This assumes no trade down(which I always yearn for)
Further assumes no trade up and no trade of Hardy
After hearing Gman talk about the 9 guys that are OT's and WR's that have first round grades, I have made my list.
(Moses could also be gone, but I think him about a #40 value)
They will be long gone.
I suspect they will all be gone.
This leads us to the other position that Gman mentioned as a need. "CONNER"
I think Dennard and Gilbert will be gone. SO.
1st Kyle Fuller CB Va Tech
Can play press, off coverage and is very physical. Will give our D even more options
2nd Juwaun James OT U of Tennessee
One of the guys that will be a solid Pro and can be a good LT, unlike many of the guys who can only play RT. Might be a year before he starts unless Bell turns into a disaster. He can fight for the RT with Chandler until.
3rd Martavius Bryant WR Clemson
Tall guy who has straight ahead speed. 3rd rounder because he does not have the greatest hands on earth, but physically can be a red zone threat and with our WR coach, probably a lot more. I do not think we have to hit home runs with the WR's this season. We have some vets and young guys and the competition will be good for all.
4th Dri Archer WR/RB Kent St
Quick as lightning. Think he can be a threat in many areas. Hoping we can utilize him. We will use him primarily at WR.
5th Ethan Westbrooks DE West Texas A&M
Alexander having issues. CJ getting paid waaaay too much and Kraken on a one year deal. This guy can get into the rotation right away and who knows what will happen for him after his rookie year. But, with the other question marks at DE, we need a guy that has the potential to come along, not unlike the Kraken himself.
6th Laurent Duvernay Tardif OT McGill/Canada
Hey, it is the 6th round and this is where you find the guys that sit behind your starters for a year or two and then you plug em in. This guy from Canada performed incredibly well at his pro day. Strong and quick. Highly intelligent as he is studying to be a doctor. High character guy.
7th Blake Annen TE U of Cincinnati
Just under 250 lbs. Ran a 4.41 at his pro day. Can work as an H Back, again, like Archer, giving us some unique looks and sets. I think opening up our offense is very important. We have been too predictable and with our OLine having only Kalil in the same spot, we cannot be so predictable.
Sorry guys, no flashy pics or videos. Not much time and will be gone the first of the week, so getting it out of the way now.