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  1. #301
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    Alright so assuming the top FA gets are a G and a CB, here's what I would say our draft board would be:

    1. Barkley
    2. Chubb
    3. Fitzpatrick
    4. Smith
    5. Edmunds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Christmas View Post
    Alright so assuming the top FA gets are a G and a CB, here's what I would say our draft board would be:

    1. Barkley
    2. Chubb
    3. Fitzpatrick
    4. Smith
    5. Edmunds
    Under those assumptions, my board is:

    1. Barkley
    2. Fitzpatrick
    3. Chubb
    4. Ward
    5. Davenport

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    Under those assumptions, my board is:

    1. Barkley
    2. Fitzpatrick
    3. Chubb
    4. Ward
    5. Davenport
    I can dig it. I think in that scenario Ward could be on the board when we pick. You would want him over Smith or Edmunds when we already have say Butler and Witherspoon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Christmas View Post
    I can dig it. I think in that scenario Ward could be on the board when we pick. You would want him over Smith or Edmunds when we already have say Butler and Witherspoon?
    Yeah, but not by much. I like those guys too. There are a lot of players that I like in the draft. I think in today's NFL, you can always use another good CB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    Yeah, but not by much. I like those guys too. There are a lot of players that I like in the draft. I think in today's NFL, you can always use another good CB.
    Them as a three man rotation would be nice, no doubt.

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    Mock Offseason:

    Starting cap space: $74 million (after Garoppolo and Marsh).

    Release Zane Beadles (cap savings $3.5 million).

    Re-sign Daniel Kilgore 2 years $5.25 mil
    Re-sign Asa Jackson 1 year $1 mil
    Re-sign Brock Coyle 1 year $1.5 mil

    Sign Trumaine Johnson 4 years $52 million
    Sign Justin Pugh 4 years $30 million
    Sign Donte Moncrief 3 years $19.75 mil

    Draft:
    1 - Marcus Davenport DE UTSA
    2 - Sony Michel RB Georgia
    3 - James Daniels C Iowa
    3 - Michael Gesicki TE Penn State
    4 - Alex Cappa OT Humboldt State

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    Mock Offseason:

    Starting cap space: $74 million (after Garoppolo and Marsh).

    Release Zane Beadles (cap savings $3.5 million).

    Re-sign Daniel Kilgore 2 years $5.25 mil
    Re-sign Asa Jackson 1 year $1 mil
    Re-sign Brock Coyle 1 year $1.5 mil

    Sign Trumaine Johnson 4 years $52 million
    Sign Justin Pugh 4 years $30 million
    Sign Donte Moncrief 3 years $19.75 mil

    Draft:
    1 - Marcus Davenport DE UTSA
    2 - Sony Michel RB Georgia
    3 - James Daniels C Iowa
    3 - Michael Gesicki TE Penn State
    4 - Alex Cappa OT Humboldt State
    Not too familiar with Daniels but that's a very solid draft with that FA period.

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    Not a big fan of Davenport. Id rather have Edmunds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodeRed View Post
    Not a big fan of Davenport. Id rather have Edmunds.
    Davenport fills a more pressing need, plays a more prominent position, and has greater upside. He's a little raw, but has the potential to be an elite edge rusher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedandGold_35 View Post
    Not too familiar with Daniels but that's a very solid draft with that FA period.
    I'm surprised. Rapjuicer and I have been talking about Daniels for quite some time in here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    I'm surprised. Rapjuicer and I have been talking about Daniels for quite some time in here.
    I honestly just kind of glossed over Centers in the draft for some reason. Kind of settled on Ragnow early and moved on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedandGold_35 View Post
    I honestly just kind of glossed over Centers in the draft for some reason. Kind of settled on Ragnow early and moved on.
    Daniels is a better prospect than Ragnow in my opinion. I think that he's the second best center prospect after Price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    Mock Offseason:

    Starting cap space: $74 million (after Garoppolo and Marsh).

    Release Zane Beadles (cap savings $3.5 million).

    Re-sign Daniel Kilgore 2 years $5.25 mil
    Re-sign Asa Jackson 1 year $1 mil
    Re-sign Brock Coyle 1 year $1.5 mil

    Sign Trumaine Johnson 4 years $52 million
    Sign Justin Pugh 4 years $30 million
    Sign Donte Moncrief 3 years $19.75 mil

    Draft:
    1 - Marcus Davenport DE UTSA
    2 - Sony Michel RB Georgia
    3 - James Daniels C Iowa
    3 - Michael Gesicki TE Penn State
    4 - Alex Cappa OT Humboldt State
    I would be so happy with Sony in round 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    Daniels is a better prospect than Ragnow in my opinion. I think that he's the second best center prospect after Price.
    Ehh agree to disagree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    Davenport fills a more pressing need, plays a more prominent position, and has greater upside. He's a little raw, but has the potential to be an elite edge rusher.
    Hed definitely fill a bigger need and plays a more prominent position but I dont think he has a higher ceiling. Edmunds speed at his size gives him a ceiling that rivals anyone in this draft class while having a much higher floor than Davenport.

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