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Round 1 Pick 28: Ronnie Harrison, SS, Alabama (B+)
Round 2 Pick 28: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia (A)
Round 3 Pick 22: Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford (A+)
Round 3 Pick 28: Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis (A+)
Round 5 Pick 28: Justin Lawler, DE, Southern Methodist (A)
Round 6 Pick 28: Austin Corbett, OG, Nevada (A)
Round 7 Pick 17: DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State (A-)
Round 7 Pick 28: James Looney, DT, California (A-)
 

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1. Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn
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Even with Gettleman gone, I stuck by the bpa strategy in rounds 1 and 2. Carlton Davis would give us another physical corner and he has potential to pass Bradberry as the #1 guy. Davis, Bradberry, Worley would give us nice depth at corner. 

2. Isaiah Wynn, OG/C, Georgia
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Isaiah Wynn is a bit undersized but he was dominant at Georgia and is versatile. I am banking on us resigning Norwell, so I think Wynn could be the eventual replacement for Kalil at center but in the meantime he provides depth for the inevitable injury.

3. Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
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An absolutely dynamic receiving option who has also shown the willingness and ability to contribute as a blocker. TEs typically take a year or two before they make an impact so sliding in behind Olsen for a couple season would be beneficial for Gesicki. However, I think he could make a similar impact as Dickson in his rookie season.

3. Josh Adams, RB, Notre Dame
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Downhill runner who shows good vision and cutback ability. Ran behind a very good offensive line at Notre Dame but still displayed a lot of traits you like to see in a between-the-tackles running back. He appears to be a very nice compliment to McCaffrey and replacement for Stew.

5. Siran Neal, S, Jacksonville State
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Small-school prospect who played mostly a mix of corner and safety, but also had some time at LB. His best position in the pros seems to be safety. Good combination of coverage skills and tackling. He takes good angles at the ball carrier and he can also lay some big hits.

6. Tre'Quan Smith, WR, Central Florida
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Somewhat lanky receiver but has good speed. Smith put up big numbers in UCF's explosive offense. He ran a fairly simple route-tree in college but has big-play ability. His production level makes him worth a late-round pick. Could develop into a decent receiver.

7. Bruce Hector, DT, South Florida
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Interior pass-rusher who could be available late. 13 tackles for loss and 7 sacks last season as a DT. 

7. Austin Proehl, WR, North Carolina
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Proehl had a shortened season due to an arm injury but has shown flashes of being a decent all-around receiver. If he's available here I could see Hurndog taking him because of his name. Give him a year on the practice squad and he could develop into a solid depth option.





 

Edited by TylerVagyler

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Did this one today...sure no safety but I'd take this right now hands down...

24: R1P24
EDGE MARCUS DAVENPORT
UTSA
55: R2P23
TE MARK ANDREWS
OKLAHOMA
85: R3P21
RB RASHAAD PENNY
SAN DIEGO STATE
88: R3P24
WR D.J. CHARK
LSU
163: R5P24
QB MIKE WHITE
WESTERN KENTUCKY
200: R6P23
RB JAYLEN SAMUELS
NORTH CAROLINA STATE
234: R7P16
WR JAVON WIMS
GEORGIA
242: R7P24
WR STEVE ISHMAEL
SYRACUSE

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On 1/24/2018 at 6:39 AM, TylerVagyler said:

1. Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn
12201405.jpeg?1477669836

Even with Gettleman gone, I stuck by the bpa strategy in rounds 1 and 2. Carlton Davis would give us another physical corner and he has potential to pass Bradberry as the #1 guy. Davis, Bradberry, Worley would give us nice depth at corner. 

2. Isaiah Wynn, OG/C, Georgia
USATSI_8923924-718x490.jpg

Isaiah Wynn is a bit undersized but he was dominant at Georgia and is versatile. I am banking on us resigning Norwell, so I think Wynn could be the eventual replacement for Kalil at center but in the meantime he provides depth for the inevitable injury.

3. Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
9784739-ncaa-football-rose-bowl-game-pen

An absolutely dynamic receiving option who has also shown the willingness and ability to contribute as a blocker. TEs typically take a year or two before they make an impact so sliding in behind Olsen for a couple season would be beneficial for Gesicki. However, I think he could make a similar impact as Dickson in his rookie season.

3. Josh Adams, RB, Notre Dame
AP17285642111736.jpg

Downhill runner who shows good vision and cutback ability. Ran behind a very good offensive line at Notre Dame but still displayed a lot of traits you like to see in a between-the-tackles running back. He appears to be a very nice compliment to McCaffrey and replacement for Stew.

5. Siran Neal, S, Jacksonville State
jacksonville-state-gamecocks-cornerback-

Small-school prospect who played mostly a mix of corner and safety, but also had some time at LB. His best position in the pros seems to be safety. Good combination of coverage skills and tackling. He takes good angles at the ball carrier and he can also lay some big hits.

6. Tre'Quan Smith, WR, Central Florida
Tre+Quan+Smith+Chick+fil+Peach+Bowl+Aubu

Somewhat lanky receiver but has good speed. Smith put up big numbers in UCF's explosive offense. He ran a fairly simple route-tree in college but has big-play ability. His production level makes him worth a late-round pick. Could develop into a decent receiver.

7. Bruce Hector, DT, South Florida
093017_USFatECU_159.jpg

Interior pass-rusher who could be available late. 13 tackles for loss and 7 sacks last season as a DT. 

7. Austin Proehl, WR, North Carolina
Ctw4l-1WIAAk-jV.jpg

Proehl had a shortened season due to an arm injury but has shown flashes of being a decent all-around receiver. If he's available here I could see Hurndog taking him because of his name. Give him a year on the practice squad and he could develop into a solid depth option.





 

Not a fan of taking a CB round 1 unless its Jackson

Wynn has been one of my favorite interior OL in this class behind Nelson.  He is just niw starting to get attention and shooting up boards.  He is going to be a early 2nd or could even go into the 1st to like a Atlanta

Gesicki is a name to keep an eye out for.  Kid is a Freak, good route runner and receiver.  Not the best blocker but a willing one.  6'6 250 and says he's going to run in the 4.5 range at the combine.  He has blown past Fumagalli 

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