The 2021

Player Ratings.

Day 2: Part I.

2021 NFL

Mock Draft

Part III



2021 Patriots Mock Draft Part III.

This is such a tough, near impossible, year to judge the Draft. I think you are going to see wacky inconsistencies on Draft, from what we see from Mocks. So many players didn’t play last season to had shorten seasons. I spent what seem like an hour looking at lists of players and who to put in next. So I decided to go with my core belief, go with who I like.

It is only natural that Mock Drafts become more and more alike as group think moves in. However, I like to be as independent and different as I can be. Not that my Mocks and Player Ratings are so much better, but because each and every NFL Team has a different Board. And the Pats are the most famous for having a very different, very small Board. If you look at my Board and wonder why it is so different and don’t like it? Then you don’t understand the Draft.

When someone tells me my Player Ratings suck? Then I know I’m doing something right. So I got to 2nd Round and struggled to find who to put in next. So instead of going into group think (I have my Mocks and Player ratings I like to study as well;) and into what everyone expects? I went overboard with the players whose Tape I like.


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.





Rondale Moore- 5-9, 180, Purdue, #4,


01/2021: Moore is a rocket. But he is a tiny rocket. His height and weight will be everything for him at the Combine. He is too small with small hands. He is a body-catcher that really makes me worry about his hands. But he is fast. He is Tyreek Hill fast. If everything goes perfect for him he can be a smaller Tyreek Hill.

“He’s different,” Purdue’s WR coach JaMarcus Shephard said. “He’s just different in terms of how you’d expect a freshman to come in and approach a football game and approach his life here on campus. He’s approached it like he’s a fifth-year senior. That, to me, is what’s really setting him apart right now.”

This has been the toughest year to evaluate players. I’m not very high on Moore. But man, I love this kid last year when I was watching 2019 Tape to build the Player Ratings. Now? I have no idea? It seems I’ve watched half the players in the top two rounds half as much as I normally do.

“You’re seeing his professionalism, his attitude, his approach to all these things,” David Blough said. “The scary thing about it is he’s just scratching the surface with understanding the coverages and understanding the plays and the purposes of each and every one of them. Why we’re in certain personnel (groupings) to put him in certain matchups and how he can work those things.”

But everything never goes perfect. But when he is on the field Defenders have to take notice, and Defenses have to change. They have to keep Safeties back a little. Which opens things up in for RBs and TEs. He offers as much dynamic enticements, as he does worries. That is why I think he slips to the 2nd Round.

Rated 36th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “He is another little Slot guy who would be dynamite in the Pats system. Now we don’t really know what we got at QB with Newton and Stidham, but Moore can play. He is so dynamic with the ball in his hands, that they run End-arounds and reverses to him just to get the ball om his hands.

“He will let the ball into his body to body-catch it too much. He needs to use his hands more consistently. That worries me. I might move him down a Round. But he is so dynamic after the catch. He will take the big hit by the LB and fumble it. Returned kick offs in 2018. He is so dynamic on the field, but damn he is small.”  Read More: Free On Amazon Prime.

2019: Academic All-Big Ten. Started four games. Had 29 receptions for 387 yards and two touchdowns. Returned nine kickoffs for 151 yards. Recorded 11 receptions for 124 yards and a touchdown at Nevada on Aug. 30. Had a season-high 13 receptions for a career-high 220 yards and a touchdown vs. Vanderbilt on Sept. 7. Finished with three receptions for 25 yards vs. TCU on Sept. 14. Tallied two catches for 18 yards vs. Minnesota on Sept. 28.).





**Christian Barmore- 6-5, 310, Alabama, RS-Soph, #58


It seems foolish having him in the 2nd Round after watching him get his pass-rushing Mojo back in the National Championship Game. When he is allowed to close his eyes and just rush, he hurts QBs. Stays and play low. Powerful hands and arms. Strong. He has that knack for taking the OLs shoulder and getting into the backfield. Good hands that could be great.

“He’s going to be something different. He’s too explosive. To be a young man that size, he’s too fast. His strength has improved, his endurance has improved. He’s going to be a tremendous asset to that whole defensive unit,” Troy Gore said. “The way that he can move laterally, the way that he can get upfield, his come-off, his first step is very fast. He’s going to have a huge impact on the success on that defense at Alabama, especially in the area of stopping the run, which Christian said they’ve got to do a little better this year. He’s going to improve big-time.”

It is still a Redshirt-Sophomore and could stay in school. But after that performance on the national stage, in the National Championship Game, it might have to strike while the kettle is hot. He has declared for the Draft. Natural passrusher. Low and leveraged. Played his best game in the biggest Game of the season.

Rated 67th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “When he gets the QB in his sights, he smacks him down. Big huge dude who devastates QBs when he tackles them. He looks bigger than his listed weight. Remarkable size, speed, strength combo, with terrific football skills, instincts and smarts.

“Started against Auburn. He garnered two tackles and a TFL. They like him on the Nose, Stacks on the play action and loses his momentum. Started against Michigan at 5-Tech and played on both sides. He can get up field fast from the 5-Tech. It was interesting, I only saw him play Nose Tackle before that.”  

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Honors & Awards: 2020:




*Terrace Marshall Jr- 6-4, 200, LSU,


01/2021: Marshall is a true Power Forward WR, who seemed to put it all together at the end of the season. Elite Redzone WR. Terrific competitive speed. He can run by DBs like roadblocks. He can get open on the 3rd level and has easy hands on the deep passes. Nice bursts out of break to create separation. Great foot athlete, who looks the best when he is moving in space. Big vise grip hands.

“We wish him the very best. He’s going to have a great career in the NFL. Always going to be a great Tiger,” LSU HC Orgeron said. “He did a lot of things for us. Seven games, 10 receptions. He just thought this was the time to opt out. We’re going to respect his decision and wish him the best.”

He is a big strong blocker on the 3nd level. He can overpower smaller DBs and give the RB a lane to the 3rd level. Defeats man coverage easy. He can look less confident against Zones. At his best when he attacks the ball in the air. He was the best WR in the FBS in his last Three games. He garnered 424 yards and 7 TDs, on 21 catches in his last three games. Then declared for the Draft.

"To my teammates/brothers, thank y’all for pushing me to be great every day, the times we had on and off the field together are priceless. To Coach O and the LSU staff, thank you for presenting me with the opportunity to contribute to LSU, my three years at such a great University will forever be cherished," Marshall wrote to his teammates and coaches when he opted out. "Since a kid, to play in the NFL and retire my parents has been my No. 1 mission. After careful consideration, but with faith, I have decided to declare for the 2021 NFL Draft."

Rated 62nd in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “Outside WR. Should be a One or Two in the NFL. Very talented in LSU’s elite Receiver Corps. He should get a lot more opportunities this season. He has 12 TD catches despite all the top talent that Burrow has to share passes with. He lined up in the Slot a lot.

“Excellent inside release to get open over the top. He will get a lot more looks this season (2020), but his QB won’t be as good. They like to put him in the middle of Trips. He can struggle to find a hole to sink into when the LB drops back over the middle. He can burst forward fast to block when he knows the RB is running behind him.”  

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Big-framed receiver that LSU is counting on for increased production in 2019 … Made an impact as a true freshman for the Tigers, playing in all 13 games with one start … Caught 12 passes for 192 yards, including catches of 52 vs. Ole Miss and 37 against Georgia … Runs extremely well for his size and possesses outstanding ball skills … Another Tiger receiver that makes the difficult catch look routine … Coming off an outstanding spring and is expected to carry that over into the fall..




Azeez Ojulari- 6-3, 240, Georgia, #13


01/2021: Under produced. One year wonder. Should stay in school. But the dude can move. Azeez has the traits you look for. If he puts it all together, he could be a great one. Light and slight. Twitchy and quick. Elite lateral explosion is how he wins. Good hands to pull himself past the blocker using quicks, strength and balance.

“Just helping out with the pass-rush game, also run game, too. I feel like his run game is overlooked by his pass game,” Georgia DE Malik Herring said. “Azeez really is a complete player. You can tell when he’s not out there, he really helps us.”

He is a passrusher. They line up in a lot of Odd Fronts. He plays the OLB role. Great attacking blockers arms. He has that knack for avoid blocks. More promise than production. Good hands shoving off the big OL, and breaking inside. Better in the inside rush than outside. He does put his hand down and rush as a DE. Nice instincts reading the QB and swatting the pass down. Good job setting the edge.

“Azeez is a lead-by-example guy. He does exactly what you ask him to do,” Georgia DC Dan Lanning said. “From a player standpoint, I think he’s become more refined each year. You talk about player improvement from where he’s come from when he first got here to what he’s become this year. His ceiling is really high.”

2020: Phil Steele All-America Fourth Team selection...semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award, which goes annually to the nation’s top defensive player...All-SEC Second Team by the league's 14 head coaches and the Associated Press...named to the AP All-Bowl Team...started in all 10 games...finished with 31 total stops, including 12.5 for lost yardage (tops in the SEC) and 8.5 QB sacks (also SEC best)...led team with 31 QB pressures...Defensive MVP of the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl...had four solo tackles in the Bulldogs' win over Cincinnati, three of which were QB sacks...two of those sacks resulted in fumbles, the first recovered by UGA and the second ended the game with a safety...five tackles vs. Tennessee included two QB sacks...also forced and recovered a fumble on the first QB sack...named SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week after Tennessee game...had five tackles, a QB sack for an 8-yard loss, two more tackles for lost yardage and five QB pressures in Georgia's win over Auburn...had a QB sack for 9-yard loss on Mississippi State's final offensive play of the game, a 4th down conversion attempt from near midfield...credited with two tackles in season-opening win at Arkansas...named to the mid-season, expanded Watch List for the Chuck Bednarik Award, given annually to the nation's top defensive player...named to the pre-season watch list for the Butkus Award (nation's top LB)...named one of three team captains for the Alabama, Miss. State and South Carolina games...named to the 2020 SEC Community Service Team.




*Wyatt Davis- 6-4, 315, Ohio State, Rs-Jr, OG, #52


01/2021: He is a top talent, who I think drops to the 2nd because he is an OG. Terrific technician. Stays and plays low. Always has his hands up. Their run game starts by running behind him. 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.

“He is a fighter. He is a technician. He is a perfectionist,” Ohio State OL coach Studrawa said. “He wants to do it perfect, and if he doesn’t? That’s just the kind of guy he is. You just love to coach those kids because they love playing the game of football.”

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.

“He’s one of the juice guys of the offense,” O-Coordinator 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.”

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.

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 helmet.

“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.

9.75 OG



*Joseph Ossai- 6-4, 253, Texas, #46


01/2021: He had a phenomenal season. He has declared for the Draft. 2020 Team Captain. One of my favorite players to watch. He is an off the ball Outside linebacker. He plays on the edge, but is not an Edge. He would put a hand down sometimes and rush as a D-end. He can stack the Edge, read the play, and then shed and flush the QB out of the pocket. Less Sack production than I thought, and he should have had. So, I’m pouting and putting him in the 2nd.

“Joseph Ossai, he plays so hard. I don’t know what kind of justice the TV copy that most of America sees gives Joseph and his effort level. But I know that the coach’s copy of the video that we watch is phenomenal. Phenomenal. Not good. Not great. Phenomenal,” his HC Tom Herman said. “Joseph Ossai plays his ever-livin’ you-know-what off for this University and this Program. He is a guy that I know the entire defense really, really looks to and feeds off of because of his effort level, tenacity, physicality and his being in the right place at the right time.”

There are times when he looks unblockable. I’m a little shocked he only had 5 Sacks last season. Consistently impacts the QB. He can make plays in coverage. Very nice speed in zone drop. He can drop back as fast the TE, and step in front of him when he turns back to the QB. Terrific in coverage on the TE. He can pedal back to the 3rd level eyeing the QB.

“Joseph Ossai, I mean, what can you say about the kid? He's the undisputed leader on that side of the football,” Texas HC Tom Herman said. “If you're a young kid out there that that wants to watch, this is another great learning moment. You want to learn why Joseph side plays the way that he plays come watch practice. This is a dude that has literally has two speeds: off and full. And that's it. And he is full most of the time.”

A three-year defensive lineman and linebacker who played in 36 games and made 24 starts … earned All-America honors from CBS Sports/247Sports, ESPN and USA Today ... named a semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award in 2020 … also a first-team All-Big 12 honoree in 2020 … earned honorable mention as the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and Defensive Lineman of the Year … selected to the Bronko Nagurski, Chuck Bednarik Award and Lott IMPACT Trophy preseason watch lists … chosen to the 2020 All-Big 12 Preseason Team … a member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (spring 2019) … was a two-time all-district honoree on the field in high school … also earned academic all-district honors in the classroom.

JUNIOR (2020): Earned All-America honors from CBS Sports/247Sports, ESPN, and was a second-team selection by USA Today ... a semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award … also was named to the All-Big 12 First Team and received honorable mention as Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and Defensive Lineman of the Year … played in and started all nine regular season games … recorded 55 tackles, 16.0 tackles for loss, five sacks, three forced fumbles, two quarterback hurries, two pass breakups and recovered one fumble.




*Pat Freiermuth- 6-5, 260, Penn St, Jr, #87


01/2021: Move tight end that they like to move around and motion him to both sides of the field. They will line him up in the slot. He can run the physical pattern to pop the OLB back and create just enough room for the QB to throw into. Terrific hands. Runs a lot of short patterns. They like to swing it to him outside. Nice agility to spin off the tackle of the OLB to get more yards.

“We sincerely appreciate Pat's contributions to our football program and Penn State University,” Penn State HC coach James Franklin said. “He is a person of high character who has perfectly exemplified our core values. From day one, Pat totally bought into our program and helped drive our culture forward.”

Good blocker. He can pull inside, when lined up on the line, and lead the RB through the hole, and take out the LB. Then drive him sideways out of the play. Easily gets outside turns, and seals the OLB. Excellent contact balance. He will shove the OLB back and outside, slide off, and block the ILB out of the play. Great blocker in run game.

"We're going to miss Pat significantly," Penn State receiver Jahan Dotson said that night. "He's honestly, in my opinion, the best tight end in the country and it hurts not having him out there. But he's one of those guys that never gets down about anything. He's looking at the young tight ends to step up. He's looking to take on that leadership role."

Rated 24th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “He is a great prospect Tight End. The More I Watch Him The More I like Him. A Massachusetts prospect who would look great on the Patriots. So picking 87 as his number is not a shock, not the way he plays his game. He is an overaged prospect who has caught 15 TDs in the first two seasons at Penn State. 21.7% of his catches have been TDs.

“Good blocker. It is obvious he has watched Gronk his whole like and he does a good job imitating him in the blocking game. Takes blocking very seriously. Good fighter. Balanced powering the DB backwards, Hand fights very well against excellent hand fighting LBs who keeps slapping his hands off.” 

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Career: Two-time team captain…Appeared in 30 career games, making 26 starts…Owns the record for PSU career touchdown receptions by a tight end with 16, passing Mike Gesicki (15; 2014-17)...Finishes his career tied for eighth all-time at Penn State with 16 career touchdown receptions with O.J. McDuffie (1988-92)...Tallied 1,185 career receiving yards to rank 26th overall and third among tight ends in program history...Owns 92 career receptions, tied for 20th all-time at PSU...Finished career catching a pass in 29-straight games, dating back to the Pitt game (9/8/18), a school-record among tight ends...Became the 34th Nittany Lion and seventh Penn State tight end to accumulate 1,000 career receiving yards… Had 19 career receptions of 20 or more yards.

Season: 2019: Tied for 14th in a season at PSU and third among tight ends in touchdown receptions with seven. 2018: Ranked second among PSU tight ends and tied for 10th overall in season receiving touchdowns with eight...Set the mark for most receiving touchdowns by a freshman tight end..





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By Tom Mahoney

----Space Station Cronus ticks around the planet Earth like an elementary school clock.

-----Only slightly 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 years?


-----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

see 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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*Alijah Vera-Tucker- 6-4, 315, USC, OLT/OLG, Rs-Jr, #75


01/2021: This is a tough one. I see him as an OLT. But word on the street is NFL teams see him as an OG. As an OLT he has a shot in the 1st. As an OLG, he is a 2nd. He has declared. He is still young. He had two years of eligibility left, and a lot of room to grow. Quick and twitchy feet and hands on the Edge. Great in pass pro.

“From an offensive line standpoint, I think the addition of getting Alijah Vera-Tucker, obviously that’s a big thing,” USC HC Clay Helton said. “It provides us a guy that has experience on that left side with a right handed quarterback.”

I like this kid. I like how he competes. He needs to get stronger. He is so good at shadowing the rusher as he slides back. His hands improve as the game goes on. Nice strong punch with this right that just stones the DE, when he gets surprised by a strong inside move. More finesse than power, but he can give a good power punch inside.

“They’ll be getting a competitor,” Vera-Tucker said. “The reason for me coming back, I wanted to compete at the highest level again. They’ll get someone who brings juice every day to practice and just wants to get better. No matter how much you play and practice there’s always room for improvement.”

Needs to get bigger and stronger. Arm length will be everything for him at the Combine. He controlled his hyper feet much better in 2020 than 2019. I think he plays OLT in the NFL. Because if you take him early, it is because you think he is young enough talent to still grow into an NFL Left Tackle.

CAREER:  He has appeared in 25 games in his career, starting 13. 2020: Vera-Tucker, among the top offensive linemen in the nation, will start on the offensive line as a 2020 junior, either at guard or tackle.

2019: Vera-Tucker did an outstanding job while starting all 13 games at left offensive guard as a sophomore in 2019.  He made 2019 Pro Football Focus All-American third team, All-Pac-12 second team, AP All-Pac-12 first team and Phil Steele All-Pac-12 third team.  He was USC’s Offensive Lineman of the Year.

9.7 OG?


Trey Smith- 6-6, 330, Tennessee, OG/OT, #2


01/2021: Probably the top OL in this Draft. But teams have to worry about his blood clot issues and he is likely an NFL OLG and not OLT. He started games at OLT as a freshman. He gave up a single sack at OLG in the last two seasons. Elite puncher moving back in pass pro. Pancakes rushers moving backward in pass pro.

“We had the two best scout players in the country that year. Checks off all the boxes when you start thinking about superlatives for a young man in high school,” Hauser said. “He’s just a super kind. Super respectful. Easy to coach. A great teammate. He knew he was super talented, yet didn’t carry him himself that way.”

He might have the heaviest hands I have seen (before Faalele;), but certainly for an OLG. I certainly no longer think he is overrated. Phenomenal power Guard with dancer’s feet. The best I’ve seen since Hannah, and for a Pats Fan these is no bigger compliment. The computer ate my notes from the early games, where he was the best OL I watched this season.

“I want to play. I want to play safely, and that's the consensus across the sport and all the guys I talk to," Smith said. "We all want to play the game of football that we love. We're all out here working our butts off in this hot sun and trying to get better at our craft and perfect our craft. I hope people see that side of it, and for the season to be in jeopardy like this ... is really disappointing."

He is a top fifty player. He had a phenomenal 2020 season. He has three or four games where he was unequivocally the best blocker in the FBS. He could also be the emergency OLT in the NFL. Which makes him doubly important on the roster. If he checks out medically, he is an easy 1st Round talent that a team will steal in the 2nd Round.

Rated 81st in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “Played in balance better in 2019. Really, only Alabama and LSU got him out of sorts enough to get him out of balance, which allows him to use his strong hands better and control blockers longer. Kentucky was reluctant to put rushers and DLs infront of him.

“Played and looked healthy in 2019. I think he has to show he can play O-tackle again to have a chance to slip into the 1st. Not sure he is top fifty otherwise. Good story who was overrated las season.”

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CAREER: All-American guard and Tennessee graduate who is poised for a promising NFL career following a brilliant four-year career with the Volunteers … Selected to participate in the Senior Bowl in January 2020 … Opted to come back for his senior season to obtain his degree and improve his draft stack … Announced he was returning in a Jan. 9, 2020 press conference … A two-time first-team All-SEC recipient who concluded his career with All-America honors by the American Football Coaches Association and Football Writers Association of America … Sidelined during the offseason in 2018 with blood clots but returned to start the first eight games of 2018 at left guard before another ailment sidelined him indefinitely ... He returned again to lead the Vols back to a bowl in 2019 ... Appeared in 42 games with 41 starts, concluding his career with 22 straight starts … Saw action on over 2,500 career offensive snaps and allowed only one sack in his final two seasons … Came to UT as a heralded recruit in the 2017 signing class, becoming the first Vol true freshman to start at left tackle in over 30 years en route to Freshman All-America honors … Off the field, was a leader in the community, spearheading charity drives and was recipient of the 2019 Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year … Two-time SEC Community Service Team representative. 

2020 SENIOR: Started all 10 games for the Vols at left guard during the unique COVID-19 season and never wavered in participating … Earned second-team All-America status in the process and first-team All-SEC honors for the second straight year … Became Tennessee's first All-America recipient since Derek Barnett was named to the FWAA's Second Team in 2016 … Also was the first Vol offensive lineman to be tabbed a first- or second-team All-American by any outlet since Anthony Parker in 2007 … Played 664 offensive snaps during the season and allowed only one sack … Paved the way and protected for a UT offense that rolled up a season-high 540 yards of total offense at Vanderbilt (12/12) ... Helped the Vols rush for 222 yards at No. 23 Auburn (11/21) on a season-high 79 offensive snaps ... Saw action on 74 offensive snaps at Arkansas (11/7) ... Helped UT rush for 232 yards vs. Missouri (10/3), seeing time on 77 offensive snaps … Earned SEC Community Service Team honors for the second time.  




Chuba Hubbard- 6’, 208, Oklahoma State, #30


01/2021: Love this kid. Chuba is as twitchy and quick moving laterally as any RB om this Draft. Elite cutback runner. Zone blocking teams are drooling over this kids ability to cutback. Sneak power. Finds cracks to burst through. Low rider. Game changer. Constantly changing direction. Tough to stay infront of him. Likes to use explosive hop cuts to get through the line.

He was forced to confront his coach due to a racist T-shirt. “Me and Coach Gundy’s relationship is a work in progress,” Hubbard said. “He’s admitted to his faults, and he’s trying to move forward. I see that as a positive first step.”

One America News Network pushed the racist lies that lead to the insurrection and treason at the Capital building, as Trumpist continues to push the vile and disgusting lie  that black votes are voter fraud and shouldn’t be counted. When Trump said he won the Georgia by hundreds of thousands of votes? He means, that if you throw out all the legal votes by blacks as fraud? Then he won by hundred of thousands of votes.

Then he was forced to apologize inorder to return to the team.  “Every relationship has bumpy roads, whether it’s a good relationship or bad relationship,” Hubbard said. “Coach Gundy has done a lot of good things, so I will not just shut out a man for one thing he did, but he did do wrong and he’s going to have to make up for that.” It takes a lot of courage to do what he did, with grown men holding questionable morals, holding his future in their hands. Oklahoma State took down his Bio.

Great eyes. He can read the LB flowing to one side and instantly burst back against the grain. Powerful legs to run through tackles. Great pad level. Top spin move. He will block on passing downs. Good hob doubling the DE off play action. Terrific acceleration going outside, when he sees the OLB going downhill, he can beat him to the corner.

Rated 50th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “He grew up in Canada. Terrific right up the middle. When his team needs a yard. Terrific speed slashing outside. He has that nose for the Endzone. Terrific vision and patience going up the middle. Great job following his blockers. He has some make you miss on cutbacks. He could be a great zone blocking RB.

“Good power. Runs through hand and shirt tackles. Falls forward. Consistently makes more than on defender take him down. Great quick cuts in the backfield to get past the LOS and not take a tackle for loss, when guys shoot the gaps. Runs behind his eyes. He runs with his eyes up and is always looking for space.”

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Jabril Cox- 6-4, 231, LSU, #19


01/2021: Transferred from NDST. Phenomenal player and athlete. He can make plays in coverage. Small, but great in run defense. Tough and fast. Smooth in coverage. He can cover the TE and intercept the ball. They had him cover the RB at NDSU as well. He garnered multiple Pick-Sixes in College. He played better in the SEC last season than he did at NDSU in 2019.

"When we left the field a couple of days ago, I thought he was the best player on the field," LSU HC Ed Orgeron said. "The guy's made some plays. I haven't heard him say a word yet. I don't think I've heard him say, 'Hello, Coach.' He's calm, he's focused. He knows the defense. Right now, to me, he's solidified that he's a starter for us in my eyes. He's done a great job here." 

Bigger than he looks. Faster than you’d think. Great motor. Ultra-productive Linebacker. He garnered 258 tackles, 32 TFLs, 14 sacks, 5 INTs, and had two Pick Sixes. He showed he could be as productive in the SEC as he was in the FCS. Played on three FCS Championship teams. Fast to the ball in the air.

"He's a great character young man, speaking to him on the phone, guys knew him so he came highly recommended. The thing I saw on film was a big linebacker that can run and hit and key diagnose. I didn't know he was gonna be that good,” Ed Orgeron said. “I think this guy is gonna have an excellent year at LSU, he definitely is an SEC linebacker. Obviously, he was overlooked in recruiting but here's his shot. I think the thing I like most about Jabril is his maturity."

Productive. Smart. Leader. Underrated football talent. Makes plays in passing game. He really affects the QB in pass defense and blitzing. Explosive on the Edge into the backfield. He never looked like he didn’t belong in the SEC on the LSU team. I have him rated too low. I think he is the best LB in the Draft. I think he is a 1st Round pick.

Rated 97th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “He has some terrific on field speed. He can really flash forward when the QB takes off and just destroys him. Good speed rusher from the Edge. He is not an Edgerusher per se, but a great fast Blitzer through the gaps. He can use his hands to shed the blockers hands.

“Terrific blitzer on the Edge. Quick and explosive. Can make the blocker miss and get to the QB fast. He can cover the RB sneaking out of the backfield. Quick burst inside. Can use his hands and feet with balance and burst to make the blocker whiff. Smart player. Plays behind his eyes as well as any LB in this Draft.”

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Graduate transfer from FCS powerhouse North Dakota State that will make an immediate impact with the Tigers in 2020 … Slated to start at one of the inside linebacker positions alongside Damone Clark … Helped North Dakota State win three straight FCS Championships from 2017-19 … Hasn’t missed a beat during the transfer from the Bison to the Tigers … Joined the team during the summer after graduating from North Dakota State … Two-time FCS All-America and capped his three-year career at North Dakota State with 258 tackles, 32 tackles for loss and 14 sacks … Helped the Bison to a 45-1 mark over a three-year period, starting 31 consecutive games at one point before missing South Dakota State contest in 2019 with an injury.



Joe Tryon- 6-5, 262, Washington, #9


01/2021: Tryon was one of the best passrushers I watch last off season. He is a 3-4 OLB. Plays in a 3-4 with his hand down like a 5-Tech, but is really an Edgerusher. He will also stand up like an OLB in Even front. He always seems to get penetration. Explosive upfield through all sorts of fight and contact. Vastly underrated.

“He was probably the most athletic kid I’ve ever coached in high school in 20 years. Just a freak of nature, so to speak. Who joined the program before Tryon’s senior season in 2016. When we first got here I was like, ‘He’s going to make a great offensive tackle for us.’” his high school HC Chris Bennett said. “Then he ran down the field a couple times and I’m like, ‘Oh my God. We can’t play him on the offensive line. He’s just too special.’”

Very versatile rusher who can rush in Odd front standing up or with a hand down from either side. Or rush with a hand down or standing up in Odd fronts. Bigger and stronger than he looks. Long arms. Heavy hands. Consistently wins outside. Nice power move inside in run game. He reads it instantly.

“He’s another guy with a big upside. Got to get him bigger. He’s got some good twitchy quick-twitch to him. He can be an explosive-type player, but got to get him bigger and he can kind of do it all,” Washington HC Petersen said. “I asked him after. I said, ‘How was it?’ And he was like, ‘Awesome.’ That’s what he said. It was good. He’s not where he has been, but it was great to get him out there and get him some game reps.”

Great football player. Quick and twitchy in rush. Wins with his hands and quicks. Improved each season. Nice power to pop past the ORT. He can really blast off into the backfield. Good hand fighter. Strong Rip. Fierce stunning inside. He has the speed to power up impact the ORT to the QB. Then shed and hit the QB as he throws.

“He’s got really big upside,” Petersen said. “He just needs to see more things. You’ll see him one time miss the play and then he’ll have something similar and he’ll make the play. But he’s got the physical stature you want. He’s got a good mental makeup. Young guy that’s just learning and we’re excited to watch his progression.” 

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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2020 Butkus Award Preseason Watch List. 2020 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Preseason Watch List. 2020 Preseason All-America First Team (Phil Steele). 2020 Preseason All-America Second Team (The Sporting News). 2020 Preseason All-America Fourth Team (Pick Six Previews). 2019 All-Pac-12 Second Team. 2018 Academic All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention

2020: Named to Phil Steele's preseason All-America first team ... also named to the preseason second team by The Sporting News and to the preseason fourth team by Pick Six Previews ... named to the preseason watch lists for the Bronko Nagurski and Butkus Awards. Announced on Aug. 30, 2020, that he would forgo his remaining college eligibility and enter the 2021 NFL Draft.

2019: Played in every game and started 12 of 13 (all but the USC game, when UW opened with extra defensive back)  ... earned second-team All-Pac-12 ... also Phil Steele All-Pac-12 second team and Pro Football Focus All-Pac-12 honorable mention ... one stop vs. Eastern Washington ... led the Huskies with seven tackles, including a sack, vs. California ... two stops in the UW win over Hawai'i ... one tackle vs. USC ... had seven tackles, including half of a TFL, at Stanford ... two tackles, including a nine-yard sack, at Arizona, after which he was named the Husky coaches' lineman of the week.

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CarlosBoogieBasham Jr- 6-5, 285, Wake Forest     DE, #77


01/2021: He came back and played this season six games, with five sacks. Which is very impressive, because he played in a lot of Odd fronts. They like to go 3-4 and 3-3 Nickel. Stacks and sheds a lot. Not a speed guy on the Edge. Controls his side and Edge with power, eyes, and technique. Bigger and stronger this year. He sacked Trevor Lawrence Stacking the ORT. Then shedding him when Lawrence went outside and chased him down.

He is an unbelievable freak athlete. “You have to understand that Boogie is an athlete. So [when he was in high school] they used him at spread receiver, outside linebacker, and he was a very good basketball player," Dave Cohen said. "He was kind of a hybrid coming out. Then we saw him live at camp, and it's a no-brainer. Until you meet him, you really can't project how big he is or how big he could be. He's large, long, thick, and that combination of size and athleticism is special. Sometimes you can't tell that from watching game film. So here's a 280-pound man running as fast as he does, and that's why he will make money doing this one day."

He has great size. Doesn’t always have the speed to run the arc. But consistently gets to the QB. He sacked the QB in 13 of the last 16 games he played in. That is very impressive. He is excellent against the run and garnered 9 tackles in two of those games. He had 5 sacks in 2020. He has 23 straight games with a TFL. I think he will go lower than he should, because he is a 5-Tech. Less teams value 5-Techs.

The Pats value stack and shed DLs, and 5-Techs. If the Pats lose a lot of DLs to Free Agency, they’ll have a chance to snag him in the 2nd. He was a beast last season. He didn’t have a Sack against UNC in the first game. Then… had a sack in five straight games in their six-game season. Not a lot of guys have his size, are great against the run, AND averaged almost a Sack a game. He was truly great against NC State and V-Tech.

Rated 45th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. “Great burst inside, when the OG and OT pull outside, to grab the RB behind the line. Great quick inside move with a hand slap, to get into the backfield and get to the RB. Strong against the run moving forward.

“He can make the fierce inside move. Then curl around the Tackle and sack the QB scooting outside. Physical. Tough. Strong. Nice burst outside, and inside, in twists and stunts. He can shed blockers with his hands. Doesn’t run the arc like you’d like. Needs to trust his outside burst and speed more.”

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2020 (Redshirt Senior): Had the longest active streak in the country of 23 consecutive games with a tackle for loss end against Syracuse (10/31). He was the only player in the country to have a streak in double digits when the streak ended...Heads into the seventh game of the season ranked 10th in the nation with 39 sack yards on his 5.0 sacks on the season...Posted a career-high tying nine tackles against No. 19 Virginia Tech to go along with a sack, tackle for loss and forced fumble...Recorded a sack against Trevor Lawrence of Clemson on the opening drive of the season for 16 yards...Recorded at least one sack in 13 of his last 16 games played including one in all five games in 2020...Named as a preseason second team All-American by the Walter Camp Foundation...Earned preseason second team All-American by the Sporting News...Honored as a preseason second team All-American honoree by Athlon Sports...Earned preseason second team All-America status by Lindy's Sports...Listed as a preseason second team All-American by Street & Smith...Placed on Phil Steele preseason third team All-America Team...Listed on Athlon Sports' Early Top-50 Players for 2020 at No. 40...Pro Football Focus' Top 25 prospects for the 2021 NFL Draft who chose to return...Named preseason first team All-ACC honoree by Athlon Sports and Street & Smith...Honored as a preseason second team All-ACC honoree by Lindy's Sports and Phil Steele...112 quarterback pressures over his sophomore and junior campaign, most of any returning D-I player.





Kyle Trask- 6-5, 240? Florida, Rs-Sr, #11


01/2021: Again, the Patriots cannot get over the loss of Brady until they find a legit young option at QB. Granted, Trask is more Cam than Tom. However, he was the Heisman Trophy Winner, and he reminds me of Steve Young. There are times he throws it like an NFL QB, but then there are times he doesn’t. It also took Young more than a few years to become a Legit NFL QB. But he could step into that Newton role the Pats Coaches carved out and is a better thrower than Cam, period.

“I know he’s had a tough road coming up, just like kind of Mac (Jones) has. But I have a lot of respect for guys that stick with it, persevere, come through a lot of adversity, go through growing pains,” Nick Saban said about Trask. “When they get an opportunity, they take advantage of it, do it extremely well. Kyle certainly has done that. I do have a lot of respect for guys that come up the hard way. That way. It’s good to see that there are guys that play the game that still do that.”

He was great all season, until the last three games. I was ready to lock him into the Pats Pick, as a running QB who can also make the great throws when needed. But then he fell apart. If you look at the early games he was incredible this season. He looked like a 1st Round pick and Heisman Trophy winner all season.

This is a tough one for me. I was convinced the Pats would draft him in the 1st. Then he was so bad in his last two games. He was the best QB in college football all season. Then when it counted the most he seemed to fall apart. However, you have to remember that there were extenuating circumstances, and judge him less harshly. He was without: Kyle Pitts, Kadarius Toney, Trevon Grimes, and his top three receivers were replaced with teenagers.

In the final game he was without his primary playmakers. He looked lost and confused. If you throw that game out, where he was throwing to young guys never throw too in a game? And he was being taken in and out of the game, so they could play the young QB who will be their starter next season.

Before then, he played like a top ten QB in this Draft. Not only passing, but his great ability to escape pressure, and he threw with smarts and precision and didn’t just flee the pocket screaming. 

Rated 79th in 2021 NFL Draft Player Ratings. What can I say, I’m a fan. I think I only watch him when he played well. He played in twelve games last season with ten starts. He stepped in when the starting QB got injured, helped hold the offense together, and won games. Great size for a QB. Prototype.

“Experienced veteran. Tricky ans slick in the pocket to make rushers miss, reloads, and still hits the WR, Doesn’t just take off like Tebow anymore. Showed some clutch last season (2019). He was great late in the season and in Florida’s Bowl win over Virginia. Persevered.”

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2020: Kyle Trask, who started at quarterback in all ten games of the regular season and the SEC Championship Game, began his senior campaign with a jaw-dropping performance during Florida’s season opener at Ole Miss, completing 30 throws on 42 attempts for 416 passing yards and six touchdowns. Trask became the sixth Gator in school history, and the first since Chris Leak (Nov. 13, 2004 against South Carolina), to throw six touchdown passes in a game. Those six touchdown passes tied Joe Burrow's record for most touchdown passes in a SEC opener, and helped him become the 10th player in SEC history to throw six touchdowns against a conference opponent... During Florida’s home opener versus South Carolina, Trask completed 21-of-29 passes for 268 yards and four touchdowns to become the third player in SEC history to throw at least 10 touchdowns through the first two games of a season (joined Tim Couch and Terry Dean). Additionally, Trask became third Florida quarterback since 1997 to throw four touchdowns in four different games in their career against SEC teams (joined Rex Grossman and Doug Johnson).



#95 Khyiris Tonga- 6-4, 324, Sr-


01/2021: Nice spin off the block when the QB takes off. He is naturally and mentally quick. When the ball is on the ground, he is the quickest too it. He can get to the QB in the three-man rush. Great job turning outside as quick as you want when the RB takes off. He is so good at moving laterally to stay in front of the QB. Just a remarkable athlete.

“Kalani gave me my first college football scholarship offer when I was 15 years old. He told me, ‘Hey, we would love for you to play football at Utah.’ I was super excited,” Tonga said. “Kalani’s always been there for me and for my family. He has always reminded me to work hard and to be myself. When I heard he was coming to BYU, it kind of just felt right to follow.”

Nice timing leaping up to swat the pass down. Incredible size, speed, leap athlete. He can blast off through the 3-gap and shoot into the backfield like a rocket. A team has to think about moving him to 3-Tech. What he does best is his explosive blast off, which is best exploited at 3-tech. He can explode past the OC on the right, turn instantly and jump on the RB running on the left of the OC.

“The sky was and is the limit for him,” Tonga’s father said. “He has always had the potential to be a great football player as long as he puts in the extra time and effort. Football has and will continue to allow him to open doors for himself as well as others.”

2020: BYU senior defensive lineman Khyiris Tonga was named to the 2020 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List, awarded to the nation's most outstanding defensive player on Tuesday. Tonga, also a 2019 honoree, heads into his senior season after playing 39 career games with 21 starts. In 2019 he had 45 total tackles and 4.0 tackles for loss. Tonga is also on the 2020 Outland Trophy Watch List. The winner of the 2020 Bronko Nagurski Trophy presented by LendingTree as the National Defensive Player of the Year will be chosen from those five finalists.






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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 grew strong

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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