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  1. Top edge rushers available https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/free-agents/_/year/2024/status/available/position/edge/sort/contract_value
  2. Per NFL Website Jalen Coker Bio 2020-21: Tied for the team lead with 72 receiving yards (4 receptions, 18.0 per, TD). Played in 3 games with 2 starts in the team's spring season. School did not play in the fall due to COVID-19 concerns. 2021: Second-team All-Patriot League. Led the team with 51 receptions, 691 receiving yards (13.5 per, 4 TDs). Started all 13 games. 2022: First-team All-Patriot League. Led the team with 50 receptions, 912 receiving yards (18.2 per), 11 TDs. Played in 12 games with 11 starts. 2023: First-team Associated Press FCS All-American. First-team All-Patriot League. Finalist for the Walter Payton Award (top player in the FCS). Led the FCS with 15 receiving TDs (59 receptions for 1,040 yards, 17.6 per). Started all 11 games (2-3-1.5 rushing; 11-47-4.3 PR). Set school record with 31 career receiving TDs, 2,715 receiving yards Overview The evaluation for Coker boils down to balancing his pro-caliber size and ball skills against his level of competition and potential lack of NFL quickness and speed. His focus, ball-tracking and timing give him distinct advantages that other receivers lack, and his catch radius and hand strength helped him make mincemeat of Ivy League coverages near the goal line. Coker's deep speed appears to be average, so he will need to refine his route running to become better equipped to beat NFL defenders in space and open up workable windows for his quarterback. Coker is talented and productive, but the testing numbers will be huge for his draft slotting and chances in the league. Strengths Instinctive hand fighting in his release and at top of the route. Possesses robust ball skills across the board to win downfield. Fade monster with size, adjustments and sticky hands to dominate. Works back to the throw and is keenly aware of the sticks. Leverage and footwork for crisp cut-and-flatten on routes underneath. Weaknesses Must prove he can get off the line against NFL size and strength. Monotonous route speed is unlikely to tilt pro coverage. Displays small gear-down when stemming the route. Needs to clean up the wasted motion getting into his breaks. Below-average quickness with his run after catch.
  3. Have to wonder what that means for others in their wr room
  4. Medical reports must not be great for wilson.
  5. If i could get one of: AD mitchell, keon coleman, ladd mcconkey and a later round addition of: malik washington, jalynn polk, jalen mcmillan, jermaine burton
  6. Also keep in mind that they have George pickens and are looking for complimentary pieces.
  7. Really like this post and share similar thoughts as to how i think we may address picks 33 and 39. Im curious to see how the front office reacts if a run on WRs happens in the first. Do they panic and take the next available WR atop their board. Or do they stay strong and maybe take a CB , C that may have fallen, or an ILB that they love. I will say it seems as if they were already suspecting a run on WRs on day 1 even prior to some moves that have happened around the league.
  8. I don’t think he means this post isn’t about pick 33. Its about who your favorite WRs are, relative to where we pick. Like who do you like that we could realistically select on Day 2-3.
  9. Does anyone know what day he’s visiting? Don’t think I’ve seen an actual day put out. Just “this week”
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