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  1. #1621
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    Been looking at Jaylon Johnson a lot more since we drafted him, guy looks like he could be special. Expecting him to start at some point this season, if not at the beginning. Kmet will probably be starting next year, and playing a lot this year. A lot of potential with the other guys, especially Mooney, but getting two starters in a draft with no first, 3rd, or 4th round picks is a win.

    Add in Khalil Mack and Nick Foles as other acquisitions from this draft capital, people wanted us to spend another pick on a QB, when we just spent one on Foles, whose more ready than any rookie, lol! And yes, it was only part of the cost for Mack,I know, but a lot of overall talent added out of this years draft picks.

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  3. #1623
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    I'll give this draft a B+.

    I am probably one of the bigger fans of the Cole Kmet pick. I like the pick and think the value was good too. In most drafts I believe he'd be a 1st rounder. I think he'll end up being a much better version of Kyle Rudolph, and if everything aligns for him I think he could be another Jason Witten (that's who his play style reminds me of).

    Jaylon Johnson seems to be very aggressive and I love that he barely gave up any TDs his whole career (3 I think) and his pff grades were in Okudah range. Between he, Fuller, and Jackson we should see a lot of INTs this year. Side note I love that Pagano gets to work with him he's excellent with aggressive DBs.

    Trevis Gipson was my favorite pick in the draft. Watched a lot of video prior to the draft and was one of my favorite prospects. Truthfully believe he's a better prospect and will be a better player then Leonard Floyd was. Very hungry player as well.

    Vilder I truly knew nothing about. Should compete at nickel and as value on special teams.

    Mooney should take Gabriel's production and snaps. Very fast track and play speed and seems to run very smooth routes. Also a slightly bigger target than Gabriel. Think he's a good compliment to ARob, Miller, Cohen, etc.

    The two oline picks will add depth. Don't think either will be able to contribute for a few years. Only don't give this draft an A because I believe our Oline will be pretty below average unless Daniels, Whitehair, and Ifedi play up to their draft status. All of them are still young so its possible. I believe Leno will have a bounce back year and go back to being a top 10-15 LT. Massie will suck like always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stunner View Post
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