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  1. I'm likely higher on the addition of Matt Breida than most, but his elite speed should force defenses to respect the possibility of off-tackle runs unlike last season where they could cheat inside. Hoping he can stay healthy and get a handful of snaps each game.
  2. Being really excited when the Bills traded up for Sammy Watkins. Thought he was going to put our offense over the top and give Manuel a chance to grow/improve. Gross... Outstanding topic btw!
  3. My list is James Wiggins, Khyiris Tonga, Trill Williams, Josh Imatorbhebhe, Charles Snowden, Sadarius Hutcherson, Tommy Kraemer, Marvin Wilson, Trevon Grimes, Shaun Beyer, Tamorrion Terry, Mark Gilbert, Robert Jones, Quentin Morris, and Tony Poljan.
  4. Jack Anderson is a great fit for our zone blocking scheme. RAS of 8.58, team captain, and three year starter at RG. Good mobility and plays with heavy hands. Needs to clean up his footwork and balance.
  5. Damar Hamlin is a converted CB who was a three year starter at free safety for Pitt. Was a team captain and led the team in passes defended in 2020. Has a RAS of 6.98 and is described as a very coachable player with a high football IQ. Can be overaggressive and miss tackles and has average length. Rashad Wildgoose is a three year starter at Wisconsin who got snaps inside and outside mostly in zone coverage. Has a RAS of 7.2 and has NFL-caliber speed, burst, and aggression. Needs some patience and development to work on his tackling and instincts.
  6. Wiggins and either Trey Smith or Marvin Wilson/Khyiris Tonga possibly?
  7. Marquez Stevenson has 4.45 speed and a 6.46 Three Cone which is elite. Has an RAS of 5.39 and has 3 career KR TDs. Needs to add strength and develop as a route runner, but a pick I can be excited about. A Day 1 kick returner as he improves as a receiver.
  8. Top freak athletes left and their RAS (excluding QBs, OT, and EDGE): Trey Smith G Tennessee (9.91) Sadarius Hutcherson G South Carolina (9.89) Chris Evans RB Michigan (9.85) Tyler Coyle S Purdue (9.83) James Wiggins S Cincinnati (9.70) Elijah Mitchell RB Louisiana (9.51) Brandon Smith WR Iowa (9.16) Tim Jones WR Southern Miss (9.03) Jimmy Morrissey C Pittsburgh (9.01) Tre Nixon WR UCF (8.98) Josh Imatorbhebhe WR Illinois (8.97)
  9. I believe so, but NFL Network still has it listed as Houston on its ticker. Same with the later pick
  10. Top freak athletes left and their RAS (excluding QBs, OT, and EDGE): Trey Smith G Tennessee (9.91) Sadarius Hutcherson G South Carolina (9.89) Chris Evans RB Michigan (9.85) Tyler Coyle S Purdue (9.83) James Wiggins S Cincinnati (9.70) Elijah Mitchell RB Louisiana (9.51) Brandon Smith WR Iowa (9.16) Tim Jones WR Southern Miss (9.03) Jimmy Morrissey C Pittsburgh (9.01) Tre Nixon WR UCF (8.98) Josh Imatorbhebhe WR Illinois (8.97)
  11. Simi Fehoko might have been cool (he's the huge athletic freak left that would have been very on brand for us!) but I still really like Shi Smith. Hopefully we have another shot!
  12. If you ain't first (Spencer Brown), you're last. Bust!!
  13. ...which is why good teams/organizations don't trade up to a given spot targeting a player with a full ten picks to go. So weird!
  14. Yeah great to see. Like other posters have mentioned, we didn't lose often last season, but when we did, it was usually because we were out-matched physically especially on the line of scrimmage. This draft appears to be trying to correct that issue and I like that all of these are great athletes with huge untapped potential.
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