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PICKS 65-87

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2nd Round: 

Picks 33-48.

Picks 49-64.

3rd Round

Picks 65-87.

Picks 88-98.

Picks 99-100.

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My Picks: 

Key Needs:

Team Moves:

1.

65.

Bengals

Defense: 4-3

 

Bryan Edwards

WR South Carolina

6-3. 212, 32 1/4" Arm, 

9 1/2" Hand,  

 

*Joe Burrow

QB LSU 

 

*Kenneth Murray-

LB Oklahoma

 

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 gets some weapon to help their new rookie QB. Edwards is a phenomenal player. This pick starts off the 3rd Round showing perfectly what I have been saying since the start of this Draft. You can get starters much later in the Draft than normal. Edwards is a great example of that. He runs after the catch like a elk (he's bigger than a deer;). 

The Player: 03/30 Bryan Edwards- Power Forward Part IV.

Second Choice: Harrison Bryant TE

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2.

66.

Redskins

Defense: 3-4

Michael Ojemudia 

CB Iowa

6-1, 200, 6.87 3-Cone!

(O) 4.45, 4.21 Short Shuttle

10'2" Broad!, 36" Vert,

32 1/4" Arm, 

 

 

*Chase Young

D-End Ohio ST

5-10, 168, #5

 

OT,  OG, CB, WR, DT, CB, OT, Edge, LB, CB, TE,  DB, RB, WR, CB, 

2019 Picks:

1 (15) Dwayne Haskins, QB Ohio ST
1 Montez Sweat DE Mississippi ST
3 (76) Terry McLaurin, WR Ohio ST
4 (112) Bryce Love, RB (Stanford)
4 (131) Wes Martin, OG (Indiana)
5 Ross Pierschbacher, OC Alabama
5 (173) Cole Holcomb, LB N.Carolina
6 (206) Kelvin Harmon, WR N.C ST
7 (227) Jimmy Moreland, CB (JMU)
7 (253 Jordan Brailford, DE (OK ST)

2018 Picks:

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

Key F.A. Signed:

JD McKissic RB

Marcus Baugh TE

Logan Thomas TE

Wes Schweitzer OG

Cornelius Lucas OLT

Caleb Brantley DE

Thomas Davis OLB

Kevin Peirre-Louis OLB

Sean Davis FS

Kendall Fuller CB

Key F.A.: 
Marcus Baugh TE

Chris Thompson RB
Rob Kelley RB

Vernon Davis TE  

Brian Quick WR

Josh Doctson WR

Brandon Scherff OG  

Tony Bergstrom OC

D. Rodgers-Cromartie CB

Key F.A. Lost:

Case Keenum QB

Colt McCoy QB  

Ereck Flowers OT  

Michael Burton FB

Darqueze Dennard CB

Josh Norman CB

The Team: This is the problem the Redskins face. I saw a mock where the Redskins trade down from Two to Five and pick up pick 26. Nice deal, but... Is it worth losing Chase Young. They are not trade an arbitrary 1st. They are trading the best Edge Prospect to come out of the Draft in decades. The might be able to justify it by saying they don't really need a D-end, but damn. You are giving up a likely Hall Of Famer for what amounts to a couple of 1sts and some change? 

Getting Okudah at Five, who is almost as likely to be a HOFer as Young, helps the knife in the back, but I don't think I could do it. Plus, there is the fact that Ron Rivera loves his D-ends. When was HC of the PC they kept drafting D-ends over and over. It seemed like they drafted a DE in the 1st every year. And now Rivera is going to pass on the best D-end to come out of college since he became a Head Coach in the NFL with Carolina. I just have trouble believing that. 

I like the Deal of five and 26, and Miami's 1st next season. That could be a good ending point in negotiations for both teams. And the Redskins had to give some change as well. That deal might work for Rivera, but this is not a great Edge class. I have trouble seeing more than three Edge guys  going in the 1st (and Chaisson is not a pure Edge, but more of a Van Noy/Jamie Collins hybrid OLB/Edge). It will be interesting to see, because if Miami makes that offer, the 'Skins have to say yes. Because Miami's 1st next year could be a top ten pick again. 

Tua could be great next season, or play a rookie QB, yikes. Or worse, he could break his friggin' ankle again. It would be a big time move to trade up for Tua. If he can stay healthy and on the field he is better than Herbert. But I'd stick at Five and 26, and take a healthy Herbert. But I bet they trade it, because of Okudah. If you can trade down and still get a Number One Corner like him, you gotta do it. Okay, I somehow convinced myself the deal works, so let's get'er done. 

Washington is in a conundrum. This pick could be worth a fortune in Draft gold. A team that thinks that Tua's bone structure isn't a concern, would be willing to trade a king's ransom for him, like Miami. However, it is not about Tua for the Redskins. It is about Chase Young. How much is Chase worth to this Franchise? He is the best Edgerusher to declare for a long time. 

The 2nd pick in this Draft isn't an abstract for the Skins. It is Chase Young. If they trade down to Five? Young goes Three to Detroit or certainly Four to the Giants. Are Miami's three 1st Round picks (5th, 18th and 26th) worth Chase Young? I'm not sure they are. However, I am pretty sure that Washington will make the wrong choice, It's kind-ah what they do. 

The Player: 03/30 Michael Ojemudia- My favorite CB In The Draft, But...  

The Reason: They have got get a Corner in this Draft. Ojemudia is the most physically talented Corner left on the Board. He has a ton more potential. He just has to find a coach who can unlock his potential. He plays too tight and disciplined, and needs to unleash his elite athleticism. 

Second Choice: Lucas Niang ORT 

3.

67.

Lions

Defense: 4-3

 

*Donovan Peoples-Jones-

WR Michigan

 6-1 5/8, 212, (U) 4.48, 

33 1/2"Arm, 

11'7"BroadJump!

44"Vertical Leap!

 

*Jeff Okudah-

CB Ohio ST

 

*Jonathan Taylor

RB Wisconsin

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: This looks like this is going to be a Franchise changing draft for Detroit. Either they trade the 3rd pick in the Draft, Tua, for a mountain of picks (it seems to be starting with three 1sts)! Or? Washington trades down, gulp... and hands them Chase Young with the 3rd pick in the Draft. Either way Detroit will be a ton more talented team after this Draft. I mean... If they don't blow it. They are very unlikely to end up with Okudah, unless he drops to Five, which would not be shocking. So they could snag a CB here. Right now my top Corner left on the Board is Bryce Hall, but it could be the UCLA Corner Darnay Holmes very soon.

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks- He returns punts. He will make the great high flying catch over two DBs, and then drop the next pass. He takes his eyes off the pass on short throws to peek at the DBs.

He has greatness in him, but I don’t trust him. He will go higher than I have him rated. I think he is a late Day Two guy, who you still need to develop a little. He has concentration issues, which lead to hands issues that have to be solved. Big and fast. Runs good patterns. He can get physical. Good blocker. But he is just a little erratic.

He will make the big play at the big time. Reliable 3rd down WR. He knows where the marker is and will dive down to get it. Gets open in the comeback very well. Good blocker on the bubble screen to his side. Nice size. He can reach out and snag the pass over the head of the LB. He needs to concentrate like that more consistently. He is an X receiver.

He will line up in the slot, and curl over the middle to get open. Nice feet to shake the CB in pattern and break open in the middle of the field on the Post. Great tricky feet on play action to fake the block on the WR, and then burst past him wide open. Amazing ball skills to leap backwards and snag the ball over the CB high and outside and hold on as he falls to the ground, and the CB slams on top of him and bounces off. 

At Michigan: Two-time All-Big Ten selection as a wide receiver (third team, coaches, 2018; honorable mention, media, 2018-19). Two-time All-Big Ten honoree as a punt returner (third team, coaches, 2018, and media, 2018-19;

honorable mention, coaches, 2017, '19 and media, 2017). Academic All-Big Ten honoree (2018). Co-Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 24, 2018) after his performance against Nebraska. Freshman All-American as a punt returner, according to the AFCA and 247 sports. Three-year letterman (2017-18-19). Recipient of the team's 2017 Rookie of the Year award. Recipient of the 2018 Offensive Skill Player of the Year Award, as the first-ever award winner. Appeared in 37 games as a Wolverine with 26 starts, totaling 2,155 all-purpose yards with 16 touchdowns (14 receiving).

Junior (2019): Made his season debut at Wisconsin (Sept. 21) and caught one five-yard touchdown. Caught four passes for 62 yards against Rutgers (Sept. 28) and returned three punts. Led the team with four catches against Iowa (Oct. 5), totaling 26 yards with a 36-yard punt return. Caught three passes for 36 yards, including a five-yard touchdown at Illinois (Oct. 12). Brought down five passes for 46 yards at Penn State (Oct. 19). Made a 20-yard touchdown catch against Notre Dame (Oct. 26) among 52 all-purpose yards. Caught two passes for 11 yards at Maryland (Nov. 2). Brought in an 18-yard touchdown on four catches for 48 yards against Michigan State (Nov. 16) and added a 50-yard punt return. Scored a touchdown and totaled 73 receiving yards on five catches at Indiana (Nov. 23). Made three catches for 69 yards with a 25-yard touchdown against Ohio State (Nov. 30). Made one catch for 34 yards against Alabama in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl (Jan. 1).

Combine: Super explosive athlete with a stunning 44 1/2" Vert. The QB just has to throw it to him over the Rim, and no CB can stop him from getting it. Very long strider in Forty. Makes catching the bomb look easy. He can leap forward just a little and reach his hands way out in front of him to snag it. No drops 1st. I questioned his hands coming into the Combine, but he had smooth easy hands in Gauntlet.

Very soft hands (but he will get the dropsies in games at Michigan). Double caught one in 2nd gauntlet and made it look easy. No drop in 2nd Gantlet. Impressive athlete. He made some money at the Combine. He can really dive out and get his hands on the impossibly outside pass. Top self burst and explosion half diving for the ball way-way outside! A little acrobatic. He looked like a freak athlete at the Combine. BB could be looking at him in the 3rd. Long strider. He can reach out and snag it easily at full speed. Nice adjustment to pass low and outside as well. 

The Reason: Getting an old washing up QB a big young target can be nothing but smart. They have to get the aging Stafford a big time weapon to help make him better.

Second Choice: Chase Friggin' Young!

4.

68.

Jets

Defense: 3-4

 

*Clyde Edwards-Helaire-

RB LSU

 5-7 1/4", 207, (O) 4.61,

10'3"Br! 39.5"Vert!

 29"Arm, 15 Reps, 

 

*Andrew Thomas-

OLT Georgia

 

**K.J. Hamler

WR Penn ST

 

OLT, WR, OL, WR, OL, WR, OLB, WR, 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.:

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:

Robby Anderson WR!

Brandon Shell OT

Brent Qvale ORT

Brandon Copeland OLB/DE

Maurice Canady CB

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The Team: Okay, who can a give the Jets that people would say "hey. that's not a bad pick." But is really funny (and a massive insult;)? I gave them Hamler in the 2nd, and he reminds me of Robby Anderson. Which is kind-ah funny? But not really an insult. I could give them another WR. That would be funny. I could give them an RB. Taking an RB too early is always an insult now a days. Clyde Edwards-Helaire is my 71st rated player, and an amazingly electric scat-back. Sounds good.

The Player: Okay, whatever... Edwards-Helaire is like... small. Some think he's quick and such. He is clearly too good for the Jets. My fear is that he will take too much pressure off of Bradley or Badford or whatever his name is? You know! The QB who got injured last year with the kissing disease. Skippy or something. Clyde seems to have to fast feet. I mean... when you can see them. He'll stand in front of the QB and block. That makes me sad. 

Okay, right turn Clyde. Dude has some explosion. Explosively quick, agile, and a low rider. Fast and explosive COD. He made himself the feature back at LSU. That is a big deal. He kept a lot of pressure off of Borrow, and was a major reason they won it all this year. Major league weapon out of the backfield. Could be David Meggett type scat back in the NFL, only twitchier (if that is indeed a word;). Runs low. Slippery and shifty. Explosive acceleration when he gets a lane outside. Sudden. Untouchable. Fast. Can't touch this. A vicious and unscrupulous (so he'll fit in with the Jets;) weapon in the passing game out in space. Too many defenders to count wanted to touch this, but can't. 

The Reason: SSSHHHH. I moved the Jets new RB down to the 4th Round to pick 116 in my player ratings. That's kind-ah funny. 

Second Choice: Josh Uche OLB

5.

69

Panthers

Defense: 4-3

*Solomon Kindley

OLG Georgia

6-3, 337, 32 1/4"Arm, 10" Hand, Rs-Jr,  

 

Derrick Brown

DT, Auburn

 

**Jacob Eason

QB Washington

DT, OLT, 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

Russel Okung OLT

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

Trai Turner OG

Greg Van Roten OG

Gerald McCoy DT

Vernon Butler DT

Mario Addison OLB

Bruce Irvin, OLB

James Bradberry CB

The Team: Hey, Good news everyone The Panthers just signed Robby Anderson from the Jets. Now that's funny! They also just traded guard Trai Turner for Russell Okung, which takes the easy pick of Trey Adams off the Board here. But I suppose that opens up a hole for an OG, and there is a most excellent OG available here at lucky number 69.

The Player: Kindley is not kind inside. He is a huge power OG inside on the QB left. Good in pass pro. Nice short area quick inside. Classic Georgia power blocker. He has the size of an OT, and brings the power inside blocking. Relentless. Nasty. Brings the pain. Old school dud who plays through the whistle. Good feet moving sideways. Heavy hands. Needs to bend his knees better.

Instantly makes the run game better. Monstrous freak pulling outside to hurt defenders. Swift loved to run and hide behind him. He always seemed to cutback to his side. Massive mover. Amazing leading Swift to the 2nd level and annihilate any LBs dumb enough to get in his path. 

He will get sloppy in pass pro sometimes. He still needs more consistency moving backwards. That is why I think he goes lower than expected. But he is a plug and play OLG, and that bring value to his Draft status. Big bodied dude. Difficult to get around. Shorter arms than I though at Combine, but not bad for an OG. Body is a little sloppy. He could tighten it up a little. 

2019: Played in 13 games overall, starting in 11...a key player on Georgia teams that won 11 or more games three straight seasons, won three straight SEC Eastern Division titles, and played in three straight New Year’s Six Bowl game (2018 Rose, 2019 Allstate Sugar, 2020 Allstate Sugar)...named one of three team captains for season opener at Vanderbilt and also vs. Missouri and Texas A&M...played every offensive snap vs. Florida, Auburn, Texas A&M and Baylor, over 95 percent of snaps vs. Vanderbilt and Missouri...left the Notre Dame game with an injury...co-winner of Offensive “Up Front” award, given at team’s post-season awards gala....Outland Trophy Watch List...Sports Illustrated Preseason All-America Second Team...Preseason All-SEC Second Team Offense by media.

2018Started all 14 games at left guard...played in 75 percent of Georgia's offensive snaps during the Bulldogs' eight SEC games...left Vanderbilt game with an injury but returned the following week as a starter at LSU...one of three winners of Most Improved Offensive Player award at team's post-season awards gala.
2017Coaches’ Freshman All-SEC Team...played in 15 games, making seven starts at right guard...picked up first career start against Samford and started the next week against Mississippi State...one of two winners of the Most Improved Award for Offense during spring drills...started at right guard for Black team in G-Day spring game

Second Choice: Marlon Davidson DL

6.

70.

Miami 

Defense: 4-3

*Lucas Niang

ORT TCU

6-6, 315, 10 1/2" Hands,

34 1/4"Arm! 

 

*Tua Tagovailoa

QB Alabama

 

Ezra Cleveland

OLT Boise State

 

Curtis Weaver-

Edge Boise St

 

*D'Andre Swift

RB Georgia

 

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: Miami will need to help their defense, which makes this pick tough. Buu-ahhhh-ut if the trade up for Tua, they have to go to extraordinary length to protect his legs. He had three major lower body injuries, and you can to keep rushers off his legs. I think Niang goes lower than expect. He is a terrific dancer on the Edge in pas pro, but he is an ORT. He is not a Left Tackle. 

The Player: Taken from Mother Of All Mocks- Niang could be the final piece in their offense.

He can put the DE on skates with some serious aggression. Good feet moving backwards but needs work on his kick slide. He will give up the Arc to the Edge, when he is peeking inside. He needs to focus on the edge, and not the NT. Great athlete, but he struggles to sustain blocks moving forward and backwards. His size is so enticing, but he has to grab shirt and sustain blocks more consistently.

They like to slide protection a lot, and he can slide to the left and stuff the blitzing LB like he is a kid. Nice power to just step forward and shove the DE back three yards with just his arm length. He is just monstrous. They don’t have him move his feet as much as you’d like. He will get high and lose the leverage battle outside. When the Edge stops to move back inside, he can power him back instantly a few yards.

He can get outside on the reverse and make a block in space. Not super-fast, but faster than his size would indicate. He can pancake the DE, in pass pro. When he hits a smaller DE with his hands, he can knock him right off his feet. Fierce zone blocking out to the numbers. He is a guy you can run behind. He will get beat by speed inside, by the small fast LB. Nice skip step inside to cut off the DE. Terrific feet, but he needs to warm them up sometimes... 

03/2019: Smooth moving back. He will pedal back off the snap to get back quick sometimes, and then kickslide on contact. 

Long arms and strong hands. Once he grabs the little rusher he is done. I really like his feet moving backwards. Gets too high sometimes. He can take a slap to the helmet that rocks his head, and still stone the DE easily. He can absorb the speed to power and then slow and stop. Once he stops moving back the rush is done. They keep line up speed guys in front of him, and he doesn't lose to speed. He can get popped back by power, but he has the feet and hips to get back against speed and get his hand in shirt. Once his hands are in the speed rusher's shirt it is over. He is an easy 2nd Round pick at ORT. If he was an OLT, he would go in the 1st. A complete steal in the 3rd, where he could slide down to because he was injured and missed the 2nd half of the season and the Combine. 

CAREER HONORS: 2020 NFL Combine. 2018 Pro Football Focus First-Team All-Big 12. 2018 Second-Team All-Big 12
2019 SENIOR: Started six of the opening seven games at right tackle ... missed the final five contests due to injury ... did not allow a sack for the second consecutive season.

Second Choice: Ashtyn Davis FS 

7.

71.

Chargers

Defense: 3-4

*AJ Dillon

RB BC

6' 3/4", 247! (O) 4.53!

31 5/8" Arms, 23 Reps,

 10'11"Broad! 7.19 3-Cone,

41"Vertical Leap!

 

*Justin Herbert

QB Oregon

 

*Austin Jackson

OLT USC

QB! OLT, RB, CB, TE, DL, WR, OL, RB, Edge, WR, FB, LB,

2019 Picks:

1 (28) Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame
2 (60) Nasir Adderley, FS, Delaware
3 (91) Trey Pipkins, OT, Sioux Falls
4 (130) Drue Tranquill, LB, ND
5 (166) Easton Stick, QB, North Dakota State
6 (200) Emeke Egbule, LB, Houston
7 (242) Cortez Broughton, DT, Cincy

2018 Picks:

1 (17) Derwin James, SS, FLA ST
2 (48) Uchenna Nwosu, OLB, USC
3 (84) Justin Jones, DT, NC ST
4 (119) Kyzir White, FS W Virginia
5-155 Scott Quessenberry OC UCLA
6 (191) Dylan Cantrell, WR Texas T
7-Justin Jackson, RB Northwestern

Key FA. Signed:

Bryan Bulaga ORT

Trai Turner ORG

Linval Joseph DT

Nick Vigil I LB

Chris Harris CB
Key FA.:

Jatavis Brown, LB

Austin Ekeler, RB

Hunter Henry, TE

Cardale Jones, QB

Isaac Rochell, DT

Michael Schofield, OG

Damion Square, DT

Key FA. Lost

Philip Rivers QB

Russell Okung OLT

Melvin Gordon RB  

Derek Watt FB

Russell Okung OLT

Jatavis Brown ILB

Thomas Davis OLB

Jaylen Watkins CB

Adrian Phillips FS

The Team: The Chargers are going to get a young QB in this Draft. They picked up an OLT to help him in the passing game in the 2nd. Now they need to get him some weapons to help him on the field. 

The Player03/30 AJ Dillon: Pure Power.

The Reason: Nothing help a young QB more than an RB and power run game. 

Second Choice: Gabriel Davis WR

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8.

72.

Cardinals

Defense: 3-4

Jason Strowbridge

DL/Edge North Carolina

6-4, 275, S-1.72, (U) 4.61, 9'9"Br, 31"V, 4.37 SS, 7.45 3-C, 32.3"Arm,

 

*Tristan Wirfs

OT Iowa

 

OLT, Edge, WR, LB, CB, DB, DL, OT, OC, LB, SS, RB, WR, NT, LB,

2019 Picks:

1 (1) Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma
2 (33) Byron Murphy, CB Wash
2 (62) Andy Isabella, WR UMass
3 (65) Zach Allen, DE BC
4 (103) Hakeem Butler, WR Iowa ST
5 Deionte Thompson FS Alabama
6 KeeSean Johnson, WR Fresno ST
6 (179) Lamont Gaillard, C Georgia
7 (248) Joshua Miles, T Morgan ST
7 (249) Michael Dogbe, DE Temple
7 (254) Caleb Wilson, TE UCLA

2018 Picks:

2-47 Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M
3 (97) Mason Cole, OC, Michigan.
4-134 Chase Edmonds RB Fordham
6 (182) Chris Campbell, CB, Penn ST
7 254 Korey Cunningham OT, Cincy

Key F.A. Signed:

Brent Hundley QB

Kenyan Drake RB (Tag)

DeAndre Hopkins WR

Larry Fitzgerald WR

Jordan Phillips DT

Jonathan Bullard DE

Cassius March DE/OLB

De'Vondre Campbell O LB

Devon Kennard LB

Chris Banjo SS/ST

Key F.A.:

Charles Clay TE
Marcus Gilbert OT
D.J. Humphries OT
A.Q. Shipley OC
Terrell Suggs Edge

Haason Reddick LB
D.J. Swearinger SS

Key F.A. Lost:  

Damiere Byrd WR

Pharoh Cooper WR

Joe Walker ILB

Rodney Gunter DE

The Team: They need to get help on both lines. They could go OL and DL with their next two picks as well and I don't see how anyone could complain.  

The Player: 03/2020: I really like this guy. He can jam the OL back and knock the RB back. Then when the RB recovers and takes off to the sideline, he can follow him down the line and tackle on the sideline on the LOS. Terrific on field speed for such a big guy. He is a bit of a tweener. He is only 275, and is not really a DT or a DE. 

They were playing him at 3-Tech at the SB, and he was great there. Very tough kid inside. He looked like an inside-outside  player at the Senior Bowl. Smart 3-Tech. He can get his hands into the ORG's shirt, spot the QB in trouble. Then see the RB turning back to him, and shed the ORG. Then go and get the RB in the backfield as the QB pretends to throw, and sack the RB for a TFL. He plays so well behind his eyes. I didn't see him much in college, but he was great at the SB. I liked just about everything he did. Good speed and weight room strength. 26 Reps at 225 pounds. Good upfield explosion. Tough and relentless. His primarily concern is that he has no radar. He cannot seem to find the ball. 

Great quick and fast athlete. He is a little light, but very strong and light on his feet. He knows how swipe of the blockers hands and get to where he needs to be. Suburb size speed athlete who has to find the ball better. Looked better at the SB finding the ball carrier, but was still more athlete than football player. Needs better eyes. Explodes into the backfield without a plan or knowing where the ball is going. He could be a Day Two pick because of his size, athleticism and movement skills inside. Might be best a 3-tech where he can just plug things up with explosion up the middle. Not a lot of production. Runs around too much. Gets stuck fighting too much. 
Combine: Strong upper body. Good core. Not great in pedal. 4-bag drill: good going over bags. Quick but short steps moving forward and back. Good bend. Like his bend and flatten. Hoops Drill: Excellent lean. Dude is huge for a D-end. He can really move in space. Nice pedal. Caught the ball. Coverage drill: He caught it. Very good moving back. Nice laterally. He caught it over his head. He caught it deep. A 4.61 Forty is a great number for a 275-pound D-end. Maybe too good, and the Official number was 4.83.

2019: Senior Season: Third team All-ACC selection • Tied for ACC lead with three fumble recoveries • Totaled 6.5 TFLs, 3.0 sacks and a career-high 45 tackles • Had three tackles and blocked an extra point (fourth career blocked kick) against Temple in the Military Bowl • Had a sack and six tackles at Pitt • Set a career high with 10 tackles against Duke • Also had 2.5 TFL, 1.5 sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery against the Blue Devils • Had a then career high nine tackles at Virginia Tech • Had three tackles and 0.5 sack and 0.5 TFL against Georgia Tech • Had four tackles and a fumble recovery against No. 1 Clemson • Returned to the starting lineup against App State • Missed the Wake Forest game with a lower-body injury • Registered a blocked kick against Miami • Had five tackles and one sack against the Hurricanes • Had a pair of tackles and one TFL against South Carolina.
2018: Junior Season: Started all 11 games along the defensive line • Earned All-ACC honorable mention honors • Posted 36 tackles, 5.5 sacks, 7.5 TFL, four pressures, a PBU and a blocked kicked • Opened the season with three tackles, a half sack and a PBU at Cal • Made two stops at ECU • Added a tackle against Pitt • Made two tackles and blocked a kick at Miami • Registered six tackles, two sacks, 2.5 TFL and a pressure versus Virginia Tech • Tallied two tackles, a sack and a pressure at Syracuse • Added four tackles at Virginia • Recorded four tackles and a TFL versus Georgia Tech • Notched two tackles and a sack at Duke • Posted two tackles and a sack against Western Carolina • Finished the season with a career-high eight stops, a half TFL and a PBU versus NC State.
2017: Sophomore Season: Appeared in all 12 games and made nine starts on the defensive line • Recorded 34 tackles on the season and 5.5 for loss • Had one sack, a forced fumble and a pair of QB hurries • Enjoyed a strong game at NC State with five tackles, including two TFLs • Finished with two tackles and a TFL in the win over WCU • Had a solo tackle in the win at Pitt • Finished with four tackles and a pass breakup against Miami • Had three stops and combined on a tackle for loss at Virginia Tech • Finished with four tackles and a TFL against Virginia • Had a tackle against Notre Dame • Finished with three tackles and a forced fumble at Georgia Tech • Had a season-high five tackles and combined on a sack in the Duke game • Finished with a tackle and a QB hurry in the win at ODU • Had a pair of stops and combined on a sack against Louisville • Recorded three tackles and a quarterback hurry in the season opener against Cal.

The Reason: The Cards need to improve both lines. Becton will be tough to pass, but Epenesa is a terrific talent. He is built like a 5-Tech, but he really played D-end. He is a beast against the run. He also is slippery inside, and when he gets pressure he scares QBs. 

Second Choice: Darnell Holmes CB

9.

73.

Jaguars

Defense: 4-3

Darnay Holmes-

CB, UCLA-

5-10. 195, (O) 4.48, 

 29 1/2" Arms, 12 Reps,  

 

*Isaiah Simmons

LB Clemson

 

*A.J. Epenesa

DL Iowa

 

*Cole Kmet-

TE Fighting Irish

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

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: Damn. The Jags are having a pretty good Draft. I think they will be choosing between Ashtyn Davis and a WR, or a Corner like Darnay Holmes. This is a tough one. They hit the Defense hard and could help their QB again. But when choosing between a WR and Defender, the tie has to to the Defender in this Draft because of the depth at WR in this Draft. 

I really want to give them Ashtyn, but I really like Holmes more. I think he is a better player. Plus, I think Holmes can play FS,  Simmons can play FS if worse come to worse, and he could end up as the best FS in the NFL. 

The Player: Holmes has some of the best feet moving backwards in this Draft. Certainly top five among CBs. That is so important. Great job moving back and sideways so he can see the QB. Then he can burst inside when the QB throws and destroy the WR catching it on the Seam. He can be a big hitter on the 3rd level. He does a good job keeping one eye on the QB, and going and tackling him when he takes off to his side. 

I like him more in press. Elite feet moving side to side and back in finesse Press to slow the route and has great hips to snap back and stay with the WR. Great click and close inside. When he sees the ball in the air, and bursts to the WR in full attack mode. Nice timing to arrive as the ball arrives and wipe the WR out. He can twist out of his pedal late and lose too much ground. He needs to twist out of his pedal a little earlier and quicker. He trusts his speed too much sometimes. His hips are a little tight, and he likes to stay facing the WR for too long to jam him and slow him down. Needs to turn and bail sooner. EH got beat badly deep twice against Washington State. 

He turns and bails before the snap sometimes. He will get beat over the top sometimes. When he gets over aggressive at the line he can get beat deep. He will get over aggressive with his hands on the Jam and give up the free inside release. Short with short arms. Excellent student who has a thirst to succeed. Very hard worker. He will make an instant impact as a returner. He return two kicks and two intercepts for TDs. 

He has some snap in his hips on inside move. He can slide back, and click and close in a burst. Easily sticks to the double move. They leave him on the QBs right. He has some snap in his hips when he burst outside. Great burst forward and sideways out of pedal. 

Nice ball skills. He got an interception against Wash ST when the ball bounced out of the WR's hand and he dived out to snag it. Explosive moving forward out of pedal. Great tackler. He hits and wraps up with great consistency. His best position might be a FS. He is an excellent form tackler out in space. He has good instincts mirroring WRs downfield, but will bail late sometimes. 

The Reason: They still will be likely to choice from Proche, Lynn Bowden, Tyler Johnson, Van Jefferson, KJ Hill, etc. in the 4th. With two 4th Round picks 137 and 140, they would be in pretty good shape with Johnson (137) and Jefferson (140) with those two picks. 

Second Choice: Gabriel Davis WR

10.

74.

Browns

Defense: 3-4

Rashard Lawrence-

DL LSU

6-2, 308, (O) 5.97, 

22 Reps, 34.1"Arm,

 

*Jedrick Willis Jr-

ORT Alabama

 

*Grant Delpit

FS/LB/SS LSU

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 OT

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- He does a good job maintaining his position on plays away. When he hits the QB, he can near break him in half. He does a great job staying and playing low. Great power on the push pull, and then the swim over the OL to hit the QB as he throws. He is relentless with his hands, strength and power in the rush. He needs to use his hands better, to swipe off the OLT’s arms. When he does win with leverage, he tends to struggle. But he is relentless in the rush.
He is the best stack and shed DE in this Draft. Though he is likely a DT in the NFL. He plays a little more outside, and is more of a 5-Tech. But he is tough to keep off the RB, if you run to his side. He plays in an odd front and gets doubled a lot. He is a beast on the goal line. He is a little short, so arm length is going to be everything for him at the Combine. 
"In the Fiesta Bowl win, Lawrence gave LSU fans a highlight reel that throws an aerosol can into the campfire of hype heading into the Tigers' 2019 season," Chris Patterson said. "Lawrence dominated in the win, totaling four tackles for loss and two sacks, giving credence to the idea that he is the special sauce for LSU's defensive front." 
When he bursts into the backfield he finds the QB. They have him rush outside like a D-end a lot. Mostly he seemed to play the 5-Tech in odd fronts. The OLT and OLG will double him on the edge. They play a lot of odd fronts with three DLs rushing. Great initial burst. He can be a yard ahead of the other LSU DLs off the snap. 
A 3-4 team could take him in the 1st. He can be explosive inside at DT. He might be the most versatile DL in this Draft, but he will have to play more inside in the NFL. They will line him up.
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The Player:: Great job powering inside to get to the RB on the Dive. Plays hurt. Plays hard. When he sees the hand off he can get to the RB in the backfield. Very-very strong. It is amazing how he rushes the edge at his size. He plays in an odd front and gets doubled a lot. Lines up on the Nose and gets hit from all sides. Amazing ability to fight through all the hits. He is a beast on the goal line. He gets knocked back a lot, and is a wizard reanchoring and bursting back towards the ball carrier. More of a quick and sudden Nose Tackle than a traditional glass eating NT.  

Combine: Quick twitchy recovery skills when he gets beat initially. Gets too high. Got a little out of control. Tried to cheat the drill. He has some bend. Good get off. Great feet and hands. Energy guy. Always on the move. Quicker than fast. Nice long arms. 34 1/8" arms is a great number for him. Great feet. Nice loose hips. 

Second Choice: Ben Bredeson OG

 

11.

75.

Colts

Defense: 3-4

Harrison Bryant

H-Back FAU

6-5 4 3/4", 243, (O) 4.73, 

30 5/8"Arms, 13 Reps, 

9'2"Broad , 32.5" Vert, 

7.41 3-C, 4.37 SS,

 

Laviska Shenault-

WR Colorado

 

Jordan Elliott

DT/NT Missouri

6-1, 227, (O) 4.58, 

31.7" Arms, 17 Reps,  

DT, WR, TE, Edge, OL, QB, WR, TE, OLT, RB, DT

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

Brain Hoyer QB

Le'Raven Clark OL

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

Devin Funchess WR

Joe Haeg OL

The Team: Colts got killed in free agency. Now they have to rebuild the Offense for the 50-year old QB, who looked like he was done last season. .  

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

Combine: Good pop for an H-back. One drop in 2nd gantlet. He can catch the one low and away at full speed. Impressive hands. Nice wind down, great burst coming back. Great tracking the ball over his head. He will drop the ball it seems, once a game. 

Second Choice: Josh Uche OLB 

12.

76.

Buccaneers

Defense: 4-3

Prince Tega Wanogho

OLT Auburn

6-5, 308, 33 1/2"Arm, 10 3/8" Hand, 

 

Javon Kinlaw

NT/DT/5-T, S. Carolina

 

Noah Igbinoghene

CB Auburn

 

 

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:  Okay, so they signed a cranky old QB, so what. So now... they better get him a Left Tackle. He ain't gonna last out there very long at QB with his old bones, without an Offensive Left Tackle.   

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: This guy is strong as an Ox. He is a weight room wonder. He brings that strength and power to the field. You do not have to worry about his work ethic. Good job sliding outside past the Edge and picking up the blitzing safety outside on the roll out. He has some smoothness in his Slide. When his hands are playing great, he is unbeatable. He can get real low against the speed rusher and jam him up and out of the play.

He has a legit NFL kickslide. His back foot goes a little high, but it is not a shuffle like a lot of schools teach now a days. He can kickslide back with balance and power. He is much smarter and aware this season. He had a great fumble recovery on the Goalline against Minny.

He will still make mental mistakes, and try and pick up the inside blitzer, when two guys blitz outside of him, and the OLG picks up the inside guy. He needs to use his hands and long arms better. He can be inconsistent in this kickslide. When his form is great he wins. But he will get tired, lose concentration or whatever and lose his form sometimes. He will lower his head on impact with the Edge in pass pro, which can cause him some problems. He doesn’t always look natural sliding back. 

2019: Returning starter at left tackle … 32 career starts … did not play vs. Kent State due to injury … Reese’s Senior Bowl ... SEC academic honor roll ... Preseason: All-America 2nd team (Lindy’s, PFF), 3rd team (Athlon), 4th team (Phil Steele); Outland Trophy watch list; All-SEC 1st team (Athlon, Lindy’s, SEC media, SEC coaches, PFF), 2nd team (Phil Steele); Bruce Feldman CFB Freaks (#24); Reese’s Senior Bowl watch list.

The Player: Weight room strength does not always translates to the field. He needs to use his hands and long arms better. Good power on run inside. Nice power to pop the 5-Tech inside off the snap. He can really get some push and turn the D-end on the goal line. They will also line him up offset on the right side on the goal line, and he can does a good job blocking Down on the DT.
Oregon: Powerful blocking down on the DT. He can be slow off the snap sometimes. Oregon didn’t rush his lane on the first 3rd and long. Then the DT tried to swing around the OLG, and he stoned him with two hands. Better when the big D-end doesn’t get a great blast off and he can shuffle back and catch him. I’d like to see more slide. He lost his feet twice in the 1st quarter against Oregon and let the rusher get past him. Terrific fighter on the edge. Nice burst off snap. Keeps hands out to wide in kickslide. He needs to keep his hands high and tight. 

Big. Wide. Strong. He can pancake the LB on the Goal line. Nice Explosion off the snap to Burst inside and knock the blitzing OLB right off his feet sideways. Nice heavy hands and knows how to use his long arms. Great hard worker, who will not fail for wont of trying. Played with better balance in 2019. Stronger in the legs. Nice fighter in pass pro on the right side. They would line him up outside the ORT on the goal line. Oregon stop rushing his lane sometimes. Quick feet in kickslide outside. Nice hitter inside. 

The Reason: The Goat is standing on his last NFL legs and needs a big strong dude to protect his back.  That's right I'm going through the three stages of grief. First, denial, say it so Joe. Then anger, screw you and your backside too Brady. Then Revenge! That's it Brady, your are never allowed to use my first name again! Bastard! I'm going through anger twice.

Second Choice: Move back to Brazil! Okay! So I'm going through the Anger stage a third time! So what! 

13.

77.

 

Broncos

Defense: 3-4

Neville Gallimore

DT Oklahoma

6-2, 304, (O) 4.79! (S-1.71), 

32 3/4"Arm, 23 Reps, 

7.97 3-Cone, 5.01 SS,

 

Denzel Mims-

WR Baylor

 

Khalid Kareem

Edge Fighting Irish

 

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

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: Great movement skills inside. Quick, flashy and aggressive. Good size speed ratio. Flashes ability in run Defense. Quick and twitchy and never seems to stop moving. Relentless. Tough. Perseveres. He loses a lot early but fights to the whistle and wins a lot late. He is the guy other teams double. 

He is a low built brawler. He is not pretty and neither are the trenches in football. He looks he should be inside in the trenches battling OLs until they puke. He does a good job dancing, slashing, moving, and fighting to stay in front of the RB or QB taking off.

Nice long arms that he knows how to use to keep OLs off of his shirt. Plays everywhere infront and between the OGs. Plays NT in an Odd front, but rarely lines up on the Nose. Shades a lot nicely. He will even stand up infront of the OC, rather than dig in in front of him. Very unusual game. DCs will have to be willing to use him in unusual ways.

Doesn’t find the ball carrier enough to make me happy. He looks like a 1st and finds the ball like a 3rd. So he looks like a 2nd Round pick to me. He’s a little short. Need to see his arm length at Combine. I don’t see him more than a 3-Tech in NFL. Inconsistent anchor. Best flashing forward but moves sideways a lot. Needs better eyes. Gets high and tries to swim, and that’s when he loses. Needs more lean.

The Player: Iowa ST: He is a big NT inside, that they are trying get him one-gapping more this season. He is big and powerful and moving more forward instead of stacking and shedding. He can cause chaos inside. He can slip past the OC on the biggest plays and make the QB panic. When he is slippery inside is when he is at his best. Great job using his hands to get past two blockers, and flush the QB out of the pocket. He can get to the QB late in the 4th and force him to throw it away. Short Arms. 

LSU: He has that knack for getting upfield infront of the QB. He causes a lot of disruption to the QB. Better mover than given credit, he can rush the QB on one side, and get over and tackle the RB on the screen. He plays in a 3-4, usually on the Nose. He has an explosive blast off to drive the OC up and back, and then swim over him to hit the QB. He loves that quick explosive swim.
OK ST: Great job working outside to tackle the RB outside the numbers. You just don’t see NTs doing that. He is an amazing mover. He is not a typical NT. Though he plays more 5-Tech in their odd front sometimes. 
Texas: He does a great job pushing into the double to free up the stunter to swing underneath him and get a free path for the Sack. He has that knack for finding to the QB. He is a nice swim, but will get high. He is amazing getting up field, flushing the QB, then turning and running outside to get to him. He finds the QB all over the field. They started doubling him in the rush. When you don’t double him, he consistently wins. On one play he zone dropped a few yards, and the QB took off and ran into him. 

Combine: Nice burst turning and running sideways. Nice moving backwards. Nice COD. Excellent quick feet in pedal. Amazing mover. His ability to high step over the bags was something I’ve never seen a DT do so fast, smooth, and great. Amazing foot athlete. I really don’t know what to say. Then great quick feet moving forward to backwards. Great-great feet and balance. Incredible burst coming out of COD. Nice pop in punch. I’d like to see more bend. Nice agility. Tightness. Could use a little more bend. 

Second Choice: Lloyd Cushenberry III OC

14.

78.

Atlanta

Defense: 4-3

*Malik Harrison

LB Ohio State

6-3, 247, (O) 4.66, 

6.83 3-Cone! 4.32 SS, 

10'2"Broad,  36"Vert, 

 

*Jordan Love-

QB, Rs-Jr, Utah State

QB, Edge, LB, DB, DL, NT, FS, DL, LB, RB, OG

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: The Falcons have to get some linebackers. Some guys in Atlanta think they need more than one LB. Malik Harrison is my highest rated LB still on the Board. His 3-Cone number was eye opening at the Combine. 

Malik Harrison- 6-3, 240, ILB, Ohio ST, #39- He plays in a complicated defense. They like to shift the entire front seven around before the snap. He lines up at every Linebacker position and rarely plays the position he lines up in first. They love to shift him all over the place before the snap. He has the mental capabilities to play in a complicated NFL system.

Not a great blitzer getting to the QB. He doesn’t have that knack for hitting the quarterback. But he can be a pest for the QB on the 2nd level. He will get stoned by the RB in the rush. He will not move his feet on runs to his side sometimes and get taken out by the OG. He is better on the move. When he isn’t moving, he can look real bad real quick.

Great suddenness snapping outside and drifting downfield and outside in coverage. He will put his hand down and rush the Edge. He has some great speed stunting inside. He will line up in front of Trips, and take the inside guy moving outside under the other two receivers. Great athlete. He doesn’t struggle to do anything athletically.

Very nice burst up field to curl inside to pressure the QB. He lines up at ILB a lot but will also play on the Edge. Terrific burst back in coverage. He has some suddenness in his legs. They will line him up in the Slot to cover the Slot Guy. Great athlete who can cover TE, RBs, and Slot WRs. He is fast on the field.

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: Harrison was a great ILB at Ohio State. Great job slipping blocks and exploding to the ball carrier. Moves outside fast to hit the FB and force the RB into other defenders. Follows his eyes well. Avoids blockers in space very well. Good job sliding through the traffic jam and finding the RB trying to sneak behind it.

He is a good blitzer who teams will use top blockers to pick him up when he blitzes. Terrific blitzing the Edge, shedding the TE, and tackling the RB trying to get outside behind the line. He makes the checks and calls. He has great speed and agility to loop around the ORT and burst inside to tackle the RB inside.

He has terrific speed moving forward. Good feet and aggression moving outside to chip on the TE. Good delayed blitzer who can get into the passing lane and leap up to make the QB have to make a more difficult throw. Terrific feet moving backwards in zone drop. Nice job shooting the gap.

Good delayed blitzer, when he sees the RB staying in too block. Very good in coverage on the TE outside. He can pick up the big slot WR and jam him at the line to take him out of his pattern. He take on the big blocker on the 2nd level and stay in front of the RB.

He overreacts forward and takes false steps a lot, then burst back into coverage. He will overreact to the hand off on the option, forcing the QB to keep it and break outside for the nice gain. He will miss the ball carrier, running around the blocker sometimes.

Ohio State Overview: Malik Harrison is a top linebacker and one of the key defensive players on the team … a true senior, he has played in 39 games the past three seasons and started 14 times, including 13 starts for the 2018 Big Ten and Rose Bowl champion Buckeyes … enters his senior season second on the team in career tackles with 130 and solo tackles with 87 … Harrison tied for the team lead in tackles in 2018 with 81, including 8.5 tackles-for-losses totaling 31 yards … named honorable mention all-Big Ten by the league’s coaches and media … he recorded a key interception in the win over No. 15 TCU and recovered a fumble in the overtime victory over Maryland … had three double digit talking games: 10 at Purdue, including a career-high nine solo tackles; a career-high 13 vs. Nebraska and 10 vs. Northwestern … Harrison contributed 36 tackles as a sophomore in 2017 when he played in all 14 games and started in the win over Michigan State … played in 12 of the Buckeyes’ 13 games as a true freshman … he is an OSU Scholar-Athlete majoring in human development and family science.

Second Choice: Marlon Davidson DL

15.

79.

Jets

Defense: 3-4

 

Josh Uche

OLB/Edge Michigan

6-1, 245, 

33 5/8" Arm, 18 Reps, 

9 1/2" Hand,, 

 

*Andrew Thomas-

OLT Georgia

 

**K.J. Hamler

WR Penn ST

 

*Clyde Edwards-Helaire-

RB LSU

OLT, WR, OL, WR, OL, WR, OLB, WR, 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.:

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:

Robby Anderson WR!

Brandon Shell OT

Brent Qvale ORT

Brandon Copeland OLB/DE

Maurice Canady CB

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The Team: The Jets need an OLB, and everyone needs a passrusher. 

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

Second Choice: Gabriel Davis WR

16.

80.

Vegas Baby!

Defense: 4-3

Marlon Davidson

DL Auburn

6-3, 303, (O) 5.04, 21 Reps, 33" Arm, 10" Hand,

 

*Henry Ruggs III- 

WR Alabama

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

2019 Picks:

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

2018 Picks:

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

Key F.A. Signed:

Marcus Mariota, QB

Jordan Howard RB

Rod Smith RB

Nelson Agholor WR

Jojo Natson WR

Jason Witten TE

Nick O'Leary TE

Andrew Whitworth OLT?

Eric Kush OG

A'Shawn Robinson DT

Maliek Collins DT  

Carl Nassib DE

Cory Littleton ILB

Nick Kwiatkoski ILB

Leonard Floyd OLB

Jeff Heath DB

Eli Apple CB

Key F.A.: 

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

Key F.A. Lost:

Tahir Whitehead OLB

Michael Brockers DT

Marqui Christian DB/ST

Karl Joseph SS

The Team: They need some heat off the edge. 

The Player: Davidson is a great explosive and twitchy athlete who doesn't always find the ball as consistently as you' like. Huge D-end. Doesn't seem to have a position. They'll line him up like an LB. Played out of position too much, because Auburn had too many DTs. 3-Tech might be best for him, where he can disrupt the blocking scheme without finding the ball carrier. Struggles to find the ball. He too often gets a great get off, and speed to powers the OL in the wrong direction, away from the ball. 
Arkansas: He has been great running the Arc as an OLB/DE. He plays standing up too much. He hit the Arkansas QB twice running the arc so fast he went virtually untouched, which is an amazing athletic achievement for a guy his size. He dominated the Arkansas OLT. His speed and get off is remarkable. Nice quick swim over the ORG at 3-Tech. He can get to the other side of the line and tackle the RB when he sees it. He has nice quicks inside. 
Good job fighting inside as a huge stand up DE outside. He can come up with the big pressure at the big time. When he guesses the count right, he is three yards into the backfield fast. He likes to line up outside, but he looks like a DT. He can be explosive inside at the end of games.
Nice job setting the edge. He can put his inside hand into the chest of the OLT and hold the outside with one arm. He will stand up to rush on 3rd downs. He attacks the OT sometimes rather than tries to run past him on passing downs. He seems to play better on the strong side. 

LSU: When he gets past the OT, he finds the QB. He is not as good at shedding the blocker as Brown, but he finds it better when he gets past the blocker. Nice job getting up field in the rush, but can struggle to turn inside to the QB. He will rush standing up, which is incredible for a guy his size. He has the burst and agility that belie his size. He can burst forward and beat the OLT setting the edge, and make the tackle on the RB trying to bounce outside behind the line. He is an elite physical specimen, and when he sees it he is unstoppable. 

Combine: He can move side to side. Then to sprint. He has some agility spinning. He can flatten. 

Second Choice: Trey Adams OLT

17.

81.

Vegas Baby!

Defense: 4-3

*Cam Akers

RB FLA ST

5-10, 217, (O) 4.47, 30.5"Arm, 20 Reps, 10'2"Br, 35.5"Vert, 4,42 Short Shuttle, 

 

*Henry Ruggs III- 

WR Alabama

 

**K’Lavon Chaisson

Edge LSU

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

2019 Picks:

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

2018 Picks:

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

Key F.A. Signed:

Marcus Mariota, QB

Jordan Howard RB

Rod Smith RB

Nelson Agholor WR

Jojo Natson WR

Jason Witten TE

Nick O'Leary TE

Andrew Whitworth OLT?

Eric Kush OG

A'Shawn Robinson DT

Maliek Collins DT  

Carl Nassib DE

Cory Littleton ILB

Nick Kwiatkoski ILB

Leonard Floyd OLB

Jeff Heath DB

Eli Apple CB

Key F.A.: 

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

Key F.A. Lost:

Tahir Whitehead OLB

Michael Brockers DT

Marqui Christian DB/ST

Karl Joseph SS

The Team: They need to get some help for their embattled QB. Who always seems to be on the edge of being cut, but never is. 

The Player: Akers is one of those guys who has to warm up a little sometimes. He runs out of a pure shotgun offense, which will be appealing to a lot of teams. He is better picking up the outside blitzer in the 2nd quarter after a disastrous 1st quarter of fake blocking. He will even stick a shoulder in the DT who broke free and slow him enough for his QB to throw. 

Great one cut fake outside off the hand off, and explosion up the field. Explosive. Tricky. Twitchy with the ball in his hands. Great athlete who can use hops cuts to completely change direction in short burst every step forward. Kinetic. Elusive. Frustrating. Short low rider, who leverages power, makes guy whiff, and shrugs hand grabs off like lice in a fan. Constant motion attacking forward. 

He is a great RB, who is not always great in pass pro. He will stand in front of the QB sometimes and hop around and not block anyone. When they run end arounds, he will lead the WR outside and give a hit the LB on Edge. He will turn and block the Edge rush and jam to hands into his chest as he jumps up. He will turn and grab the CB when his QB takes off. He will drop in the Draft because he is small half-hearted blocker for his quarterback. 

Runs behind his eyes. Smart runner. Terrific power runner on short yardage. He always seem to fall forward. Quick in pattern and can get open short outside. Hops forward with some explosion when he gets the ball. Great quick sudden bursts going side to side up the field makes him tough for defenders to target. 
Great runner with balance. He ran a Dive against Virginia on 2nd and 5, and got tripped by the QB. He stumbled on his feet and fell down over the magic yellow line. Great instant stop and straight arm to shove the blitzer to the ground, and then instant explosion forward to get five or six yard when he was caught dead to writes in the backfield. He has that extra burst and speed when he gets out in space. 

Ranked fifth in program history with 586 rushing attempts…2,874 rushing yards and 11 100-yard games were sixth on FSU’s all-time lists…206 points scored was sixth-highest total among non-kickers…34 touchdowns tied for sixth in program history…27 rushing touchdowns ranked seventh at FSU…ranked 12th all-time at FSU with 3,375 all-purpose yards…third Seminole in program history with multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons, joining Warrick Dunn and Dalvin Cook.
2019: Started all 11 games in which he appeared…rushed for 1,144 yards and 14 touchdowns on 231 carries…added 225 yards and four touchdowns on 30 receptions and was 4-for-6 passing for 50 yards…second-team All-ACC…tied for fourth on FSU’s single-season list with 18 touchdowns scored…ranked sixth on FSU’s single-season rushing yards list and seventh for single-season rushing touchdowns…tied for sixth with six 100-yard rushing games…1,369 all-purpose yards ranked 11th on FSU’s single-season list…one of seven players nationally with at least three touchdowns in three games during regular season in 2019…led ACC and ranked sixth in NCAA with average of 10.0 points per game…ranked second in ACC and 16th nationally in rushing touchdowns…average of 104.0 rushing yards per game was fourth in conference and 21st in NCAA…ranked fifth in ACC and 23rd in NCAA with average of 124.5 all-purpose yards per game…is only player in FSU history with at least four touchdowns and a 2-point conversion in the same game, numbers he hit in 35-17 win vs. Syracuse…rushed 20 times for 144 yards and school-record-tying four touchdowns in addition to 2-point conversion while also grabbing two receptions and completing 2-of-3 passes for 26 yards against Orange…26 points was second-highest single-season total in program history, most since 1968, and tied for seventh-highest total in FBS in 2019…earned ACC Running Back of the Week honors…rushed school-record 36 times for 193 yards and two touchdowns in addition to five receptions for career-best 55 yards and one score for career-high 248 all-purpose yards in 45-44 win vs. ULM…all-purpose yards total accounted for nearly half of FSU’s 501 total yards vs. Warhawks and helped garner ACC Running Back of the Week accolades…also was named ACC Running Back of the Week after rushing for 112 yards and three touchdowns with three receptions for 21 yards in 35-24 victory vs. Louisville…opened season with 116 yards and one touchdown on the ground and two catches for 12 yards vs. Boise State…rushed for 102 yards with season-long 50-yard touchdown and caught two passes at No. 8 Florida…only running back to eclipse 100 yards against Florida in Gainesville in 2019…gained 78 yards on the ground with three catches for nine yards and one score at No. 25 Virginia…rushed 17 times for 83 yards and one touchdown with two catches for 11 yards in 31-13 victory vs. North Carolina State…had 34 yards on nine carries at No. 2 Clemson…accounted for 199 all-purpose yards at Wake Forest behind 157 yards and one touchdown on 30 carries and 42 yards with one touchdown on four receptions…was 2-for-2 passing for 24 yards, caught three passes for 23 yards and one touchdown and had 66 yards rushing vs. Miami…rushed 18 times for 59 yards and one touchdown and added 49 yards on four receptions in 38-31 win at Boston College.

Second Choice: Akeem Davis Gaither LB

18.

82.

Cowboys

Defense: 4-3

Ashtyn Davis-  

FS California

6-1, 202, 9 3/8"Hand, 

30 1/2"Arm, 14 Reps, 

 

Tee Higgins

WR Clemson

 

Zack Baun

OLB Wisconsin

QB, WR, TE, DT, DB, DB, OLB, DL, DT, WR, CB, DB, TE, RB, 

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- Davis can play the Cover One Safety, better than anyone in this Draft. He does a good job following the QB and the QB’s eyes from Cover One. He is a good tackler of the WR, coming up from Cover One. They play him a lot in Cover One. Surprisingly good blitzer, and can rush the Corner, beat the OLT, and get to the QB. Good job charging forward through the WR and tackle the WR on the bubble screen. 
Good job covering the TE down the Seam. Good blitzer. Good hitter going downhill to the RB. If he can’t shoot a gap, he gets stuck on a blocker. Pure space player. Played more in box in 2018. When he is in space or finds a gap, and has great speed and aggression moving forward. 
He had his best season statistically last year. Improving player. He won J. Scott Duncan Award given to Cal’s Most Valuable Special Teams Player as a Freshman and Sophomore. He will make in instant impact as a rookie on special teams. 
Plays position well but doesn’t find the ball as much as you’d like. But he plays over the top a lot. He has to be the last line of defense. He can look better moving backwards than forwards sometimes. They give him a lot of responsibility Covering over the top, so the other 10 players can get over aggressive. He stays in front of the RB going deep. Good in run defense. Very disciplined. Smart. Understands scheme. Plays it right. 

Senior (2019): One of three finalists for the Burlsworth Trophy given annually to the nation's top player who began his collegiate career as a walk-on. Earned second-team midseason All-American honors from both Athlon Sports and The Athletic, while he was also a first-team All-Pac-12 selection of the Bay Area News Group and second-team choice of SB Nation. Started all 11 games he played in including each of the first 10 and the regular-season finale at UCLA but missed the Big Game at Stanford and Redbox Bowl vs. Illinois due to injury. Recorded a career-high 57 tackles to rank fourth on the team, two interceptions that he returned a team-high 31 yards, four pass breakups, six passes defended, a team-high two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. Fourth in the Pac-12 in per-game fumble recoveries (0.18) and 10th in forced fumbles per game (0.18). Led the team with seven kick returns and 149 kick return yards. Saw the only action of his career as a punt returner with two punt returns for 33 yards to total 213 all-purpose yards. Had a career-high-tying and season-high eight tackles both in the regular-season finale at UCLA as well as at Ole Miss, adding an interception and a career-high-tying 1.0 tackle for loss (-3 yards) on the final tackle of the contest on fourth-and-1 from the Cal two-yard line against the Bruins and a career-high-tying one pass breakup against the Rebels. Had seven tackles, an interception that he returned 31 yards and a career-high-tying one pass breakup at Oregon. Had six tackles on three occasions at Washington and against both North Texas and Washington State while adding a career-high-tying forced fumble against the Huskies, a career-high-tying one pass breakup against the Mean Green and a career-high-tying one fumble recovery against the Cougars. Had five tackles against both UC Davis and at Utah, adding a forced fumble and a fumble recovery on the same play against the Aggies to equal a career high in both. Registered three tackles against both Arizona State and Oregon State while adding a career-high-tying one pass breakup against the Beavers. Had a season-high-tying two kick returns against both Arizona State (season-high 48 yards) and UC Davis (44 yards). Had single kick returns at Washington (22 yards), against Arizona State (18 yards) and at Ole Miss (17 yards). Had one punt return for 19 yards against USC before leaving the game with an injury and one for 14 against Washington State. On the watch list for the Paul Hornung Award given to the nation's most versatile player. Earned honorable mention preseason All-American honors as a safety from Pro Football Focus. Selected first-team preseason All-Pac-12 as a safety by Athlon and Pro Football Focus. A second-team preseason All-Pac-12 choice of the league's media and a third-team pick by Lindy's as a safety. A second-team preseason All-Pac-12 of Athlon and Phil Steele pick as a kick returner. A weekly nominee for the Capital One Courage Award. The nation's second-ranked safety and No. 37 player overall in the 2020 NFL Draft class according to Dane Brugler of The Athletic. Saw limited action during the spring game and did not record any statistics other than participation but did participate fully in spring ball for the first time in his collegiate career with his collegiate track and field career having ended in the spring of 2018

Second Choice: Nick Coe DL

19.

83.

 

Broncos

Defense: 3-4

*Lloyd Cushenberry III-

OC LSU

6-3, 312, (O) 5.27,

 34.1"Arm, 25 Reps, 

10.3" Hand, 

 

Denzel Mims-

WR Baylor

 

Khalid Kareem

Edge Fighting Irish

 

Neville Gallimore

DT Oklahoma

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

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: That is what Cushenberry did at LSU last year in the SEC. He was the stone in the middle of the line that kept everything together. He has All-Pro potential. 
He played against the best and he dominated. He was the key to the LSU O-line. He is a clear cut Center, but he can play both OG positions as well. He does a good job ducking his head on the screen to look like he missed the block, and then getting all the way to the sideline 10-yards downfield to block the CB.
Consistent snapper. They run a shotgun offense that is very reliant on the snap. He is a solid wall right in the middle. He plays and stays low and does not get knocked back very often. He can get to the 2nd level and block the LB. When he gets a good burst, he can pancake the NT. Powerful. Balanced. Tough. Smart. Unflappable 
Great quick hands to snap the ball, and then get both hands up instantly into the NT’s shirt and stop him. Nice job extending his right hand after the snap to slow the NT into the ORG. Then grab the blitzer with his left hand, and stone him. He can get a hand on two defenders in pass pro as quick as anyone I’ve seen. 

He play as low as any OL in this Draft. When he gets his hands on the NT he stones him. He out leverages DTs consistently. Great job turning and bailing when a blitzer bursts through the hole on the other side of the OLG, and he can turn and take him out.

The Player: He is terrific on the trap block to turn either DT to the OG. I like this guy. He is an NFL Center. 
Combine
: Good feet shuffling back. Nice balance. Wide stance. I liked his work at the Combine. A little slow pulling. 

Second Choice: Nick Coe DE

20.

84.

Rams

Defense: 4-3

Bryce Hall

CB Virginia

6-1, 202, 

32 1/4" Arm, 11 Reps, 

 

Cesar Ruiz

OC Michigan

CB, OLT, OC, K, RB, CB, OLB/DE, DE, DT, WR, LB, OL, DB, DL, QB, 

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 O-line, and it all starts at Center. They have to get one or two starts on the O-line. 

The Player: Taken from Mother Of All Mocks- They need a CB. Hall was one of the best in the Draft before he was injured. Now we don’t know. He could be a steal in the 3rd if everything checks out. 
It’s funny when QB’s roll out to his side looking to throw, and always end up running. He can get overwhelmed by blockers at the point in the run game, sometimes. He will make the tackle when they run at him. He can set the edge and protect the flat in the run game. 
I don't want to imply that he is weak against the run at all. "Certainly on the back end of the defense you have got Hall, who has been a headliner for the last couple of years at the cornerback position," ND HC Brian Kelly said. "Really physical as a run stopper, blitzer. He’ll be a high pick in the NFL." He is great in the run game on the Edge, for a CB. But when a big blocker gets it right, he is still just a small corner. 
He has elite click and close. It is amazing to watch. They have him play Off more than I would like to see (I really need to see him in Press more;). So he is usually 5 to 10 yards away from the WR when the QB throws. They don't play a safety over the top of him, I mean ever. So he has to protect deep first.

So his truest elite skill is when the ball is thrown, even on comebacks, he plants that back foot and clicks forward with elite timing to arrive at the WR at the same time as the ball. It is amazing. He can be (don't judge me too harshly;) positively Revis like closing on the WR when the ball is in the air (before the injury). Now he has to run a 4.3 like Revis did. 
He was a great WR in high school.
"I think all those years playing receiver have helped with my understanding of what offenses are 

trying to do and with my ball skills," Hall said.  "They asked me during my official visit if I wanted to played receiver or corner, and I said either. I think he saw how I moved laterally and thought I would be a good fit at corner." Those ball skills clearly show up on Tape. 

His timing with the ball in the air is incredible. "He played WR and CB in high school. I think all those years playing receiver have helped with my understanding of what offenses are trying to do, and with my ball skills," Hall said. "They asked me during my official visit if I wanted to played receiver or corner, and I said either. I think he (coach) saw how I moved laterally and thought I would be a good fit at corner." He knows what WR's are trying to do.
He is another example of a BB type prospect. "Bryce Hall’s preparation started with interest and desire. He was anxious to learn, anxious to improve and anxious to perfect his skills," Virginia HC Bronco Mendenhall said. "Bryce shows up every day like he’s going to work. He’s there from morning to night between his classes. That’s not something everyone in our program does, but it provides a great example of what I’d like the future program to look like." He shows those WR instincts in coverage. 

The Reason: Getting a starter at OC can change the O-line. He can also play OG, if they need him to.

Second Choice: Alton Robinson DE/OLB

21.

85.

Lions

Defense: 4-3

 

Alton Robinson

Edge Syracuse

6-3, 246, (U) 4.69, 9'9"Br! 35.5"V, 7.08 3-C, 4.32 SS, 32.3"A, 25 Rep

 

*Jeff Okudah-

CB Ohio ST

 

*Jonathan Taylor

RB Wisconsin

 

*Donovan Peoples-Jones-

WR Michigan

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 overpaid for Flowers, who was really more of an inside rusher and stunter inside, and didn't really have that outside speed. Akwara is the other D-end. Patricia's D blitzed less than any other Defense last season. The result was not good. If they want to send the fewest rushers at the QB again next season? Then they need to get better rushers. 

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks- He has the get off and speed to arc to the QB. They were rushing him inside at the SB, and he didn’t look bad. He likes to use speed to power to try and pop the OLT back, and then spin inside. He has some flash in his dash. He needs to use his long arms better and more consistently. When he tries to get fancy he can flash but get stoned as well.

He is along armed Edgerusher, who needs to do what he does best. When he plays at arm’s length, he really looks good. Terrific job bursting inside, when lined up standing up, and gets to the RB running a dive on the other side of the OC. He has some good eyes and gets through traffic with some flash sometimes.

Good blast to get the outside shoulder of the OLT, and then great hands to slap the ORT as he turns the corner and smashes the QB off his feet. When he catches the OLT leaning, he can smack his hand off his shirt and knock him down. He might have the best hands rushing off the edge guys in this Draft. 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.

Rushes on the Strongside a lot. He can get outside and hit the WR on the bubble screen. He’ll rush from the Wide-9 to try and use his speed. He has some speed around the corner to pressure the QB. He will line up in Odd fronts and still rush outside the ORT.  

He can set the edge and knock the ORT to the ground. He can

get up field and slide back sideways watching the RB and grab him by the side. Big, strong, and athletic. Good get off. He can run by the ORT. Terrific burst up field. Good moving laterally on plays inside and away... 

Career Overview: Three-year starter at defensive end ... Joined the Orange during 2017 preseason camp and quickly moved into the starting lineup ... Two-time All-ACC selection, including earning second-team honors as a junior in 2018 ... Winner of Syracuse’s Tim Green Award as the team’s most outstanding defensive lineman in 2018 and 2019 ... Joined Arthur Jones (2007, 2009) and Chandler Jones (2010, 2011) as the only players in team history to win the award twice ... In 36 games (34 starts), had 115 tackles (72 solo) ... Finished his career No. 7 on Syracuse’s all-time sacks list with 19.5 and tied for No. 9 in team history with 32.5 tackles for loss ... Also recorded five forced fumbles, batted down five passes and recovered a pair of fumbles ... In 2018, teamed with Kendall Coleman to form the ACC’s No. 1 sack duo with 20 combined quarterback takedowns ... Both players had 10 sacks each ... Spent his freshman season at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, where he was one of the top junior-college pass rushers in the country ... Recorded two sacks for the North team in the 2020 Senior Bowl ... Attended the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine ... Three letters.
Senior Year (2019): Rated the No. 12 defensive end in the country and the best pass rusher in the ACC by Lindy’s ... All-ACC Honorable Mention choice ... Winner of the Tim Green Award as the team’s most outstanding defensive lineman for the second year in a row ... Started all 12 games for the second straight season ... Second among Orange defensive linemen with 46 tackles (23 solo) ... Tied for second on the squad in sacks (4.5) and ranked third in tackles for loss (9.5) ... Also credited with three pass breakups and one forced fumble on the season.

The Reason: Do I really need to say it again? Head Coaches who used to be Defensive Coordinators like to Draft defensive players, especially defensive players who have that knack for hitting the quarterback. According to Athlon Sports, they sent the least amount of rushers at the QBs last season. That has to change.

Second Choice: Jake Fromm QB

22.

86.

Bills

Defense: 4-3

Troy Pride Jr

CB Fighting Irish

5-11 1/2", 193, 

(U) 4.4, 4.26 Short Shuttle, 

9'11"Broad, 35.5"Vert,

30.5"Arm, 30 Reps

 

*JK Dobbins

RB Ohio State

WR, CB, OG, RB, CB, DT, OC, WR, TE LB, CB, LB, OG, Edge OLT, FS, LB, RB, WR

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: Pride has great feet at the LOS. Easy hips turning and running with the speedy WR. 

He can shut the slant down in the Endzone. Good pressure player. Easily glides half turned down the sideline running with the WR at full speed. Likes to turn and bail before the snap, open his hips, and move back smoothly. Shows good anticipation reading the WR. Struggles for nothing athletically. Smart. Disciplined. Leader. He does not have great ball skills. Plays the man not the pass.

Could be tougher. Glides in front of the RB downfield, as a last resort tackler, but shows no signs of interest in tackling the RB. He will make the tackle when the RB gets through to him. Excellent form tackler. He can hit through the RB with his shoulder pads. But is not going to attack forward when he reads run. 

Nice job turning and bailing while looking back at the QB in his pedal. He is not a glass eater, but will get to the middle of the field infront of the RB, and can make the tackle if he has too. Very quick CB. Doesn’t buy fakes. He can run with the speed guys outside. He can force the WR to the sideline, where there is no room to throw into. Plays with perfect technique. 
Senior Bowl: He had an INT at the SB playing over the top. He made a ton of money at the SB. I’m not sure how he gets out of Day Two. Good ball skills. Doesn’t always show great hands, and will body catch the easy INT. I didn’t think he looked like a top prospect this season. Amazing smooth mover. Good in finesse press. He has some snap in his hips. Very finesse player. 

He was terrific in coverage. He shut guys down. He was physical and fast in coverage. He was instinctual and smart. I think he has a shot in the 2nd after the Combine. He really looks the part, and he really played the part at the SB. Great quick feet. Great hips. Great snap in his hips. 

As smooth as any CB turning and running with the WR. He was great in SB practices. I didn’t think he played that well at Notre Dame. I have to watch some more Tape of him. He has some snap in his hips. He seemed like the only guy who could cover the North WRs in practice at the SB.

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: Reggie Robinson CB

23.

87.

Patriots

Defense: 2-5

*Jake Fromm

QB Georgia

 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

 

*Justin Jefferson

WR LSU

QB, TE, WR, FS, TE, OLG, WR, OLB, DT, OLB, QB, DE, OT, WR, DL, OL, DL, DB

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

Joe Thuney OLG

Danny Vitale FB/ST

Beau Allen DT

Brandon Copeland OLB/DE

Devin McCourty FS

Adrian Phillips ST/SS/LB

Key F.A.: 
Phillip Dorsett WR
Maurice Harris WR

Dontrelle Inman WR

Benjamin Watson TE

Key F.A. Lost:

Tom Brady (gulp)

Ted Karras OC

Danny Shelton DT

Kyle Van Noy OLB

Jamie Collins OLB

Elandon Roberts LB

Nate Ebner ST

The Team: When Fromm can throw fast and dink and dunk he looks like a legit NFL QB. His arm is the question, but he can throw it accurately 40 yards down field. He was great early against Baylor. He was catching and throwing as quick as I’ve seen. Fromm did a great job against Baylor with a lot of his Senior players not playing. Then things went bad in the 2nd half in a big way. 

I was thiiisss close to giving Fromm to the Pats here but went with a TE. Then I gave him to the Saints at 88. Because I was worried about losing Albert-O. Then I opened up the The Mother of all Mocks, and there he was going to the Pats at Pick 47, after they traded down with Atlanta. So there was more a review of Fromm, if he went to the Pats a pick 87 like I planned to do. 

But I had already went on the rant about the Pats needing to "Decimate for Dexter." And as I read it, I convinced myself that I was right to give him to the Pats. 

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: They need a 1st Round WR and a 1st Round TE. But sitting on the Board right here right now are: Denzel Mims, Michael Pittman Jr, KJ Hamler, Van Jefferson, Tyler Johnson, Collin Johnson, Chase Claypool, Bryan Edwards, James Proche, Gabriel Davis, Donovan People-Jones, and my favorite WR in this Draft (This was when I had the Pats trading down from 23 with Atlanta for two 2nds, very early in the Draft process. But Atlanta traded one of their 2nds). That is why it is folly to take a WR in the 1st when you can have your choice of a long list of dudes on Day Two, and could pick another late on Day Three, like James Proche. 

So the Pats need more than just a 1st Round WR. That is why they will trade out of pick 23. They traded down into the 2nd to get into range to pick up a top TE and a top slot-WR to help an old Brady or a young Stidham (and/or Fromm;). The Pats offense completely fell apart last year. With the O-line decimated, no legit NFL TE on the roster, and a WR-corps that fell apart due to injury, age, and incompetence. 

Now Brady is threatening to blow up the Dynasty. BB is not as good without Brady, Brady is not as good without BB, and Kraft will never be as good an owner if one or both of them leave. 

Their greatness is as a Triumvirate. When they split it will be like Pompey, Crassus, and Julius Caesar tearing the Roman world apart. When one goes Rome will burn. So will they hold it together for a year or two, or will Cleopatra tear down the walls of Foxboro. So they have to start preparing for the inevitable fall of Rome. 

Taking a clutch QB like Fromm here, and stashing him for a year or two is going to be cheap, efficient, and might pay off big in a couple of year. Stidham and Fromm could compete to hopefully rebuild the walls after they have been torn down by the egos of the Triumvirate. 

Fromm is the guy everyone kept underestimating, like Brady, and he just kept winning. If Rome is burning BB is going to need more than Stidham to save our souls. Fromm showed that clutch at Georgia that Brady showed at Michigan when finally given a chance. 

Stidham was inconsistent in the big games. Now, Stidham is the first choice to replace Brady. He will win in the Regular season, but he can win the Playoffs? I don’t know? Maybe Fromm can? I don’t know? I do know that you have to take more than one shot at replacing a GOAT. 

If Brady leaves they are going to have to pick up another QB. They can wait until late or take a swing here. I traded down to take a WR here (like Aiyuk, but he ain’t gonna last until 47;). This a good spot to pick up a WR or a TE. 

But you don’t have an NFL Franchise if you don’t have a QB. I think it might be time to remind the Triumvirate of that. When they trade down from 23 (which they will do if Love is not on the Board), then they have to take Fromm here if he is on the Board. Low risk, high reward pick. 

Just like Stidham last year. And I’m not saying Stidham isn’t the man. I like Stidham. He looked like he was developing into an NFL starter last year in the preseason. He was excellent. He will be much better in the preseason this year. I just think that two lottery tickets are better than one. 

I desperately do not want to go back, oh God help us, to the Sullivan Patriots. When the Triumvirate is broken, Rome will burn like Michael Jackson in a Pepsi commercial (look that one up if you don’t get the wise-assery, because Jackson burning luckily led to the fall of the Sullivan’s in Foxboro and the sale of the Patriots to Bob). 

Fromm showed more clutch in the SEC than Stidham. That is really the only reason he is here. He is not a cannon armed QB like Stidham. His question is, is his arm strong enough to be a clutch QB in the NFL? But if they pick up Fromm, suddenly they’ve got two of the best QBs from the SEC over the past few years (unfortunately 3 and 4;). 

The Pats struck gold in Arizona last year. Now they look to double down, in hopes that N’Keal can help his former teammate Aiyuk adjust quicker to life in the NFL than he did last year. The Pats need to find out if they were friends, or just teammates, or didn’t get along at all. Because if they were friends, than Harry can help him adjust to life in Foxboro, the NFL, and the Pats. 
However, Aiyuk is getting a lot of love. He has been inching closer and closer to the 1st. If the Pats want him they will have to stick at 23 and bite the bullet. BB doesn’t like to take WRs in the 1st Round. Though they did take a WR in the 1st last year. Which was the first sign they had a disastrous WR situation that most of us missed. And it all went downhill from there. 
But, Aiyuk is as dynamic with the ball in his hands as Harry and appears to be faster on Tape. He is a much better punt returner than Harry. His best game last year was against Oregon ST, where he garnered 10 catches for 173 yards and a TD. He garnered 1,192-yards and 8 TDs off of 86 catches, with a freshman QB. Granted the freshman QB was better last year than the Senior QB who threw to him and Harry was in 2018. The scary thing is that they are as desperate for a number one WR and a number one TE as they were last year. Only this time we all know it before the Draft. 
However, the Pats might actually be more desperate at QB than WR and TE combined. So they might have to go QB here. There are a ton of WRs in this Draft, and likely starters will still be around on Day Three. And my favorite WR in this Draft is likely to go in the 3rd. So they can wait on WR and TE here and take a chance on a weak armed clutch QB here. 

He has some speed to pick up the first when he takes off. His receivers dropped a lot of passes last season and really hurt him in some big games (his WRs last year were the worst I've at Georgia in years, maybe ever). He is so patent in the pocket waiting for his guys to get open and hits them in stride. 
Great ball placement and accuracy. Nice job moving in the pocket and keeping his eyes downfield. When he gets hot, he can hit the outside WR in stride for the 1st. His arms seemed stronger this year against LSU. He is great throwing to the TE. Get him a good TE in the NFL and watch him grow. 
Fromm was seen more as a big play QB. He doesn’t have Brady’s arm. Dude has everything you want in a QB, except the arm. He has the smarts. The quick mind. The nerve to stand in front of the rush. The touch and ball placement that helps his WRs. 
Calm, Cool, and collected. Throws with great touch and accuracy. Reads the Defense quick and knows where to go fast. Great courage in the pocket. He played with terrible inexcusable WRs last season and it showed. Then they started getting hurt and the season was over. 
Consistently comes through in the clutch. That alone makes him draftable. Throws a very catchable ball. Unflappable in pressure. Plays better when it counts the most. He makes the big throw at the big time. He led Georgia to a Rose Bowl, two Sugar Bowls, and National Championship Game. 
He beat Oklahoma in a double Overtime game as a freshman, to get to the Champ Game. Then they lost to Alabama in an overtime Champ Game, when Fromm got sacked on 3rd down and couldn’t get the 1st down. They kicked the FG, and Alabama Scored a TD to win 26-23. 

The Player: Fromm is a big time QB, with a ton of experience in the SEC. He still has that clutch thing on 3rd downs. I watch the Notre Dame game twice as I broke down the Tapes on Okwara and then Kareem. And he was sensational in that game, and I decided to give him to the Pats in the 3rd. He has to throw quick and led his receiver, because of his arm strength. And his ball placement in that game was as good as I've see. 

He put the ball wherever he wants it. Elite touch. Elite accuracy. Elite winner. 29 and 6 starting at Georgia, going into Florida. He will under throw the ball when he is airing it out. He has to let it rip more. He is so calm and in control in the pocket. He knows when to throw the ball away.

No one loves the back shoulder fade more than Fromm. He can do that in the NFL. Great job placing the ball on the correct shoulder, where only his guy can catch it. He has that knack for turn instantly and finding the open guy when a rusher breaks free to hit him. 

He doesn’t have great NFL size, or a Great NFL arm, but he seems to have everything else. He can throw the perfect pass to his big WR running down the sideline. He throws with great anticipation. His arm looks a little stronger this season. He is so good at reading the defense, and throwing to the right guy. He is a bit of a dink and dunker, and many think his transition to the NFL won’t be a good one, but I’d take a chance on him in the 3rd.

The Reason: Jake Fromm could certainly add some chaos to the QB room, which could help the Patriots achieve zero Wins next season as they Decimate for Dexter. I don't think the Pats will Draft a QB in this Draft. But if Fromm is still somehow on the Board (arm)? It will be very difficult for Belichick to pass on him. The Pats will Redshirt him next season, and if worse come to worse and they are successful Decimating for Dexter than they can trade him or Stidham without a worry. To be continued...

Second Choice: Antonio Gandy-Golden WR

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2020:

04/03 Colby Parkinson- Not Just An H-Back.

04/03 Devin Asiasi- Not My Favorite TE In The Draft, But Pretty Damn Close.

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 AJ 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 Tua Tagovailoa- Could be 1st Pick Part II.

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

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

2019:

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.

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:

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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

BLOOD RED COMMIE DICTATOR OF AMERICA

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"

BECAUSE THEY DON'T KNOW HOW TO DO IT!

THE CORRUPT TRUMP ADMINISTRATION IS

SO INCOMPETENT THAT MILLIONS 

ARE GOING TO DIE NEEDLESSLY BECAUSE

THEY ARE 

MENTALLY INCAPABLE OF ENACTING

THE DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT!

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