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1. Chase Claypool / WR / Notre Dame - I've watched the young man play and develop at ND over the last 4 years. He has grown by leaps and bounds despite the inconsistent QB play he has had to deal with. He offers the big-bodied target Josh would love to have, has good hands, excellent body control, runs a solid route tree for a guy his size, has the speed to get behind a defender, and will go up to get the ball at it's highest point. Likely Day 2 selection. 

 

2. AJ Dillon / RB / Boston College - AJ is a RB in an edge defender's body. He will straight run guys over, throw them off of him, has decently nimble feet for a 250lb RB, and has shown some breakaway speed when he hits the open field. I believe he would be the perfect compliment to Singletary in this offense. He can catch the ball, though he would need to work on that part of his game of course, even though he wasn't really used that way at BC. Likely an early/mid Day 3 selection.

 

3. Kenny Willekes / DE / Michigan St. -  Willekes is a process guy if there ever was one. He went from being a walk on @ MSU to a 2nd Team All American. He is relentless on the field and has excellent lateral mobility for a DE. He also just seems to have a knack for sniffing out and then getting in to make tackles on running plays. The knock on him, apparently, is his power, but I've I've seen him bull rush his way through or straight throw out of the way the OT in front of him. You also better not let your TE try to block him 1 on 1. He will need to be coached up a bit on not getting caught with his eyes in the backfield so he maintains his edge, but I believe he could be a nice get for someone late Day 2/early Day 3. 

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Jerry Jeudy no matter what....

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I’ll start with Justin Jefferson from LSU, just think he’s one of those underrated guys in the process that becomes a star in the league like DAndre Hopkins

 

Cam Akers from Florida State. His Oline was horrendous, still put up 1,000 yard seasons and big plays in the run and pass game. Would be an awesome 1-2 punch

 

Alex Taylor South Carolina State. Awesome 3-5 rounder who has all the measurable to be a big time NFL tackle. Small school will hurt him but he could play LT or RT after we get the rawness out

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First off I’m going to cheat because if everything stayed as is in a perfect draft I’d take: 1st round Ceedee Lamb, 2nd CJ Henderson, 3rd Bradlee Anae or Josh Uche...but it’s unlikely those players last that long.

 

This is an awesome draft for WRs I love so many of these guys. 
 

3 players I would be happy to have in buffalo: 

 

Ke’Shawn Vaughn - 4th round or later I’d take Vaughn over any RB. If we’re taking a RB early I’d want Taylor or Edwards. 
 

Denzel Mims - if we don’t land one of the premier WRs early he’s a big mismatch with nice hands

 

Josh Uche - take over for LoRax. He’s got a great motor and is fun to watch

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3 hours ago, H2o said:

1. Chase Claypool / WR / Notre Dame - I've watched the young man play and develop at ND over the last 4 years. He has grown by leaps and bounds despite the inconsistent QB play he has had to deal with. He offers the big-bodied target Josh would love to have, has good hands, excellent body control, runs a solid route tree for a guy his size, has the speed to get behind a defender, and will go up to get the ball at it's highest point. Likely Day 2 selection. 

 

2. AJ Dillon / RB / Boston College - AJ is a RB in an edge defender's body. He will straight run guys over, throw them off of him, has decently nimble feet for a 250lb RB, and has shown some breakaway speed when he hits the open field. I believe he would be the perfect compliment to Singletary in this offense. He can catch the ball, though he would need to work on that part of his game of course, even though he wasn't really used that way at BC. Likely an early/mid Day 3 selection.

 


You hit on two of my three! I am interested to see how Claypool runs at the combine. He has insane body control that reminds me of Larry Fitzgerald at Pitt.

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My latest draft crush is Bradlee Anae out of Utah. Think him in the 2nd would be amazing value. Feels like a bit of a reach at #22. 

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Would like to see one of those later round Draft slots used on Sterling Hofrichter  Punter  Syracuse University.  

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Mekhi Becton, T Louisville

 

Micheal Pittman Jr, WR USC

 

LaMichael Perine, RB Florida

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I assume you mean realistic otherwise i would take Chase Young , Derrick Brown and Andrew Thomas.

 

1. WR Laviska Shenault 62 220

2. DE James Lynch 64 295

3. OT Calvin Throckmorton 65 318

 

ALso want RB Clyde Edwards Helaire but he didn't fit in our draft order.

 

 

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1 hour ago, GunnerBill said:

My latest draft crush is Bradlee Anae out of Utah. Think him in the 2nd would be amazing value. Feels like a bit of a reach at #22. 

He started to win me over Senior Bowl week. He was just so consistently good all week against top talent. Anae in the 2nd would be great.

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Jefferson - wr - LSU ... Watched this kid a lot this season as LSU was on every week. He was well beyond being good every time I watched him play. He is just what Allen needs, he gets open, he catches the ball, he gets in the end zone.

 

Bradley Anae - DE/LB - Utah ... Would be a solid replacement for Alexander

 

Ezra Cleveland - OT - Boise St ... Still need more on the line. Move Ford to LG and they might be set.

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Van Jefferson in the 3rd or 4th would make me really happy.   Having a precision route runner for the first time in many, many years would be great...

 

 

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With an assumption that you can not be sure who may be available - Here you go:

1.  A.J. Epenesa, DE, Iowa

2.  Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC

3.  J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State

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6 hours ago, H2o said:

1. Chase Claypool / WR / Notre Dame - I've watched the young man play and develop at ND over the last 4 years. He has grown by leaps and bounds despite the inconsistent QB play he has had to deal with. He offers the big-bodied target Josh would love to have, has good hands, excellent body control, runs a solid route tree for a guy his size, has the speed to get behind a defender, and will go up to get the ball at it's highest point. Likely Day 2 selection. 

 

2. AJ Dillon / RB / Boston College - AJ is a RB in an edge defender's body. He will straight run guys over, throw them off of him, has decently nimble feet for a 250lb RB, and has shown some breakaway speed when he hits the open field. I believe he would be the perfect compliment to Singletary in this offense. He can catch the ball, though he would need to work on that part of his game of course, even though he wasn't really used that way at BC. Likely an early/mid Day 3 selection.

 

3. Kenny Willekes / DE / Michigan St. -  Willekes is a process guy if there ever was one. He went from being a walk on @ MSU to a 2nd Team All American. He is relentless on the field and has excellent lateral mobility for a DE. He also just seems to have a knack for sniffing out and then getting in to make tackles on running plays. The knock on him, apparently, is his power, but I've I've seen him bull rush his way through or straight throw out of the way the OT in front of him. You also better not let your TE try to block him 1 on 1. He will need to be coached up a bit on not getting caught with his eyes in the backfield so he maintains his edge, but I believe he could be a nice get for someone late Day 2/early Day 3. 

Willekes is definitely a guy I want us to draft

 

1.Judge Jeudy

2.Shane Lemieux

3.Kenny Willekes

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Justin Jefferson

 

Jeff Gladney

 

Benito Jones (one of my favorite players in the draft)

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3 guys I like:

 

Bryce Hall, CB - Virginia

 

Bradlee Anae, DE - Utah

 

Denzel Mimms, WR - Baylor

 

 

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Remember last year when everyone wanted the Bills to draft Bryce Love in the 4th round?

 

 

6 hours ago, H2o said:

1. Chase Claypool / WR / Notre Dame - I've watched the young man play and develop at ND over the last 4 years. He has grown by leaps and bounds despite the inconsistent QB play he has had to deal with. He offers the big-bodied target Josh would love to have, has good hands, excellent body control, runs a solid route tree for a guy his size, has the speed to get behind a defender, and will go up to get the ball at it's highest point. Likely Day 2 selection. 

 

He did have a very nice season, seems to have great hands and body control as you said, plus good w/ contested catches.

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1. Jalen Reagor. I assume Jeudy, Lamb, and Ruggs are out of reach and Reagor is the next best WR IMO. 
 

2. Edwards-Hellaire. I love him as a prospect. I don’t think Buffalo will go for him but I would love it if they did. 
 

3. Amik Robertson. Undersized slot corner and doesn’t really have the elite athleticism you look for to make up for it but the way he plays seems like a good fit with McD and I think he can be had on Day 3.

 

Just missing out is Bryan Edwards, the South Carolina WR. 

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3 hours ago, whatdrought said:

3 guys I like:

 

Bryce Hall, CB - Virginia

 

Bradlee Anae, DE - Utah

 

Denzel Mimms, WR - Baylor

 

 


I Am a fan of Mims, but only if there in the 3rd...

 

Pick him there even if they have already picked a WR earlier..

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14 hours ago, H2o said:

1. Chase Claypool / WR / Notre Dame - I've watched the young man play and develop at ND over the last 4 years. He has grown by leaps and bounds despite the inconsistent QB play he has had to deal with. He offers the big-bodied target Josh would love to have, has good hands, excellent body control, runs a solid route tree for a guy his size, has the speed to get behind a defender, and will go up to get the ball at it's highest point. Likely Day 2 selection. 

 

2. AJ Dillon / RB / Boston College - AJ is a RB in an edge defender's body. He will straight run guys over, throw them off of him, has decently nimble feet for a 250lb RB, and has shown some breakaway speed when he hits the open field. I believe he would be the perfect compliment to Singletary in this offense. He can catch the ball, though he would need to work on that part of his game of course, even though he wasn't really used that way at BC. Likely an early/mid Day 3 selection.

 

3. Kenny Willekes / DE / Michigan St. -  Willekes is a process guy if there ever was one. He went from being a walk on @ MSU to a 2nd Team All American. He is relentless on the field and has excellent lateral mobility for a DE. He also just seems to have a knack for sniffing out and then getting in to make tackles on running plays. The knock on him, apparently, is his power, but I've I've seen him bull rush his way through or straight throw out of the way the OT in front of him. You also better not let your TE try to block him 1 on 1. He will need to be coached up a bit on not getting caught with his eyes in the backfield so he maintains his edge, but I believe he could be a nice get for someone late Day 2/early Day 3. 


H2O, I typically like you’re posts, and like the choices.  If we can get Dillon in the 5th or later, perfect, and I’m fine with bundling a couple of the later picks to move up for 2 WR’s, and a DE.  You’re choices at those positions are solid.

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8 hours ago, DCOrange said:

1. Jalen Reagor. I assume Jeudy, Lamb, and Ruggs are out of reach and Reagor is the next best WR IMO. 
 

2. Edwards-Hellaire. I love him as a prospect. I don’t think Buffalo will go for him but I would love it if they did. 
 

3. Amik Robertson. Undersized slot corner and doesn’t really have the elite athleticism you look for to make up for it but the way he plays seems like a good fit with McD and I think he can be had on Day 3.

 

Just missing out is Bryan Edwards, the South Carolina WR. 

 

Reagor: 5'11"

Edwards-Helaire: 5'8"

Amik Robertson: 5'9"

 

That is just what this team needs, to go smaller? Our existing RB's are too small to be of much use in pass pro, our WR's are too short for red zone duty and we need long CB's that can play zone. All three of these guys are intriguing and talented but seem to be the opposite of what we need.

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9 hours ago, VirginiaMike said:

With an assumption that you can not be sure who may be available - Here you go:

1.  A.J. Epenesa, DE, Iowa

2.  Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC

3.  J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State

I'd be thrilled with that draft.

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2 hours ago, machine gun kelly said:


H2O, I typically like you’re posts, and like the choices.  If we can get Dillon in the 5th or later, perfect, and I’m fine with bundling a couple of the later picks to move up for 2 WR’s, and a DE.  You’re choices at those positions are solid.


H2O, consider you’re three guys, DiMarco is cut for Dillon as he could be a hybrid RB battering ram at 6’0” 250lbs. so a Carson from Seattle type guy, plus doubling up for Singletary as a FB for if Spotrac is right another significant savings.  If you add to a Murphy, Kroft, and Smith cut, that is around $17 mil extra in cap space so just under $99 mil in space affording Ngakoue, and Hooper.  We go to 3 TE’s keeping Sweeney, and Hooper is at the top of the list, a big upgrade at DE and TE, and if we wanted to keep Yeldon or McKenzie as a hybrid pass catching RB or WR for gadget plays, we have more than enough talent added to offense.

 

Then we add you’re guys in the draft so two more WR’s, another edge rusher where we don’t have to keep Lawson, as well as Dillon, and we can keep up against the AFCW, NFCW, and the Pats less Brady.  Match made in heaven.  Extend who we want, hold back for Milano and White next year, Allen in a couple of years, have a young and growing team, and bye bye Pats as AFCE whipping boys.  There will still be $ in the cap to keep this train running for at least a couple of years and I’m not afraid of any AFC team.

 

Make it so Mc Beane.  You can still get some economical role players this year.  We don’t need 9 picks as they’ll never all make the team.  Pick up 5-6 by bundling, and getting better players, and we have replenished starters.  Think about a stud WR, RB, TE group, better edge rushing, H Phillips replenishing our interior, and no we can’t have everything, but we don’t go after these 30+ somethings on the decline of their career.

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