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  1. #31
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    I think an interesting thing to keep an eye on is the 0 win teams. Atlanta, Houston, giants and jets. I think most those teams would really want to address OL. Non of them really need a QB, depending if you think jets should give up on Bradford already, or if Atlanta should draft a QB when they have Ryan locked in.

    If we decide to move on from carr, this might be the ideal time to trade up. Trent brown could also be a useful piece of the trade package.

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    Any stud Safeties in the upcoming draft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderMackin View Post
    Any stud Safeties in the upcoming draft?
    See Phils earlier post Pitt Ford

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megatron View Post
    Best players in the draft(based off of how good the player is compared to other drafts by position).

    1. OG Wyatt - if you are being compared to a stronger version of quinton Nelson, your a beast. He is a guard so he will drop to the teens or early 20s. The best player in this draft.

    Personally I disagree dude. He's NOT and is NOWHERE NEAR Quenton Nelson my man sorry lol. The best OG in this draft is Trey Smith Tennessee who is an absolute monster if he gets his hands on your you are going to be steam rolled.
    A man amongst boys.
    2. WR Chase - special wr who can make any team better day one. Top 5-8 pick.

    3. QB Lawrence - being compared to a more mobile luck. Folks have been waiting for a couple years for him to come out.

    Yes he is the best QB, but we are not getting him lol.

    4. DE Rousseau - best pure passrusher in this draft.

    Agreed Rousseau can rush the passer. His best reps on film however are from the DT spot against OG's.

    5. LB Moses - if he is healthy, he is much better than parsons.

    I disagree. Parsons is exceptional and will translate . Moses instincts to attack are what worries me plus his previous injuries.

    6. OT Sewell - hes the real deal. Big guy, smooth feet with a great anchor.

    Sewell is damn good. Yes.

    Even though I dont have any listed, but there is a lot of cb talent in this draft. But they will be gone in the first two rounds. If one gets hurt, one might drop to the 3rd. But very deep.
    Caleb Farley is the top rated

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderizer View Post
    Agreed,a rb in the 2nd with some physicality would be a nice 1 2 combo.Mlb in the 1st.Dt or ot in the 3rd.
    I would say a RB with some explosive speed personally. I see Jacobs as the physical runner dude. Look at how Theo Riddick's speed looked in that Bill's game. It would add such a new dimension to our backfield. That's why I was ALL over Antonio Gibson Memphis who is now tearing it up with the Washington Team.

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    I own an NFL Draft website and this is a link to our latest mock draft.


    LINK

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    Chazz Surratt if hes around in the 2nd or if we have a later 1st hed be a great selection. Intelligent, athletic, great instincts, can cover and even rush the passer some. Moved from QB to LB so only in his 2nd year as a LB, but already shooting up draft boards

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    Quote Originally Posted by donofdacourts View Post
    Chazz Surratt if hes around in the 2nd or if we have a later 1st hed be a great selection. Intelligent, athletic, great instincts, can cover and even rush the passer some. Moved from QB to LB so only in his 2nd year as a LB, but already shooting up draft boards

    Suratt can definitely play. The former QB has made a lot of tackles. Good prospect 👍

    I also like Jabril Cox who is also a former QB & has transferred for his last season from NDSU to LSU 64 231 another LB who can do it all 😎👌

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4d2mlQvh-b0

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Bf_CyKT5a2I

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=o3D9-Wc4PgM

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    Jabril Cox looks pretty good and he appears to be an excellent tackler in open space! The one thing that I didn't see is how well he takes on blockers such as TEs because he will be more of an outside LBer than inside unless in a Dime package. He is very adept at reading the QBs eyes but in the NFL many seasoned QBs will look him off then come back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by attoonly View Post
    Jabril Cox looks pretty good and he appears to be an excellent tackler in open space! The one thing that I didn't see is how well he takes on blockers such as TEs because he will be more of an outside LBer than inside unless in a Dime package. He is very adept at reading the QBs eyes but in the NFL many seasoned QBs will look him off then come back.
    Dont take my word for it, here is coach O to let you know 😎👍

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=D3HEPiORoBY

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHIL MAGROIN View Post
    Caleb Farley is the top rated
    Actually I have
    Surtain number 1.
    Then Wade as number 2.
    I also had a Adebo up at 3.
    And I have Asante Samual number 4.
    Farley at 5. Im tentative about having Farley up higher than 5 because he has converted from wr. Still learning the position. Its already tough for folks doing it for years.

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    Heres how I would draft:
    1- OG Wyatt Davis OSU - a pro bowl guy as a rookie!!!!!
    2- CB Samual FSU - physical and smart
    3- S Stiner Florida - underrated
    5- WR Amon-Ra St. Brown - talented
    6- DE Tyreke Smith OSU - very physical
    7- LB Sam Williams Mississippi - big hitter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megatron View Post
    Heres how I would draft:
    1- OG Wyatt Davis OSU - a pro bowl guy as a rookie!!!!!
    2- CB Samual FSU - physical and smart
    3- S Stiner Florida - underrated
    5- WR Amon-Ra St. Brown - talented
    6- DE Tyreke Smith OSU - very physical
    7- LB Sam Williams Mississippi - big hitter
    I think we got our 4th rounder back from Miami for Bowden and a 6th.

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    Well, we just lost a 6th round pick because of Covid19 regulations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHIL MAGROIN View Post
    Caleb Farley is the top rated
    Actually surtain is the top rated.

    Wyatt is a special player who doesnt come around often

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