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Potential picks nobody is talking (much) about

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I feel like Chaisson would be too redundant since we have Burns, he also has some physical limitations that concern me. Ruiz would be a great round two pick.

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Just did a mock. I like Logan Wilson. 

R1: CB Okudha

R2: DT Blacklock

R3: LB Wilson

R4: C Hennessy

R5: CB/S Robinson II

R5: OG Jackson (no clue how he is so low on Miller's draft board)

R6: DT Agim

R7: TE Breeland

 

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Unless we hit the lottery and land Okudah, I really like going CB in Round 2. All the names you listed would be rockstars for us.... my favorite of that bunch is Jaylon Johnson or AJ Terrell.

I also wonder where App State's Akeem Davis-Gathier goes.....I wonder if he will make it to the fourth round.

Great list though MHS!!

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5 hours ago, Basbear said:

Had to dig, but found it. I echo Chassion as a sleeper pick.

 

 

To many ppl already thinking Burns and Miller can't gain weight to play DE to draft this guy...

Lmao!!!

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4 hours ago, bull123 said:

Christainbury...G/C from LSU 

Assuming you mean Cushenberry III, I totally 100% agree.

He was the longest tenured captain when he left and is the most familiar with Brady alongside Jefferson.

And he's arguably the best non-tackle OL in this draft.  I would trade up into the 2nd for him. 

 

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I also think Diggs and Jaylon Johnnson's size+athleticism+press skills will put them ahead of Gladney on team boards. 

Gladney could be the one on the board for us in round 2.

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14 hours ago, dcpanther89 said:

Sometimes I get bored and do mock drafts. None have been “perfect” but this was pretty sexy to me for a few rounds. I keep doing it in hopes of snaking more top talent in the first 3 rounds. Didn’t want to pay $10 a month for trades though. 

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I love Moss in the 4th. The fact that he played at LSU is icing on the cake. He'll know Brady's offense and can contribute day 1.  He has an injury history, but has a huge upside. Good blocker with good hands...what's not to like? 

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11 hours ago, WOW!! said:

To many ppl already thinking Burns and Miller can't gain weight to play DE to draft this guy...

Lmao!!!

Nobody is talking about Burns, and Miller could not stay healthy in college or pros.  And he barely gets the job done carrying the weight he has.  But here is a simple reality---when you add bulk, you lose speed and agility.  When I see a LOL following someone's valid opinion, I think "Why be a dick?" This is not Madden. Stop looking to argue and force your views as facts.

With your logic, we would draft Safeties, move them to DE, add 40 lbs, and win win win.  

You can never have too many pass rushers.  If we had 3 Burns, I would say this guy  is in play.  Drafting and signing players for 4-5 years to fulfill this year's needs is not smart.  So you suggest that Draft picks are all about needs and if they are not---you laugh at people? 

I wish you could see how that comes across.   Probably not the way you think.

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11 hours ago, Soul Rebel said:

Unless we hit the lottery and land Okudah, I really like going CB in Round 2. All the names you listed would be rockstars for us.... my favorite of that bunch is Jaylon Johnson or AJ Terrell.

I also wonder where App State's Akeem Davis-Gathier goes.....I wonder if he will make it to the fourth round.

Great list though MHS!!

I think we almost have to go CB--to be sure we get a good one that fits our scheme--whatever than may be.  Thanks for the shout.  Like to see some positive folks sharing ideas instead of the same group of public crotch scratchers who think they alone were dubbed into the knighthood of wisdom and virtue.

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11 hours ago, Rogue Panther said:

Just did a mock. I like Logan Wilson. 

R1: CB Okudha

R2: DT Blacklock

R3: LB Wilson

R4: C Hennessy

R5: CB/S Robinson II

R5: OG Jackson (no clue how he is so low on Miller's draft board)

R6: DT Agim

R7: TE Breeland

 

Nice work.  Logan is rising, fwiw.  I heard.  I am liking some of these centers too.  You would think with the LSU and Temple connections, we will get one.

 

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12 hours ago, FuFuLamePoo said:

I feel like Chaisson would be too redundant since we have Burns, he also has some physical limitations that concern me. Ruiz would be a great round two pick.

I would love to move back and get a second, second rounder.  Take Ruiz with the first and a CB with the next. 

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15 hours ago, Soul Rebel said:

Unless we hit the lottery and land Okudah, I really like going CB in Round 2. All the names you listed would be rockstars for us.... my favorite of that bunch is Jaylon Johnson or AJ Terrell.

I also wonder where App State's Akeem Davis-Gathier goes.....I wonder if he will make it to the fourth round.

Great list though MHS!!

I like Davis-Gathier as well.  He reminds me of Shaq a little.  Drafts like this one are always kind of a little funny.  When you have so much talent at 1 or 2 positions (WR & CB) quality players at other position either get pushed down because teams want to get theirs before they are all gone or quality players at other position get picked early because teams think they can get a good player at WR & CB later because it is so deep.

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22 hours ago, CaliPanthers said:

You named one of mine in Logan Wilson. A little older, hes gonna be 24 in July but hes probably a plug and play MLB. He would push Whitehead for the starting spot plus hes a 3 down LB unlike Whitehead. Ive seen him projected late 2nd to 4th round. Id take him in the 3rd. 

I like Shyheim Carter S/Nickel from Alabama. Probably a late round pick that could backup at FS with the ability to play a little nickel. 

I also like Geno Stone S from Iowa. Gonna go later in the draft because of his athleticism but he has great football instincts and could be a good backup FS.

Shane Lemieux OG from Oregon. Possibly a 5th round selection, Oregon was stacked on the offensive line and Lemieux was one of their best. Hes 6'4 310lbs. Started 53 games at LG for Oregon, 

 

Also a good TE from Portland St. that would be a good fifth round pick if still available. Some Pacific islander name I can't remember muchless spell if could.

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