2019 Player Ratings:

Part II (2nd Round)

Updated 01/2020

This isn't really a Player Rating yet. It's just the beginning of a long Draft process. This is more about getting the form of the Player Ratings than anything accurate. This is pre-Senior Bowl and Combine.So any delusion that is in any way accurate is your delusion not mine. 

Some reluctant leftovers, I just don't see an RB going in the 1st in this Draft:


Name-HT, WT, 40, Vert, (U)- Unofficial, S- 10 Yard Split,




Josh Jones- 6-7, 310, #74



01/2018: Playing In Senior Bowl:  

He is not the best run blocker. He runs down field a lot without blocking or attempting to block a defender on the 1st or 2nd level. He is slow off the snap sometimes and misses blocks. But he gets in range, He starts slowly in game. He can give a great hit to the rusher. Good kickslide. He needs to tighten it up a little. Like a lot of college kids, he too often keeps his hands low and wide. 

"Everybody coming in to play Division 1 football was some kind of leader in high school, but when I came in as a freshman, I wasn't ready to lead at this level," Jones said. "We had amazing captains like Kenneth Farrow and Elandon Roberts, and when you're not one, you just want to take stuff from each guy you see as a leader."

He can pull all the way across the line and take out the blitzing Safety with head shaking impact. He is a little clucky in his kickslide, but man, he gets there. Sometimes I swear he slows a little to let the DE catch up. When the DE catches up, he give a great initial hit. Heavy hitter moving backwards. He will shuffle back, and give up the inside move to the power rusher. Elite athlete at OLT. 

"You have to make sure you’re always working, because guys are always looking, Make sure you do the right thing, make sure they see you doing the right thing. So they can do the right thing," Jones said. "I feel like this is what the team needed. Not just somebody to be vocal, but to be there every day, pushing everybody to get better. That’s what the seniors did for me when I got here, and I want to follow that example. That example led to a Peach Bowl."

D-ends do tend to run away from him. He has great range running across and down field. He is clearly a gifted athlete. He is athletic enough to get out to the sideline and destroy the CB in space. They like to line up at TE outside of him. He can drive the DE back 20-yards, off the double team from the TE. Amazing grace and agility getting to the 2nd level and knocking the LB back five yards. 

TMIWHTMILH! I now think he is a 1st Round pick. 

Awards: 2019 Athlon Sports Preseason American Athletic Conference Second Team. 2018 Athlon Sports Preseason American Athletic Conference Second Team. 2017 Athlon Preseason American Athletic Conference Fourth Team.
2018: Started 13 games at left tackle ... was a part of front that didn’t allow a sack against Rice, Arizona, Texas Southern, Tulsa or Navy ... blocked for an offense that finished the season ranked fifth nationally in scoring offense (43.9 points per game), seventh in total offense (512.5 yards per game), 16th passing offense (295.5 yards per game) and 24th in rushing offense (217.1 yards per game).



*Jalen Reagor- 5-11, 195, #1



Right now the Colts have two 2nd Round picks: 34 and 44. Which is not too much for pick 23. 

01/2020: Teams can slow him for a while, but then he catch the deep one over the top. Smart returner who is not afraid to fair catch. He is so good at getting open inside on the double move. I really like the way he runs patterns. He can get slowed on the out and up by the big CB. He has such a great get off. He can get three yards infront of the inside WR, after only ten yards. 

He is a pure speed guy. Small and explosive in pattern. He will go as high as his Forty at the Combine will allow. He doesn't really block. But he gets over the top of defenses with impressive consistency. Catches everything. He is small with small hands and body catches sometimes, but I never saw him drop a pass. 
He is so smooth flying downfield. He makes the 62-yard TD catch look easy. I’m not sure there is a better compliment than that. He has great hands. Great balance reaching way out in front of him at full speed to snag the pass high and outside. He has some great speed on inside release. He knows how to get the inside shoulder of the CB on the release, when he wants to break inside after 10-yards. He is not a one-year wonder:

2018 SOPHOMORE: Voted by his teammates as TCU’s Dan Rogers Most Valuable Player … the first wide receiver to win the award since Cory Rodgers in 2004 … his team-best 72 receptions and 1,061 yards receiving both ranked second for a season in TCU history … 44 of his 72 catches (61.1 percent) went for a first down or touchdown … led the Big 12 in percentage of his team's receptions at 30.1 (72-of-239), the highest mark by a Horned Frog in the 18-season tenure of head coach Gary Patterson … his team-best nine touchdown catches, which tied for the fifth-best season total in TCU history, moved him into a tie for third on the Horned Frogs’ career list with 17 in just two seasons … set a TCU record with a touchdown catch in seven consecutive games … it was the second TD streak of at least five games in his career, only Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon (3) had more in Big 12 history … became the first wide receiver in TCU and Big 12 history to top 100 yards rushing (121) and 90 receiving (91) in the 31-24 victory over Oklahoma State … was the sixth FBS player since 1996 to accomplish the feat and the first Power 5 wide receiver since Dexter McCluster for Ole Miss in 2009 … totaled 233 all-purpose yards (121 rushing, 91 receiving, 21 kickoff returns) and two touchdowns in the game.

9.7 Production


*Terrell Lewis- 6-5, 252, Rs-Jr, #24



01/2018: Playing In Senior Bowl

They will have him spy the QB rather than all out rush at the end of halves sometimes. He hurt his shoulder grabbing the QB on a run against Auburn. He is a great athlete, but he can still look more athlete than Football player. But he is tough and twitchy, When he sees it he gets there. 

LSU: He has an explosive inside move that can break the ORT’s ankle. When he gets aggressive, he can destroy blockers. He can be a beast in short yardage in run defense. Great explosive inside move to panic the QB out of the pocket. He has such a great get off. He can be past the ORT before he can get his hands up. He was knocking OLs onto their butts all game with speed to power. I don’t know what he did, but if he plays like that he is going to be a great one. 

Redshirt Junior (2019): One of the top pass-rushing threats in the country ... will not participate in the Citrus Bowl ... selected to the All-SEC second team by the league coaches ... tied for fifth among SEC defenders with 11.5 tackles for loss (-53 yards) ... eighth in the conference with six sacks (-40 yards) ... added a team-high 16 quarterback pressures to go with his 31 total tackles ... also contributed two pass breakups and a fumble recovery to his season totals ... selected to the Butkus Award Watch List ... named one of the Alabama coaching staff’s defensive players of the week for his play at Texas A&M and against Tennessee and Arkansas.  

9.7 Production


43. *Xavier McKinney- 6-1, 200, #15



Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: He will line up in the slot to cover the RB. He is sticky on the RB. Then he will play Cover One on the next play. Better versatility than you would think for a Strong Safety. Looks more comfortable in Cover Two. Excellent eyes when everything is in front of him. He is good in deep coverage, especially with a half field read. He can turn and run and stay over the top of the outside WR going down the sideline. Underrated speed, for a Safety. 
He is not a CB. But he can make himself known in coverage. He had 10 PBUs and two interceptions last season. Which are great numbers for a Strong Safety. He can be a force against the run. He garnered 73 tackles and 6 TFLs for minus 44 yards and 3 sacks for minus 40-yards. last season. He is a clutch player that Alabama relied on late in games. He was named Defensive MVP of the Orange Bowl this year. 

He also had a Pick-Six against Mississippi. He is a great tackler. He doesn’t miss tackles. He will go into deep Off from Cover Two, when they blitz the Nickel off the Corner. He won’t stop the quick throw to the Slot WR, but he will tackle him instantly. Nice blitzer who can hit the QB. He will get confused in who he is supposed to cover sometimes when they motion a WR to his side. He wants to do too much sometimes and gets lost in the middle, between the TE and the RB or slot WR. 

He does good job making himself known in the run game. Flies up fast with prejudice. He can slam past the tight end and find the RB behind him. He is underrated in coverage and great in the run game. It is his ability as a SS in coverage that could slip him into the 1st. Teams still need Box Safeties, who can cover TE, H-backs, and big WRs. They also need safeties who can cover RB’s out of the backfield. Take on blocks from the TE and still get to the RB. 
o burst outside of him, and spin back with incredible COD and agility and seal the DT outside with his long arms. 

Junior (2019): Earned second team All-America accolades from the AFCA, The Sporting News and Walter Camp ... selected as a third team All-American at safety by the Associated Press and Pro Football Focus ... named to the All-SEC first team by the league coaches and the Associated Press ... finished 10th in the SEC in tackles with 95 across his 13 games ... Tide’s leader in tackles, including 5.5 for loss (-40 yards) and three sacks (-21 yards) ... totaled a league-high and team-high four fumbles to tie for second in Alabama single-season records ... added three interceptions (78 yards) to go with five pass breakups and five quarterback hurries as a junior ... returned one of his interceptions for an 81-yard touchdown ... named a semifinalist for the Thorpe Award, presented annually to the nation’s top defensive back ... added to the Bednarik Award Watch List following the Tennessee matchup and was a semifinalist for the award .... tabbed to ESPN’s Midseason All-America Team ... selected as a Second Team Preseason All-American by Athlon, CBS Sports and The Sporting News ... also named to the Jim Thorpe Award Watch List ... selected as one of the Alabama coaching staff’s defensive players of the week for his play against Duke, New Mexico State, Southern Miss, Ole Miss, Texas A&M, LSU, Western Carolina and Auburn.



*Jonathan Taylor- 5-11, 219, #3-  



01/2018: He is such a smooth runner. He looks like he is just gliding up the middle, and then you see the guys who can’t keep up and have to dive at his feet are some of the best DBs in the Draft. He has serious chance of going in the 1st. He is so tough on screens. Great weapon. Not a sprinter. He is a legit NFL RB. Guys bounce off his thighs. 

"As impressive as JT’s accomplishments have been on the field, I have been even more impressed by how he has done it. He will rightly be discussed as one of the best running backs in college football history," Wisconsin HC Paul Chryst said. "But what I will remember most about being around him is how he handled himself and how much he cared about his teammates. He is truly humble, always working to get better and cares a ton about this program. He gave everything he had to maximize his opportunity in college and I wish him all the best as he moves into the NFL."

He runs with excellent power, and always seems to fall forward. Fastest player to reach 5,000-yards in FBS. He got to over 6,000- this year. It is amazing how many times he uses his quickness to make guys miss. He has elite speed, because he is a sprinter, but he is not straight-linish like most sprinters. This guy has amazing quickness bursting and exploding to either side. 
"There's nothing disappointing in being able to coach Jonathan, You want everything for him, you know what I mean?," Wisconsin HC Joe Rudolph said. "And you want all those things for him to experience because you know what type of kid he is and the type of player he is. But I know where his heart is in all of it. And he couldn't be more excited about how he was recognized and he can't be more excited to shine the light and recognize his teammates."
Honors and Awards: 2019: Doak Walker Award winner, Walter Camp Player of the Year finalist, Maxwell Award semifinalist, Lombardi Award semifinalist, unanimous first-team All-America (AFCA, AP, FWAA, Sporting News, Walter Camp), Ameche-Dayne Big Ten Running Back of the Year, first-team All-Big Ten (consensus), 4-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week

2018: Doak Walker Award winner, Maxwell Award semifinalist, Walter Camp Player of the Year semifinalist, unanimous first-team All-America (AFCA, AP, FWAA, Sporting News, Walter Camp), Ameche-Dayne Big Ten Running Back of the Year, first-team All-Big Ten (consensus), New Era Pinstripe Bowl MVP, 2-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week, Academic All-Big Ten. 

9.8 Passing Game


25. *D'Andre Swift- 5-9, 215, , #7



Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: He is a phenomenal RB. I like him as an RB, but in the SEC Champ game he really showed his speed against Alabama. I didn’t know he had that speed. Terrific receiver out of the backfield. He is also stronger than he looks. 
He can catch the ball over his head flying out of the backfield. Terrific 3rd down back. He is such a great check down for Fromm. When there is nothing, he dumps it off to Swift every time. He is a guy who can change an offense as a rookie. 

He the speed outside to turn the corner and hurt the defense. He is a very good receiver out of the backfield. Great receiver out of the backfield. He has great hands to catch it from every angle. He doesn’t struggle with anything athletically. 
He can really make guys miss. Great quicks and instincts. He knows when he has to get out of bounds on the final drive. Nice job in the passing game on the check down, and getting out of bounds in the two-minute drill. Terrific cut blocker in pass pro. Nice job catching the short pass in the slot. He can make the first guy miss after catching the ball out of the backfield.
He has some great quicks, and makes the deadly cuts that makes guys miss. Terrific job picking up the LB in the gap in pass pro, and can stone him cold. He looks like a power runner, but he has some speed, and can catch anything thrown to him. Very impressive in the 

passing game blocking and receiving. His only real negative has been injury. 

FLA 2018: He is a fast back who run low and mean and knows how to strangle the ball as he goes through the line. He knows when to lower his head for a cloud of dust. He is a good slasher right up the middle. Terrific cutting back on the Counter to make more than one defender miss. Then he is sprinting down field. He does good job making himself known in the run game. 

He gives good effort in blocking. He looks to pick up the ILB and stay on his trail until he reaches him. They like to put him in front of the QB and he does a great job picking up the inside blitzer. He takes pass pro very seriously. Then he’ll fake pass pro and sneak outside.

9.8 RB


Tyler Johnson- , 6-2, 200, #6 



Right now the Dolphins have two 2nd Round picks: 39 and 56. Which are not very likely to be traded to the Pats for pick 23 (call me crazy;).

01/2020: He was the best WR running Slants inside to get open for production. He has such great speed after the catch to get outside and turn upfield with half the defense in front of him. He is so slippery running after the Slant. Terrific runner after the catch. Excellent hands to catch passes at full speed. 

"Coach Fleck is a heck of a coach. Him being able to be around the receivers because he played receiver in the past, it's basically like having two coaches in one room," Johnson said. "Coach Fleck and Coach Simon. If one doesn't say something, the other one will say it even better, something like that. Just being able to hear and be around him all the time, know and understand what he's doing and why he's doing it, has definitely been helpful."
Fearless over the middle. He lines up in the slot a lot, and can physically get through the DB to get inside and make the catch with his hands. He is a bit controversial. Some love him, some definitely don't. When I watched him, especially against Auburn, he was great. He has some clutch in him, and played his best against an SEC team, in the Playoff. He also had 6 catches for 147 yard and a TD against Wisconsin. 

"(His improvement) from when he got here through year one was astronomical. And then from year one to the end of year two was astronomical," Minny HC PJ Fleck said. "Now what you’re going to start to see in his play is the small details. The small integral parts of the game. Now he’s polishing his game. He was building his game the first two years, now he’s polishing."
He can get open deep in pattern. Love the way he climbs the ladder in front of two DBs to grab the high deep pass. He had an impossible one handed catch in the back of the Endzone against Auburn in the Outback Bowl. He reached up with one hand, and extended it way out of bounds and tipped it back to himself, as one foot hit an inch in front of the end of the Endzone, and then grabbed the ball with one hand. Just as good a TD catch, against a great defense, as you will ever see. 
He has good size and hands. "I think he’s become a tremendous leader for this football team. I think he’s really opened up. I think his personality is showing a lot more. I think he believes in himself a lot more.” Fleck said. "I think he’s becoming confident as a leader and that’s what we need out of him. It’s rubbing off on all of our wide receivers because they’re playing at a high level right now." His forty time at the Combine will determine how high he can go.

CAREER: Played in 49 games and made 213 career catches (second in school history) for 3,305 yards (first in school history) and 33 touchdowns (first in school history) • caught a pass in 36 straight games, which is the second longest streak in school history • had 16 career 100-yard games, which is a school record • had seven 100-yard receiving games in 2019, which is a school record • tied a school record in 2018 with four straight 100-yard receiving games (became first Gopher ever to notch four consecutive 100-yard receiving games in conference play) • set single-season school records in 2019 for receptions (86), receiving yards (1,318) and receiving touchdowns (13) • had three career games (2019 Georgia Southern, 2018 Miami, Ohio and 2017 Michigan State) with three receiving touchdowns, which is a school record • only receiver in school history to have two 1,000 yard seasons (2018 and 2019).
2019 SENIOR SEASON: Started all 13 games and set single-season program records for receptions (86), receiving yards (1,318) and receiving touchdowns (13) • had seven 100-yard games, averaged 101.4 receiving yards per game and caught a touchdown in the final.



13. *Jake Fromm,  6-2, 220, #11



Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: He reads it so fast that it is tough to sack him. He has an NFL QB mind. He has the arm. He can throw it 50-yards down field. He was remarkable in the SEC Champ game showing the clutch gene that all NFL QB’s need. 
He has the mental ability to play quarterback in the NFL. “I really like Jake Fromm,” an anonymous coach told Lindy sports. “He’s an NFL-style quarterback: cerebral, can run better than people think, very accurate thrower. If you gave me one quarterback in this League to pick, he’d be the guy. He makes some bad throws and he has struggled picking up different coverages, but he’s talented.” 
He is just so smooth and in control. Fromm was near perfect in the 1st half of the SEC Champ game. He plays better in Bowl Games. Big time clutch guy. He can really throw the great touch pass down the sideline that leads to the TD. Love his arm. He is just so smooth and in control. Mentally he has it. 
“He’s got to be explosive in the passing game, which we need some help from the wideouts to do that,” Georgia HC Kirby Smart said. “To be the guy in the locker room who demands a little more excellence on both sides of the ball and special teams. I think he can do so many things from a leadership standpoint and a confidence 

standpoint. When you’ve done it at a high level for two years and have a chance to do it again, you ought to have more impact on the people around you and that’s what we’re trying to get him to do.”

He is a clutch thrower. He just wouldn’t let Alabama close the game. With throw after throw in the clutch. He has that thing that you look for mentally. It is all physical and size for him. I love how he gets it out quick. He lofts up a great long ball. He will step out in front of the RB and block on the option run, not smart. He will stare down his number one WR too much sometimes. 

“I think Jake’s doing a great job. I think we’ve got some more quarterback guys around him with Coley working with him. He’s excited about that," Smart said. "For him, it’s been a transition through the coordinator position where he’s kind of a sponge, he’s got more of an opinion now. He understands what we’re trying to do offensively. Any time you’ve got a three-year starter he can give you input on things he likes about the offense, things he dislikes and things he thinks he can be successful. That input is helpful, it’s always helpful.” 
He will two step in the pocket and throw instantly. He has such nice balance in pedal moving back. He is a pure shotgun QB, but he will run play-action and hit the TE down the seam. He doesn’t always sell the play action enough, but I love how he throws it quick and accurate off the play-action. He can throw it on a rope 30-yards down field to the WR’s hands...
2019: One of four permanent team captains...his 8,224 career passing yards rank fourth on UGA’s all-time list...his 78 career TD passes put him in second place on UGA’s all-time list...ranks 4th and 5th, respectively, on UGA's lists of career completions and attempts...named a Davey O’Brien “Great 8” and a Manning Award “Star of the Week” after the Florida game, when he went 20-for-30 for 279 yards and two TDs...also earned Manning Award “Star of the Week” recognition after he completed 24 of 29 passes for 288 yards and two TDs in win at Tennessee...started all 14 games and completed 234 of 385 passes (60.8%) for 2860 yards and 24 TDs...named one of three team captains for the Vanderbilt, Notre Dame, Kentucky, Florida, Auburn and LSU games...one of 20 semifinalists for the third annual Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year...named to the 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team...named to pre-season watch lists for Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, Walter Camp Player of the Year, and Allstate Sugar Bowl Manning Award...Athlon Sports Preseason All-America Fourth Team...Preseason All-SEC Second Team Offense by media...one of three Bulldogs to earn spots on the 2019 CoSIDA Academic All-District Team...won two awards at team’s post-season awards gala: Vince Dooley Offensive MVP (co-winner) and Community Service Award.

9.6 QB, 



*Anfernee Jennings- 6-3, 262, #33



09/2018: Playing In Senior Bowl:

When he is lined up at OLB: he can take on the TE, make the FB miss, and grab the RB trying to get outside. He always seemed to be pushing the TE back on the edge, and then slicing inside and grabbing or hitting the RB as he slashed inside of him. I love how he kept going, even when the RB got by him. He will turn and chase, and grab the RB from behind and help his DLs bring him down.

"He had a fantastic game [against Clemson in playoffs]," Saban said. "I think everybody was responsible for this victory because everybody took ownership for it. Everybody took ownership for their role, whether it was a kickoff cover team or the defense. But Anfernee Jennings certainly played an outstanding game."
He can stack and shed the ORT at the point, and grab the RB's feet behind the LOS. He has a great straight arm jam with his inside arm that can turn the blocker. He does not let RBs get outside of him on the Edge. Nice job holding the point, and sending the RB inside. 

He miss the Champ Game after he hurt his knee against Clemson. "He has a sprained knee," Saban said. "We don’t know what his status will be for the next game." 
He will line up on either side standing up and with his hand in the dirt. When he put his hand down, he got doubled a lot. He needs to be a little slipperier in 2018 in the rush. Nice hand fighter on the edge, but he has to shed a little quicker. Explosive up field burst in the rush set him apart for me. He needs another move off speed to power in the rush. 

"We basically have Anfernee and Christian Miller, who have been starters around here," Saban said. "Past that, we have Ben Davis and two freshmen. That's basically what we have. If we had more inside linebackers, Josh McMillon could play the position. But I'm not sure we could afford to move him. So we're very thin at those two positions right now."

He does a great job not letting blockers grab his shirt. He is exceptional at using his hands to keep OLs hands off his shirt. When they let him explode off the snap, he is three yards into the backfield before the other DLs can shed a block. Terrific inside move on stunt. He has to turn talent into production this year.  

9.7 Production


Bradlee Anae- 6-3, 265, #6



12/2019: Playing In Senior Bowl:

He can get quiet. Then win the hand fight and slap the OLT into a stumble, and go and sack the QB. He is a terrific and relentless hand fighter. He can burst up field and get behind the QB, and when he takes off sack him, and piss the OLT off so he shoves him after the play for another negative 15. Nice job moving inside and stopping the power RB cold at the line. They like to have him spy a lot against running QBs. 

He would have more Sacks if they let him rush more. But he does a great job spying. He does a good job jamming the TE at the line, and not letting him get into pattern. He does a good job using his hands. He can get leverage on the TE and drive inside to the RB on the Dive. They will play him out in a Wide-9, and he will break inside, rip through the OLT and the OLG. He sacked the UCLA QB on the Goal line play on 3rd down. He has some impressive quicks and has some clutch in him.

UTAH: 2019 consensus All-American … 2019 Morris Trophy winner … two-time first-team all-conference defensive end (2018-19)… led the Utes in sacks three seasons (2017-19) … 29.5 career sacks is tied for the Utah school record and ranks fourth among active FBS players … school-record 209 sack yards ranks third among active FBS players … third among active FBS players and holds the school record for TFL yards (244) … fourth all-time in school history and 10th among active FBS players in total TFL (41.0) … six career forced fumbles is tied for eighth all-time at Utah and tied for 19th among active FBS players … 37 career starts over 46 games played.
2019: Utah's ninth consensus All-American after earning first-team honors from Walter Camp, FWAA, Sporting News and AFCA and named Associated Press third team … also earned first-team All-America honors from Bleacher Report, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Phil Steele and USA Today and second-team honors from The Athletic and CBS Sports … first-team All-Pac-12 … defensive winner of the Morris Trophy, given to the most outstanding defensive lineman as selected by the league's starting offensive linemen … finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award and Polynesian Player of the Year … semifinalist for the Lombardi and Bednarik Awards … started all 13 games at left end … tied for seventh in FBS (second Pac-12) with 12.5 sacks (0.96 sacks per game), which ranks sixth in a season at Utah … 90 sack yards is fourth in FBS, second in the Pac-12 and ranks fourth all-time in a season at Utah … second in the Pac-12 and leads Utah with 13.5 tackles for loss (1.04 per game) … 91 TFL yards ranks tied for sixth in a season at Utah … 35 total tackles … two-time Pac-12 Defensive Lineman of the Week (ASU, Arizona).



Brycen Hopkins- 6-5, 245, #89



Right now the Bears have two 2nd Round picks: 43 and 50. Which could be interesting for pick 23.

Playing In Senior Bowl:

01/2020: He runs a great pattern when he gets to the 2nd level, where he puts his hands up like he is blocking, and then burst to the Corner, and he went up and scored a TD against Stanford with that elite fake. He has easy natural hands. He has a nice hitch step in route that he uses to beat the LB upfield. He can do everything you need him to do in the passing game. He just keeps running patterns to get wide open. 

Great blocker getting outside to block smaller guys in space. Much better athlete than given credit. He will line up at FB, and lead the RB outside with a pancake block. He just knows how to get open in pattern, lined up all over the field. I have not seen him drop the ball. Fast in pattern. Nice job blocking with his arms extended. He is a light and slight H-back, but he is stronger and faster than he looks. 

He has the speed down the seam to split the Safeties off of play action, and grab the pass at full speed behind them, and then can run 50-60 yards after the catch for the TD. He runs a nice curling in over the middle to get open for the TD in the Endzone. He can open deep, crossing from one seam to the other. He has that knack for making Safeties look bad. He can run the Corner to get open. Great soft hands. 

Nice job fighting the safety back like he is blocking, so the WR can catch it and run behind him. He can get extremely physical in pattern (or blocking in pattern;). Nice job getting through traffic to block the OLB out of the run. He can lead the RB through the hole, and chip or punch two defenders to help his teammates' blocks, and block a third guy on the 2nd level. Not a powerful blocker like Pickney, but an effective blocker all over the field. 

He has that knack for getting open in pattern. When the QB throws it high he goes up and gets it. Great job diving out and up and twisting a 180 to catch the pass down the sideline. He keeps getting behind DBs in pattern. He does not need the pass to be perfect to catch it. He makes great adjustments to the ball in the air. Great ball skills. He is good getting open over the middle on and between the Seams, and catching it over the head the Safety. He gets open fast dragging outside. 

2019: Team co-captain. Named John Mackey Tight End of the Week after catching career-high six passes for 84 yards and a touchdown at Nevada on Aug. 30. Had three receptions for 41 yards and two touchdowns against Vanderbilt on Sept. 7, marking his second career two-touchdown game (also vs. Iowa on Oct. 15, 2016). Recorded career highs with 10 receptions for 140 yards against Maryland on Oct. 12, most receptions and receiving yards by a Purdue tight end since Tim Stratton in 2001 against Washington State and Dustin Keller in 2007 against Central Michigan, respectively. Finished with eight receptions for 127 yards and two touchdowns at Wisconsin on Nov. 23; first Purdue tight end since at least 1997 to put up eight receptions, 100 yards and two touchdowns in the same game. Recorded eight receptions for 142 yards with two touchdowns against Indiana on Nov. 30; his 72-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter was a team season-long reception.



*Albert Okwuegbunam- 6-5, 255, Rs-Jr, #81 



Right now the Colts have two 2nd Round picks: 34 and 44. Which is not too much for pick 23. 

01/2020: He could make a very nice pick up for the Pats in the 2nd when they trade down. This Draft is loaded with 1st Round talent at WR, and Day Two talent at Tight End. If they trade down and pick up a 2nd and 3rd, they will still have shots at 1st Round talents at WR and similar talents to what they could pick here at Tight End, maybe Jared Pickney, Bryce Hopkins, or Colby Parkinson could fall into the 3rd. 

The question is can they get two 2nds, which would allow them to get that talented WR they so desperately need, and a TE like Okwuegbunam, or maybe Kmet or Hunter Bryant falls to them. There are a lot of good, not great, tight ends in this Draft. The Pats are Ab-so-lutely Des-per-ate for a Tight end or two, and a WR or two. This is a great WR Draft, and a good tight end Draft. 

The Pats could pick up a starting WR or two on Day Three with some great luck. But they will have to invest a lot of money and Day Two picks on those positions this off season if they want Brady to be effective. Gronk is gone, and he ain't comin' back. Edelman looked old and injured. Dorsett was useless the 2nd half of the season. Sanu was a wasted 2nd round pick. Only N'Keal Harry and Jakobi Meyers looked like they have a future with the team. You can blame a lot of the collapse on the not having a legit Tight End on the roster, and the injuries and failures by their veteran WRs, and of course Brady's injuries. He is not guiltless here either. 

12/2019: Okwuegbunam has declared for the Draft. He was great in 2019. He was not good in 2020. So he will drop. He played like a Day Three Tight End with the young QB last season. In 2018 with Lock as his QB he "Ended the year with 43 catches for 466 yards (both career highs) and six touchdowns in his nine games ... Had a monster game with a career-best performance in MU's Homecoming win over Memphis (10/20), when he caught six passes for 159 yards and three touchdowns." He missed Lock tremendously last season, but he is still a top talent, who has that knack for getting open deep down the seam. 

10/2018: Doesn’t block much. He has the size and build to be a great blocker, but we just don’t know. They did actually run a run play, and he lined up as an H-Back/FB. He tried to led the RB in the hole, but didn’t block very well. They ran again where he lined up on the opposite side. He got to the middle of the line, and turn up field and led the RB into the hole. He got to the second level and hit and held onto the OLB. Nice block, for an H-back.
He really plays H-Back/Slot guy. Nice job on the short out in the Slot. He is a phenomenal athlete. When he leaps up for the ball, and can turn back as the ball melts into his hands and float into he endzone with surprising grave. This guy a legit NFL talent. He is fast down the seam. He can put LBs in the dust running down the Seam.
Big Rs-Soph that a lot people seem to think he is coming out. He scored a very impressive 11 TDs last season. Big, with great hands. He knows how to get open in route. They line him up in the Spread in the Slot. He can get open right at the marker on a Dig. Smooth hands catcher. Runs a lot of short patterns, and they send him deep. I don't know if he is coming out. Sophomore rarely do. But if he does he will be a First. 
: Caught two passes for 14 yards in the season-opener vs. UT Martin (9/1) … Posted seven catches for 50 yards and his first TD of the season vs. Wyoming (9/8) … Posted five catches for 36 yards and his second TD of the season at Purdue (9/15) … Caught a career-high nine passes for 81 yards against Georgia (9/22) and also hauled in a catch through traffic for a two-point conversion … Posted four catches for 13 yards at South Carolina.

 9.7 Production


Tyler Biadasz- 6-3, 315, #61



12/2019: Excellent job getting the side of the aggressive LB, and holding him outside so the RB can cut inside behind him. He does a good job jamming the DT to the ORG, and then slipping off to hit the ILB. When he gets to the ILB and grabs shirt, he can turn and take him right out of the play. I sometimes am late to the party, but he looked great to me in the Bowl game. He did not end up on the ground too much. 
When he turns in pass pro to double, the DL is instantly out of the rush. Oregon did not rush his lane in the 1st Half. I like the OLT better, but Biadasz was clearly better in the Rose Bowl. Though I still won’t take him in the 1st. He does a good job falling forward on 3rd and 4th and 1. Nice quick feet getting to the second level, getting his hands inside, and turning and sealing the LB inside. 
When he tries to get too far outside , he will lunge and end up on the ground. Great job pulling around the ORG and destroy the LB trying to fill the hole. Terrific job Jamming the DT to left, and then sticking his right hand into the chest of the ILB charging forward and keeping him out of the play. He will get beat by twisting LBs, and give up the pressure that caused the INT by the QB. 
He has some nice power and leverage moving back in pass pro. When he plays in balance, he looks like the best OC in the Draft. Nice power to turn and shove the DT the ORG is blocking to the ground, and go and try to hit the LB on the 2nd level. Good hand fighter stalemating the DT at the line. 

2019 Season: Earned third letter, starting all 14 games at center ... helped Badgers average 233.1 rushing yards per game and 5.3 yards per attempt ... allowed just 1 sack in 390 pass blocking snaps ... blocked for Jonathan Taylor, who rushed for 2,003 yards and 26 total touchdowns, repeating as Doak Walker Award winner and unanimous first-team All-American.
2019: Rimington Trophy winner, Outland Trophy finalist, unanimous first-team All-American (AFCA, AP, FWAA, Sporting News, Walter Camp), first-team All-Big Ten (consensus), Academic All-Big Ten.
2018: All-America honorable mention (College Football News), first-team All-Big Ten (consensus), Acadmic All-Big Ten.
Notable: Rated as nation's top center in 2018 by Pro Football Focus (88.7 grade).
Career: Started at center in all 41 games of career

9.7 Balance


Denzel Mims- 6-3, 215, #5



12/2019: Runs a nice comeback to create enough separation on comeback. He just kept running patterns to get wide open in practice all week at the SB. He looked like a 1st Round pick in traffic. Great job using his long arms on the double move to create space to throw into. He has great quick breaks inside and outside that get him open in a flash. He is not just a long tall WR, he is a technician in pattern. Great inside step, and then burst outside to get wide open down the sideline. TMIWHTMILH. 
He made some money in Senior Bowl practices. He has great size. Goes up high with some speed. He runs a great powerful slant when he boxes the CB out instantly, and the pass just has to be on the right shoulder. Great quick hands to reach out and snag the fast ball in front of him. Great quicks taking either shoulder of the CB. He's a back shoulder fade machine. You put it up high on his outside shoulder, and he goes up and gets it and makes the CB look like a kid. Great quick feet. He can draw the PI flag, and still catch the pass. He looked like a 1st in SB practices. 

One of the top returning receivers in the Big 12 Conference ... ranks 13th on Baylor’s career receiving yards list (1,905) ... Ranks 15th in Baylor history with 120 career receptions ... Ranks 10th in BU history with 16 receiving touchdowns in his career ... six career 100-yard receiving games ... Preseason All-Big 12 second team (Athlon, Phil Steele) ... DCTF All-Texas College first team ... 2019 Preseason Biletnikoff Award Watch List. 
2018 (Junior): Appeared in 12 games on the season, starting 10 of them ... Finished the regular season ranked 13th in the conference with 66.2 yards per game, 12th with 4.6 receptions per game ... Had 794 yards receiving on 55 receptions for a team-leading 8 touchdowns ... Hauled in 6 receptions for 95 yards, third-most on the year in the Texas Bowl vs. Vanderbilt.



*Clyde Edwards Helaire- 5-8, 209, #22



12/2019: Clyde is a short, stout and squat RB. Great quicks and elusiveness. He might be the hardest RB to hit in this Draft. They will line him up outside when they go Empty. Terrific blocker outside on the QB keeper. Great patience hiding behind blockers. Amazing quicks and explosion all over the place. Great nifty feet to plant and make defenders miss. 

He runs terrific patterns out of the backfield. He has great suddenness in pattern to create separation. He should be a legit weapon in the passing game in the NFL. He will line up outside like Split End. Great job curling around the ORT, and getting open in the slot. Consistently gets open sneaking out to the Flats. 

He is so tough to stop running behind LSU's big line. Great quicks hopping outside to turn the corner. He has that flash you need in the NFL. He is so smooth and quick sliding through traffic. Good job protecting the ball with both hands when he collides with traffic. He runs fast and when he slides between to defenders, he also moves forward for extra yards. He runs so low to the ground that it is difficult to stop him instantly. 

2019 Season: Limited in the Oklahoma game due to a leg injury … Played sparingly against the Sooners, rushing for 14 yards on two carries … Expected to be at full strength for the National Championship contest … Started first 13 games of season at running back … First team All-SEC and a finalist for the Paul Hornung Award as the most versatile player in college football … Had one of the most outstanding all-around seasons for a running back in school history with 1,304 rushing yards and 16 TDs to go along with 50 catches for 399 yards and a score … Named LSU’s MVP at the team’s awards banquet on December 16 … Led SEC in rushing TDs (16) and finished No. 2 in the league in rushing yards … Fourth in SEC in rushing yards per game (99.23) … Tied LSU single-season record for receptions by a running back with 50 (Garry James, 1985) … Rushed for 100 or more yards six times, all coming in SEC games … LSU is 6-0 in those games. 

Just amazing agility and balance to spin out of the tackle, and then find a hole and burst forward for almost 10 yards (:01). LSU does everything they can to get him out in space (:09). They don't have him block or chip much at all (:23). But when you have a guy who can catch the ball in space and then make two of the best defenses in the SEC miss, so he can run for the 1st, it's easy to understand why. 

He has great explosion in his legs. Just watch him go take a flying leap (:32). He is so sneaky, ah, sneaking out of the backfield. Just watch the speed in pattern. He is so tough if not impossible to cover in the passing game (:39). Watch the quick one step fake, and then the explosion around the blocker and forward (:51). Watch the vision to see the hole on the other side of the OC (:59). Then the burst and quicks to instantly change direction and fly through the hole and downfield. 


9.8 RB


Calvin Throckmorton- 6-5,  309, #54, ORT, ORG, OC, OLT



12/2019: He is not just a Jack off all trades, he is a legit ORT. Plus, he has played on the left side, and looks to me like he could play OLT in an injury situation. That is just so valuable in the NFL to have a guy who can play all five OL positions. He played ORT against Washington and dominated.

He can burst forward and just punch the DE aside with shocking power. One of the best OLs to run behind in the Draft. Nice pop and seal blocker. He can control the edge, so the RB can get outside easily. Nice job doubling inside, and then turning outside to shove another DL. 

Playing ORT, he can pull through the hole and get to the opposite side of the O-line to block the D-end on the Draw. I thought that was very impressive. He played ORG as well, and you can see that he can still pull like an OG and impact a defender a long way away. He is a terrific dancer on the left Edge. He can stone the rusher, who doesn’t want him to get his big mitts in his shirt, and stone him with just position.

Five Things To Know: Only FBS offensive lineman in 2018 to start at four different positions (RT, C, RG, LT). Graded out as the top offensive lineman in the Pac-12 in 2018, according to PFF.  Has played 1,133 snaps (15 games) without committing a penalty. Allowed just one sack over his last 31 games and 2,289 snaps, including 1,105 in pass pro. Has made 38 consecutive starts
As A Junior (2018): FWAA All-America second team. Phil Steele All-America second team. PFF All-America second team. AP Pac-12 All-Conference first team. Phil Steele Pac-12 All-Conference first team. PFF Pac-12 All-Conference team. Coaches Pac-12 All-Conference honorable mention. Google Cloud Academic All-District 8. Pac-12 All-Academic first team. Three-Time PFF Pac-12 Team of the Week (Week 4, 5, 13).

9.7 OL


60. *Lucas Niang- 6-7, 328, #77,



Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: This guy is huge. Niang is a true junior. I don’t think he declares. He will go in the 2nd Round if he declares. He is an ORT. Very quick off the snap. He has some suddenness inline. Quick hands to grab shirt. 

He has explosion off that snap that belies his size. But then can get too high. He has to stay and play lover. He can instantly seal the D-end inside off the snap. I don’t know how early you can take an ORT, but it seems earlier every year. He has the feet to play OLT, but not the leverage. Very experienced OL who has played in 37 games with 21 starts. 
He will get outside and extend his outside arm and hold off the DE. He is very strong, but he needs to use both hands while blocking. Great initial burst off the snap to give a good hit to the DE. He is huge and strong. He’ll grab the D-ends shoulder and bend him inside on outside throws. Very nice job helping the DE to go inside on outside runs. 
He can struggle with hand placement. He lets his hands get outside the shoulders too much. He doesn’t kickslide a lot. He has some quick feet when pulling. He is quicker than fast. He has a great quick burst off the snap but can’t sustain the speed. 
He will use the forklift technique with his arms and grab low and try to push up. I’m not a fan of the underhand block and they don’t use that in the NFL. He needs to keep his hands high and tight, which I haven’t seen him do that once. He will probably stay in school. He 

still needs work on his technique. Though it doesn’t look like he will be getting NFL technique at TCU. 
Nice hop inside to stone the 5-Tech in Pass Pro. Nice quick feet moving backwards. He pedals more than slides but can look outside and then turn inside and stone the DL. He has the size to stop and slow rushers with just position. When he keeps his hands up and his feet moving he wins every time. He is not the niftiest guy on his feet, but he can get outside and hit the CB in space and hold on for a second or two. 
He has to stay and play lower. He is unlikely to come out as a junior. He still needs work. He is an ORT who is not going to go in the 1st. So, he really gains nothing declaring this season. He could be a nice Day Two pick in 2021 Draft if he can play lower and work on his feet a little. 

2018 JUNIOR: Started all 13 games at right tackle ... the only offensive lineman on the Horned Frogs to start all 13 games on the season ... did not allow a sack ... had an 86.3 percent grade by Pro Football Focus, making him the highest-graded pass blocker among Big 12 offensive tackles who played a minimum of 300 snaps in 2018 and returning for the 2019 campaign.

9.7 ORT


Brandon Aiyuk- 6', 208, #2



Right now the Bears have two 2nd Round picks: 43 and 50. Which could be interesting for pick 23. 

Playing In Senior Bowl

01/2020: He reminds me of N'Keal Harry, and it's not just the uniform. So you have to think the Pats will have some interest in him, though Harry was more spectacular. He has some nice small area quicks on the short outs that help his QB against the rush. He got lucky in 2019, because he played with a much-much better QB than they had in 2018. He has great hands. With all the 2nd Round Tight Ends in this Draft, the Pats should trade down and snag Aiyuk. 

He is a tough kid who can run through DBs without slowing. He does a good job turning and seeing his teammate catch it behind him, and turning back upfield and leading the RB by blocking the Safety. He is big, tough and strong, but it is his feet that make him interesting. He has great quick feet. He has that knack for getting open over the top. His Forty time will be huge for him. 

He does a great job running patterns to get wide open. He is as physical as it gets blocking for his teammates. He can drive block the CB five yards sideways, and then grab shirt as he fights him. He has added value as a punt returner and kick returner. He is a dynamic punt returner with power, running right up the middle of the cover team. He had an 81-yard TD catch against Oregon, on Hitch and Go. He got over the top, and outrun two DBs for forty yards.

Overview: 2019 Preseason Phil Steele Pac-12 All-Conference Third Team selection.
Among returning wide receivers with at least 40 returning targets, he ranked 11th in the Pac-12 (106.2) in wide receiver rating according to PFF, finishing third among Pac-12 players in their first season in Division I football
. Had the 15th-highest receiving score among returning wide receivers in the Pac-12 at 68.7 . That score represents the fourth highest total for players in their first season of Division I football. Has the ability to return both punts and kickoffs.

He is not as dynamic as Harry, but he is strong as an ox, and hard to bring down after the catch (:09). He is stronger than Harry. Watch him stay on his feet until he slips out of bounds, while four defenders try to tackle him. He has better speed running after the catch than his Forty would indicate. 

Watch the quick stutter step that he used to break open outside. He runs nice subtle patterns to get open. Watch the agility to turn back at full speed to the ball thrown on the wrong shoulder, and go up and get it. He has great hands (:26). On the right from the slot, watch the subtle move inside, and then the break outside to cross the CB's face and get wide open (:09). Then he slows and makes another tougher than he looks catch, as the QB threw it to the wrong shoulder again. 

Great quick feet. Just watch the feet and explosion on this play playing, running a jerk route. His feet get him open by 7 or 8 yards when he jerks outside (1:07). On the left, when the separation he creates in pattern with the juke inside and shoving the CB arm off of him, and gets wide open angling outside the seam (1:43). He can get open crossing over the middle (1:59). On the right, that is a great job blocking for his teammate as he runs behind him.  (2:14). I might be wrong (4:51). He might be more dynamic with the ball in his hands than Harry. He certainly adds more value as a punt and kick returner. 

9.7 Injury


26. Rashard Lawrence- 6-2, 308, 5-Tech, #90



Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: When he burst 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. 
He can bounce outside the OLT and get shoved back. Then get low and move forward into the RB at the line. He plays with great leverage and power. He will smash into the OLT and then bounce outside to run the arc. 
He has that great second burst that the great 5-Techs have to have. He lines up in an odd front like a 5-Tech, but really lines up inside the OLT, like they want to take away everything inside, or protect the LBs so they can run to the ball. 
He can get low and grab the shoestrings inside. They will line him up at DE, and he can push the OLT to the ground and go and get the RB on the other side of the line for a TFL. Nice hands and power. Freakish DT who they play at D-end and 5-Tech. He played hurt s lot, sprained ankle, in 2018. 
 He gets double by the OLT and OLG in the run game. Very nice job leading with his hands with his arms extended. He can push the OLT and OLG up with one hand in each chest, and then drop and let them fall past him and get the RB behind them. Amazing strength, power, balance, and deception at the point. 

He plays inside a little more at 5-Tech. He is so good at jamming the OL back with his initial burst, and slipping inside to hit the RB on the Dive. He had his coming out party in the Fiesta Bowl, where he garnered 2 sacks and 4 TFLs, Teams will double him at the point, but then he will get to the RB when OLT slides off to block someone else. 
SENIOR SEASON (2019): Veteran leader of the LSU defense – on and off the field … Second team All-SEC by SEC Coaches in 2019 … Played in 11 games with 10 starts … Started LSU’s final eight games … Has 25 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks … Missed games against Northwestern State, at Vanderbilt and against Utah State with an injury ... Had two tackles against Oklahoma as the constant pressure of the Tiger defense line limited OU quarterback Jalen Hurts to 15-of-31 passing with an interception … The Tigers also held OU to only 97 rushing yards, its lowest total of the year and the first time since the 2016 season-opener vs. Houston the Sooners were held under 100 rushing yards … Helped limit the Georgia rushing attack to less than 100 yards and totaled four tackles and 1.0 tackles for loss in the SEC Championship ... Matched a season best with four tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss against Arkansas ... Credited with three tackles at Ole Miss ... The top lineman against the Crimson Tide with four tackles and two crucial pass breakups ... In his first start since being out with an injury, finished with three tackles and his first career fumble recovery against Mississippi State... Returned to the field against No. 7 Florida and credited with a QB hurry ... Forced his first career fumble and recorded a sack in the season opener against Georgia Southern.



Neville Gallimore- 6-2, 330, Rs-Sr, #90



01/2020: Playing In Senior Bowl: He is a little short, but not really undersized. He looks like he has long arms, and wins at the point with his hands and arm length. It will be interesting to see how long his arms are at the Combine. Nice speed outside on the swing pass to beat the RB to the LOS by the numbers. He is a NT, but he lines up off set more than not. He wins by grabbing the arms of the OC, and then peeking to find the ball. 

He can create pressure twisting outside and turning back into the QB. 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. TMIWHTMILH. He could be a big fit for the Pats if he lasts that long. He looks like a 5-Tech to me, but played a lot of NT.

2018: All-Big 12 Honorable Mention by league’s coaches ... one of five finalists for Jon Cornish Trophy (awarded annually to the most outstanding Canadian player in NCAA football) ... played in 13 of 14 games (all starts) and recorded career highs of 50 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss, 3.0 sacks and two forced fumbles ... missed Kansas game (11/17) due to injury ... logged four tackles against No. 1 Alabama in CFP Semifinal at Orange Bowl (12/29) ... made five tackles in Big 12 Championship win over No. 9 Texas (12/1) ... had four stops in victory at No. 12 West Virginia (11/23) ... recorded five tackles (one for loss), a sack and a forced fumble against Oklahoma State (11/10). 

9.7 NT


55. *Jacob Eason- 6-6, 227, QB, Rs-Jr #10



Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: He was a top recruit to Georgia. And saw a lot of action as a freshman. He had to redshirt last season to transfer to Washington and has two year of eligibility left. I don’t see why he would come out in this Draft. He hasn’t played in years, and I think he wants to QB Washington for a couple of seasons. He has a nice arm and can make all the throws. He is built like an NFL QB. 
He will get over excited and whip a bullet behind his TE. He will struggle to find guys in the Redzone. But can show patience and throw a strike as the pocket is collapsing around him. He throws very well with rushers in his face and the pocket collapsing around, when he knows he is going to get hit. He looked like a 1st Round QB at Georgia his Freshman year. 
He went under center and turned his back to the defense in an NFL play action at Georgia. He is not a great runner, especially on 3rd down. He can throw the nice deep pass with the pocket collapsing around him. He can dump it off to the RB outside as he is being hit and knocked down. Nice NFL play action on 3rd down and can hit the TE sneaking outside for the 1st. 
Nice quick feet in the pocket. Terrific balance and poise running play action and finding a WR over the middle. Good job hitting the WR in stride down the sideline. He can throw the nice pass on the Dig. He tends to stare down his first option and wait for him to get open. Which can work better at Georgia with their level of WRs. 

He is a quick thrower to the TE off play action. Has patience in the pocket and can check down to his 3rd receiver. He can hit his WR over the middle in traffic. He can be sneaky in the play action. TMIWHTMILH. He looked like an NFL QB in 2016 at Georgia, and then disappeared. If plays like he did at Georgia at Washington this season, and he decides to declare, he could go much earlier than expected. 
2019: Started all 13 games at quarterback ... finished the season with 3,132 passing yards, the fourth-highest total in UW single-season history ... 23 touchdown passes were sixth-most every by a Husky ... 27-for-36 for 349 yards, no interceptions and four touchdowns vs. Eastern Washington in the season opener ... four TDs tied for seventh-most in UW single-game history, while his 349 yards were most ever a Husky quarterback in his first start ... named the UW coaches' offensive player of the week for the EWU game ... 18-for-30 for 162 yards and one interception vs. California ... completed 18-of-25 for 262 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions, in the Huskies' win over Hawai'i ... 24-for-28 for 290 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in the win at BYU, where he completed 13 straight in one stretch ... 16-for-26 for 180 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in the Husky victory over then-No. 21 USC ... 16-for-36 for 206 yards, one touchdown and one interception at Stanford ... 15-for-22 for 243 yards, no interceptions and two touchdowns in the UW win at Arizona ... went 23-for-30 for 289 yards, no interceptions and three touchdowns vs. Oregon ... 29-for-52 for 316 yards, two interceptions and four touchdowns vs. Utah ... 16-for-32 for 175 yards and two interceptions in the win at Oregon State ... 21-for-34 for 206 yards, one interception and one touchdown at Colorado ... in the Apple Cup win over WSU, completed 15-of-22 for 244 yards, no interceptions and a touchdown, while rushing for another score ... 22-for-32 for 210 yards, no interceptions and one touchdown in Washington's Las Vegas Bowl win over Boise State.



Khalid Kareem- 6-4, 265, #53


Notre Dame

12/2019: Nice job setting the edge, and then bursting inside to tackle the RB. He is much bigger than Okwara. Trying to go outside to his side is tough, and when he shows his speed. He looked like he was intent on killing the QB. He rushed and hit him from both side. Very hot and cold player, but when he gets hot he kills QBs. 
He is also a bit of a 'tweener. Only he is a big 'tweener. He is a 5-Tech/D-end tweener. But he has some serious flash and dash on the field. When he gets physical on the field, he is fun to watch. He is 285-pounds, but he flashed some speed and quicks like an Edge. He really plays more of a 5-Tech, but he has some flash running the arc. 
He cannot win as a pure speed rusher. He he showed that he can win with his speed and quicks, and not just size and power. He has a couple of rushes that shocked me with how much flash and quicks he had. He is also a great physical specimen. 
When he is tough and physical he wins. Trying to go outside to his side is tough. When he shows his speed, he looks like an early Draft pick. He looked like he was intent on killing the QB. He rushed and hit him from both sides. Very hot and cold player, but when he gets hot he kills QBs. 
He is another young guy who has turned into a legit leader for the Irish. "I'm proud of Kareem. He had some rough moments that he’s matured from," Brian Kelly said. "His development for me has been one where I think his off-field development has been beneficial, because it’s helped him on the field. Growing up as a young man off the field here at Notre Dame, in our community, has really helped him as a football player." He just need a little more technique work, and he could be great cog in the (BB?) machine. 
He has become a legit team leader. "It's definitely a huge honor to be voted captain of this historic program and all the people who have come before me," Kareem said. "Just to know my teammates respect me and chose me to be their leader, I'm definitely going to keep doing it. Keep holding people accountable and holding myself to now a higher standard, just to make sure guys know this is the right way to do things." He brings more than just physical presence to the field each week. 
They like to play in odd Fronts where he goes face to face against the OLT a lot. "He recognizes how important it is to hold his peers accountable," Kelly said. "Just those little things about we're going to be held accountable all of the time. He really shows that accountability amongst the peers about doing it the right way all of the time." He stepped into the leadership role in the preseason, and became a team captain. 
His leadership shows up on Saturdays. "Just everyone rushing together. Everyone stay in their rush lanes. No one trying to be selfish to make plays on their own," Kareem said. "As long as you rush within the scheme of the defense, you'll get the production. The production will come. As long as we work together, we'll be fine." He is showing he is another BB type guy, who grew up in a football family. 



68. Julian Okwara- 6-5 1/2", 248, #42


Notre Dame

Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: Nice hop forward in run game to set the edge. He has nice suddenness in his burst off the snap. When he gets up field fast and gets the OT moving backwards to overset and he can burst inside, that is when he is looks the best. He consistently wins when he gets the OLT too deep and can change directions to get inside to the QB. He has electric COD. 
He will stand up sometimes. He is a bit of a one-move wonder. He will line up on both edges and rush. He does not always seem to know where he is going, but he is very tough to block. He does not stay blocked for long. His best NFL trait is that he had that knack not staying blocked. Now he has to find the ball more. 
He will zone drop down the seam. He tends to focus on the QB and is not super aware of the players around him in his drop. He has some quick feet to get outside the OLT and rip his way to the QB. He is better moving forward than backwards. Needs more stats, hits, sacks and tackles. 
He does a nice job shoving off blockers. They chip him with the TE a lot, and he can still shove off the OLT and pressure the QB. I really like the way he moves on the field. He has to be a better finisher. He will burst past two OLs inside, as they throw the Screen outside. He needs better eyes and instinct. 

He doesn’t seem to like to run the Arc. He steadfastly refuses to run past the QB in the rush. His best move is the swipe. He is excellent at attacking the OLT’s arms so he can’t block him. When he wins the hand fight, he wins in the rush. 
Nice job getting upfield and grabbing both arms of the OT and pulling himself inside to find a lane. When he grabs the OLs arms, you just cannot block this guy. He is so much better at eluding blockers than finding the ball carrier. He has some speed to power. He can shove the OT into the QB when he can’t shed him. He will shove the OT with his inside hand to get the OT off balance in the rush and try to swim inside to the QB. 
He will get beat by the TE at the point and let the RB slash outside. When he gives up his edge the QB tends to run under him. Not a lot of variety in the rush. Needs more techniques and moves. When he gets fooled by play action he is done. Struggles to recover when his first move doesn’t work. He will run himself out of the play on the Edge. He will miss the jam on the tight end and look real bad real fast. Inconsistent player with some interesting talent. 



Jared Pinkney- 6-4, 260, #80



Right now the Dolphins have two 2nd Round picks: 39 and 56. Which are not very likely to be traded to the Pats for pick 23 (call me crazy;).

Playing In Senior Bowl:

He can run the short patterns in the Box and get open. He will use his hands in pattern nicely to push off. He is an underrated TE who played in a run 1st and 2nd Offense. He will line up in the Slot standing up, and runs a nice Dig to create a little space to throw into. He will line up outside on the Numbers like an X, and run an Out at the marker. 

He has a nice quick break on a Slot-Post to get inside position on the LB going down the Seam. He can get open dragging outside. They will use him to run deep down the seam, to open up patterns underneath. Great hands running down the Seam. He can sky up over the LB and snag the ball as the LB tackles him. 

Excellent in pass pro. Great quick feet sliding outside and like to get position and jab. Great blocker. He can drive block the OLB outside and upfield for yards so his RB has a truck lane to run through off tackle. Great hands gripping shirt and power, pushing, and hold on for yards. They mostly line him up outside the OLT, like a true TE. He will block down on the D-end, so the OLB can get outside. They really like to use in crack back blocks. He is a great power blocker. 

They like to motion over to the left, and can go and get the LB in the 2nd level and take him out of the play. Great job motioning to the left and leading the RB through the hole and downfield for 30 to 40 yards. Impressive athlete leading the RB downfield, and can jab two defenders off while running at full speed. He is a great blocker. He understands position and leverage and where and how to make the right block for the play. 

SENIOR SEASON (2019): John Mackey Award Watch List. Biletnikoff Award Watch List. Preseason All-American First Team Tight End (Street & Smith’s, Sporting News). Preseason All-American Third Team Tight End (Phil Steele) Preseason All-American Second Team Tight End (CollegeFootballNews.com). Preseason All-SEC Second Team Tight End (SEC Media Day voters). Preseason All-SEC Second Team Tight End (Phil Steele, Lindy’s, Athlon Sports). 11 games played. Started first 11 games of senior season at tight end. 20 receptions, 233 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Season highs of five catches, 76 yards and two scores in win over East Tennessee State. Four catches for 47 yards against LSU. Three receptions for 61 yards at Purdue. Two catches against Missouri, UNLV and Georgia




5. Bryce Hall- 6-1, 200, #34, 



From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book: He is great getting though trash and traffic. He can line up outside the numbers and get all the way across the field to help stop the RB before he reaches the marker, outside the opposite numbers. Amazing. I ab-so-lute-ly love his Tape. He is a star waiting to happen in the NFL. He is a shutdown Corner already. If he takes another step up in his game in 2019, as he should, he is going to be a Pro Bowler waiting to happen. 
Lines up at the marker on short yardage to pick up whatever WR crosses it. Great finesse press to use his great quick feet to stay in front of the WR facing him to slow his release to where he gives up the pattern on short yardage. If he has the speed he looks like a 1st Round pick to me. He remind me a little of, gulp, Darrelle Revis at Pitt. Sudden out of pedal. 
He will grab the WR’s arm after the throw and push him aside to go and tackle the RB catching it out of the backfield. He will miss tackles diving at the RB’s feet. He will line up in the slot when they stop putting a WR outside on his side but is not as quick and effective on the QB’s left in the Slot. 
Nice smooth pedal. He gets low and intense. He likes to focus on the QB. Very sticky in press coverage. Amazing feet. Very quick feet in low pedal moving back in coverage. He likes to angle it so he can read the QB and still see the WR. Very intense in pedal. Reacts quick to the WR breaking off pattern. 

NC ST 2018: Plays off a lot. I like him better in finesse press than Off. When he is locked on the WR in press you cannot throw over him. He will play inside and can go up and intercept the ball. He can leap up higher than the WR and snag the INT. Against NC ST he went up with one hand and pulled it out of the WR’s two hands and pulled it in for the INT. That is as impressive as it gets. He plays mostly on the QB’s right. 
He will line up in Press on short yardage. Amazing quick feet to all but stop the WR from getting off the line. He can burst forward out of coverage and charge up fast and tackle the Slot WR who caught it under the Outside WR. He will line up infront of the TE and is not a bad blitzer but can struggle to turn the corner. 
Ohio: He is so great at reading the pattern and can step in front of the WR outside and get his hands on the ball. He will drop the INT sometimes. That’s why he’s a corner not a WR. Great job using his hands and feet to slow the release and take away the timing of the pattern. He is very quick switching WRs when the outside WR cuts off the pattern and the slot WR goes deep. They want his speed running outside with the deep threat. 
He can press the outside WR and has the quicks to stick to him when he tries a stop and go to shake him. He’ll get stuck on the WR in press and miss the RB running to his side. When the QB throws deep, the only open spot he leaves down the sidelines is out of bounds. Nice feet and hips hopping back to turn and run deep with the WR in Off coverage. 
HONORS: 2018: Walter Camp All-America (2nd) ... FWAA All-America (2nd) ... Phil Steele All-America (2nd) ... Athlon Sports All-America (3rd) ... College Football News All-America (HM) ... Pro Football Focus All-American (HM) ... All-ACC (1st) ... Associated Press All-ACC (1st) ... Touchdown Club of Richmond’s Defensive Back of the Year ... Pro Football Focus All-ACC (1st) ... Athlon Sports All-ACC (1st) ... Phil Steele All-ACC (1st). 2016 - Athlon Sports first-team Freshman All-ACC ... VaSID Defensive Rookie of the Year.

9.8 Injury


34. KJ Hill- 6’, 195, #14


Ohio State

Playing In Senior Bowl:

From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book: Hill is only 50 catches away from David Boston’s all time reception record at Ohio ST of 191. He has been the Slot guy with all the outside talent OSU has had. He will be moved outside this season. If he could break the OSU record, he will not last long in this Draft. He has great hands. If he is a legit 6-feet tall, he is a Day Two lock. He runs explosive patterns that get him wide open running down the Seam. Elite at getting open going down the seam. 
He is probably a Day Two pick, as he is not a pure speed guy. He has good but not great speed. What he did at OSU was get open in pattern, in the slot, and catch everything thrown to him. This season he will be doing it outside against Number One and Number Two CBs. If he succeeds, he could go early in the 2nd. He has to trust his hands more, but he as great blend of speed and quicks to get open in pattern. 
He is still probably more of a Slot guy. “I don’t think there’s anything he doesn’t do. To me, he’s not going to be a Parris Campbell burner but there’s a lot of things that he does that Parris maybe didn’t do,” OSU WR coach Brian Hartline said. “And he’s being a great leader. He’s growing up and I think that it’s an absolute pleasure and we’re blessed to have him back this year. and I’m glad that he came back, to not only  

lead this group, stay on m hip and just get better. K.J. Hill’s in a phenomenal spot and he’s a staple right now in our receiver room.” They will be moving him more to outside WR. 
Nice speed on the Out and Up to get open deep. Easy catcher. He can be a bit of a body catcher sometimes. He has to extend his hands and catch it away from his body more. He has the speed to play outside. He has to catch it away from his body better to go in Day Two. He runs excellent patterns to get open from the Slot. 

Nice burst in and out of cuts in pattern. He has some great quick feet. He can use quick cuts in close quarters to get open. He can run intricate patterns with three cuts to get open in the Slot. He can reach back and catch the ball thrown behind him to the wrong shoulder. Nice quick hands. Great release outside from the slot. Then he has some explosive suddenness in the break outside that can break the CB’s ankle. 
He has good size and is a willing blocker on the Edge. He has to get stronger to sustain blocks longer. He will block the LB, but gets shed quick when the OLB sees the RB behind him. Needs to grab shirt more. He cannot be covered in the Slot. He repeatedly made the great and awkward adjustment to the ball thrown behind him. His QB threw to the wrong shoulder a lot. 
He is so good at getting open instantly on that inside slant. Then the explosive cut upfield to make one guy miss and one fall down. He is not a size speed WR. He is a quick, explosive burst, and creating separation in pattern with sudden breaks WR. He is a Patriots Slot WR. He has some clutch in him. He can get the TD late in games that seals the deal. 
He has sticky hands, but doesn’t always trust them. He wants to stick the ball to his body and body catch just about everything. He can reach back go down the Seam and make the highlight reel one handed catch on the ball thrown behind, and then run for the TD, like he did against Minnesota. He doesn’t look like he is 6’ tall to me. 
Great hands. He can snag anything, and holds on through contact. Great slot WR. He played H-back for Ohio State as well, in the small H-back role played by Campbell. It is really a Big WR position. Neither is really an H-back. He garnered 1,405 yards and 9 TDs off of 123 catches in a backup role as an H-back/WR. Look for his stats to explode in 2019. 
He had 900 yards on 70 catches as an electric Slot WR in 2018. “It’s just big shoes to fill, and I’m willing to do that,” Hill said. “I feel like me going out there, I have to work harder for me individually to show everybody how we keep the standard, even go higher than the standard we had last year.” He should break the record and have over a 1,000-yards receiving next season. 



96. Chase Claypool- 6-4 3/8, 229,  #83



Seahawks have two 2nd Round picks: 59 and 64. Which might be enough for pick 23. 

Playing In Senior Bowl:

From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book: I know projecting another WR to go to the Pats is pushing it. However, the Pats have five guys who are projected to make the team at WR who are projected to be free agents in 2020 if they make the team: Demaryius Thomas, Matthew Slater, Phillip Dorsett, Josh Gordon, and Maurice Harris. So taking a WR in the 1st and 3rd in the 2020 Draft is not as insane as leaving Brady without weapons in the passing game again (and yes I know how arrogant it is to project the Pats to pick at 32, 64, and 96;).
You have to interfere with him before the ball arrives to make him drop the deep one. He can catch it on the sideline. Huge guy. When he clamps onto the ball over his head it isn’t going anywhere. He has to show more consistent hands as a Senior. He is great after the catch. He has a nose for the endzone when he catches in the Redzone. He ran patterns to get open better in 2018. 
He can catch the WR screen and make the first guy miss. He can power through a couple defenders for the 1st or TD. He can get open in pattern deep. He can fake inside and break outside wide open on the Flag from the Slot between the CB and FS. He can catch the Fade behind him and outside and bend his body back 

to catch it over his head. He should get a lot more opportunities with the throwing QB set as the starter this season. 

Clemson: He played special teams last season and was on the cover team. He covered a punt on the 1-yardline against Clemson. He consistently lines up outside. He will line up in the slot and block for the outside WR on the screen. They will run the screen outside, but he’ll try to break inside with the front seven running outside. 
Good blocker. He gets out to the CB in deep off fast and knocks him back as he grabs his shirt. You can run behind him outside. They will double him when he drags outside and the QB rolls out to his side. Terrific job getting open with the physical pattern on 3rd and 3, and breaking over the middle wide open. 
V-Tech: Runs a nice Dig. Knows how to his size in route. Runs a great post. He gets to the side of the CB and blocks him out with his size, and snags the ball easy. Nice job catching the high pass, and then making the CB miss. 
Terrific job picking up extra yards. He is really putting up some good numbers this season. Terrific over the middle. He got a wide open in pattern a few times against VT, and the QB threw a few uncatchable passes. He will drop the ball early sometimes. He’s a huge WR with huge hands. 



**K.J. Hamler- 5-9, 176, Rs-Soph, $


Penn ST

02/2019: He is a redshirt Sophomore. He is fast. He doesn’t struggle at all flying down field and twisting back to catch the ball with his hands. Smooth and effortless hands catcher. He can running a skinny post inside so quick he is wide open for the easy catch. I like the way he runs patterns form the slot. 
He is terrific on crossing routes. Tough to cover when he break it off on the Out underneath the outside WR. Very fast in route. He is terrific running after the catch. Great hands. He catches whatever is thrown to him. He reminds me of Phillip Dorsett at Miami, which worries me. He is fast. But damn, he is small as well. Dorsett was bigger at Miami. 
He is so fast running down field, and is so great on the comebacks. He catches those tight comebacks every time, which make it so hard to cover him over the top. They like to run him on reverses. He can run patterns to get wide open form the slot. He can catch the ball after the CB in front of him tips it a little. Great speed and feet with the ball in his hands. 

CAREER NOTES & RECORDS: Career: Ranks No. 10 on the career kickoff return list with a 25.2 average...Passed the 1,500 all-purpose yard mark against Idaho (8/31/19).
Season: 2018: Broke the Penn State freshman record for all-purpose yards with 1,417, topping the previous mark of 1,237 set by Saquon Barkley in 2015...Sits No. 18 on the program's season all-purpose yards list with 1,417 yards...Totaled 523 kickoff return yards to rank No. 6 in Penn State history...Ranks No. 18 on the program's season kickoff return average list with a 26.2 mark.
Game: Hauled in a 93-yard touchdown pass from Trace McSorley against Ohio State (9/29/18) for the second-longest in program history.
2019 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Awards: Named to the preseason Maxwell Award watch list...Selected to the preseason Biletnikoff Award watch list...Tabbed on the preseason Paul Hornung Award watch list.
Season: Made three starts...Has made at least one catch in all 16 games of his career

9.6 Speed


*Gabriel Davis- 6-3, 212, #13


Central FLA

He does a great job blocking for his teammates. He will pancake the CB covering him, when his teammate catches the ball behind him and allow him to past him. He can get wide open on the double move. He can draw a PI on the out and up. Terrific coming back for the pass, and still making the first guy miss. He will dive into the ground, when he is completely surrounded by defenders. 

-He runs a nice Fade in the Endzone. Great size. He can move as well. Great inside release. He can burst past the inside shoulder of the CB, and make it an easy throw for his QB. Then take off down field for 20 yards. He has good speed, but not good long speed. He doesn't separate when running with the ball in his hands. 

.He will struggled to catch the low lass. He falls down when DBs grab him. He looks for a place to fall when he is surrounded. Which doesn't mean he isn't tough. He can give the great block that knocks the DB off his feet. HE will also draw flags hitting CB off their feet. He is big and strong, but he is going to fight for extra yards, really hardly at all. 

JUNIOR (2019): FAMU (8/29): Caught three balls for 68 yards with two touchdowns. FAU (9/7): Hauled in three passes for 98 yards. Stanford (9/14): Totaled 63 yards on four catches with one touchdown . Pitt (9/21): Caught ten balls for 151 yards with two touchdowns. UConn (9/28): Hauled in five passes for 119 yards with three touchdowns. Cincinnati (10/4): Had 170 receiving yards on 13 catches.  ECU (10/19): Caught nine balls for 164 yards with two touchdowns.  Temple (10/26): Hauled in three passes for 83 yards.  Houston (11/2): Totaled 46 yards on three catches. Tulsa (11/8): Caught six balls for 98 yards. Tulane (11/23): Hauled in five passes for 75 yards. USF (11/29): Totaled 106 yards on eight passes with two touchdowns. 




Collin Johnson- 6-6, 220, #9



From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book: Playing In Senior Bowl: The Pats are going to need another big strong WR who can go up and get the ball for Brady if they want to win the Super Bowl again. Harry has the spectacular and can go up and make the super star play where you say he is the best ever, and then drop the next one. Collin can go up and get the ball like Harry but is much bigger and more steady and consistent. He doesn’t drop the ball. Amazing at getting the CB moving backwards and then instantly turning back to the QB for the easy catch. 
He is a very smart WR who knows how to get open in pattern using subtle moves to get open. He knows how to run under the zone and get wide open in the Box. He will turn up field and block when a teammate catches the ball underneath him. He can knock the CB back five yards in the run game. He can find the Safety in the run game and drive him five yards backwards. He is a WR you can run behind. Nice subtle move to get outside the CB when they are sprinting downfield. 
He blocks like a TE. He fakes like he is running a pattern, and when the CB starts moving backwards, he smashes him back off balance. He does a good job getting to the 2nd level and getting position on the CB and sealing him outside. He does not lose when it gets physical. He can also grab some shirt and dance with the CB outside in a finesse block. 

He is a very big WR who flows nicely down field. He has a nice burst inside. He is not a slot guy by any means. But he can break off the pattern, because of his deep speed, and break wide open over the middle. He is almost always open going down field, because of his height and reach. 

Oklahoma: He has the speed to get open deep. I will be very interested in his Forty. He has such good quicks that belie his size. He can make the CB miss as he spins while he catches. He is a very good runner after the catch. Nice job cutting off the route when he turns the CB. He has some subtle moves in pattern. When you throw it high to him in the endzone he goes up and gets it. He has such a great reach to go up over the CB and snag the ball. 
Big strong and fast. Doesn’t need to be open to catch the ball. But he knows how to run patterns to get open. He can run short, intermediate and long patterns to get open. He doesn’t drop anything. He has huge hands to vise-grip the ball. He is always open for the high lob in the endzone. He isn’t just a guy who is open because of his size. He has the speed as well. He reminds me of Mike Evans. He is that good. .

A fourth-year wide receiver who has played in 44 games with 28 starts ... one of six Longhorns elected by their teammates as a captain for the 2019 season ... entered his senior season with 150 receptions (ninth-most in school history) for 2,065 yards (10th-most in school history) and 12 touchdowns ... named to the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award in 2019 ... A first team preseason All-Big 12 selection by Phil Steele in 2019 ... also named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Team ... a third team preseason All-America honoree by Phil Steele and a fourth team selection by Athlon Sports in 2019 ... named third team preseason All-Big 12 by both Athlon Sports and Phil Steele in 2018 … named to 2018 Biletnikoff Award, Wuerffel Trophy and Walter Camp Award watch lists ... earned The Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Player of the Week against TCU (2018) ... enrolled at Texas in January 2016 ... was among the top 30 wide receiver prospects in the country ... was a member of the Big 12 Commissioners’ Honor Roll (spring 2016, spring 2019) … an Academic All-Big 12 First Team selection in 2019.



63. *Colby Parkinson- 6-7, 251, TE/Slot-WR, Stanford, #84



Right now the Chiefs have two 2nd Round picks: 59 and 63. Which might be enough for pick 23. 

01/2020: He has declared for the Draft, which is unusual for a Stanford dude. He garnered 589 yard and a TD on 48 catches in 2019. He is a terrific blocker on screens run behind him. It is a nice weapon to line him up outside on the Goalline, and at his height just throw him the alley-oop. He is a little slow in pattern. He can find the open spot in a seam. 
When they throw it to him he catches it. He can catch it through all kinds of contact by the LB. He can find an open spot in the slot nicely. They will line him up in the Slot right on the Seam, and he can get open enough on the Dig. When the QB goes high, he holds on as the DB hits his legs. 

As a Junior (2019): All-Pac-12 second team. John Mackey Award semifinalist. Started all 12 games for the Cardinal. 48 receptions for 589 yards and one touchdown. Also threw one touchdown pass. Career-high seven receptions for 89 yards at USC. Caught three passes for 44 yards and a touchdown - his first of the season - at Oregon State. Registered 8-yard touchdown pass to Davis Mills at Oregon State, becoming the first Stanford non-QB to throw a touchdown pass since Christian McCaffrey connected with Kevin Hogan vs. USC in the 2015 Pac-12 Championship.

Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide:- When the QB throws it to him in pattern he catches it. He mostly runs deep patterns to get open up the middle of the field. He drags the safeties 20 to 30 yards downfield to help open things up underneath for his teammates. He will get open 20 to 30 yards down field and can leap up and snag the pass between the two Safeties as they hit him. 

They play him more like a slot WR. When they ran he would go to the 2nd or 3rd level to block the Safety in space. He will probably be more of a traditional TE with Kaden Smith with the 49ers now. He will charge up to the Slot DB like he is going to block him again. Then break outside and break open over the top on the Out and Up. He is a very smooth hands catcher. 

He turns upfield quick and can outrun the small linebacker to the marker in pattern. Terrific Redzone and Goal line threat. As the Number Two TE/Slot-guy he garnered 7 TDs in 2018. They will line him up outside like an X. He has some quick feet with the jab-step inside, and a quick move outside to get open going down the Seam. Anytime a guy as tall as he is shows some quickness in pattern it is a big deal. 



*Hunter Bryant- 6-2 , 239, #1



Right now the Chiefs have two 2nd Round picks: 59 and 64. Which might be enough for pick 23. 

He is their go to guy. They play like a big WR a lot. He is the guy they try to get going early. They will motion him, and hand him the ball on the jet sweep. He is not a TE. He is an H-back who might be more of a WR. He is a very unique weapon in this Draft. Consistently lines up like WR, but he can block on the 2nd level like an H-back. He runs a terrific inside pattern, and then fades outside for the easy pass. He can be dynamic after the catch. 

Nice feet in pattern on the stutter step fake that can break down the CB. When the ball is high he snags it. When he is healthy, he is something to see. He will drop the fast ball low and inside. He can turn inside, on the outside pass, and block two different LBs. Good blocker. 
He has some great speed with the ball in his hands. He can leap out and scrap it off the turf. He will stay in, in pass pro on 3rd and long, and doesn’t do a bad job blocking on the Edge. He holds on long enough to give his QB time to throw. Excellent slot WR. He just slants inside and the Nickel can’t get around his body. Catches that quick inside throw nicely with his hands. 

2019: He has declared his intentio2019: Has declared his intention2019: Has declared his intention to forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the NFL Draft ... first-team All-Pac-12 ... also made the Associated Press All-Pac-12 first team and the Pro Football Focus second team ... named first-team All-Pac-12 and third-team All-America by Phil Steele ... finished the season 85 career receptions for 1,394 yards, the fourth- and second-most, respectively, by a tight end in UW history ... 52 receptions in 2019 were second-most in UW single-season history by a tight end, while 825 receiving yards were just 25 short of the UW TEs record ... named to the preseason All-Pac-12 second team ... one of three finalists for the Mackey Award ... played in all 12 games (sat out the bowl game), starting 11 of those 12 (all except Hawai'i) ... started vs. Eastern Washington, finishing with a team-high six catches for 81 yards ... four catches for 40 yards vs. California ... made five catches for 115 yards, including a 47-yard TD on the third play of the game, in the Huskies' win over Hawai'i ... named the UW coaches' offensive player of the game after that victory.


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