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  1. Carter Coughlin is somebody in the 5th we could look at. OLB/ pass rusher. He could add 20 lbs and play end after being in the league a couple seasons. Developmental type. Hard worker with some twitch.
  2. He's also an outstanding blocker. Watch "Matt Waldman's RSP Film Room No.195 WR Jauan Jennings (Tennessee)" on YouTube https://youtu.be/bJCj-p53lNY
  3. Gordon, Luton, or Stanley in the late rounds. I'd take a flyer on Stanley with the later 6th round pick. His game last year against Ohio state was excellent.
  4. Josh Uche should be there in second and has the profile to replace lorax. Willikes in the 3rd I'f we wait. Darrell Taylor from Tennessee from a developmental standpoint his physical gifts are outstanding needs coaching
  5. This one's from first pick with a trade up in the second for next year's 1st. Round 2 Pick 5 (LAC): Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor (B+) Round 2 Pick 22: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin (A+) Round 3 Pick 22: Darrell Taylor, DE/OLB, Tennessee (A) Round 4 Pick 22: Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan (A+) Round 5 Pick 9: Jeremy Chinn, FS/SS, Southern Illinois (A+) Round 6 Pick 9: Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton (A+) Round 6 Pick 28: Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa (B) Round 7 Pick 25: AJ Green, CB, Oklahoma State (A+)
  6. This one's fan speak latest bigboard 54: R2P22 EDGE JULIAN OKWARA NOTRE DAME 86: R3P22 WR ANTONIO GANDY-GOLDEN LIBERTY 128: R4P22 RB AJ DILLON BOSTON COLLEGE 167: R5P21 RB ANTONIO GIBSON MEMPHIS 188: R6P9 LB WILLIE GAY, JR. MISSISSIPPI STATE 207: R6P28 P MICHAEL TURK ARIZONA STATE 239: R7P25 K RODRIGO BLANKENSH GEORGIA
  7. This one's from first pick and im still able to get the same players. The probabilities of them being available are increasing towards the good. Round 2 Pick 22: Josh Uche, OLB/DE, Michigan (A) Round 3 Pick 22: Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame (A+) Round 4 Pick 22: Zack Moss, RB, Utah (A+) Round 5 Pick 9: Jeremy Chinn, FS/SS, Southern Illinois (A+) Round 6 Pick 9: Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton (A+) Round 6 Pick 28: Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina (A+) Round 7 Pick 25: Rodrigo Blankenship, K, Georgia (
  8. This one is from draftnetwork, and it was almost identical as the first one I did just before this one. In both I passed on j.k. dobbins and okwara, after watching Uches film again I see lorax in him can rush inside or outside, he can play with his hand in the dirt or 2pt. Stance. And his coverage drops are smooth and in a hurry. Definitely has the quickness and agility. His change of direction is excellent. Offers great flexibility for the defense. I also keep grabbing muse in the 5th for his versatility and size 6'2" 230, can you say Matt milano 54 Joshua Uche, EDGE 86 Chase Claypool, WR 128 A.J. Dillon, RB 167 Tanner Muse, S 188 Lamar Jackson, CB 207 Jauan Jennings, WR 239 Levonta Taylor, CB
  9. Fanspeak, draft countdown BB. 54: R2P22 WR CHASE CLAYPOOL NOTRE DAME 86: R3P22 EDGE JULIAN OKWARA NOTRE DAME 128: R4P22 RB A.J. DILLON BOSTON COLLEGE 167: R5P21 WR TYLER JOHNSON MINNESOTA 188: R6P9 LB TANNER MUSE CLEMSON 207: R6P28 LB SHAQUILLE QUARTERMAN MIAMI 239: R7P25 K RODRIGO BLANKENSHIP GEORGIA I know Okwara is a pipe dream in the 3rd, but he fell there so had to take him
  10. Im really starting to love Antonio Gibson, all purpose threat. Daboll would have a field day making up plays for that guy. He's dangerous. Thx for the props.i like how you put the height and weight with the player, it never occurred to me, nice.
  11. First pick draft with trades. Traded next year's 1st and this year's 3rd and 5th to get back in the first #26 and took Zach Baun I think he's our best bet to replace Zo with his youthful versatility. Rd 1 pick 26 Zach Baun Somehow mims fell to me in the second which I tried diligently to move up to secure him. Rd 2 pick 22 Denzel Mims It took allot of work to move up in the 4th for Denver's pick which I turned into Dillon Rd 4 pick 12 A.J. Dillon. The rest of the draft just took BPA that mildly fits a need. Rd 6 pick 28 Adam Trautman, not that I expect him to be available at this point, but he was there so I snagged him. And finally I picked up k'Von Wallace at 7th rd pick 25. That's 5 draft picks that are talented and fill needs, as Beane said we didn't need 9 picks. So I figured why not work the board. And in reference to using next year's 1st, the belief is that it should be in the high 20's. So essentially a high second rounder Bauns talent should make it work it. Let me know what you think.
  12. Watch "Denzel Mims is the Sleeper Superstar of the 2020 NFL Draft" on YouTube https://youtu.be/8VzzDaz1Hbk
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