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Defense: 3-4

*Terrell Lewis

Edge Alabama

6-5, 262, 33 7/8" Arm,

12'4" Broad Jump!

37" Vertical Leap!

6-5, 262

33 7/8"Arm, 

10'4" Broad Jump! 

37" Vertical Leap!


2019 Picks:

1-10 Devin Bush, LB Michigan
3-66 Diontae Johnson, WR Toledo
3-83 Justin Layne, CB Michigan ST
4-122 Benny Snell, RB Kentucky
5-141 Zach Gentry, TE Michigan
6-175 Sutton Smith LB N. Illinois
6-192 Isaiah Buggs, DT Alabama
6-207 Ulysees Gilbert III LB Akron
7-219 Derwin Gray OL Maryland

2018 Picks:

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

Key F.A. Signed:

Eric Ebron TE
Derek Watt FB
Stefen Wisniewski OC

Javon Hargrave DT

Jordan Dangerfield FS

Key Free:

Bud Dupree, OLB

Matt Feiler, OT

Xavier Grimble, TE

Javon Hargrove, DT

Bud Dupree, OLB/DE

Ryan Shazier, LB

Mike Hilton, CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Tyler Matakevich LB

BJ Finney OG

Nick Vannett TE

Artie Burns, CB

Sean Davis, FS

The Team: This is a match made in heaven. Tomlinson loves his Edgerushers in the Draft. Steelers would take an edgerusher in the 1st every year if they could. He reminds me of Bud Dupree. Fiery, hyper and electric. He still is more promise than production. He doesn't always look like he knows what he is doing on the field. Needs better eyes. But he is as sudden and explosive as it gets. His near 34" arms where a great number for him (even though they only measure one arm;). His Broad jump and Vert where incredible for a 262-ppound dude. 

The Player: Lewis is a quick twitch Edgerusher. He is pure energy on the field. But he is still more athlete than football player. The more he learns the better he gets. He wants for nothing physically on the field. Excellent swiping his way inside. Nice job turning and running outside against the speed WR. He looked more explosive turning the corner this season. Nice jab step outside, and explosive cut inside in the rush. He can also drop 20-30 yards deep in coverage and make a play. He can get inside and find the QB on the sneak. Nasty spin move to elbow the OT off.
He can find the RB on the short yardage near the Goalline. He is better going right up the middle where he can see the QB right in front of him. Smart enough to know when to lay off and not hit the QB. He will drop and spy the QB sometimes. Nice stack and shed hands on the edge. Terrific run defender on the goal line. Great setting the Edge. Nice arm length. He measured  an almost 34" arm length. 

SB: He does a great job covering the RB out of the backfield. It is so good how he can set the edge, shed, and go get the RB on the Stretch run. He has such a great get off, and has Sabanesque  disciplined. He can hop past the ORT, spot the hand off, and flash inside to tackle the RB. He did a great job in coverage at the Senior Bowl. They had him covering the TE a little. Stays and plays low.
He has great feet and his footwork is top notch. He is bigger and taller than he looked at Alabama. He can stack the big OLG inside, but will struggle to shed him. Great stack and shed player on the Edge. He does not let RBs outside of him. Alabama-esque setting the Edge. He wants for nothing athletically and is only limited by his eyes, instincts, and football intelligence. Truly amazing size-explosion athlete. 

Redshirt Junior (2019): Selected to the All-SEC second team by the league coaches ... tied for fifth among SEC defenders with 11.5 tackles for loss (-53 yards) ... finished ninth in the conference with six sacks (-40 yards) ... added a team-high 16 quarterback pressures to go with his 31 total tackles ... also contributed two pass breakups and a fumble recovery to his season totals ... selected to the Butkus Award Watch List ... named one of the Alabama coaching staff’s defensive players of the week for his play at Texas A&M and against Tennessee and Arkansas
Junior (2018): One of the Tide’s top pass-rushing threats off the edge ... returned from an arm injury a season ago to play a key role in the national title game against Georgia ... suffered a knee injury prior to the start of the 2018 season that sidelined him for the entirety of the year.
Sophomore (2017): One of the Tide's top pass-rushing threats off the edge ... missed 10 games after suffering an upper arm injury against Florida State in the season opener ... finished his season seeing time in four games with one start ... totaled 16 tackles including two for loss (-17 yards) ... added one sack (-13 yards) and a pass breakup during his sophomore campaign. 
Florida State: Set a career-high mark for tackles with five stops against the Seminoles ... added one tackle for loss (-4 yards) before exiting the game early with an arm injury. Auburn: Collected two tackles in his first game back from an injury he sustained in the season opener against Florida State. Clemson: Had an immediate impact, playing at full strength for the first time since the season opener ... recorded a pair of tackles while breaking up one pass ... nearly intercepted a pass, coming off the edge and jumping to block the Kelly Bryant throw but was not able to secure the ball. Georgia: Made his first career start and took advantage of the opportunity ... totaled a career-high seven tackles and added one sack (-13 yards) ... the sack in overtime thwarted the Bulldogs' drive, forcing a field goal

The Reason: They don't have a 1st so why not an Edgerusher in the 2nd.   

Second Choice: Jeremy Chin SS




Defense: 4-3

*Jalen Hurts

QB Alabama

6-1, 222, (O) 4.49, 

10'5"Broad! 35"Vert!

31 3/4"Arm,


Kyle Dugger-

Safety Lenoir-Rhyme

QB, WR, DB, Edge, OG, DT, DB, OT, 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 have to get a guy to help their young QB, or a guy to help their new young QB. They could go Jalen Hurts here. He would fit their more move-style Offense than Trubisky. But I'm not sure that is an upgrade. 

The Player: Hurts made himself a draftable QB this year. He still relies on his legs too much for an NFL QB, but he can throw in rhythm with NFL timing more and more. He can hit his outside WR 45-yards down field over the top of the D. He can ruin a game plan when he just keeps running the ball every time. If he can’t rely on his arm he can’t play in the NFL. He relied on his arm more last season. 
He still runs too much. He is throwing better as the games goes on. He still trusts his legs more than his arms but he can throw it. Great foot athlete. He can do anything on his feet. Great clutch QB who comes up big in big games. He has an NFL arm. He found his WRs better and found the holes in the Zones better last season. He found a great rhythm with CeeDee Lamb. Elite character. He didn't squawk when he was benched and just kept working. Then he went to Oklahoma and took over the Offense and lead them to the Play Offs. Last year was really his only year as the full time starter. 
Senior Bowl: He will throw to the WR so late that he catches it out of bound on the roll out dump off. He throws late and a little inaccurate too much. He can make the big throw under big pressure. I thought he was terrible in the 1st Half of the SB, but the longer the Game went on the better he looked. Great leader. Better runner than thrower. He can win with his feet but relies on it too much. Tough competitor. I like guys who improve in their 2nd time. 
Combine: He is as tough as any QB in this Draft. His question is, can he be a pass first QB? He took a huge step towards being a passing QB at Oklahoma. If I was a team interested in Hurts, I’d trade up in the 1st to snag CeeDee Lamb, and then do everything I can to grab him in the 2nd (and if you whiff on him, you still got CeeDee Lamb, one of the true elite talents at WR in this years Draft;). Hurts had a chemistry with Lamb that few QB-WR pairs ever had, and he certainly never had with another WR in college. He did not throw as well to any other reliever, ever. He had 8 INTs against 32 TDs. He can really move well in the pocket. 

CAREER NOTES: Totaled 9,477 yards and 80 touchdowns on 682 of 1,047 passing (65.1 percent) in four-year career between Alabama and Oklahoma ... rushed 614 times for 3,274 yards and 43 scores ... started 42 of 56 career games and posted 38-4 record as starter ... played three seasons at Alabama and helped Crimson Tide to 41-3 record (26-2 mark as a starter in 2016 and ’17) ... played in seven College Football Playoff games (five starts) and helped UA to 2017 national title ... ranks eighth in Oklahoma all-time history with 5,149 yards of total offense and ninth in career passing yards (3,851) and career TD passes (32) despite playing just one season ... owns Alabama quarterback career record with 23 rushing touchdowns and ranks second in school history among QBs with 1,976 career rushing yards and third with 71 touchdowns responsible for ... ranks fourth in Alabama history with 7,602 yards of total offense and 48 touchdown passes.

2019: Heisman Trophy runner-up ... named a second-team All-American by Sporting News ... a third-team All-American by AP ... a first-team All-Big 12 selection by league's coaches and media ... a finalist for the Maxwell Award, Davey O'Brien Award, Manning Award, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award and Senior CLASS Award ... led nation in yards per pass attempt (11.3; FBS record is 11.6) and ranked second in passing efficiency rating (191.2; fourth best in school history), yards per completion (16.3), points responsible for per game (22.9) and touchdowns accounted for (53) ... ranked third in country in total offense (367.8 ypg), sixth nationally in completion percentage (.697; third best in school history), seventh in rushing touchdowns (20; second among QBs), eighth in passing yards (3,851) and 11th in passing touchdowns (32) ... averaged 275.1 passing yards and 92.7 rushing yards per contest ... compiled 5,149 yards of total offense (3,851 passing, 1,298 rushing) for second-highest figure in program history ... set OU single-season records for rushing yards by a quarterback and points scored by a QB (126) ... tied school single-game record for rushing touchdowns by a QB (Jack Mildren also had 20 in 1971) ... finished two total TDs shy of school record of 55 set by Sam Bradford in 2008 ... became first quarterback since 1981 (Darrell Shepard) to lead OU in scoring and first QB since 1988 (Charles Thompson) to lead Sooners in rushing yards ... one of just two players nationally since at least 1996 to record 32-plus passing TDs and 18-plus rushing TDs in a season (Florida’s Tim Tebow had 32 and 23, respectively, in 2007 when he won Heisman Trophy) ... became only third FBS player to register at least 3,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards by 11th game of a season ... only FBS player since 1996 to post a passing efficiency rating of 245.0 or better five times in the same season (minimum 15 attempts) and only player to do so more than three times ... only FBS player with more than three games two-plus rushing touchdowns and two-plus passing TDs (he had five such performances) ... rushed for at least 100 yards in five games ... threw for 217 yards and rushed for 43 yards and two touchdowns vs. No. 1 LSU in CFP Semifinal at the Peach Bowl (12/28) ... completed 17 of 24 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown and ran for 38 yards and a score in Big 12 Championship win against No. 8 Baylor (12/7) ... became only second OU player to score touchdowns by rushing, passing and receiving in a game (at No. 21 Oklahoma State [11/30]) ... rushed a career-high 28 times for 173 yards and two TDs and passed for 145 yards and two scores against TCU (11/23) ... threw for 297 yards and four touchdowns on 30 of 42 passing (career highs in attempts and completions) and rushed 27 times for 114 yards at No. 12 Baylor (11/16) to rally team from 28-3 deficit (34-31 win was largest comeback victory in school history) ... accounted for five TDs (three passing, two rushing) against Iowa State (11/9) with 273 passing yards and 68 rushing yards ... completed 19 of 26 passes for 395 yards and a TD and ran 19 times for 96 yards and three scores at Kansas State (10/26) ... completed 16 of 17 passes for 316 yards and three TDs and rushed 10 times for 75 yards and two TDs against West Virginia (10/19) ... 308.5 passing efficiency rating vs. Mountaineers is highest nationally this season ... set a Cotton Bowl Stadium record for QB rushing yards with 131 and a TD on 17 carries in win vs. No. 11 Texas (10/12) ... also passed for 235 yards and three scores against Longhorns ... threw for 228 yards and two TDs and rushed for 56 yards and two scores at Kansas (10/5) ... completed 17 of 24 passes for a career-high 415 yards and three TDs and ran nine times for 70 yards and a TD against Texas Tech (9/28) ... became first player in OU history to pass for 200 yards (206) and rush for 100 yards (141) in first half of a game, and finished with 289 passing yards with three TDs and 150 rushing yards and a TD at UCLA (9/14) ... completed 14 of 18 passes for 259 yards and three TDs and ran for 47 more in less than two-and-a-half quarters against South Dakota (9/7) ... accounted for six touchdowns and 508 total yards (a record for a player in their OU debut) in season opener against Houston (9/1) ... completed 20 of 23 passes for 332 yards and three TDs and rushed 16 times for 176 yards and three more TDs vs. Cougars.

The Reason Is it just me, or does anyone else think Hurts could run that wacky Titan Offense better than Tannehill? He can make that zone option throw outside as well as Tannehill. Plus, can you imagine running the Option with Hurts and Henry. Hurts would run for 15-20 yards every time, and Henry would destroy the middle of the Defense. Yikes. 

2md Choice: Zack Baun OLB




Defense: 4-3

Zack Baun

OLB Wisconsin

6-2 3/8, 238, (O) 4.65,

32 3/4"Arm, 24 Reps, 

7.0 3-Cone, 4.31 SS,

 9'7"Boad, 32.5"Vert,  


Tee Higgins

WR Clemson


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: Taken from Mother Of All Mocks- They need an Edge and an LB. Baun is a little of both. He was really more of a 3-4 OLB at Wisconsin but is built like an ILB or 4-3 OLB. However, he is a great athlete.

Baun is a pure 3-4 OLB, but he is too small to be a 3-4 OLB in the NFL. Good job taking on bigger blockers. He will line up like a stand up DE in Even fronts. Explosive get off but is susceptible to the cut block. Mostly a strong side OLB, but he will line up on the blind side to rush sometimes. Nice speed to power to knock the big TE back and out of the block. Great job breaking down the line, and tackling the RB cutting back against the grain at the LOS.

He played QB and LB in high school. “They saw something [in me at Wisconsin],” Zach Baun said. “Athleticism. A frame. Something they can work with. A project.” They developed into a top prospect at OLB.

Great feet moving backwards in coverage. Nice quicks zoning the flat. He is cat quick on the Edge. His ability to explode forward towards the QB, see the TE take off and instantly burst back and move out to the flat to cover the TE, is elite. Great short area explosion. Nice job fighting off the OLT to cover the RB sneaking out of the backfield. Great in coverage.

Terrific straight line get off that can get the OLT off balance quicker than a dragon can inhale. That is also how he wins, with speed and explosion. He has that knack for finding the quarterback in the backfield. He can chase him across the field and hunt him down. Vicious hitter of the QB. When he hits the QB, he knows it. He tracked down the Ohio St QB 

two plays in a row. That is not easy to do.

03/28: Baun is a little light for a pure Edgerusher, but he has some power in the Rush. He has that knack for hitting the quarterback. Great job putting speed to power to pop the RB back, then cutting back inside to sack the QB. He plays well with his hands up. Nice job on blitz beating the RB, and sacking the QB. He has that knack for getting to the quarterback. He is quick moving forward and finds the QB when he takes off up the middle. When Baun hits the QB, he knows it. Terrific in pass defense zoning backwards. 
They like to blitz him and he can defeat the RB and sack the QB. He has some serious relentlessness. Terrific mover, moving forward in traffic. Finds the ball with good instincts. He is a terrific blitzer. Wisconsin runs a very aggressive 3-4, and any of the front seven can rush, early and often. Great production in 2019. He garnered 12.5 Sacks, 19.5 TFLs, and 76 Tackles. 

He can read the Screen and get can to the RB through traffic and hit him as he catches the ball. Nice speed through traffic. Great job side-stepping the OL and filling the hole to stop the RB short. Nice downhill tackler. Clutch player, who will get into the backfield when the opponent is trying to run the clock out. He has some speed to the QB from the edge. He can fly in and crush the QB from the side. He has that knack for hitting the quarterback. He is a terrific blitz from the strong side edge. 
Notable: First consensus first-team All-America linebacker in school history (UW’s sixth first-team All-American overall at linebacker) ... 12.5 sacks as a senior in 2019 rank as 3rd-highest single-season total in school history ... led Badgers to single-season school record with 51 sacks as a team in 2019 ... graduated in December 2019 with degree in retailing and consumer behavior ... invited to 2020 Senior Bowl and 2020 NFL Scouting Combine.
Career: Played in 39 games with 27 starts at outside linebacker ... started all 27 games of his final two seasons ... tallied 154 total tackles, 30.5 TFLs and 15.0 sacks ... recorded 2 interceptions and 3 forced fumbles.
2019 Season: Earned third letter, starting all 14 games at outside linebacker ... led team and ranked second in Big Ten with 19.5 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks (ranking second among Power Five conference linebackers in both categories) ... also recorded 10 quarterback hurries ... tallied 76 total tackles ... broke up 2 passes and grabbed an interception (a 34-yard return for TD vs. Michigan State) ... had career-high 10 tackles, including 1.0 sack, at Ohio State.
2018 Season: Earned second letter, starting all 13 games at outside linebacker … was Badgers’ third-leading tackler with 63 total stops, including 37 solo tackles ... had 7.5 TFLs, 2.5 sacks and a forced fumble ... logged 1 interception and 3 pass breakups … recorded career highs with 9 tackles, 3.0 TFLs and 1.5 sacks at Penn State on Nov. 10 while also recovering a fumble … had 4 tackles and snagged first career interception at Northwestern on Oct. 27

Second Choice: Jeremy Chinn FS 




Defense: 4-3

Khalid Kareem

Edge Fighting Irish

6-4, 268, 34 3/8"Arms! 

10 7/8" Arms, 



2019 Picks:

2-61Taylor Rapp SS Washington
3-70 Darrell Henderson RB Memphis
3-79 David Long, CB Michigan
3-97 Bobby Evans ORT Oklahoma
4-134 Greg Gaines, DT Washington
5-169 David Edwards, OT Wisconsin
7-243 Nick Scott, DB Penn State
7-251 Dakota Allen, LB Texas Tech

2018 Picks:

3 (89) Joseph Noteboom, OLT, TCU.
4-111 Brian Allen, OC Michigan ST
4 (135) John Franklin-Myers, DE, Stephen F. Austin.
5 (147) Micah Kiser, ILB. Virginia
5-160 Ogbonnia Okoronkwa DE OK
6 (176) John Kelly, RB, Tennessee.
6 (192) Jamil Demby, OT, Maine.
6-195 Sebastian Joseph D, Rutgers
6-205 Trevon Young, DE, Louisville
7 (231) Travin Howard, LB, TCU
7 (244) Justin Lawler, DE, SMU

Key F.A. Signed:

Andrew Whitworth OLT

Michael Brockers, DT

A'Shawn Robinson DT
Eric Weddle SS

Key F.A.:  
Blake Bortles, QB

Austin Blythe, OG
Dante Fowler, DE
Marcus Peters, CB
Aqib Talib, CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Todd Gurley RB

Mike Thomas WR

Leonard Floyd OLB/DE

Cory Littleton, LB

Nickell RObey-Coleman CB

Greg Zuerlein, K

The Team: Rams are going to be looking for some help on the D, 

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

2nd Choice: Jaylon Johnson CB




Bradlee Anae


6-3, 265, (O) 4.93,

32 1/8"Arm, 25 Reps,

9'7" Broad, 31" Vert, 

7.44 3-Cone, 4,43 SS,


*Jalen Reagor



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 need an OLB. Someone who can hit the Quarterback.  

The Player: Anae is a cat I love as a passrusher at Utah, but was great in run defense in the SB practices. I did not expect that. He is a 1st Round edge. Great job setting the edge outside, and then grabbing the ORT arms, and pulling himself inside to hit the RB. When he wins the hand fight he gets to the ball carrier. He can attack the OLT’s hands and arms with either hand, and both in the rush.  

Career leader in Sacks at Utah. PAC-12 DL of the year. High character kid. Great-great hand fighter. He slashed by an ORT in the Senior Bowl, with a double arm chop, and was by him before he turned around. It was an All-Pro flash and slash running the Arc, with elite technique, speed, and heavy hands. This kid is a 1st Round pick. He has the best hands in the Draft not named Chase or Young. He can get a little too aggressive trying to punch out the ball, which is not a bad thing. Great aggressive hands. He is so tough to keep outside when they run inside. 

Oregon: Great job pressuring the QB on the Screen, and then exploding back outside impossibly to hit the WR and caused the drop. He has elite COD. Great inside move to cross the QB face and cause him to bail. TMIWHTMILH. He does a good job sliding outside to the left, to follow the QBs eyes and leap up when he throws. Smart player. When he grabs both arms of the OLT, he pulls himself past him fast to hit the QB. 

They don’t have him all out rush on every passing down. Which makes him tougher to stop when they do rush. They will line him up way outside sometimes, he is not a pure Edgerusher. Great job bursting inside and seeing the RB sneaking out behind him. Great agility and COD to spin back and tackle the RB for a loss after he catches it. Voted team captain. Nice job using his hands and feet in the rush.

Terrific discipline on the Edge to force the RB inside. he fins the RB much better than the Other DLs, who get doubled in the run game. He has some serious flash on the Edge as well. They'll drop him a lot, and try to trick OTs as to when he is attacking the QB. He would be a great chess piece for a smart HC like BB. 

He can burst upfield, shed the OLT, and turn back on a Dime to tackle the QB trying to take off underneath him. Great blast off to get the outside shoulder of the OLT, and great hands to slap the OLT’s arms down as he turns the corner and smash the QB off his feet. When he catches the OT leaning, he can smack his hand off his shirt and knock him down. He might have the best hands rushing of the edge guys in this Draft not named Chase or Young. He can play in the 3-4 and the 4-3. He played D-end, but he can rush standing up like a 3-4 OLB.

USC: He will back off sometimes and Spy. He has some speed to power, but needs to get stronger. He plays in a lot of odd fronts. He is an Edge, playing a lot of 5-Tech. He’ll stick to the QB in the Option. Plays with great discipline. Understands his assignment and technique and keeps it. He can look like a Patriot guy on Tape. He can turn the Corner on the OLT in even fronts. 

He will rush from Wide-11 standing up and hit the QB. He destroys the TE when they dare to block him in the rush. He has some clutch in him, He sacked Eason late in the 4th to essentially end the game. He beat Trey Adams like a drum and dived out to grab Eason’s ankle and spin him down. Then hit him as he threw on the next down. He popped Adams, and lowered and dipped past him right into he QB. 

UTAH: 2019 consensus All-American … 2019 Morris Trophy winner … two-time first-team all-conference defensive end (2018-19)… led the Utes in sacks three seasons (2017-19) … 30.0 career sacks broke the Utah school record … school-record 210 sack yards … holds the school record for TFL yards (245) … fourth all-time in school history in total TFL (41.5) … six career forced fumbles is tied for eighth all-time at Utah … 38 career starts over 47 games played.

2019: Utah's ninth consensus All-American after earning first-team honors from Walter Camp, FWAA, Sporting News and AFCA and named Associated Press third team … also earned first-team All-America honors from Bleacher Report, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Phil Steele and USA Today and second-team honors from The Athletic and CBS Sports … first-team All-Pac-12 … defensive winner of the Morris Trophy, given to the most outstanding defensive lineman as selected by the league's starting offensive linemen … finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award and Polynesian Player of the Year … semifinalist for the Lombardi and Bednarik Awards … started all 14 games at left end … ranked eighth in FBS (second Pac-12) with 13.0 sacks (0.93 sacks per game), which ranks tied for fifth in a season at Utah … 91 sack yards ranked fifth in FBS, second in the Pac-12 and ranks fourth all-time in a season at Utah … tied for second in the Pac-12 and led Utah with 14.0 tackles for loss (1.00 per game) … 92 TFL yards ranked sixth in a season at Utah … 41 total tackles … two-time Pac-12 Defensive Lineman of the Week (ASU, Arizona) … named Pac-12 Defensive Lineman of the Week after recording a season-high seven tackles with a sack vs. Arizona … six tackles vs. Texas in the Alamo Bowl, including a half sack to break the Utah school career record … five tackles vs. USC … named Bednarik Award Player of the Week, Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week and Pac-12 Defensive Lineman of the Week after recording 3.0 sacks with a pass breakup against Arizona State … 3.0 sacks as part of four tackles against Northern Illinois and also forced a fumble … 1.5 sacks (five tackles) vs. Colorado … 2.0 sacks for 23 yards vs. UCLA … two tackles with a nine-yard sack vs. Washington … did not have any tackles against BYU but had a quarterback pressure that led to an interception … team captain.

2018: First-team All-Pac-12 … started all 14 games (the last 11 at right end) … led the Pac-12 with 8.0 sacks … 15.5 tackles for loss tied for third in the Pac-12 and ranked second on the team … 51 tackles led the defensive line … three pass breakups … season-high seven tackles with 1.5 TFL (1.0 sack) against BYU … six tackles (1.0 TFL) vs. Washington in the Pac-12 Championship game … five tackles (3.0 TFL, 2.0 sacks), a forced fumble and pass breakup against Stanford … five tackles against Colorado included 3.0 TFL and a sack … five tackles (1.0 TFL, 0.5 sack) and two pass breakups against Weber State … five tackles (1.0 sack) against UCLA … four tackles (1.5 sacks) vs. Washington State … three tackles (1.0 TFL) and a forced fumble against Northwestern in the Holiday Bowl.

2017: Played in 13 games with 10 starts (9 at right end, 1 at tackle) … Pro Football Focus all-conference award winner as one of the Pac-12’s two best edge rushers … tied for second in the Pac-12 in forced fumbles (3) and fourth in fumbles recovered (2) … tied for seventh in the Pac-12 and led Utah with 7.0 sacks … 10.0 TFL tied for the team lead … 39 tackles led the defensive line … career-high eight tackles (2.5 sacks, 3.0 TFL) with a forced fumble against Colorado … five tackles (1.5 TFL) vs. UCLA … five tackles vs. Arizona State … four tackles (1.0 sack) against Arizona … four tackles (1.5 sacks) and a forced fumble against Washington … three tackles (1.0 sack) and forced and recovered a fumble against San Jose State.

Second Choice: Jeremy Chin DB




Defense: 4-3

*JK Dobbins

RB Ohio State

5-9, 209, 9" Hands, 

29 3/4" Arms, 23 Reps,


2019 Picks:

1-9 Ed Oliver, DT Houston
2-38 Cody Ford, ORT Oklahoma
3 Devin Singletary RB FLA Atlantic
3-96 Dawson Knox, TE Ole Miss
5-147 Vosean Joseph, ILB Florida
6-181 Jaquan Johnson, FS Miami
7 Darryl Johnson Jr DE North Carolina A&T

2018 Picks:

11 (7) Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming.
1 Tremaine Edmunds, LB Virginia T
3-96 Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford.
4-12) Taron Johnson CB Weber ST
5-154 Siran Neal, FS Jacksonville ST
5-166 Wyatt Teller, OG Virginia T
6 Ray-Ray McCloud, WR Clemson.
7 (255) Austin Proehl, WR UNC

Key F.A. Signed:

Stefon Diggs WR-Trade

Isaiah McKenzie WR

Taiwan Jones RB

Vernon Butler DT

Quinton Jefferson DE

Mario Addison OLB

A.J. Klein ILB

Tyler Matakevich ILB

Josh Norman CB

Dean Marlowe SS

Key F.A.:

Frank Gore, RB
LeSean McCoy, RB
Marcus Murphy, RB
Russell Bodine OC
Vladimir Ducasse OG
Quinton Spain, OG

Lorenzo Alexander, OLB

E.J. Gaines, CB
Levi Wallace, CB
Key F. A, Lost:

Jordan Phillips DT

Shaq Lawson DE

Malcolm Jenkins DB

Kevin Johnson, CB

The Team: The Bills are trying to develop a young QB. Getting a big sure handed power forward WR can do nothing but help him. They traded for Stefon Diggs, who has the speed. Getting size speed Power Forward like Johnson, would be a boon for both. However, they have to get some help on the O-line, or all the weapons will be useless. . 

The Player: 03/30 JK Dobbins- Roadrunner.

The Reason: They need to help their young QB at all cost. They left him out to dry last season. Getting a great RB who runs like Thurman Thomas would do nothing but help Allen and his O-line. 

Second Choice: Solomon Kindley OG




Defense: 3-4

Brycen Hopkins

H-back Purdue

6-3.7, 245, (U) 4.67, 32.1"Arm, 21 Reps, 

7.25 3-Cone, 4.28 SS, 

9'8" Broad, 33.5" Vert,


*Patrick Queen


LB, TE, Edge, CB, OT, DL. DT. WR, LB, 

2019 Picks:

11-25 Marquise Brown, WR OK
3-Jaylon Ferguson DE Louisiana T
3-93 Miles Boykin, WR ND
4-113 Justice Hill, RB Oklahoma ST
4-123 Ben Powers, OG Oklahoma
4-127 Iman Marshall, CB USC
5-160 Daylon Mack, DT T. A&M
6-197 Trace McSorley, QB Penn ST

2018 Picks:

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

Key FA Signed:

Michael Brockers DT

Derek Wolfe DL

Key F.A.:

Gus Edwards, RB

Matt Skura, OC

Alex Lewis OG

Shane Ray DE/OLB

Pernell McPhee DE/OLB

Matthew Judon DE/OLB

Patrick Onwuasor LB

Jimmy Smith, CB

Brandon Carr CB 

Tony Jefferson SS

Key F.A. Lost:

Michael Pierce DT

Seth Roberts WR

Hayden Hurst TE

The Player: Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: Maybe the best way to help a QB is to get him a tight end who can block, get open short, and run the Seam to draw in the Safeties and open things up for the WRs.  Hopkins is my third rated TE, depending on the day. However, he is expected to blow up at the Combine. Some think he has the explosion to garner a 40” Vert and the speed to run in the 4.5s. If that happens he is the first TE taken. The Combine changes everything.

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

I think he is the best H-back in this Draft. He knows who to get open in pattern. Great hands. Teams will double him when he tries to run down the seam. He can run the sharp out that break him wide open, off the play action. Nice quick release off the snap, he can get open outside before the LB can react. 
Give good effort blocking. He will turn to see the QB fumbled the ball, and hustle back and block the Edge about to kill him. He is good sliding outside to block the OLB, when the QB rolling out behind him. He needs to get strong, and will lose his balance and fall down, blocking bigger guys at the point. 
I am a huge believe in balance. They like to have him block on the back side a lot. Terrific job running a deceptive Out and getting to the CB and blocking him outside on the bubble screen. Good power blocker in the zone block on the OLB. Good 

blocker in pass pro at the line. He will get stuck in traffic trying to block sometimes. Nice seal blocker on the big DE outside. 
He can run the seam route to open breaking outside through the double team and soar up and dive out to catch the bad pass high and outside. Love his quick break in pattern inside and outside. They will line him up in the backfield, and he go down hill and block into the bid DE on the edge. 
Dude is a Seam monster when they let him. He looks like he should be running routes in the NFL inside between and up and down the Seam all night and day like a jack rabbit. A team that needs an H-back who can block and run the seams like Gronk on Gunnies Bears will take him in the 2nd. 

JUNIOR SEASON (2019): Stepped into a starting role after emerging as a defensive playmaker in 2018 … Got first career start a year ago, starting in place of a suspended Devin White (targeting) against Alabama … That game served as a confidence springboard for him that led to his most productive season yet … Played in 14 games with 11 starts in 2019 … Third on team with 77 tackles to go with 9.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks … Intercepted a pass and returned it 16 yards late in second quarter against Alabama … That interception setup an LSU touchdown that gave the Tigers a 33-13 lead at halftime against Crimson Tide … Had eight tackles, including 1.5 tackles for loss, in win over Oklahoma … Had six tackles, including a sack for a 5-yard loss, in SEC title game vs. Georgia … Had four tackles, including a sack for a 16-yard loss in win over Texas A&M … Registered nine tackles vs. Ole Miss and seven against both Auburn and Alabama … Had pair of tackles and returned a fumble 10 yards in season-opener against Georgia Southern

The Reason: They traded Hayden Hurst. "Hayden is a talented, emerging player in this league and a high-character individual for whom we have a lot of respect," GM Eric DeCosta said. "We are grateful for the contributions he made to our team and for the role he played in our success the past two seasons. We feel this is a mutually beneficial deal, and we wish Hayden the very best in Atlanta." That is trouble for the best formation, which was a 3 TE formation. 

Second Choice: Trevon Diggs CB




Defense: 4-3

Jeremy Chinn

Safety South Illinois

6-3, 221, (O) 4.45,

11'6" Broad! 41" Vert!

32 1/8"Arms, 20 Reps,


*Tua Tagovailoa

QB Alabama


Ezra Cleveland

OLT Boise State


Curtis Weaver-

Edge Boise St


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

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: You have to remember their HC was the Pats DC. He is going to want some defensive players and to build up the run game.  Weaver is a nice start, but getting another impact defender is what Ex D-Coordinator always wants. 

The Player: Chin is a smooth moving athlete. His explosion numbers at the Combine were the best. He rarely missed the RB, but when he did it was a disaster for their Defense. When lined up at Strong Safety, he liked to offset to the QB's left a little. He is a force going down hill and finding the RB in traffic. When he hit the RB, he tackled through him and made it look painful. With his size and speed, when he went full speed into the RB, they went sideways and they bounced off the turf. Great hitter and tackler. Fiercely physical in run defense. Very aggressive mentality. 

Great blitzer up the middle to sack the QB. He is simply great at shoving off blockers while moving laterally to get to the RB or QB running. He has that knack for flashing through trash and traffic to get to the ball carrier. Great instincts. Great feel for the game. He could easily move to LB. Though I think he is a pure Safety, who can play Free or Strong. Gets to the RBs faster then LBs in front of him. Amazing speed, agility, instincts, and eyes. 

He will get fooled plat action in Cover One. He's a guy who always wants to move forward. He is built like a SS/LB, but he moves like a true FS. When they went into the Prevent, he would play at the Mike sometimes, and zone the middle and spy the QB. They like to line him up over the Trips-Left like a Cover One Safety, and he'd zone over the top. He might be the top athlete in this Draft. Sees it, and gets to the ball as fast as anyone.

Amazing speed and athleticism. He can blitz the Strongside, on the run to the other side, and the dude is fast and explosive. Blitzing from the Slot off the seam. He can get into the backfield, explode back on the wrong side of the line, and chase the RB outside the other seam, through trash, and catch up and tackle him 30-yards down field through all kinds of traffic and slashing past teammate, and tackle the RB from behind. 

Senior Bowl: He made a lot of money at the Senior Bowl. He showed he could be as tough, fast, and smart against the big boys, and not just the small school guys. He is built like few guys ever at Safety. Big Safety/CB that can cover the big 6-5 WR, and knock the pass down. He looked very good in practices at the Senior Bowl. He played a lot of deep Cover One, and the middle in deep Cover Three. Then they'd line him up like an LB, and he would dominate in the run game.  

He consistently lined up 20-yards off the LOS. He has a ton of experience moving backwards. He will make an NFL roster. He was a force against the run at the Senior Bowl. He showed he was a better athlete, and could bring his seek and destroy physically to against the Division One dudes.

The Reason: Chin is a small school wunderkind, who made a lots of money at the Senior Bowl, where he was the best Safety down there. 

Second Choice: Cam Akers RB



Defense: 3-4


*Anfernee Jennings

OLB/Edge Alabama

6-2, 256, 32 7/8"Arm, 

9 1/8" Hand,


*Ross Blacklock-




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 thought would be 1st Round talent at Corner 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.

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks- Jennings is an underrated rusher for some reason. Nice job setting the edge with his hands at arm’s length. He is smart, disciplined, athletic and tough. 
Teams will put the TE on his side in the rush, not Lewis’s. He can find the RB in space on the 2nd level and knock his block off. He is better in traffic than I thought. He doesn’t play on the 2nd level a lot. He is not as explosive as Lewis, but he finds the ball behind the line better. He’ll slash inside and knock the RB back off his feet. 
Great job grabbing the ball and trying to rip it out, when a teammate is tackling the RB. When he gets aggressive going to the QB, he can turn back instantly and tackle the RB from behind. He will step outside and cover the TE sometimes and can stop him at the line when they throw to him. Very disciplined player. He is a Patriots type Edge. He knows responsibilities on every play and take them seriously. He has some extra value, on the punt return team. Good blocker on special teams. 
He had two sacks against LSU in the 1st quarter. He made the play that got them back in the game in the 1st quarter. His sack on 3rd down led to the punt that Waddle returned for a TD. He can also find the RB in traffic. Very nice hop outside and double swipe move. When he uses his hands aggressively in the rushes he wins. 

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

He is showing a knack for slapping the ball out when he gets behind the QB. He Was simply nasty against S-Carolina. Great job getting the ORT moving straight backwards, with speed to power and one arm, and then bursting inside and knocking the ball out of the QBs hands. Nice job setting the edge with his hands at arms length. Teams will put the TE on his side in the rush, not Lewis’s. He will hop off sides on the hard count. 

He can find the RB in space on the 2nd level and knock his block off. He is better in traffic than I thought. He doesn’t play on the 2nd level a lot. He had two sacks against LSU in the first quarter. He made the play that got them back in the game in the 1st quarter. His sack Borrow on 3rd down, which led to the punt that Waddle returned for a TD. He can also find the RB in traffic.
Nice job blocking the OLT and OLG on the stunt. He can be a little inconsistent in runs right at him, but he can make two blockers miss with quicks and his hands and get the RB. He is so explosive off the snap that he can run past the ORT and get to the QB untouched. That is not easy to do in the SEC. He is showing up in the run game more. He can burst up field past the ORT, see the hand off, and instantly hop back and around the OLT to make the tackle at the line.
Senior (2019): Returned for his senior season in a veteran linebacker group ... an All-SEC First Team selection by both the league coaches and the Associated Press ... recorded eight sacks (-61 yards) to pace UA and rank fourth in the SEC in that category ... totaled 12.5 tackles for loss (-72 yards), a number that tied for third in the SEC ... accumulated 83 tackles to rank third on UA ... added eight quarterback pressures, five pass breakups and one forced fumble to his 2019 totals ... also picked off one pass on the year ... selected as a semifinalist for the Butkus Award, presented annually to the nation’s top linebacker ... named as a Second Team Preseason All-American by The Sporting News ... also tabbed to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Butkus watch lists ... named one of the Alabama coaching staff’s defensive players of the week for his play against Duke, New Mexico State, South Carolina, Southern Miss, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Arkansas, LSU and Mississippi State.

Junior (2018): Powerful threat off the edge who was dominant in his sophomore campaign but suffered a season-ending knee injury that kept him out of the title game that year ... spent the spring and fall rehabbing to get back to 100 percent for his junior season ... totaled 51 tackles, including 14 tackles for loss (-40 yards) and 6.5 sacks (-30 yards) ... added a team-high 11 pass breakups with six quarterback hurries ... also contributed two fumble recoveries for 18 total yards with one returned for a touchdown while adding his first career interception in 2018 ... Bednarik and Butkus award watch list nominee along with a Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list candidate in the preseason ... selected as one of the Crimson Tide coaching staff’s defensive players of the week for his efforts against Texas A&M, LSU, The Citadel and Auburn


The Reason: They have three Corners who are free agents.  This is as odd and tough season with no Proday. because of the plague, and President Dumbass lying every time he opens his mouth. So the guys who were hurt at the Combine or had some bad numbers don't get a second chance. Diggs does not have the best speed for a Corner. 

Second Choice: Cesar Ruiz OC/OG

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Defense: 4-3

*D'Andre Swift

RB Georgia

5-8 1/4", 215, (U) 4.48,

10'1"Broad Jump!

35.5"Vertical Leap,


  Justin Jefferson- 



Jeff Gladney



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.:   
Mackensie Alexander CB

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. In this scenario two straight Defenders, and the most athletic and explosive Power Forward wide receiver in this Draft. In this deep Draft teams will find starters at WR in every Rounds. So they can try to dig out a WR to replace Stefon Diggs on Day Three. However, Gandy Golden is a small school dude that is a 1st Round talent and impossible for them to pass here. 

The Player: 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. 

Second Choice: Lucas Niang ORT




Defense: 4-3

Jaylon Johnson

CB Utah

6', 193, (O) 4.5

31.3" Arm, 15 Reps, 

10'4"Broad! 36.5" Vert, 

7.01 3-Cone, 4.13 SS, 


Jordyn Brooks-

LB Texas Tech




2019 Picks:

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

2018 Picks:

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


Key F.A. Signed:

Cedric Ogbuehi OLT

Brandon Shell OT

B.J. Finney OG

Greg Olson TE

Key F.A.:

Geno Smith, QB
Jaron Brown, WR
Mike Iupati, OG
C.J. Prosise, RB

Jadeveon Clowney, DE

Ziggy Ansah, DE

Cassius Marsh, DE
Jarran Reed, DT
Al Woods, DT

Mychal Kendricks, LB
Barkevious Mingo, LB

Key F.A. Lost:

George Fant OT

Germain Ifedi, OT

Quinton Jefferson DE

Al Woods DT

The Team: They need a CB as well. 

The Player: Johnson is one of my favorite players in this Draft. Tough. Smart. Aggressive. Plays faster than his 4.5 Forty. Likes to look back at the QB, and play in the sidesaddle technique. He played on the QB's right, which is were the Number One Corner usually plays. 

He played through a torn labrum (shoulder) last season. "I couldn’t afford not to play," Johnson said. "I played through it from the start, and it was giving me issues heading into the season, as well." He is one tough SOB. 

Fights through the WRs blocks like play dough, to go and tackle the receiver who caught it underneath him. Not the fastest CB, but he is strong, likes the fight, and makes WR trying to block look foolish. Good hips. He has some snap turning outside, but they are more smooth than sudden. Uses his arms very well in jam. Punches, jabs, and shoves as he swivels his hips. 

Smart kid who get it, so I'm sure he had some impressive interviews at the Combine. "It was a unique experience," Johnson said. "It's fun to be able to have an opportunity to talk to different GMs and coaches. Being able to connect and share your story with them and being able to watch film and break down football. Just to get a feel for each other." I'm sure the topic of his toughness came up in conversation, where he played with a bum shoulder last season, and if you don't respect that than you are fool. He can run faster than his Forty outside vs. the small speedster. Smart. Could move to safety is his speed isn't good enough outside. Could run a defense.
Explosive athlete who had great explosion numbers at the Combine. A 10' 4" Broad and 36.5" Vert are great numbers for a CB. A 7.01 3-Cone is a good number. Great feet. Great foot athlete. He does a great job using his feet to keep position in coverage. Great instincts and feel for position in coverage. He does nice job in finesse press staying in front of the WR to slow his release and disrupt the timing patterns. Plays in the slot against the big WR. Stacks up well vs. the big WRs. 

He can get grabby sometimes. Very physical CB but can get too physical sometimes. Doesn't have top end speed. He'll jam the WR a little late and grab his shoulder. Lines up in Off a lot. He has a good feel for the break point, but can get beat at the stem by the smaller quick speed WRs.

UTAH: 2019 All-American … two-time first-team All-Pac-12 cornerback (2018-19) … played in 38 career games with 29 starts … seven career interceptions and 28 career passes defended … 21 career pass breakups ranked tied for 10th all-time at Utah … two-time Pac-12 All-Academic.
2019: Earned second-team All-America honors from Walter Camp and the AP … also earned second-team All-America honors from Sports Illustrated and USA Today and third-team honors from Pro Football Focus and Phil Steele … first-team All-Pac-12 … started 13 games at left corner, missing the bowl game after declaring for the NFL Draft … ranked third in the Pac-12 and led Utah with 11 pass breakups … fourth in the league in passes defended (13) and passes defended per game (1.00) … two interceptions … 36 tackles (1.0 TFL) … tied career high with eight tackles (1.0 TFL) and had two pass breakups against Oregon State … an interception and two pass breakups vs. Washington State … five tackles with a pass breakup vs. Colorado … four tackles and a pass breakup against BYU … three tackles vs. Washington and returned an interception 39 for his second career touchdown … first-team CoSIDA Academic All-District … Pac-12 All-Academic.
2018: First-team All-Pac-12 … started all 14 games at corner … four interceptions led Utah and tied for third in the Pac-12 … second in the Pac-12 and eighth in the nation with 126 interception return yards … four pass breakups … 41 tackles (2.0 TFL, 1.0 sack) … career-high eight tackles (1.0 TFL) and a pass breakup against Northern Illinois … named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week after returning an interception 100 yards for a touchdown against Stanford for just the third 100-yard interception return in Utah’s history … also had seven tackles vs. the Cardinal … five tackles and an interception against Arizona State … an interception and three tackles against USC … an interception with a 21-yard return and two tackles vs. Colorado … two pass breakups vs. Washington in the Pac-12 Championship game … first-team Pac-12 All-Academic.
2017: Played in all 12 regular season games with two starts (Arizona, Washington) … missed the bowl game following surgery … tied for the team lead with six pass breakups and second on the team in passes defended (7) … 25 tackles … season-high six tackles vs. Washington State and Washington … four tackles and a pass breakup against Arizona State … three tackles against Arizona … one interception, two pass breakups and a tackle against BYU.

Second Choice: Cam Akers RB




Defense: 3-4

Michael Pittman Jr


6-4, 223, (U) 4.52,

6.96 3-Cone! 4.14 SS,

 32 1/2"" Arm, 13 Reps, 

10'1"Broad! 38.5" Vert


*Patrick Queen



Brycen Hopkins

H-back Purdue

LB, TE, Edge, CB, OT, DL. DT. WR, LB, 

2019 Picks:

11-25 Marquise Brown, WR OK
3-Jaylon Ferguson DE Louisiana T
3-93 Miles Boykin, WR ND
4-113 Justice Hill, RB Oklahoma ST
4-123 Ben Powers, OG Oklahoma
4-127 Iman Marshall, CB USC
5-160 Daylon Mack, DT T. A&M
6-197 Trace McSorley, QB Penn ST

2018 Picks:

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

Key FA Signed:

Michael Brockers DT

Derek Wolfe DL

Key F.A.:

Gus Edwards, RB

Matt Skura, OC

Alex Lewis OG

Shane Ray DE/OLB

Pernell McPhee DE/OLB

Matthew Judon DE/OLB

Patrick Onwuasor LB

Jimmy Smith, CB

Brandon Carr CB 

Tony Jefferson SS

Key F.A. Lost:

Michael Pierce D T

Seth Roberts WR

Hayden Hurst TE

The Team: The Ravens need to help their young QB be all that he can be. Jackson has shown that he could be a special player in the NFL. Now he needs some weapons who can make him better, instead of visa verse. Johnson is a big blocking WR, who is always open running down the sideline for the back shoulder Fade, every single time. He creates separation for his QB in pattern.

The Player: Pittman is big strong and fast. His hands are inconsistent, which led to some loss in production. His hands were more consistent in 2019. He exploded in 2019 garnering more catches, yards, and TDs than in his first three years combine. He found some consistency in his hands, he is as talented as any WR in this Draft. But he still will drop passes early in games. He is a bit of a body catcher in the Endzone.

He will line up in the Slot and run patterns over the middle. Nice get off in pattern when he bursts off his back foot. Maybe the top physical talent in the Draft. Looks the part. Consistency, he has not. But when he get hot, he's as good as any WR in this Draft. Great physical talent. Light hands. 

Nice burst off the line to get up to speed fast on deep routes. Better hands combing back to the QB. He can snag the low ball on comebacks smoothly. Good Redzone threat. He can post up in the Endzone. Little CBs can't get around his body when he breaks inside in the Endzone. Nice one cut on the short post to break wide open inside. He has some burst, quicks, and even a little suddenness in breaks on short inside patterns. 

He runs Outs on runs away. He could be more sudden in breaks sometimes. He'll curl rather than use his great burst out of breaks all the time. He can get too high in patterns. He will try to block for the RB on runs inside, but will get lost in traffic and not find anyone to block. He needs to be a better blocker at his great size. When he gets inside the CB he can get in a good block with his long arms. But the little CB can look more physical slapping his hands off. 

His hands seem to get better as the game goes on. He can leap up and back, and reach back, to snag the pass thrown behind him, on the short Out route (and that is a difficult a catch as you will see), while the CB dives into his legs and hits him out of bounds. He can make the spectacular catch, and have it not be a catch. Then have the next pass go through his hands and hit him in the facemask. 

He frustrates me. He knows how to create separation in pattern. Often looks unstoppable. Runs by CBs like a long legged gazelle. Can make sharp cuts that make the CB fall down at his feet more than once in one game. Voted team Captain. Then the QB is afraid to throw to him in the clutch and in overtime. For everything that is great in his game, he does something frustrating.

Nice fake to la-de-da forward a little on the play action. Then go and grab the CB's shirt and power block him out of the WR screen in the Slot behind him. When he wants to he can dominate CBs with a block. Doesn't always seem to want to. Uber talented total dude who looks like he can do anything he wants physically on the field. But doesn't seem to always want to. Needs more want-to to become a star in the NFL. He has everything else.

Corners have to respect his speed, so he is always open on short outs. He can reach out and catch the short pass away from his body nicely. He has some nice quick bursts after the catch to make the first guy miss. Nice smooth outside move to fly past the CB to get down the sideline. 

CAREER: In his career, he has 70 receptions for 1,244 yards (17.8 avg) with 8 TDs, plus 14 tackles and 3 blocked punts, 5 punt returns for 156 yards (31.2 avg) with 1 TD, 4 kickoff returns for 31 yards (7.8 avg) and a 9-yard rush. He has appeared in 35 games in his career, with 17 starts. He is a 2020 Senior Bowl invitee. 
2019: Pittman, one of the nation’s top pass catchers, returns as a starting wide receiver as a senior in 2019.
2018: Pittman made a major impact at wide receiver and on special teams as a junior in 2018. Overall in 2018 while starting all 11 games in which he appeared (he missed the California game after injuring his left shoulder at Oregon State), he had 41 receptions for 758 yards (18.5 avg) with 6 TDs, had a 9-yard run and a 4-yard punt return and he made a tackle and blocked a punt. He was 19thnationally in yards per reception (18.5, first in Pac-12). He made 2018 All-Pac-12 honorable mention and Phil Steele All-Pac-12 second team. He won USC’s Offensive Perimeter Player of the Year Award. He had post-season shoulder surgery.

Second Choice: Jalen Hurts QB




Antonio Gandy-Golden-

WR Liberty

6-2, 219, (O) 5.01, 

31 1/8"Arm, 8 7/8" Hands 

7.27 3-C, 4,51 SS, 

8'11" Broad, 30" Vert   


Isaiah Wilson

ORT Georgia

QB, RB! LB, WR, DL, ORT, TE, QB, OLB,, Nickel, OL, CB, TE,

2019 Picks:

1-19 Jeffery Simmons, DT Miss ST
2-51 A.J. Brown, WR Ole Miss
3-82 Nate Davis, OG Charlotte
4-116 Amani Hooker, FS Iowa
5-168 D’Andre Walker, LB Georgia
6-188 David Long Jr, LB WVU

2018 Picks:

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

Key F.A. Signed:

Ryan Tannehill QB

MyCole Pruitt, TE

Vic Beasley, OLB

Chris Milton CB

Key F.A.:

Tajae Sharpe, WR
Derrick Henry, RB
Ryan Hewitt, FB
Auston Pasztor, OT

Brent Urban, DT

Wesley Woodyard, LB

Kamalei Correa, LB
Deontae Skinner OLB
Logan Ryan, CB
Leshaun Sims, CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Marcus Mariota, QB

Dion Lewis RB

Jack Conklin ORT

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

The Reason: There is no better athlete in this Draft than Gandy-Golden. His Forty will hurt him in the Draft. But he plays like a 4.4-4.5 speedster on the field. He is the best size, explosion, burst and power athlete at WR in this Draft. He plays faster than his Forty, and I have no doubt he would have been a 4.5 guy at his Proday, and maybe a high-4.4 guy (if the wind was at his back:). 

Second Choice: Bryant Hunter TE




Defense: 3-4

*Raekwon Davis

5-Tech Alabama

6-6.1, 311, (O) 5.12, 

33.7"A, 24 Reps, 

7.95 3-C, 4.86 SS, 

9'3" Vert, 28" Broad,


Jordan Love-

QB Utah ST

WR, DT, OL, QB, LB, CB,  

2018 Picks:

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

2017 Picks:

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

Key F.A. Signed:

Mercedes Lewis TE

Ricky Wagner ORT

Blake Martinez ILB

Christian Kirksey ILB

Key F.A.:

Tyler Ervin RB

Geronimo Allison, WR  

Ryan Grant WR

Jared Veldheer OT

Jason Spriggs OT

Malcolm Johnson FB (R)

Tramon Williams, CB

Ibraheim Campbell DB

Mason Crosby, K 

Key F.A. Lost:

Jimmy Graham TE

Blake Martinez ILB

BJ Goodson ILB

Bryan Bulaga, OT

Kyler Fackrell, OLB

The Team: Perfect player. Perfect pick. 

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: He was excellent against LSU. He was a force against the run, even when the QB ran. He can burst upfield past the ORT’s outside shoulder, and then spin back downfield and tackle the RB on the Draw. He keeps showing up in the run game this year. Not very smart to run at him.

When he stacks an OG, he can hold on much longer than most, and then shed and tackle the RB on the delay. He can hold up at the point, holding the ORT in one spot, and take down the RB trying to slash past him. He is a little crazy, which is a good thing in the NFL. Nice job absorbing the double and grabbing the RB on short yardage.

They still double him when Alabama rushes four. He is so good not letting the RB run off tackle when at 5-tech. When he plays low and uses his long arms the OT cannot block him. He is so strong at the point. He does a great job getting low. Nice speed and agility for a guy his size.

He can pressure the QB and then turn and chase him all the way to the far sideline. He was playing some 5-Tech against Michigan. He got a little high, but he did a nice job working inside on Dives. He is a beast against run at DT. He was doing a better job shedding the OLs hands against Michigan. He was a better hand fighter in 2019 than 2018. Improved a lot 2019.

The Player: Raekwon kept showing up in the run game this year. He looked healthier and lighter on his feet last season. Terrific two gapper. Heavy hands. Great long arms to keep blockers off his body. He needs to find his way to the QB more. He found the QB early against Miss ST.

Huge 5-Tech. I don’t think he is a DT. He is just too long and tall. He gets high and looses his leverage, because he is so tall. At 5-Tech, it looks looks like he was built to play there. But at DT, he gets dug under and off balance too much. When they move him outside a little, it is harder for the OLs to dig under him. He really looks the part, but needs to play it a little better. Nice quicks.

He set the tone inside for the Alabama defense. He takes the double and triple to free up other guys, and when they don’t double or triple him he can blow things up. He needs to get meaner. He gets stuck to blockers in the rush too much in the 2nd Half. Giant frame. Muscular. Long armed. Great short area bursts. But the further he has to go the worse he looks. Great strong hands. He can stack and shed, and dominate a blocker with his hands in his shirt. Nice push-pull. Needs to be in a two-gap system. Heavy hands and great long arms to keep blocks off his shirt. 

Senior (2019): Veteran leader along the defensive front ... a second team All-America selection by the AFCA ... earned All-SEC Second Team honors from the league coaches ... totaled 47 tackles on the season ... added three tackles for loss (-6 yards) and half a sack (-4 yards) to go with five quarterback hurries ... selected as a First Team Preseason All-American by four separate outlets (Associated Press, CBS Sports, Sports Illustrated, USA Today) ... also tabbed as a Second Team Preseason All-American by Athlon and The Sporting News ... named to the Bednarik Award and Nagurski Trophy watch lists entering his senior season ... selected as a defensive player of the week by the Alabama coaching staff for his play at Auburn. Duke: Tied for second on the UA defense in tackles with six stops against the Blue Devils ... played a key role in holding the Duke offense to 204 total yards. New Mexico State: Finished with a team-high tying six tackles, including one for loss (-1 yard) against the Aggies ... helped limit NMSU to only 262 yards of total offense on the day. South Carolina: Split double-teams all afternoon to finish with four tackles and a quarterback pressure in Columbia. Southern Miss: Recorded one tackle and a quarterback pressure as the Tide defense held USM to only 226 yards of total offense. Ole Miss: Totaled eight tackles against the Rebels, good for third on the Tide defense. Texas A&M: Notched two tackles on the day in College Station. Tennessee: Narrowly missed sacking the Vols’ quarterback on numerous occasions ... contributed three tackles with half a stop for loss ... helped the Tide defense limit UT to only 231 yards on the night. Arkansas: Made an impact up front, recording three tackles and a quarterback pressure ... played a key role in forcing the Hogs into four turnovers by night’s end. LSU: Recorded three tackles against the Tigers, including half a sack (-4 yards), one of the Crimson Tide’s season-high tying five on the night. Mississippi State: Made one tackle before exiting the game with a lower leg injury that ended his day early. Auburn: Tied for the team lead in tackles with eight, including one for loss (-1 yard) ... also added one quarterback pressure on his way to earning defensive player of the week recognition from the UA coaching staff. Michigan: Notched two tackles and a quarterback hurry in the Citrus Bowl pairing.

Junior (2018): Leader in the vaunted Alabama defensive front ... earned All-SEC second team accolades from the Associated Press ... recorded six quarterback pressures in addition to 55 tackles with 5.5 going for a loss (-28 yards) ... added 1.5 sacks (-14 yards) to his junior totals ... tabbed as a second team All-America candidate by four outlets and a third-team selection by one other publication in the preseason ... appeared on the Bednarik and Walter Camp Player of the Year award watch lists ... also a preseason Nagurski Trophy candidate ... earned defensive player of the week honors from the Alabama coaches for his play against Arkansas State, Louisiana and Mississippi State

Second Choice: Solomon Kindley OG




Defense: 3-4


Cameron Dantzler

CB Miss ST

6-2, 188, (O) 4.64!

34.5" Vert, 30 5/8" Arms,


Clyde Edwards-Helaire



2019 Picks:

2-56 Mecole Hardman, WR Georgia
2-63 Juan Thornhill, SS Virginia
3-84 Khalen Saunders DT W. Illinois
6-201 Rashad Fenton CB S. Carolina
6-214 Darwin Thompson RB Utah ST
7-216 Nick Allegretti, OC Illinois

2018 Picks:

2- Breeland Speaks, DL Mississippi
3 (75) Derrick Nnadl, DT, FLA ST
3 (100) Dorian O’Daniel, LB Clemson
4 (124) Armani Watts, FS, A&M
6 Tremon Smith, CB, OC.Arkansas
6-198 Reginald McKenzie OG Tenn


Key FA Signed:

Antonio Hamilton CB

Key FA:  

Chad Henne, QB

Anthony Sherman, FB

Chris Jones, DL

Darron Lee, LB

Reggie Ragland, LB

Bashaud Breeland, CB

Morris Claiborne, CB

Key FA Lost:

Stefen Wisniewski OC  

Mike Remmers ORT

Emmanuel Ogbah DE  

Kendall Fuller CB

Jordan Lucas DB

The Team: The Chiefs like to get big blockers, and speed-speed-speed on the outside. They need a DB or two who has that speed. They have to get a cover Corner to help their D that faces a lot of Offenses trying to keep up with their fastbreak QB and Offense. 

The Player: Dantzler ran a stunningly bad Forty at the Combine, and because of the Corona Virus is not going to get a 2nd chance at a Proday. I thought he was one of the top cover guys in the Draft before that. He was my favorite CB in this Draft. Now I'm confused and conflicted. I'd still take him late in the 3rd or early 4th. He doesn't get bear over the top. He had no trouble running with fast SEC WR outside. So I don't buy the 4.64. 

Teams will line up in Trips on the opposite side, just to keep him away from their WRs. Good in zone outside. Makes checks and calls sometimes. Great agility to moving back at every angle so he can see when he wants to see. He was a true shut down Corner in the SEC last season. Tough. Smart. Leader. He could be a great FS. 
He can stay in front of the WR looking back to the QB and make a play on the ball leaping up over the WR and force the WR to knock the ball out. He will set the edge when no one lines up on his side, and can fight off the blocker and make the tackle. He gets lower when lined up in front of smaller WRs. 
He will fall back deep when no one lines up in his side and fill the hole in the run game like a Safety. Stronger than his thin frame would indicate. He is so thin that it is easy to think he is not tough and a good tackler. He can be a vicious hitter on the edge. He can leap in front of the WR and grab the ball. I think he is a 1st Round talent. 
Terrific space player. He makes plays outside and deep all over the field. He has a weird thing where he hops back quick to stay in front of the WR to slow him. Lines up in Off a lot outside. QBs rarely look his way. He is so light and bouncy on his feet. Elite athlete moving forward back and changing direction. He will line up in press, and does a good job hitting the WR quick. Sudden changing direction in coverage. 
Avoid pileups a lot. Not a willing run defender in the middle of the field. He will stick his nose in outside, when it is one on one with the speedster or RB outside. He is a forceful tackler in space when all alone. But he will not get near the O-line to make a play. Space player. He can see the hand off and instantly attack forward, avoiding the WR. Gets to the RB fast inside. Great tackler in space. Looks like a Safety turning, tracking, and tackling the RB. 
CAREER: Lockdown, lengthy cornerback who was a two-year starter for the Bulldogs … One of the team leaders on defense … Added weight throughout career and became more physical and explosive … Appeared in 35 career games with 22 starts … Opted to forgo final season of eligibility and entered the 2020 NFL Draft … All-SEC second team as a sophomore in 2018 … Elite in coverage during his last two seasons, allowing just 36 catches for 459 yards on 568 coverage snaps … One of the top tackling and pass-rushing cornerbacks in the nation … Totaled 108 career tackles, including 6.0 for loss and 1.5 sacks … Credited with five interceptions and 20 pass breakups … Forced one fumble and recovered one fumble.
2019 JUNIOR SEASON: Started nine of nine games played at cornerback … Earned an 83.4 overall grade from Pro Football Focus, which tied for fourth in the SEC among cornerbacks … Allowed a passer rating of just 57.0, which ranked fourth in the league among cornerbacks … Had a forced incompletion rate of 24.1 percent … In SEC games, allowed only 11 catches from 23 targets for 171 yards … Recorded a 94.5 pass-rushing grade from PFF, which ranked second in the SEC among cornerbacks … Tallied 40 tackles, including 31 of the solo variety … Registered 2.0 tackles for loss and 0.5 sack … Picked off two passes, forced a fumble, recovered a fumble and broke up eight passes … Did not play vs. Kansas State (9/14), at Texas A&M (10/26), vs. Abilene Christian (11/23) and vs. Louisville (12/30) at the Music City Bowl … Opened the season with a seven-tackle performance and an interception at Louisiana (8/31) … Picked off his second pass of the season at Tennessee (10/12) … Put together a career performance vs. No. 2 LSU (10/19), who featured the nation’s top offense and receiving corps … Allowed 2 of 4 targets to be caught for 13 yards against the Tigers … Earned an impressive 90.8 defensive grade and 99.9 pass-rushing grade … Finished the game with seven tackles and a half sack … Also forced.
The Reason: The Chiefs will be getting in a lot of shoot outs with their explosive offense running up the score. They need Corners and DBs who can cover all over the field.  

Second Choice: Ashtyn Davis FS




Defense: 4-3

*Hunter Bryant-

H-back/FB Washington

6-2, 248, (O) 4.74,

32"Arm, 23 Reps,

7.08 3-Cone, 4.46 SS,

9'7" Broad, 32.5" Vert,


Chase Claypool-

WR/H-B? Fighting Irish


Jaylon Johnson

CB Utah




2019 Picks:

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

2018 Picks:

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


Key F.A. Signed:

Cedric Ogbuehi OLT

Brandon Shell OT

B.J. Finney OG

Greg Olson TE

Key F.A.:

Geno Smith, QB
Jaron Brown, WR
Mike Iupati, OG
C.J. Prosise, RB

Jadeveon Clowney, DE

Ziggy Ansah, DE

Cassius Marsh, DE
Jarran Reed, DT
Al Woods, DT

Mychal Kendricks, LB
Barkevious Mingo, LB

Key F.A. Lost:

George Fant OT

Germain Ifedi, OT

Quinton Jefferson DE

Al Woods DT

The Team: They need a TE as well. Or at least speedy twitchy H-back.

The Player:  

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

The Reason: I know Pete Carroll is  DC HC, but he has to get some guys to help Wilson out. Getting two big guys who can get open in pattern, can play WR or TE, and block in the run game, would make him top notch again. 

Second Choice: Malik Harrison LB

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"

As the World burns the Corrupt Trump

Administration endeavors to pilfer as much

cold hard cash as he they can!














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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