2021 Patriots Mock
Draft Part II.
Offensive players in this Draft are also spectacular. This Draft could set
the record for WRs in the 1st Round. Which again, does that mean you wait
to the 2nd to see who falls. I mean, only so many WRs can go in the 1st. I
think the record is five? As a fan of the team that had the worst set of WRs
in the NFL, that number is very important to me. The Pats have to get a top
WR or three in this Draft.
Rondale Moore slip, or is his speed just too much? Does Chris Olave slip
into the 1st, or does his expanding role as Ohio State’s Number One WR
irrelevant. Does Jaylen Waddle and Justyn Ross slip due to injury. I see
Tylan Wallace as a 1st Round talent for a Spread team, which probably means
steal in the 2nd. Terrance Marshall was a BEAST in his last few games at
LSU: 424-yards and 7 TDs on 21 Catches in his last three games! Then he
opted out, which makes him less than a One Year Wonder. I am a big Amon-Ra
guy, but I don’t see him as a 1st.
are a lot of questions in this Draft. A lot of guys I think are 1st Round
talents will go in the 2nd. My favorite DE/Passrusher in this Draft, who
the Pats have a shot at in Day Two, is Pitt’s Patrick Jones. My favorite
Edge/OLB in this Draft, who the Pats have a shot at in Day Two, is Joseph
Ossai. My favorite DL in this Draft, who the Pats have a shot at in Day Two
or Three, is Levi Onwuzurike.
favorite WR in this Draft, who the Pats have a shot at in Day Two, is Chris
Olave. My favorite WR in this Draft, who the Pats have a shot at in Day Two
or Three, is Amari Rogers. My favorite TE in this Draft, who the Pats have
a shot at in Day Three, is Hunter Long.
*Shaun Wade- 6-1, 195,
Ohio ST, #24
Wade was great this season. Seasoned. Focus.
Smart. Intense. They move him around a lot. Has experience at Free
Safety. Loose hips. Elite feet. He makes his man disappear during the
Game. WRs just can’t get open when he covers them. Proficient in Press,
Off and Zone. He can be tough to watch, because
he has been shutting down his side a lot this season.
him out on the right one on one a lot, and he wins. He is their true
Number One CB. He is a 1st Round pick. Great feet. Great stop and smart.
Great hips. This guy has everything you look for on the field. The More I
Watch Him, The More I Like Him.
Rated 12th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings.
“Explosive movement skills. Great explosion crossing the field. Then
sudden bursting backwards. He has some serious speed pedaling backwards
like a Free Safety. He will play in the Slot and cover the TE. Good feel
for when to grab the slot WR and shut him down. Played in the slot a lot
last season. He will be outside more in 2020.
“Wade is getting a lot of love in the
Draft now. He is rising up the charts and will not get out of the 2nd.
Twitchy and aggressive CB. Likes to play off and peak into the backfield.
Nic job blocking the release of the WR, but then will grab him. Good
blitzer who can knock the RB off his feet in the hole.”
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Ohio State Overview: Wade
elected to return for his fourth year with the program after exploring
the possibility of declaring for the 2020 NFL Draft. Will be the leader
of the Buckeyes’ secondary in 2020 after playing in all 14 games as a
third-year sophomore last season and totaling 26 tackles, four
tackles-for-loss, one interception, two forced fumbles and eight pass
breakups. Member of the 2020 Bednark Award Preseason Watch List. Played
the inside cornerback position for the Buckeyes in 2019 but will move
outside in 2020. Named a “champion” by the Ohio State coaching staff
eight times last season and was the Player of the Game following wins
over Rutgers and Michigan State. Totaled five tackles, one
tackle-for-loss, one sack and one pass breakup vs. the Spartans. Against
Rutgers, had an interception on the opening drive of the game and added
three tackles and a forced fumble. A third-team All-Big Ten selection by
the coaches and media. Has played in 27 of 28 games over the past two
seasons with 57 career tackles, four interceptions, three forced fumbles
and 19 passes defended. Made the most of his playing time as a redshirt
freshman in 2018, appearing in all 14 games and compiling 31 total
tackles while leading the team with three interceptions. Added seven pass
breakups, a forced fumble and blocked punt (vs. TCU). His true freshman
season was cut short due to injury. Was one of nine graduated high school
seniors from the 2017 recruiting class to enroll and start classes at
Ohio State in January 2017. Is a sport industry major
Honors & Awards: 2020:
First-team preseason All-American by the Associated Press. 2019:
Third-team All-Big Ten (media and coaches).
Rashod Bateman- 6-2, 210, Minnesota, #0,
01/2021: Bateman has become the forgotten man. He
was great in 2019. Natural Athlete. He has the size. He has good body
control and balance. Runs great routes. He can sink his hips and burst
open in breaks. Can change gears to trick CBs. Has the savvy to get open
underneath. Can high point the ball. Best getting open over the top. Wins
with speed in pattern.
Biletnikoff finalist in 2019, where he
garnered 1,219 yards and 11 TDs on 60 catches. Came back in 2020 and had
36 catches for 472 yards and 2 TDs in five games. He has steady hands.
Good size. Knows how to run routes to get open. He started off his return
with 9 catches for 101-yards against Michigan. He had 22 catches and 2
TDs in the last three games against Illinois, Iowa and Purdue.
Rated 13th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “Runs
patterns at great speed. Great burst in patterns. He can burst inside and
be wide open on the first break as the CB retreats. Uncoverable on the
double move. Lines up at Split End and Flanker. He will line up in the
slot and get open outside.
“Runs a nice Dig to get wide open over the
middle. Great hands catcher, who would turn and catch the ball behind him
by his back shoulder pad, and still reach back and snag it with his
hands. He does not let the passes get into his body. Runs a nice
inside-out pattern to get open at the marker easily. Terrific running
after the catch.”
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CAREER: Caught at least one pass in all 31
games (fifth in school history) he played in and made 147 receptions
(sixth in school history) for 2,395 yards (sixth in school history) and
19 touchdowns (fifth in school history) • recorded ten 100-yard receiving
games (fourth in school history) • in 2019, totaled 301 combined
receiving yards against Penn State (203 yards) and Iowa (98 yards), which
was the fifth most receiving yards in consecutive games in school history
• owns top two Minnesota receiving games in TCF Bank Stadium history
(2019 Penn State with a stadium record 203 yards and 2019 Wisconsin with
2020 • JUNIOR SEASON: Played
in five games and caught 36 passes for 472 yards and two touchdowns •
averaged 94.40 receiving yards per game. Game-by-Game: Caught nine passes
for 101 yards against Michigan • made five catches for 62 yards at
Maryland • made a career high 10 receptions for 139 yards and one
touchdown at Illinois • caught eight passes for 111 yards and one
touchdown against Iowa • made four receptions for 59 yards against Purdue.
Jaylen Waddle- 5-10, 182, Alabama, #17
01/2021: I think the injury hurts him more than
other people. He is a little short at 5-10. So the ability to stay
healthy means everything. This is similar to Jeudy and Ruggs. Only this
year Smith is more rounded WR and Waddle is the pure speed guy. Speed
kills. Ruggs stepped forward first this season, because of his elite
“First of all, the issue with injuries is
when a guy does practice, how does he respond to the workload,” Saban
said. “Sometimes if a guy practices one day and gets sore the next, you
can’t practice him the next day. So you just keep sort of trying to build
up his workload to where he might be able to play. So that’s a work in
progress right now. So you really can’t predict where he might be.”
Rated 13th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “Like
Donta Smith, when he got on the field he dominated. He is a smaller,
probably a Slot WR, in the NFL. When he gets the ball in his hands, he is
dynamic. He is field fast in the SEC. He could get lost in the shuffle in
this Draft next year. But he can play.
“He should be a starter this year (2020).
If he plays fulltime, like he did part time last season (2019), he will
be a 1st Round pick. I tend to put slot guys higher than most, because of
the Patriots system. Waddle would be a killer in the Pats system. Rare
speed. Great eyes and instincts with the ball in his hands.”
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Junior (2020): Dangerous
wideout and returner who is a threat to score every time he has the ball
in his hands ... owns three of the top-five longest scoring receptions in
Alabama history ... suffered a season-ending ankle injury against
Tennessee ... averaging 19.1 yards per catch for his career to rank
second on UA's list (minimum 100 catches) ... recorded 733 career punt
return yards to rank sixth in Alabama history ... leads all Crimson Tide
returners with a 19.3 yards per punt return average across his three
seasons, nearly six yards better than second place on the career list ...
selected as a second team All-SEC return specialist despite playing in
only half of the Tide's regular-season games ... totaled 621 all-purpose
yards as a junior to rank seventh in the SEC following his injury ...
averaged 139.2 yards per contest to lead UA and rank fourth nationally
... recorded a team-high 557 yards receiving, good for fourth in Division
I at the time of his injury ... eclipsed the 100-yard receiving marker in
all four games to start the season ... converted a first down or scored
on 20 of his 25 catches this season ... earned First Team Preseason
All-America recognition from ESPN.com, The Sporting News and USA Today
... named a second-teamer by the Associated Press and Walter Camp ...
selected to the watch lists for the Biletnikoff, Hornung and Maxwell
awards ... also tabbed to the preseason watch list for the Earl Campbell
Tyler Rose Award ... earned Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll recognition for
his play against Georgia ... named to the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award
Honorable Mention list following the Texas A&M game and the matchup
with the Bulldogs ... selected as one of the offensive players of the
week by the Alabama coaches for his performance at Missouri ... named a
special teams player of the week by the UA staff following the Texas
* Najee Harris- 6-2, 230, Alabama,
01/2021: Harris is the best RB I’ve seen in a long
time. A true freak of nature. Speed. Elusiveness. Relentless. Pitiless
power. Looks to hurt guys. Then makes them miss. Elite contact balance.
Get most of his yards after contact. Instantly makes any QB better. Great
running after the catch. He makes plays in the passing game. He was
somehow so much better in 2020.
Maybe my favorite player to watch. Fierce
Competitiveness. True workhorse. Fiery determination makes him the top
weapon in this Draft. Would have been the 1st Non-QB taken in the Draft
ten or so year ago. Make everyone in the Offense better with his brutal
attacks on the Defense. Fun to watch. I think he is slicker, quicker, and
better than Derrick Henry.
Rated 34th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “He is a
serious 1st Round talent who still has a lot of tread on his tires,
because of the Alabama system of having three or four top RB recruits on
the team every season. I’d take him in the 1st, but he is most likely to
drift into the 2nd Round because of position. I like him more than Josh
Jacobs. But, Harris will end up with a los more career carries at Alabama
“He was the most valuable weapon for the
Alabama QBs last season. He got in trouble and was suspended for the 1st quarter
of the first game. The Offense didn’t score until he got back in the
game. He can turn a play action into a vicious block that knocks the LB
off his feet.”
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Senior (2020): One
of the nation's top running back prospects who passed up on the NFL Draft
to return for his senior season ... the Crimson Tide's all-time leader
for total touchdowns in a career with 54 (44 rushing, 10 receiving) ...
Alabama's career leader for rushing scores with 44, surpassing the previous record
of 42 by Mark Ingram and Derrick Henry ... totaled 3,764 career rushing yards to
rank atop the Alabama all-time list ... ranks second in single-season
ranks for rushing scores with 24 as a senior ... recorded 13 100-plus
yard games in his career, including six as a junior and six this season
(206 at Ole Miss; 152 vs. Georgia; 119 vs. Mississippi State; 145 at LSU; 178 vs. Florida; 125 vs.
Notre Dame) ... Doak Walker Award winner, presented annually to the
nation's top running back ... unanimous first team All-American (AFCA,
Associated Press, FWAA, The Sporting News, Walter Camp) ... also earned
first team All-America honors from CBS Sports and ESPN.com ... second
team All-America selection by Pro Football Focus and USA Today ... selected as a
semifinalist for the Maxwell Award ... first team All-SEC honoree by both
the AP and the league coaches ... named to the SEC Community Service Team
... finalist for the Jason Witten Man of the Year ... leads the nation in
total touchdowns (27) and rushing touchdowns (24) in addition to scoring
(162) ... tops in the SEC and third in Division I for rushing yards at
1,387 ... totaled two or more rushing touchdowns in eight of 12 contests
with at least one score in 10 games this season ... added 36 receptions
for 346 yards and three touchdowns to his senior totals ... converted a
first down or scored a touchdown on 21 of his receptions ... totaled
1,733 all-purpose yards in 2020 to average 144.4 per game ... named a
Second Team Preseason All-American by four separate outlets, including
the AP, TSN, USA Today and Walter Camp ... tabbed to the Doak Walker
Award Watch List ... also selected to the Maxwell Award Watch List ...
Maxwell Player of the Week honoree following Ole Miss ... also picked up
offensive player of the week accolades from the SEC and Walter Camp
following the matchup with the Rebels ... the 2020 SEC Championship Game
MVP ... earned offensive player of the week recognition from the Alabama
coaches for his play at Ole Miss, against Auburn, at LSU and against
Florida in Atlanta. Missouri: Matched his career-high mark with three
rushing touchdowns as part of his big day ... carried 17 times for 98
yards while adding two receptions for eight yards against the Tigers.
Travis Etienne- 5-10, 205, Clemson, #9
01/2021: While Najee has the power to hurt
defenders, Etienne has the speed to hurt defenses. He is also a great
weapon in the passing game. Just dump it off to him in the Flat, and
watch his speed hurt the defense. Elite on Wheel routes. As the NFL moves
further and further away from RBs, smart teams can use that against them
by running the ball. Just look at the New England Pathetics, who won a
game when Cam Newton threw for 84 yards and 2 INTs, because of the run
He is the best speed runner in this Draft,
just wind him up outside and watch him go. He is also great in screens.
Just watch defense move back in coverage, and slip him the ball
underneath and watch seek and destroy the Defense. He is also great in
blitz pick up. Very adept in pass pro, gives a good hit and grabs shirt.
He also gives a great chip to D-ends on play action. Then can get open
Rated 20th in the Guys I Just
Don’t See Declaring section 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “He is
listed as 5-pounds lighter this season. One of my favorite players from
last season. He really took a step up in speed, power, and acceleration.
Improved in passing game as well. Fastest RB in this Draft. Rare speed
that destroys defenses.
“LSU: He is great in the passing
game. Clemson throws him the ball on every down in every way. When he
turns and runs after the catch, the opposing HC’s heart skips a beat. He
is so fast that a lot of people lose track of how strong a runner he is.
He runs through tackle and defenders in almost every run.”
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Burst onto the scene as one of the nation’s
most explosive running backs in 2017 and followed up with record-breaking
2018 and 2019 campaigns as a sophomore and junior … entered 2020 with 518
career carries for 4,038 yards (7.8 avg.) with a school- and ACC-record
56 rushing touchdowns plus 54 career receptions for 567 yards and six
receiving touchdowns in 43 career games (30 starts) … enters 2020 as the
Clemson and ACC career leader in rushing touchdowns (56), total
touchdowns (60) and points by a non-kicker (372) and will open the 2020
season as the nation’s active leader in each category plus career rushing
yards (4,038) … back-to-back ACC Player of the Year in 2018 and 2019 who
became the first running back to win the award in consecutive years since
Mike Voight in 1975-76 … is the only player in school history with
multiple 1,500-yard rushing seasons and is one of only 16 Power Five
players since 2000 to reach the 1,500-yard mark in multiple seasons.
2020: Doak Walker Award finalist … Maxwell
Award semifinalist … Walter Camp Player of the Year semifinalist … named
as a first-team All-American as an all-purpose honoree by the Associated
Press and ESPN … second-team All-America selection by The Athletic and
USA Today … named first-team All-ACC as both a running back and an
all-purpose selection … second-team All-ACC pick at running back and
all-purpose according to the AP … rushed 17 times for 102 yards and a
touchdown and caught three passes for 47 yards at Wake Forest … with his
18th career 100-yard rushing performance in that game, broke Wayne Gallman’s
Clemson record for career 100-yard rushing games (17 from 2014-16).
Ronnie Perkins- 6-3, 247, Oklahoma, #7
01/2021: Nice speed
on the Edge. Productive. You put him in a game and he gets pressures, hurries,
and sacks. Great hands turning the corner to hit the QB. Great get off
and speed in rush. Plays mean. Tenacious. Relentless. All out all the
time guy. Good upper body strength. Gets under pads.
an important leader for us, and just his presence there was very
HC Lincoln Riley said. “That really contributed to an excited
sideline, and it was just really good for so many of our young guys in
Terrific get off. Nice jab with his inside
hand that allows him to turn the corner sack the QB. Natural bender. Can
use leverage. Great first two steps, and low and under the OLT. Motor run
fast. Pure pass rush ability. Always attacking the Edge. Fits in a 3-4 as
well. Fun to watch. Like to get in the QB’s head. Always looking to get
Rated 135th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings.
2020: An All-Big 12 Second Team
selection by league coaches and an Academic All-Big 12 Second Team
honoree … has played in last five games and started last four … has
totaled 21 tackles (14 solo, seven assists) with 9.5 tackles for loss
(totaling 46 yards), 5.5 sacks and six QB hurries … registered three
tackles (two solo) and 1.5 sacks in Big 12 Championship win vs. Iowa
State (12/19) … notched five tackles (three solo), 1.5 tackles for loss
and a half-sack vs. Baylor (12/5) … tallied five stops (three solo) with
3.0 for loss and 2.0 sacks vs. Oklahoma State (11/21) en route to Big 12
Defensive Player of the Week honors … notched four tackles (two solo)
with 1.5 sacks vs. Kansas (11/7) … registered four solo tackles (2.0 for
loss) in his first game of season at Texas Tech (10/31).
Patrick Jones- 6-5, 260, Pittsburgh, #15
01/2021: Terrific bend. Fast to the QB. Has a
lower stance, to use his explosive legs, than anyone I’ve seen. Quick.
Sudden. Relentless. Loves to hit QBs. Underrated. Wins fast or struggles
to use his hands. Needs to improve second and third moves in rush.
Physically he has it all. Good size. Looks the part. Has nice long arms.
“I really think he’s getting better every
week. I still think there’s room for him to grow. There are things we’re
working on every day from a technique standpoint. I still think his
ceiling is higher,” Charlie
Partridge said. “I love how coachable he is. How he really strains to
get better. That’s why I think he’s got a ways to go in terms of what
he’s going to be able to accomplish this year.”
Very serious dude. Hard working dude. He
takes football very seriously, and is constantly trying to improve. He
has the blast off and speed to turn the Corners to the QB in the NFL.
Plays in Odd and Even fronts. Should be better when unleashed on the Edge
and can use his explosion and speed more.
Rated 94th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “Good
size speed and power. Fast and aggressive. He likes when things get
physical. Plays at a different speed than the rest of the Pitt D-line.
Wins with a great blast off to take the outside shoulder of the OT. Plays
both sides. He will play 4 or 5 Tech in Odd fronts and shoot the Gap.
Plays inside too much to get on the field.
“Nice quick slip Swim move inside to sack
the QB. He can win with his get off and speed running the Arc. Good Dip
and helmet butt to get under the OT and get to the QB. He can use his
hands and feet together but needs to use his hands and long arms more
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2020: Earned consensus All-America
status…selected a first team All-American by official NCAA selectors
Sporting News and the Walter Camp Football Foundation...also garnered
second-team All-America accolades from the American Football Coaches
Association (AFCA), Associated Press and CBS Sports…first team
All-ACC…named a semifinalist for the Bednarik Award and Lott Impact
Trophy (both awarded to the national defensive player of the
year)…started all 11 contests…compiled 44 tackles, 13 tackles for loss,
nine sacks and a fumble recovery on the season…led the ACC and ranked
fifth in the nation in total sacks…finished his career with 22 sacks to
rank 12th all-time at Pitt…named the Bednarik Award National Defensive
Player of the Week and also earned the ACC’s weekly defensive lineman
honor after collecting a career-high three sacks with six total tackles
in a 23-20 win over No. 24 Louisville…also was named the ACC Defensive
Lineman of the Week for his three-sack performance at Boston College…had
two sacks at Clemson…matched his career-high with seven tackles at
Georgia Tech…recovered a fumble against Virginia Tech…voted a Pitt
captain by his teammates…invited to play in the prestigious Reese’s
Senior Bowl all-star game.
Kwity Paye- 6-4, 272, Michigan, #19
01/2021: He will get taken out by the crack back,
eyeing down the RB. Not always aware. Great blast off when lined up at
D-end, and he isn’t peeking into the backfield. He will play 5-Tech in
Odd Fronts. He will stand up at OLB in odd fronts as well. Tall. Strong.
Athletic. Looks the part. Not just a pure edge guy.
"He's improved tremendously. He's
always been a good pass rusher, but he's taken his pass rush game to
another level," Michigan
DL Coach Shaun Nua said. "Following some of the top NFL guys,
whatever Zoom meetings they have, he'll jump in, being able to talk about
different stuff. Coach Brown has provided a lot of guys with a lot of
sacks, and we all see that. We will put him in all the best positions to
execute and get to the quarterback."
He was voted team captain by his teammate.
Big, has length, and is powerful, but has the speed and hands to run the
Arc. He is not going to win with pure speed and explosion. But his
strength and savvy show up in the rush. Great size for a D-end.
Versatile. Can rush from the inside and out. Needs to find the QB more.
"He can physically do things that I
wish I could do. I lie to them so much, ‘I used to do that. I used to do
this.' But you watch it, like just the weights, the balance and to
combine that with the intelligence that he has for the game, it's just at
a different level,” coach Nua said. “It's good to be part of it and to have
a role to continue to enhance it, to get it better. That's what a freak
is: someone who can do a lot of things that the majority of people can't
Rated 128th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “CAREER
HIGHS: Tackles: 10, at Penn State (Oct. 19, 2019). Solos: 5, at Maryland (Nov. 2, 2019).
Assists: 7, at Penn State (Oct.
19, 2019). TFLs: 3.5, vs. Rutgers (Sept. 28, 2019). Sacks: 2.5, vs. Iowa
(Oct. 5, 2019). •R: 1, vs. Army (Sept. 7, 2019).
“At Michigan: Has appeared in 38
games in his Michigan career with 20 starts along the defensive line. Two-time
All-Big Ten honoree (second team, coaches, 2019; third team, media, 2019;
honorable mention, media, 2018). Co-recipient of the Richard Katcher
Award (2019) with Aidan Hutchinson. Three-time Academic All-Big Ten
honoree (2018-19-20). Three-year letterman (2017-18-19).”
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----Space Station Cronus
ticks around the planet Earth like an elementary school clock.
slower, Wilbur tells himself. -Its mission is as important as it
is dangerous. Like in elementary school, its lesson is about letters.
Here? It’s about a single letter: C.
----"Time is always
relevant,” Wil says. “Especially with the pull of gravity.”
-----E=mc2? I don’t even
know what that means? I hate E=mc2,” Wil complains to himself. -I
know what is means. It means you strap an atomic bomb to my butt, point
me at the sun, and set it off. E = mc2 means my butt times Catastrophe.
-----All’s I ever wanted
was to be a jet pilot, and crash through sound with a boom, he whines
to himself some more. -Who knew that being a space traveler was akin
to being locked in an abandoned timeshare with two horrible nerds for two
-----C was Einstein’s
letter for the speed of light. It has also been revised to mean mankind’s
path to space and time travel, Jane tells herself. -Time slows as
you approach the speed of light, and that is seen as a means to travel
into the future. As you approach C. Say .9C, time slows and you can
travel greater distances and astronauts will age less than half of planet
Earth’s rate of time. Not really the glamorous time travel you
in movies, but more of the long arduous thousand-mile hike down the
Appalachian trail. Where you start at the top end of the America and end up
in a completely different time when you emerge back into civilization at
the other end. The months of hiking the winding trails takes you not just
though the great forests that breathes life into the planet Earth, but
through time as well.
-----Space Station Cronus winds and winds around and
around the Earth, at a slower pace than all those earthlings still stuck on
the trails of the planet Earth. It winds and winds like a wristwatch, and
just like a wrist watch it will eventually stop winding, Jane tells
herself, -When it does however, it will crash to Earth in a fiery mass
of trash. But for right now, it is the wind in the sails of human
advancement. For the past 5 months, 3 weeks, 5 days and 7 hours it has held
an astronaut and two scientists who are traveling around Earth as they
attempt to break Einstein’s contradictory C. Which makes Space Station
Cronus the most expensive and advanced piece of technology ever created by
man. Except of course for Einstein One attached to the its’ starboard port.
-----I truly love being a jet pilot, Wilbur tells
himself. –The joy of the thrust through the sound barrier is literally
poetry in motion. Will never really wanted to be an Astronaut. He just
wanted to go to Mars. -But space travel has been a brain breaking bore.
-----On space station Cronus, they sit…. And sit…. And
sit…. That is the reality of space travel. To sit…. And sit…. And sit….
He joined the Air Force and became a pilot at the youngest age ever, having
fudged his records to join up at 16. He used his older brother’s birth
certificate, high school diploma, and Community College diploma to get
signed up. His official name is now Wilbur Tones. A name he can never share
with anyone or he will lose everything he has achieved in his entire life.
However, everyone calls him Bill. But his friends still call him Wil. He
had to create a fake persona to become Wil. he found that he hid behind his
imaged image of his brother too much. He is an Astronaut now.
-----Maybe it is time to finally be myself. Though he
no longer knows who that is. He has three or four shades of himself and his
brother that he slides in and out of like a ghoul. -My soul is a ghost
hidden inside the stolen memories of my brother, like a wight siphoning
life out of its’ victim…
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Christian Darrisaw- 6-5, 324, Virginia Tech, #77
01/2021: He has the athleticism to play OLT in the
NFL. Great base battling DTs and 5-Techs in the rush. The bigger and
stronger the DL, the better he plays against him. He can slide back quick
past the QB, and shove the blitzing DB past the QB. He can kickslide way
back outside to the second blitzer. Terrific foot athlete. Knows how to
use his long arms and hands in pass pro.
"I started to kind of question myself
at times. Is no one seeing what I’m seeing? How? It was one of those
things where I got to trust my eval and trusting the process. It ended up
working out for us.” V-Tech
WR coach Holmon Wiggins said. “It got to a point where I was like
this dude is a no-brainer. We knew he was going to be a little green from
the standpoint of playing the position. But he’s big. He’s athletic. He’s
strong. And when he starts to figure it out it can be scary how good he
Great position to pick up the fake blitzer.
Then shift and block the DE. Sneaky getting outside on the screen. He can
destroy the DB on the 2nd level. He can flash some heavy hands on the
outside blitzer. But his hands are not consistently heavy. Great side
step to cut off the great inside move. Extremely difficult to beat him to
the outside shoulder.
“I’d been singing his praises since his
sophomore year,” Caesar Nettles said. “He was always competing against
four or five FBS level defensive ends or linebackers, so he had really
good film. I was kind of shocked by some of the people in the area [not
offering]. He really could have benefited a lot of those programs.”
2020: Has started all six games at LT ...
Earned ACC OL of the Week honors after helping the Hokies rush for 324
yards at Duke (10/3) .
2019: Started all 13 games at left tackle …
Was named to the PFF College ACC Team of the Week after Tech racked up a
34-17 win vs. North Carolina (10/12) … Earned a spot on the PFF College
ACC Team of the Week after the Hokies produced 470 yards of total offense
in a 36-17 win vs. No. 22 Wake Forest (11/9) … Named to the PFF College
National Team of the Week after Tech amassed 461 yards of total offense
in a 45-0 win at Georgia Tech (11/16).
Chris Olave- 6-1, 188, Ohio State, #2
01/2021: He has that nose for the Endzone. He
garnered 12 TDs in 2019. Plays special teams. He is a great smooth WR, but he will hop up to catch
the ball sometimes. Which usually means he doesn’t completely trust
his hands. Great sideline WR. Great body control to go up and sneak
one foot inbounds to make a catch.
“We had the two best scout players in the
country that year,” Hauser
said. He checks off all the boxes when you start thinking about
superlatives for a young man in high school,” he said. “Just super kind,
super respectful, easy to coach, a great teammate. He knew he was super
talented yet didn’t carry him himself that way.”
dive out like a ballerina and extend out and grab the ball and get one
foot back inbounds. Great acceleration to 2nd level. Confident player.
Terrific route runner. Good contact balance after the catch. Pled in a
Prostyle Offense, if there is such a thing anymore. Blocks well. Quick
footed. Uncovers quickly.
Rated 45th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “Olave
might be my favorite WR in this Draft. Big strong and fast. He became
their Number One WR. Plays on the QB’s right. Nice release off the LOS.
Reaches out and catches the ball away from his body. Looked like the
Number One WR last season, even though they had three WRs drafted from
“He can change speed in pattern. Draws a
lot of attention from DBs, which leaves other guys open in the Redzone.
They had him run a lot of longer patterns. Good runner after the catch.
Nice spin move away from the QB right after the catch. Soft hands. He can
get open deep over the top on the Post. Good size.”
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Ohio State Overview: Blossomed
into one of the Big Ten and nation’s top wide receivers as a true
sophomore in 2019, finishing as the team leader in receiving yards (849),
yards per catch (17.3) and touchdowns (12). Member of the 2020
Biletnikoff Award Preseason Watch List. Caught at least one pass in 13 of
14 games during the 2019 season. Made his mark on special teams, too,
blocking a punt vs. Indiana. Was a third-team All-Big Ten selection by
both the coaches and media. Had a career-high 139 yards receiving on four
catches against Rutgers. Hauled in two TD receptions versus Northwestern,
Wisconsin and Miami (Ohio). Caught a critical 28-yard touchdown in the
fourth quarter of a 28-17 Big Ten East Division clinching win over Penn
State. Named a champion a team-high 11 times in 2019 and was the Player
of the Game following a win over Miami (Ohio). Was a difference-maker as
a true freshmen for the Buckeyes in 2018, making a name for himself as a
big-play wide receiver and on special teams. After catching two passes
over the first nine games, Olave hauled in 10 catches for 178 yards and
three touchdowns in the final five contests. On one of the biggest stages
in college football, Olave caught two touchdowns and blocked a punt that
led to a touchdown in the 62-39 win over No. 4 Michigan. A week later in
the Big Ten championship game, Olave had a career-high five catches for
79 yards and a TD to help the Buckeyes defeat No. 21 Northwestern, 45-24.
He finished the year with a final stat line of 12 catches for 197 yards,
three touchdowns and a 14.1 yards-per-catch average.
Rasheed Walker- 6-6, 310, Rs-Soph, Penn State, #53
01/2021: Great shadow. Great job getting low and
wide and sliding back to the Edge in perfect position with the Edge, like
his shadow. He doesn’t even need to use his hands some times. But has a
nice rhythm of jabbing and shoving as he moves back. Very quick feet.
Likes to typewriter his feet moving backwards, which allows instant
adjustments to the rush.
“He is athletic. He has great feet. He is
strong and has a great punch. You can tell that he is nasty and tries to
finish his blocks,” PSU
O-Coach Phil Trautwein said. “For a young talent, I’m excited to get
him and mold him into what he wants to be.”
He will slide out too wide and get shoved
back in space and open up the inside gate. Sometimes needs to slow his
slide to match the rusher. He has a little twitch moving forward in run
game, but is more of a smooth and steady mover going backwards. Good
quick adjustments in mirror.
Keeps his hands low and tight, so he is
always shoving up. Light hands. Needs to be more forceful with his hands.
He will lower his head a little to give a heavier hit sometimes. He has
the athleticism, feet and hips to ne an OLT in the NFL. But still needs
work. Nice job impacting the rusher. Then turning an bailing to shove him
past the QB.
2020: REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON: Made
seven starts at left tackle. At Indiana (10/24): Helped the Nittany Lion
offense to gain 488 yards, including 250 on the ground...Led the way for
Penn State to convert 27 first downs...Protected Sean Clifford as he
threw for 238 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for a career-high
119 yards and a score...Paved the way for a 14-yard touchdown rush by
Devyn Ford. Ohio State (10/31): Led the way for the Nittany Lions to gain
325 yards...Allowed Sean Clifford to throw for 281 yards and three
touchdowns. Maryland (11/7): Aided the Penn State offense to gain 434
yards...Helped Sean Clifford as he threw for 340 yards and three
touchdowns. at Nebraska (11/14): Paved the way for the Nittany Lions to
gain 501 yards, including 245 on the ground...Helped Penn State to tie
season-highs with 30 first downs and 52 rushing attempts...Aided Devyn
Ford to find the end zone on a 5-yard run and helped Keyvone Lee score on
a 31-yard rush...Protected Will Levis as he threw for 219 yards. Iowa
(11/21): Protected Will Levis and Sean Clifford as they threw for a
combined 280 yards...Aided Keyvone Lee to find the endzone on a 6-yard
rush. at Michigan (11/28): Helped the Nittany Lions rush to a season-high
254 yards on the ground, the most since the 2019 Cotton Bowl...Helped
Keyvone Lee rush for 134 yards...Aided Keyvone Lee, Sean Clifford and
Will Levis to rushing touchdowns...Paved the way for 50 total rushing
attempts and four rushes over 20 yards...Helped the offense to total 417
yards for its fourth 400-plus yard game of the season. at Rutgers (12/5):
Paved the way for the Nittany Lions to rush for 248 yards, their fourth
245-plus yard rushing game of the season...The offense had 57 rushing
attempts, the second most in the James Franklin era.
Creed Humphrey- 6-5, 300? Oklahoma, #56
01/2021: He is the best interior O-linemen in this
Draft, period. It’s really not even close. Powerful dude. Powerful hands.
Elite balance, and contact balance. Elite hands made for blocking and
grabbing shirt. Unstoppable. Unmovable, Unforgiving. A stonewall infront
of the QB. You cannot dig him out.
Great base. Easily slides outside. He is the two time
Big-12 O-linemen of the Year. Stones guys on the 2nd level. Terrific at
misdirection. He can snap it and get outside and seal the 5-Tech on the
edge. He is not just a big strong OL, dude can move outside, to either
side, and block the D-ends. I would bever draft an OC in the 1st. I would
draft him in a second.
Rated 94th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “One of
the best blockers I have ever seen. Guys don’t rush his lane, which is
hard for a Defense to do against an OC. He will be my top-rated OC again
this year. He sometimes blocks guys with one arm and stands there as the
NT is unable to move.
rarely misreads anything. Stuffs one DT. Then picks up the other DT on
the stunt, and stuffs him instantly. Strong. Leveraged. Powerful. He can
slide outside and stuff the Edge rusher on a trick play. He looks like he
is ready for the NFL already.”
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2020: Named Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the
Year … a first-team All-Big 12 pick by league’s head coaches and media …
an Academic All-Big 12 Second Team honoree … has started all 10 games at
center … has not allowed a sack on 373 pass plays according to PFF.
2019: A second-team All-American by AP,
FWAA, Sporting News and Walter Camp Foundation ... one of three finalists
for Rimington Trophy (nation's top center) ... selected as Big 12
Co-Offensive Lineman of the Year by league's coaches ... a first-team
All-Big 12 selection by coaches and media ... an Academic All-Big 12
Second Team honoree ... started all 14 games at center ... registered 93
knockdowns and did not allow a sack in his 799 plays.
6-3, 305, Northwestern, #70
01/2021: Terrific Feet moving backwards. He played
OLT at Northwestern. People think he does have long enough arms to play
OLT in the NFL. But he has everything else. He might have to move inside
because of his short arms. But he is athletic and strong enough to play
He did a great job against Chase Young.
Great strong hands to clamp on the rusher’s shirt. He is as strong as any
OL in this Draft. You cannot bully him. Great contact balance moving
backwards. Love everything about his game except his size and arm length.
Very smart. Great feel for position moving backwards.
Rated 94th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “Good COD
when he moves forward in run games and the D-end goes upfield. He can
stop and turn quick and jam him out of the play quick. Bursts forward and
seals the OLB as fast as I’ve seen. He has the athleticism to play in the
NFL. Arm length will be everything for him at the Combine.
“Smart decision maker. He will line up a
little further outside when the DE goes wide-9, in a two-point stance.
Smooth kickslide back. Mirrors the big D-end with quicks an aggression.
Reminds me of Isiah Wynn.”
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2020: Preseason All-America recognition from
Phil Steele and Athlon Sports ... Earned preseason First Team All-Big Ten
honors (Phil Steele) ... Outland Trophy watch list ... Highest-graded returning Big Ten
offensive tackle according to PFF ... Highest-graded run blocker among
Big Ten returners (PFF) ... Graded No. 2 by PFF among returning Power
Five offensive tackles.
2019: Consensus honorable mention All-Big
Ten ... Started and appeared in 11 games at the left tackle position ...
Allowed zero sacks, one QB hit, and five QB hurries, totaling just six QB
pressures in 11 games ... Made 30 consecutive starts on the offensive
line before missing NU's game at Nebraska (Oct. 5) ... Started 37 games
in his career ... Named NU's
offensive player of the week vs. Ohio State (Oct. 18) and Iowa (Oct. 26)
... Academic All-Big Ten.
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah- 6-1
1/2", 215, Notre Dame
01/2021: Top on field speed. Elite hitter. Amazing
job covering the slot WR 3rd down. He showed he can make the play in the
clutch. He had the first Sack against Clemson, with a blitz up the gut,
that led to the win in overtime. I underrated him. He is an elite athlete
and football player. He is going in the 1st Round.
“When the caliber of play stepped up, his
play stepped up to a level where we really saw him almost stand out
against the really top performing teams. He brings his best against the
Kelly said. “I think that’s how you measure great players is at what
level do they play. Competitive greatness is always measured about the
great players play their best against those types of teams and I think
that’s where we started to see his separation and ascension as a football
Great football intelligence. Great eyes and
instinct. Flows faster to the ball than any LB I’ve seen. Tough In
coverage. He can rough up the RB in coverage. Makes play on the other
side of the line. Physical abilities still out weight production. But he is
fun to watch.
Rated 98th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “He will
play with his hands down in even fronts and rush the QB. When he guesses
the snap, he can sack the QB in a flash. He had that knack for getting to
the QB in the rush. I think his position is officially Irish Rover (you
gotta be Irish to get that on;-). He looks and plays bigger and stronger
than his listed height and weight.
“He really plays is a 4-3 OLB. Shifty.
Fast. Plays with strength and leverage. Great powerful hands. He can
manhandle players listed a lot bigger than he is. Long arms. Speed to
power. Good rusher. Better moving forward. He can destroy the TE and get
to the RB catching the swing pass behind the line.”
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SEASON (2020): Started and led the Irish with nine tackles (six solo),
also adding a sack (-6 yards), two TFL (-9 yards) and a forced fumble,
which was the first turnover of the season after breaking the ball loose
from Duke’s Jalon Calhoun in the third quarter, in the season-opening win
vs. Duke (9/12). Started and posted a tackle in the 52-0 win vs.
South Florida (9/19). Started and posted five tackles (three solo), 2.0
TFL (-10 yards) and one QBH in the win vs. Florida State (10/10), several
being impact plays. Started and led the Irish defense in TFL with 2.0 vs.
Louisville (10/17). Started and posted a tackle and his first-career
interception in the 45-3 win at Pitt (10/24). Started and posted five
tackles (three solo), one off the team-leading figure of six, in the
31-13 win at Georgia Tech (10/31).
*Wyatt Davis- 6-3,
315, Ohio State, Rs-Jr, #52
01/2021: He is a guy you can run behind. They like to run behind him. When Fields takes off, he
likes to go straight behind him. Good power moving backwards to absorb the
big hit by the inside rusher, and steer him past the QB. Topnotch contact
balance. Great punch to jar defenders. Effective pulling. Plays low,
strong, and leveraged.
“He’s one of the juice guys of the
OC Kevin Wilson said. “He plays very hard. He plays very tough. But
he brings a little bit of energy. He brings a little bit of a voice.”
Nice quicks and feet hoping around the OC
to hit the LB on the other side. Slides inside easily to hit the DT. Then
slides back outside to stuff the 5-Tech on the stunt. He gives cracks to
the blitzes inside and stops them cold. Looks the part, and can play the
part. Consistently gets movement in run game.
Rated 41st in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “Davis
is an excellent OG, who said he was thinking about declaring for the 2020
Draft. So it looks like he will be gone after this season. Brutal inside
dude. Turns every rush into a fight. Plays Right Guard. Likes to grab
shirt and push up. Likes to lower his head and impact the DT with his
“Nice puncher in pass pro. He can shake the DT’s head with a
punch. He can absorb the great hit by the great DT that knacks his head
and shoulders back. Then instantly recovers like nothing happened. Top
notch power, balance, leverage and strength. When they don’t rush his
lane, he will turn outside and hammer the DE.”
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Ohio State Overview: Blossomed
as a third-year sophomore in 2019, starting all 14 games and was
recognized as one of the best interior linemen in the country. With Davis
and the rest of the offensive line leading the way, Ohio State finished
No. 3 in the country in scoring offense (46.9 points/game), No. 5 in
rushing offense (266.7 yards/game) and No. 4 in total offense (529.9
yards/game). Ascended into a starting role over the final two games of
the 2018 season and then started all 14 games in 2019. Named a champion
by the Ohio State coaching staff 10 times in 2019, third most on the
team. Was the Player of the Game following a 28-17 win over Penn State is
which the Buckeyes ran for 229 yards and two touchdowns against one the
nation’s top rush defenses. Played in all 14 games as a redshirt freshman
in 2018 for Ohio State and logged 241 plays on offense, plus another 106
on special teams. Has been a part of three Big Ten East Division
title-winning teams, three Big Ten championships, Sugar and Rose Bowl
victories and a College Football Playoff berth. Is majoring in
6’, 190, Oklahoma State, #2
01/2021: Miami went out of their way to double him
whenever possible. He can make the elite adjustment to the tipped ball
that pops up ten yards short. Very smart. Knows where the marker is and
fights to get there. When he gets hot he is unstoppable. Fierce
competitor. Knows how to run patterns to get wide open.
running after the catch. They’ll throw it to him short, just so they can
watch him run after the catch. He has the speed and hands to do some
damage in the NFL. Great speed WR in a wacky spread system. He can be
unstoppable in games sometimes. Great hands. Catches everything.
Rated 31st in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings.
“He suffered a devastating knee injury and that cost him the 2018 season.
So, he decided to stay for his senior season at OK ST. Fast and quick in
pattern. Plays in a spread system. Dynamic and tough in the open field.
“He knows how to get open after the pattern, when
the QB takes off. He can make the great adjustment to the ball diving out
and caching it with his great hands in the air. He can beat the double
team over the top and dive out and catch it with two CBs chasing him.”
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rightfully earned a spot among the best and most feared receivers in
college football ... Ranks third among active FBS players with 2,512
career receiving yards and is second with 20 career receiving touchdowns
… Has 11 games with 100 or more receiving yards in the last two seasons.
(Junior): Midseason All-America
honoree by The Athletic ... Earned second-team All-Big 12 status despite
missing half of the conference season to injury ... Averaged 112.9
receiving yards per game to rank fourth in the FBS and first among all
receivers from Power Five conferences before sustaining a season-ending
injury in practice in week nine ... His 903 yards through eight games led
the Big 12 and his eight receiving touchdowns ranked second ... His
season average of 112.9 receiving yards per game led the Big 12.
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By Tom Mahoney
On the Western Isles life on
the planet Marr grew cheap, and when life is cheap corpses coagulate
quickly. At first the Western Isles were isolated., but the slaughter
there in many ways was worse. The western Isles are a series of islands
at the Eastern end of the Twelve Empires. It is a hot land of dark skins
humans who have faced the Caribbean sun since the First Wizard War. It is
a land of skulls and bones. Is a series of Isles that have warred with
each since the extinction of the Scientists-Wizards. Sun-bleached
skeletons still litter the countryside as a reminder of conquest after
conquest that has gone on continually. On Phthimar, on Antmar, on
Ithimar, whenever one of the Isles got lucky and an abundance of wealth
grew, it always turned to conquest. On Mithkar, on Athamar, on Spardar, since
before the Atomic-Magic destroyed the sovereignty of man, when a dominant
warrior meets with Wizards they seized control of an isle. Then their
minions followed him across the green seas to seize others’ isles. It was
the re-dawn of man. Whilst the other Eleven Empires drew together to
battle the monsters, demons, and fiends unleashed when the Scientist
pierced a hole in the soul of the world, the peoples of the Western Isles
fought each other, constantly.
They brought the phalanx back to the world. They
in battle. Because they were city-states of
Argonauts. As the fish returned to the Argomar Sea that surrounded all the
isles, they became sailors, pirates and traders first and foremost. They also
learned to be fierce warriors on land, as it seemed every fifty years a
dominating warrior would bring them to war. They used their ships to
invade, but eventually their wars were fought on land. They were warriors
of bronze, the metal that reflected the sun most honestly and brilliantly
in tribute to Chinimar. Who was once called Apollomar, the God of the Sun.
They were a class of warriors who fought with round shields, spears, and
short curved swords. They were as proficient as fighting on land as well as
sea. They fought as single tight units, like ants. Ants are the only other
creatures that fight in tight formations…
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