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I could see Beane moving a 2021 2nd or something like that to move up for “his guy” if they value a guy that falls to about 14/15 or so. 

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On 2/14/2020 at 10:07 PM, njbuff said:

Man this is a DEEP DEEP draft for WR’s.

 

You can see multiple Pro Bowlers from the 4th round and beyond from this draft.

I think this is a little too optimistic- what are there, 4 WR pro bowlers on each of the NFC and AFC squads?

On 2/21/2020 at 11:08 AM, Reed83HOF said:

 

 

 

I love the top 3, but Ruggs has the highest ceiling and brings an explosiveness the others don't. 

Unfortunately, Bills will have no shot at him.

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Charlie Campbell mock has this WR going to Bills in 2nd rd

 

CentralFlorida_logo.gif Gabriel Davis*, WR, Central Florida
Height: 6-3. Weight: 212.
Projected 40 Time: 4.50.
Projected Round (2020): 1-3.

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3 hours ago, ALF said:

Charlie Campbell mock has this WR going to Bills in 2nd rd

 

CentralFlorida_logo.gif Gabriel Davis*, WR, Central Florida
Height: 6-3. Weight: 212.
Projected 40 Time: 4.50.
Projected Round (2020): 1-3.

 

 

...just one of my (usual) baseless hunches.....could see Beane shopping to move down to 27 (or so) to grab an extra 2nd, then going WR with one of the two picks.....as I don't get to see college ball, I respectfully leave his target at #27 to our TBD Collegiate Ball experts (and yes, they ARE good...:thumbsup:)...........

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1 hour ago, OldTimeAFLGuy said:

 

 

...just one of my (usual) baseless hunches.....could see Beane shopping to move down to 27 (or so) to grab an extra 2nd, then going WR with one of the two picks.....as I don't get to see college ball, I respectfully leave his target at #27 to our TBD Collegiate Ball experts (and yes, they ARE good...:thumbsup:)...........

I think the idea of moving down from 22, perhaps even into the top 10 or so of the 2nd round is a potentially good strategy given that the Bills are in the WR market (and other markets as well).  They likely won't have a shot at Ruggs, Juedy or Lamb at 22.  There are many here who don't like Tee Higgins (I'm not sure why) and I don't see Shenault as a real WR at this point - watch a few of his games and many of his touches come on runs and on passes within +/- 5 yards of the line of scrimmage - that doesn't say NFL 1st round pick to me.  

 

There are purportedly a lot of WR candidates that will have 2nd round grades that they could hopefully nab one of early in round 2 then double back with their own 2nd on another position or double down on WR.

 

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For those that are interested: Minnesota media reporting that Tyler Johnson likely will not do athletic testing at the Combine. Plans to wait until Pro Day for it.

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Recommend following Brad Kelly both on Twitter and YouTube; especially YouTube. He's posting videos of every target/rush attempt for WRs like this:

 

 

The All-22 angle really helps in terms of being able to see how these guys separate before the ball enters the picture. With this video in particular, Mims seems like kind of a fish out of water in terms of his route running but he shows off his size, athleticism, and hands in this one.

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Figured I'd post a link to the Google Sheet I've been working on throughout the year. The first tab takes Matt Miller's positional rankings and combines it with the schools that we've scouted this year and color-codes it so you can easily see who we've scouted and where they rank within their position. The second tab lists all the prospects that we've met with at the Senior Bowl and Combine (that I know of), whether or not we scouted one of their games, and where they rank at their position. The third tab is the reason I'm posting it here: I took all the WRs that are in PFF's draft guide and are at the Combine, sorted them into player type categories, and am doing a color-coded breakdown of their metrics, workout results, etc.

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EGcKt-3OhHND7shQmY9LREGwBxtnUcFwQtQDz2U-3tk/edit?usp=sharing

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On 2/27/2020 at 9:33 AM, DCOrange said:

Figured I'd post a link to the Google Sheet I've been working on throughout the year. The first tab takes Matt Miller's positional rankings and combines it with the schools that we've scouted this year and color-codes it so you can easily see who we've scouted and where they rank within their position. The second tab lists all the prospects that we've met with at the Senior Bowl and Combine (that I know of), whether or not we scouted one of their games, and where they rank at their position. The third tab is the reason I'm posting it here: I took all the WRs that are in PFF's draft guide and are at the Combine, sorted them into player type categories, and am doing a color-coded breakdown of their metrics, workout results, etc.

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EGcKt-3OhHND7shQmY9LREGwBxtnUcFwQtQDz2U-3tk/edit?usp=sharing

Thanks for a great tool for analysis here DC!

 

So Tyler Johnson as a slot.  Mims or Claypool as outside WRs.  What I see based on numbers and meetings.

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