is right on the WR’s shoulder as he crosses over the middle. Terrific size to cover the big guys. He can shed the WR at the point, and hit the RB swinging outside behind him. Good leader who sets up the Defense. Likes to press. Gets signals from the sideline. Runs down the seam with nice speed. Inconsistent. Has only played CB for three seasons. 
Terrific snap outside. Grabs the WR when he tries to post him up. Drops into off, and zones over the top of the WR. He doesn’t line up in the slot a lot. He lined up and looks like he’s zoning outside when they don’t send anyone out wide. He’ll pick up the WR only if he angles out to his side. Plays with his back to the QB a lot. 
Diggs got beat early against LSU, but then came back and hit the WR down for a few quarters. Great job using his hands, where the ref can’t see it. When he wants he can get as physical as anyone CB in this Draft. He tries to rip the ball out too much, instead of just tackling. He can cover the big WR. He knows how to cut off the WR going down the sideline.

They have him play one on one all game on the QB’s right. He is so good in finesse press. He turns his hips in a flash and runs sideways stride for stride with the number one WR. Very aware player, who scooped up a fumble behind the DL in one endzone and took off for 100-plus yard return. Terrific hips to snap back turn and run in the Slot. He loses when things get rough. 

He ran a 4.55 as a sophomore WR at AlabamaHe is Stephon Diggs younger brother. “That’s like my dad, honestly,” Trevon said about Stephon. “He was there for me when my father passed. So he’s always taking care of me. I always ask him everything: Two o’ clock in the morning, I’m asking him questions. There’s a lot that he helps me with. He always helps keep me on cue.” So he has a step up into the NFL already. 

Senior (2019): Selected as a first team All-American by Pro Football Focus ... tabbed a second team All-American by the AFCA and The Sporting News ... third team All-America selection by the Associated Press ... earned All-SEC first team recognition from the Associated Press ... selected as second team All-SEC honoree by the league coaches ... tied for the team lead in pass breakups with eight ... allowed a passer rating of just 44.5 when he was targeted, according to PFF ... totaled 37 tackles, including half a stop for loss (-1 yard) to go with three interceptions to tie for second on the team as a senior ... tallied 79 yards on his picks, including an 84-yard pick-six against Arkansas ... also scooped up two fumbles and accounted for a score and 100-plus combined return yards ... named to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List ... selected as one of the defensive players of the week by the Alabama coaching staff for his efforts against New Mexico State, South Carolina and Mississippi State. Duke: Recorded one of the Crimson Tide’s two interceptions on the day while adding a fumble recovery and two tackles in the season opener. New Mexico State: Contributed four tackles in the home opener ... his efforts to help limit the Aggies to only 161 yards passing earned him defensive player of the week accolades from the Tide coaches. South Carolina: Selected as one of the defensive players of the week by the Alabama staff for his play in Columbia ... recorded three tackles and helped lock down his side of the field. Southern Miss: Picked off his second pass of the season while adding three tackles on the day ... played a key role in helping UA limit the Golden Eagles to just 174 yards passing. Ole Miss: Notched a pair of tackles and broke up a pass against the Rebels ... also saw time at kick and punt returner on the day. Texas A&M: Broke up two passes, part of the Tide’s 10 on the afternoon ... added four tackles in College Station. Tennessee: Returned a Volunteers’ fumble 100-plus yards, picking up the loose ball inside the Tide’s end zone and returning it for six ... contributed two tackles and a pass breakup to go with the fumble recovery. Arkansas: Picked off his third pass of the season and returned the errant throw 84 yards for a touchdown, the first pick-six of his career ... added two tackles and broke up a pass in the Tide’s Homecoming victory. LSU: Recorded a career-high 10 tackles against the Tigers. Mississippi State: Earned defensive player of the week accolades from the Tide coaches for his play in Starkville ... contributed four tackles, including half a stop for loss (-1 yard) ... added one pass breakup, just missing a one-handed interception as the ground broke the ball loose. Western Carolina: Broke up one pass on Senior Day ... helped limit the Catamounts to only 112 yards passing. Auburn: Finished with one tackle and a pass breakup in the Iron Bowl matchup. Michigan: Elected to sit out the Citrus Bowl.

Junior (2018): One of the Tide’s top athletes who has seen time in various roles across his three seasons ... worked into the starting role at corner for his junior campaign ... suffered a foot injury at Arkansas that sidelined him for the remainder of the 2018 season ... tied for fourth in the SEC in passes defensed at seven before his injury ... broke up a team-high six passes while picking off his first career pass ... added 20 tackles and one forced fumble through his six starts at corner ... selected to the Paul Hornung Award Watch List going into the new season ... earned defensive player of the week recognition from the Alabama coaching staff for his play against Louisiana. Louisville: Broke up one pass against the Cardinals. Arkansas State: Collected two tackles and broke up a pass in the home opener. Ole Miss: Totaled two pass breakups, making a pair of athletic plays to get a hand on balls that would have resulted in big gains ... added one tackle and fielded a punt to round out his night in Oxford. Texas A&M: Recorded a career-high six tackles and added one pass breakup against the Aggies. Louisiana: Picked off his first career pass to end the first half against the Ragin’ Cajuns ... also forced his first fumble of the season and contributed four tackles on the day to earn defensive player of the week accolades from the UA coaching staff. Arkansas: Suffered a significant foot injury against the Razorbacks ... tallied a career-high seven tackles while breaking up one pass in Fayetteville.

The Reason: They need more than one CB. Diggs could be a Number One Corner in the NFL with his great ball skills.  

Second Choice: Khalid Kareem Edge





Defense: 3-4

Curtis Weaver-

Edge Boise St

6-2, 265, 7.0 3-Cone! 

4.27 SS, 32 3/8" Arms,

9'8"Broad, 32.5"Vert,


Jerry Jeudy-

WR Alabama


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

Derek Wolfe, DL

Will Parks, S

Justin Simmons, S

Key F.A. Lost:

Joe Flacco QB

Emmanuel Sanders WR 

Connor McGovern OC

Chris Harris CB

WIll Parks DB

The Team: They helped out their young QB with maybe the best deep threat in the Draft. Now they need to get someone who can hit the quarterback on defense. I like both Notre Dame Edge guys. But Kareem is bigger with much longer arms. He is not as flashy as Kareem, but stronger. 

The Player: Weaver is an underrated athletic Edgerusher. 

The Player: Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: The Jags will be looking for an Edgerusher again. They have to hit the QB better. Weaver is an odd looking guy, but he has that knack for hitting the quarterback. 

He likes the spin move inside. He has speed to power. He can put the OLT on skates, pancake him, and force the QB to throw early. He is a power D-end. Nice job using speed to power to shove the OLT back, and breaking inside through the double by the OLG, and forcing the QB to throw it away. Then he’ll zone drop on the next play as two OLs watch him retreat and don’t block a rusher. Nice fake up field then he has quick feet moving backwards in zone drop. 

Nice balance in hands and feet as he hops around the OLT’s chop block and gets into the backfield. Nice job leading with his hands. When he wins the hand fights, he wins the rush. Nice job working off the TE, and through the ORT to the RB. Much better space player than his size would indicate. He is an unusual prospect. 

They line him up all over. But he is mostly an OLB. Great job picking up the RB out of the backfield. For such a big guy he can cover the little RB out of the backfield and tackle him as he catches the ball. He will give up the Edge hopping outside. Switches sides a lot. He will stand up in even fronts as well. 

I think he is very underrated. 

RS JUNIOR (2019): Earned nine All-America honors...named to the All-America First Teams by Walter Camp, CBS Sports, and The Sporting News...earned second-team All-America honors from the AFCA, Associated Press, The Athletic, ESPN, FWAA, and USA TODAY...voted the Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year, and earned his third-straight selection to the All-Mountain West First Team...ends his career as the Mountain West's all-time sack leader, and second in Boise State history, with 34.0...became the Mountain West's all-time sack leader Oct. 5 at UNLV, recording three sacks to pass the previous benchmark of 28.5 shared by BYU's Jan Jorgensen (2006-09) and TCU's Jerry Hughes (2006-09)...started all 14 games...led Boise State in sacks (13.5) and tackles-for-loss (18.5), while racking up 52 tackles, and interception, and a forced fumble...led the Mountain West in both sacks and tackles-for-loss, while finishing tied for fifth and tied for 12th in the country, respectively...made a sack and 1.5 tackles-for-loss among his three tackles (two solo) at Florida State.  

The Reason: Weaver is the best Edge left. He is likely to go in the 1st. But he is shorter than expected and has shorter arms than expected. So he falls into the 2nd Round. 

Second Choice: Jordan Elliot DL




Defense: 4-3

**Jacob Eason

QB Washington

6-5 7/8", 231, (U) 4.9,

32 7/8"Arm, 7.5 3-Cone,

4.75 Short Shuttle,

9'2" Broad, 27.5" Vert, 


A.J. Terrell-

CB Clemson


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: A young QB to develop. 

The Player: Eason is an ultra talented QB who had some trouble at a couple of colleges. He ended up at Washington and was pretty darn good. But I saw him choke away a couple of games last season and lost the love. But he has the arm and everything physically you want in a QB. He is better than I give him credit for being. 

He can make all the throws. He can make clutch plays on 3rd and 4th down. He can drive his team down when down two scores and throw the TD pass to get them close, but not win. He will struggling when in the final drive, when down a score or less, and need to tie or win the game late in the 4th. Showed some clutch as well (I'm trying to move past the 2 chokes, but I can't seem too;).

Colorado: He has some clutch. He can make the great pass while being hit on 4th down (see;). Then throw the TD pass in the 4th quarter to get within a TD. He can throw it 60-yards downfield on a Dime. Great arm. He can loft it anywhere he wants. He has a cannon, but can throw with touch and accuracy. Quick and fast in the pocket. Better athlete than you'd think. When he takes off from the pocket he has some nice speed moving around, but will struggle to throw accurately on the move. The more I watch his feet the more I like them. Great size-arm combination. 

Great job running an NFL play action and finding the TE over the middle, after he turns his back to the defense. When he is calm in the pocket he looks ready for the NFL. When he his not, he looks like he should stay in school. He can struggle to throw when he gets chased out of the pocket. He will struggle to complete the next pass after he takes a big hit sometimes.  

He runs a great NFL play action and can find his 3rd Option. Nice footwork in the pocket. Nice job escaping the rush inside, by turning and bursting outside. Throws quick to the Slant. He is known for his great calm temperament. He has a great spin-back move to make three rushers miss, and spot his outside WR and hit him. Big pocket QB. Has good experience in multiple programs.

Oregon: He steps up in big games. He was great in the Oregon game. He was 20 of 25 with 3 TDs going into the 4th quarter. He finally started showing his inexperience late in the 4th against Oregon. Then he had to shift to the left due to pressure, and threw a dart to the WR for 20-yards, on 3rd and 23. He was great during the first three quarters... then fell apart. He lead them to 31-points in the first three quarters and was up 31-28 after three. He didn't lead them to a score in the 4th quarter and lost the game 35 to 31. This game really bother me. Maybe a little too much. 

He is terrifying in the two minute drive. He gets quicker and more accurate at the two minute warning at the Half. He kept going over the middle to find yards in the two minute warning before the Half. He is so good at taking some heat off, and floating the touch pass deep down the sideline. He is known as a missile thrower, but he throws with some touch 30 to 50 yards down field.

He runs a more convention NFL offense at Washington. He can find the RB cruising back over the middle as the 3rd option and hit him right in the chest. Man does he throw a great deep ball. He puts it up high and deep, and it drops right into the breadbasket 50-yards down field. That is such a great weapon to prevent Defense from getting too aggressive and playing up too close to the line.

Utah: He can put it on his WR outside shoulder from over 30-yards out. He has an odd wide stance in the pocket. He was a pure shotgun QB at Washington, and needs to work on his footwork. Though it is amazing how he can throw rockets with his feet out of proper form. He played under center at Georgia, but not so much at Washington. Better feet as the game goes on.

He drove them down at the end of the game to score a TD late, but not tie the game. He made some great throws on the drive. He ran a play action and threw outside to the slot guy short and quick as anyone in this Draft. He runs an NFL play action and turns his back to the LOS, and can find the WR short. He can get the first with a QB sneak and take the cheap shot as well. He is tough kid. He gets happy feet sometimes when he can't find his 1st or 2nd option. Not a great runner. Needs to protect the ball. When he has time in the pocket he can throw it 20-30 yards on a rope. 

When you watch him in the 1st three quarters he looks like a 1st. But not always in the 4th quarter. Great strong arm. He went under center at Washington and ran an NFL play action moving back with his back to the defense. Nice touch on the Fade. Good feel when to bail and throw the ball away. He can complete the next pass after he get hit and knocked down. 

Not all his fault, but this was the final straw for me. They were up 21-19 after three at Home. He did lead a scoring drive, until late in the 4th, but they were down 12 by then. He did nothing the whole 4th, as Utah scored two TDs to take the lead. Then had a last minute drive that got them close as the game ended. That was the second choke he could not come back from in the 4th. 

2019: Started all 13 games at quarterback ... finished the season with 3,132 passing yards, the fourth-highest total in UW single-season history ... 23 touchdown passes were sixth-most every by a Husky ... 27-for-36 for 349 yards, no interceptions and four touchdowns vs. Eastern Washington in the season opener ... four TDs tied for seventh-most in UW single-game history, while his 349 yards were most ever a Husky quarterback in his first start ... named the UW coaches' offensive player of the week for the EWU game ... 18-for-30 for 162 yards and one interception vs. California ... completed 18-of-25 for 262 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions, in the Huskies' win over Hawai'i ... 24-for-28 for 290 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in the win at BYU, where he completed 13 straight in one stretch ... 16-for-26 for 180 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in the Husky victory over then-No. 21 USC ... 16-for-36 for 206 yards, one touchdown and one interception at Stanford ... 15-for-22 for 243 yards, no interceptions and two touchdowns in the UW win at Arizona ... went 23-for-30 for 289 yards, no interceptions and three touchdowns vs. Oregon ... 29-for-52 for 316 yards, two interceptions and four touchdowns vs. Utah ... 16-for-32 for 175 yards and two interceptions in the win at Oregon State ... 21-for-34 for 206 yards, one interception and one touchdown at Colorado ... in the Apple Cup win over WSU, completed 15-of-22 for 244 yards, no interceptions and a touchdown, while rushing for another score ... 22-for-32 for 210 yards, no interceptions and one touchdown in Washington's Las Vegas Bowl win over Boise State.
2018: Redshirted the 2018 season due to NCAA transfer rules ... won the Bob Jarvis Offensive Scout Squad MVP at the UW postseason awards banquet

AT GEORGIA: Spent the 2016 and 2017 seasons at Georgia ... as a true freshman in 2016, played in all 13 games, starting 12, for the Bulldogs ... completed 204-of-370 passes for 2,430 yards and 16 touchdowns with eight interceptions in 2016, leading Georgia to an 8-5 overall record and a win over TCU in the Liberty Bowl ... began the 2017 season as the starting QB, but was injured early in the season-opener ... appeared in six games in 2017 for a Bulldogs squad that went 13-2, won the SEC championship and played in the College Football Playoff final ... enrolled at Georgia in spring of 2016 after graduating early from Lake Stevens

Second Choice: Jeremy Chin FS/SS




Defense: 3-4


**K.J. Hamler

WR Penn ST

5-9, 179, 30 3/4"Arm, 15 Reps, 9 3/8" Hand, Rs-Soph, 


*Andrew Thomas-

OLT Georgia


OLT, WR, OL, WR, OL, WR, OLB, RB, DB, CB, Edge, OL,

2018 Picks:

1 (3) Sam Darnold, QB, USC
3 Nathan Shepherd DT Fort Hays ST
4 (107) Chris Herndon, TE, Miami.
6 (179) Parry Nickerson, CB, Tulane.
6 (180) Foley Fatukasi, DT, UConn.
6 Trenton Cannon, RB, Virginia ST

2017 Picks:

1 (6) Jamal Adams, DB, LSU
2 (39) Marcus Maye, DB, Florida
3(79) ArDarius Stewart WR Alabama
4 (141) Chad Hansen, WR, California
5 (150) Jordan Leggett, TE, Clemson
5 Dylan Donahue DL West Georgia
6 (188) Elijah McGuire, RB, Louisiana-Lafayette
6 (197) Jeremy Clark, CB, Michigan
6 (204) Derrick Jones, CB, Mississippi

Key F.A. Signed:

George Fant OT 

Greg Van Roten OG

Josh Andrews OG

Connor McGovern OC

Jordan Jenkins DE/OLB

Neville Hewitt ILB

James Burgess ILB

Pierre Desir CB

Trumaine Johnson CB

Marqui Christian DB/ST

Key F.A.:
Robby Anderson, WR

Ty Montgomery, RB
Bilal Powell, RB
Kelvin Beachum, OLT

Brent Qvale, OT
Trevor Siemian, QB
Steve McLendon, NT
Leonard Williams, DT

Brian Poole, CB

Rontez Miles, S

Chandler Catanzaro, K
Matt Darr, P

Key F.A Lost:

Brandon Shell OT

Brent Qvale ORT

Brandon Copeland OLB/DE

Maurice Canady CB

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The Team: Trey Adams, Prince Tega Wanogho, or Yasir Durant, in the 2nd or 3rd Rounds. 

The Player: Hamler is so fast running down field, and is so great on the comebacks that he could be covered. He catches those tight comebacks every time, which make it so hard to cover him over the top. They like to run him on reverses. Amazingly smooth speed. He can look like he is barely giving all out effort, and then you notice that he is flying by top Corners. Explosive. Elite burst in breaks. 
He is fast. He doesn’t struggle at all flying down field and twisting back to catch the ball with his hands. Smooth and effortless hands catcher.
Deadly in open field. He can run a skinny post inside so quick that he is wide open for the easy catch. I like the way he runs patterns from the slot. 

He can run patterns to get wide open form the slot for quick throws for his QB. Not just a pure speed guy. He is also quick, tricky, and slippery in pattern. He is so fast down the seam, while fading outside, that you can hear the wind through his helmet singing, "can't touch this." That's right, "can't tough this." Scarily small. But not Frail. Can't be covered in the slot. Beat up on some great CBs. Great special teams player, who will bring instant production to the NFL. 
Dangerous speedster from the slot. TMIWHTMILH. Sudden jabs and great bursts changing direction make a monster after the catch. Elite speed, balance and coordination to make breaks at speeds DBs can't match. Space player, who needs to play in space to protect his small frame. He played mostly in the Slot at Penn ST, where his speed and explosion cold not be stopped. He has great quick feet to get off the line with a shimmy and a shake. Explosive and exciting down the Seam. 

Separates like a divorce lawyer. He might be the best at getting wide open for easy throws for his QB from the slot. Not just fast. He is also lighting quick. A pure killer on reverses and Jet sweeps. Tiny, but the most dynamic WR in this Draft. And that is saying something in this years Elite WR Draft. 

The Reason: Do

Second Choice: Michael Pittman WR

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

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:


The 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:


Warnings were given! 


Democracy is a battle for freedom and equality for all. Democracy needs to be guarded, treasured, and fought to keep if needs-be! And not handed over, so fucking cowardly, to a Dictator like the Communism Putin Party just did! 


Communism is a beautiful idea of equality for all workers, with one BLOOD RED FATAL-FLAW, "The Dictatorship of the Proletariat". Where a BLOOD STAINED DICTATOR takes over to subvert all the freedoms gained by the bloody masses, and clamps BLOODY TYRANNY down on now enslaved masses. 


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

God help us all, because the Putin Republican Party Senate sure as hell won't...


Now we are paying the price for having a Commie Dictator President.

His incompetence has already killed Americans in the thousands

(if you look at the Italian Corona model). 

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 

"Defense Production Act"









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