Me thinks our big board looks like...
1. Jeff Okudah
2. Derrick Brown
3. Javon Kinlaw
4. Isaiah Simmons
The reason I think that we have Kinlaw over Simmons is due to position need. The team has Shaq for the next few seasons, Tahir Whitehead was just signed, and we have Carter Jr/Smith/Miller/Kunaszyk competing for the 3rd starting spot (a reminder that more and more teams are sitting in nickel rather than base packages). However, DT/DB both look barren. Our current DTs listed are Short and Hamilton while our 3 CBs are Jackson, Elder, Hatfield (tho Cole Luke is listed as a DB and has lined up at CB in the past).
With that in mind, Okudah seems to be the closest to what Rhule looks for in a player. Simmons does as well, but Okudah is at a position of need. Elite athlete, high character, competitive, and hard working.
Personally, I am a big believer of building from the trenches, middle-out. However, looking at an extended rebuild, mind as well go get BPA that also fills a need :3
Don’t get fooled either, The WHOLE reason the RNC wants this to happen today is because of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The republicans desperately want to get Kelly re-elected because after he would be today(13th technically) He can break the time on the voter roll purge in favor of conservatives before the 2020 general election. One conservative broke rank to the liberal side and Kelly Recused himself for being on the Ballot.
@TheRumGone Hope y’all can get Karofskyran elected to knock out this bitch ass Scott Walker appointee.
“Incumbent Daniel Kelly and challenger Jill Karofskyran for a ten-year term on the Wisconsin Supreme Court in a nonpartisan general election on April 7, 2020.
Although the race was officially nonpartisan, Kelly is a member of the court's conservative majority and has received support from conservative groups. Karofsky says she would join the court's liberal minority and has received support from liberal groups.”
“A conservative law firm asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday to quickly overturn an appeals court ruling that stopped the purging of more than 200,000 people from the state’s voter rolls, a move that Democrats argued was intended to make it more difficult for their voters to cast ballots.
Moments after the filing, a conservative justice on the Supreme Court who previously sat out the case because he’s on the ballot on April 7 said he would “rethink” that decision after the election. The court deadlocked 3-3 without Justice Dan Kelly’s participation when asked to take the case earlier, so he could be a deciding vote.”