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    The late rounds 5-7

    Is there a guy that you followed in college that you think might be a surprise sleeper in the later rounds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionsfanfromsac View Post
    Is there a guy that you followed in college that you think might be a surprise sleeper in the later rounds?
    I've heard a lot of analysts talking about OL Ben Bartch from DIII St. John's (Minnesota).



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    Dalton Keene I like a lot. Think of Kyle Juzczyk of the 49ers when you think of him. If we insist on keeping a FB I think a guy with more versatility would benefit the offense as opposed to Nick Bawden.

    In a deep WR class you are going to see guys fall. A guy that might fall is Bryan Edwards. I think he would be a good fit here too, and probably would have tested really well at the combine if he were healthy. High/size/weight combo WR that could eventually start here.

    Darnay Holmes/Amik Robertson could be good slot CB's and provide some athleticism in the back 7/ST.

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    Raequon Williams from Sparty but I'm not sure I can call him a sleeper. I've seen two mocks that have him going in the 4th round but I've seen many more that have him in the 6th round-UDFA range. I think he'll do well and getting him in the 6th or 7th round could be a steal.

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    donovan peoples jones WR michigan

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket View Post
    donovan peoples jones WR michigan
    remember when he was the next Julio Jones?

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    a 6-foot-4 wide receiver from Liberty, isn't going to run by many cornerbacks on go routes, but he attacks the ball in the air. If he gets in the right system, he has the talent to be an NFL starter. Not sure if he fits in our offensive system but he could be worth a look.



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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    remember when he was the next Julio Jones?
    I wonder, and think too, if he had a real QB DPJ would have put up better numbers. He was open quite a few times from memory but missed.

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    Yea I think DPJ is going to be a productive player. Had he played with a top rated QB I think his numbers would have been much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    remember when he was the next Julio Jones?
    **** no who said that ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket View Post
    **** no who said that ?
    I wanna say 247 specifically but not sure, there's so many recruiting rankings, and he was the 5 star stud at the time

    edit: looking back at the 2017 recruiting rankings for WRs, it was Ruggs #1, DPJ #2, even though somehow DPJ was rated higher, idunno how this **** works

    https://247sports.com/Season/2017-Fo...ol&Position=wr
    Last edited by GuySir; 04-23-2020 at 02:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    I wanna say 247 specifically but not sure, there's so many recruiting rankings, and he was the 5 star stud at the time

    edit: looking back at the 2017 recruiting rankings for WRs, it was Ruggs #1, DPJ #2, even though somehow DPJ was rated higher, idunno how this **** works

    https://247sports.com/Season/2017-Fo...ol&Position=wr
    Smith, Ruggs, and Jeudy in the top 5. Sounds about right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    I wanna say 247 specifically but not sure, there's so many recruiting rankings, and he was the 5 star stud at the time

    edit: looking back at the 2017 recruiting rankings for WRs, it was Ruggs #1, DPJ #2, even though somehow DPJ was rated higher, idunno how this **** works

    https://247sports.com/Season/2017-Fo...ol&Position=wr
    DPJ dropped every pass when it mattered. Dude isn't clutch and plays slow. His numbers suck because its 50% his fault.

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