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On 12/7/2017 at 3:15 PM, Pantha-kun said:

Also did a fun offense draft that would probably never happen considering last season we drafted offense in the top 3 picks. But if we did something simular again we could have an absolutely stacked offense.

  • R1P22 : Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
  • R2P22 : Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
  • R3P17: Deon Cain, WR, Clemson 
  • R3P22 : Troy Fumagali, TE, Wisconsin 
  • R5P22: Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn 
  • R6P22: Austin Bryant, DE, Clemson 
  • Not even doing the 7th round, lets just say we traded our 7th rounders to move up a bit to snag Bryant in the 6th

We can't forget we have a number of picks from last year who didn't contribute much or at all this season and might contribute quite a bit next season if we're lucky. I think Samuel in particular could be crucial with a entire healthy offseason with Cam and there will be a great competion for the best #2, #3, and #4 WR slots . We might just go with the rookies/2nd years (besides Funchess), and cut Bersin, Byrd and Clay. 

  • Curtis Samuel
  • Taylor Moton
  • Daeshon Hall
  • Corn Elder
  • Alex Armah (so basically fuging everyone from last year besides McCaffrey)

Good work man.  All those weapons would be nice if we can find an OT in FA.  

 

22: R1P22
WR CALVIN RIDLEY
ALABAMA
54: R2P22
TE TROY FUMAGALLI
WISCONSIN
81: R3P17
S JORDAN WHITEHEAD
PITTSBURGH
86: R3P22
OT CONNOR WILLIAMS
TEXAS
160: R5P22
CB TONY BROWN
ALABAMA
201: R6P22
LB T.J. EDWARDS
WISCONSIN
236: R7P14
WR STEVE ISHMAEL
SYRACUSE
244: R7P22
TE DALLAS GOEDERT
S DAKOTA ST
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LOL looks like Fumagalli is this year's draft huddle darling like Fournette was last draft, even tho he's going in the mid rounds somewhere most likely. And him missing a finger is gonna make him a later pick then you might think I'm guessing. 

Round 1 Pick 26: Ronnie Harrison, SS, Alabama (B)
Round 2 Pick 26: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia (A)
Round 3 Pick 19: Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis (A+)
Round 3 Pick 30 (PITT): Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin (B)
Round 5 Pick 3 (PITT): Chad Thomas, DE, Miami (FL) (A)
Round 5 Pick 26: Godwin Igwebuike, FS, Northwestern (B)
Round 6 Pick 26: Steve Ishmael, WR, Syracuse (A-)
Round 7 Pick 14: Iman Marshall, CB, Southern California (A+)
Round 7 Pick 26: Christian LaCouture, DT, LSU (A-)
 

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I really woundlnt mind snagging a WR and a TE in the early rounds if we go mostly defense with the rest of our picks 

Right now its looking lke there could be an early run on defense and a bunch of the WR could be pushed down the board. But if we make a deep playoff run they are likely all gone by the time week pick 

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9 hours ago, Hoenheim said:

I really woundlnt mind snagging a WR and a TE in the early rounds if we go mostly defense with the rest of our picks 

Right now its looking lke there could be an early run on defense and a bunch of the WR could be pushed down the board. But if we make a deep playoff run they are likely all gone by the time week pick 

Im still stacking on doubling up on safety and grabbing a CB

 

Cam has proven he can work with average weapons (see 2015).  Problem is our DBs still need as much work if not more than the WRs.

Funchess is better than what the huddle likes to think and has really started to show some promose this year in his first season getting major pt.he's still young too, only 6 months older than Calvin Ridley who many here would love us to draft.

Other thing to consider.  This years FA is much stronger on the WR side of the house vs DBs.

2018 FA WRs include: Devante Adams, Pryor, Watkins, Decker, Paul Richardson, Allen Robinson, Landry, Donte Moncrief, John Brown, etc.  Hurney has shown he is not afraid to throw around $$. So once he locks up our own guys that he wants to keep, he will peobably throw $$ that way to one of them.

The TE, I just dont see us grabbing another guy high this year with Olsen and Dickson.  We've had plenty of opportunity especially with this past class that was stacks.  And in FA when Olsen went down.  Just seems Rivera and Shula doesnt have a high priority on our TE2

 

So im still sticking with, if I were the GM

1. Ronnie Harrison

2. Trade up via using one of our 3rds: and grabbing Joshua Jackson

3.  Armani Watts

4. Trade up and grab: Pettis

5. BPA: a pass rusher prefferably with the age of ours.  My favorite later prospect IF he comes out is Porter Gustin

And then throw in my FA prospects

1. Moncrief

2. Aaron Lynch

3. Amukamara

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15 hours ago, ncfan said:

 

IDK man, Besides a couple games or so Dickson barely even been part of the passing game when Gregs been out, and our offense struggled plenty of times in that time period. I'm not sure I can really read the mind of the coaches, but if I were them, its obvious Greg is getting old and we need a viable option to groom behind him as the pass catch TE of the future. And Fumagalli is by far and away the best blocker out of the upcoming class too. I'd snatch him up with the 2nd rounder in a heartbeat, alot of mocks have him going in the 3rd or 4th. 

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Love this draft . We can groom McGlinchey behind Kalil for a season and have him ease into the starting role in his 2nd season. Or if hes good enough he can start right away. Cam needs a franchise LT. Got some direly needed secondary depth that could be groomed into eventual starters. Some late round Dline prospects . Picked up Fumagali in the 5th round is a steal at that point. 

Round 1 Pick 27: Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame (B+)
Round 2 Pick 27: Deon Cain, WR, Clemson (A+)
Round 3 Pick 20: Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford (A)
Round 3 Pick 27: Kyzir White, SS, West Virginia (A+)
Round 5 Pick 2 (NYG): Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin (A)
Round 7 Pick 16: Demetrius Cooper, DE, Michigan State (C)
Round 7 Pick 27: Christian LaCouture, DT, LSU (A-)

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wouldnt mind a super defensive draft either. 

Round 1 Pick 27: Ronnie Harrison, SS, Alabama (B)
Round 2 Pick 27: Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville (A)
Round 3 Pick 20: Duke Ejiofor, DE, Wake Forest (A)
Round 3 Pick 27: Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford (A)
Round 5 Pick 27: JK Scott, P, Alabama (A+)
Round 6 Pick 27: David Bright, OT, Stanford (A+)
Round 7 Pick 16: Tony Adams, OG, North Carolina State (B+)
Round 7 Pick 27: DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State (A-)
 

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24: R1P24
 
S RONNIE HARRISON
ALABAMA
56: R2P24
 
S ARMANI WATTS
TEXAS A&M
85: R3P21
 
EDGE JOSH SWEAT
FLORIDA STATE
88: R3P24
 
WR DANTE PETTIS
WASHINGTON
163: R5P24
 
CB QUENTON MEEKS
STANFORD
202: R6P24
 
FB JAYLEN SAMUELS
NORTH CAROLINA STATE

 

 

Double up at safety.  Our DBs are the biggest weak point on the team.  Weak tackles, poor coverage.  Both of these guys will help.

Sweat is a ultra athletic DE with loads of potential.  Dealt with injuries since high school and forced to play 3-4 DE in FSU defense despite being long thin better fot for 4-3 D.

Pettis helps the WRs

Athletic CB with great ball skills to compete and oush these other young struggling CBs

Samuels- Love this pick and im a UNC fan.  I like Armah but Shula and Rivera just dont use a traditional lead FB.  Samuel is more like a Tolbert, Great reciever, Solid rusher, and can block if needed

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I'm convinced this is the best possible draft in terms of pre college playoff / cfb championship game/pre combine 

Round 2 Pick 5 (T.B.): Ronnie Harrison, SS, Alabama (A-)
Round 3 Pick 6 (DEN): Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis (A)
Round 3 Pick 10 (CINN): Duke Ejiofor, DE, Wake Forest (A)
Round 3 Pick 24: Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford (A+)
Round 3 Pick 29: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State (A)
Round 4 Pick 1 (CLE): Rasheem Green, DE, Southern California (A-)
Round 4 Pick 21 (SEA): Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin (A-)
Round 6 Pick 29: David Bright, OT, Stanford (A+)
Round 6 Pick 30 (T.B.): Iman Marshall, CB, Southern California (A+)

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On 12/11/2017 at 8:32 AM, ncfan said:

Im still stacking on doubling up on safety and grabbing a CB

 

Cam has proven he can work with average weapons (see 2015).  Problem is our DBs still need as much work if not more than the WRs.

Funchess is better than what the huddle likes to think and has really started to show some promose this year in his first season getting major pt.he's still young too, only 6 months older than Calvin Ridley who many here would love us to draft.

Other thing to consider.  This years FA is much stronger on the WR side of the house vs DBs.

2018 FA WRs include: Devante Adams, Pryor, Watkins, Decker, Paul Richardson, Allen Robinson, Landry, Donte Moncrief, John Brown, etc.  Hurney has shown he is not afraid to throw around $$. So once he locks up our own guys that he wants to keep, he will peobably throw $$ that way to one of them.

The TE, I just dont see us grabbing another guy high this year with Olsen and Dickson.  We've had plenty of opportunity especially with this past class that was stacks.  And in FA when Olsen went down.  Just seems Rivera and Shula doesnt have a high priority on our TE2

 

So im still sticking with, if I were the GM

1. Ronnie Harrison

2. Trade up via using one of our 3rds: and grabbing Joshua Jackson

3.  Armani Watts

4. Trade up and grab: Pettis

5. BPA: a pass rusher prefferably with the age of ours.  My favorite later prospect IF he comes out is Porter Gustin

And then throw in my FA prospects

1. Moncrief

2. Aaron Lynch

3. Amukamara

I haven’t researched the prospects that much yet, but as of now I really like this draft/FA

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LOL, how bout this to fix the WR situation?

 

24: R1P24
WR COURTLAND SUTTON
SMU
56: R2P24
WR CHRISTIAN KIRK
TEXAS A&M
85: R3P21
RB RASHAAD PENNY
SAN DIEGO STATE
88: R3P24
WR JAMES WASHINGTON
OKLAHOMA STATE

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Anthony Miller (WR) is on my wish list.  

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