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On 3/31/2020 at 6:47 PM, John from Riverside said:

Is there a reason why?

Pittman is a very good route runner and is very, very competitive (plays mad). I like that. But there is a kid that you might be able to pick up in the 5th/6th round name Isaiah Hodgins. He is only a 4.61 guy but gets open, catches everything, is about 6'-4"", and I think he's got to be 210 lbs. and almost 10" hands. He is going to play in this league and I've heard nothing about him. Maybe because he plays up in the Northwest @ Oregon St. 

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40 minutes ago, MOVALLEYRANDY said:

Pittman is a very good route runner and is very, very competitive (plays mad). I like that. But there is a kid that you might be able to pick up in the 5th/6th round name Isaiah Hodgins. He is only a 4.61 guy but gets open, catches everything, is about 6'-4"", and I think he's got to be 210 lbs. and almost 10" hands. He is going to play in this league and I've heard nothing about him. Maybe because he plays up in the Northwest @ Oregon St. 

I'll check out his film

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From hudgins all 22 analysis,  he's got good hands and can win with size. But I can't see him getting that much space at the next level. A couple times they showed him in the red zone he could have easily ran the short post wide open in the endzone yet chose out routes, the second being his worst decision. Im not sure about his toughness either. Looking at the 2 hits he took, one from a db were he got flipped, wasn't that bad, just his own body weight and the other on a broken play where he took a somewhat decent hit from the linebacker, it wasn't life altering or anything but yet he was slow to get up both times. I think he could be limited on what you could ask him to do and there wasn't allot of tape of him fighting through tight on line coverages. But that's just me, trying to be objective. 

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I have a feeling I might be a little disappointed with our actual draft, If I keep having these nice mocks. I like having another solid Rb to split time with Singletary, A high upside OT, And some good depth defensive players. Also took a couple fliers on Wrs, maybe one will be better than where they were drafted. 

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21 hours ago, Watkins101 said:

4 recievers (I view Gibson as more of a Wr, with doing some sweeps and gadget plays) might be a little excessive, no?

One would assume Beane didn’t do his homework or was not confident in his ability to draft WRs if our draft was such. I expect a WR a RB a DE and a LB methodically taken throughout our draft. Also, Gibson will be a WR at the next level so in @BuffaloHokie13 scenario we don’t even draft a true RB. 

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On 4/6/2020 at 8:18 AM, Watkins101 said:

This draft had 8! receivers  go in the first round.  Didn't really want a center, but Biadasz had too much value at pick 86 to pass. Claypool at 128 would be a dream. I really liked grabbing Alton Robinson in the 6th, I expect him to go in the fourth though. This draft shores up our Rb room, and adds Wr depth with Claypool having immense potential. Sign me up! What is up with Josh Edwards board? Some very strange rankings...

 

54: R2P22
 
RB JONATHAN TAYLOR
WISCONSIN
86: R3P22
 
C TYLER BIADASZ
WISCONSIN
128: R4P22
 
WR CHASE CLAYPOOL
NOTRE DAME
167: R5P21
 
S K'VON WALLACE
CLEMSON
188: R6P9
 
EDGE ALTON ROBINSON
SYRACUSE
207: R6P28
 
WR ISAIAH HODGINS
OREGON STATE

Great mock.....but it’s the reason I hate these.  I can’t see any of those players falling to any of their draft slots.

4 hours ago, Victory Formation said:

One would assume Beane didn’t do his homework or was not confident in his ability to draft WRs if our draft was such. I expect a WR a RB a DE and a LB methodically taken throughout our draft. Also, Gibson will be a WR at the next level so in @BuffaloHokie13 scenario we don’t even draft a true RB. 

Will be huh? Interesting that you know what’s inside the heads of every gm.  All it takes is one to love his fit as a rb.  He’s worth 7-10 carries a game imo.

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Make it happen Beane! Every single one of these players can contribute on Day 1 at needed areas and also represent key depth and talent for future years. 

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On 4/3/2020 at 3:24 PM, ScorpionZero said:

This one's from walk the mock. 

 

2:22 Denzel Mims WR Baylor

3:22 Jeremy Chinn SS S. Illinois

4:22 Trevis Gipson EDGE Tulsa

5:21 Darrell Taylor EDGE Tennessee

6:9 Tavien Feaster RB Clemson

6:28 Damien Lewis G LSU

7:5 Logan Wilson LB Wyoming

Mims is the guy I want but I have a feel he will be taken bottom of the 1st, unfortunately...

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1: R2P22
 
EDGE TERRELL LEWIS
ALABAMA
2: R3P22
 
C CESAR RUIZ
MICHIGAN
3: R4P22
 
RB ZACK MOSS
UTAH
4: R5P21
 
CB DEMARKUS ACY
MISSOURI
5: R6P9
 
S DAVID DOWELL
MICHIGAN STATE
6: R6P28
 
WR LAWRENCE CAGER
GEORGIA
7: R7P25
 
LB KEANDRE JONES
MARYLAND

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Outside of Swift, Taylor and Dobbins, are any other backs better than Yeldon?

And even if Helaire is, we already have an undersized back, wouldn't 2 be ill advised

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Fanspeak... zero WR's... didn't fall out well for WR's in this mock.

 

54: R2P22  CB JAYLON JOHNSON   UTAH

86: R3P22   RB JONATHAN TAYLOR   WISCONSIN

128: R4P22   EDGE KHALID KAREEM   NOTRE DAME

167: R5P21   S GENO STONE   IOWA

188: R6P9   OT JON RUNYAN   MICHIGAN

207: R6P28   LB SHAQUILLE QUARTERMAN  MIAMI

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7 hours ago, hjnick said:

Fanspeak... zero WR's... didn't fall out well for WR's in this mock.

 

54: R2P22  CB JAYLON JOHNSON   UTAH

 

86: R3P22   RB JONATHAN TAYLOR   WISCONSIN

 

128: R4P22   EDGE KHALID KAREEM   NOTRE DAME

 

167: R5P21   S GENO STONE   IOWA

 

188: R6P9   OT JON RUNYAN   MICHIGAN

 

207: R6P28   LB SHAQUILLE QUARTERMAN  MIAMI

Good non wideout, could still take one in 7th.

16 hours ago, JaCrispy said:

Mims is the guy I want but I have a feel he will be taken bottom of the 1st, unfortunately...

Unfortunately I agree, moving up to earlier 2nd might happen if somebody we covet falls 

 

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Just a reminder, starting next week Wednesday on the 15. All mock drafts will go into the kitty for determining the drafts most selected. Between then and the beginning of the virtual draf on Thursday I will add up and give the highest percentage of most mocked picks through the draft. So have fun and go post crazy. I recommend using each mock draft engine I've posted, but that's up to you. Just go crazy and mock it up. i will also be posting the same results from the gazillion mocks I've already done. Let's have some fun. Go for it mockers. 

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