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From PFN:

 

8.

Kyle Pitts

TE Florida

39.

Terrace Marshall Jr.

WR LSU

73.

Jackson Carman

OT Clemson

113.

Brady Christensen

OT BYU

151.

Marvin Wilson

DT Florida State

193.

Trevon Grimes

WR Florida

222.

Israel Mukuamu

S South Carolina

 

1st, no FB on the field: if you go big, Donald comes in with Pitts.

No where near realistic, but hey if they have a crap board sort and let me get load up at the end of the draft (last 4 picks all will be gone well before I got them), I'm gonna do it. 

Honestly, if we can nab Pitts and a Robby replacement, it sets up Sam/ or the next qb well (Moore, CMC, Pitts, and 1 more good wr is a QB dream). Pitts, Donald and CMC for short yardage plays? Pick your mismatch: play for a pass and let CMC eat you up or play run and let the TE boys eat you up.

 

Honestly Marshall is a draft crush of mine and was by far the best value on the board regardless of fit IMO. I think OT or falling DB could be the target if Pitts is the pick at 8. It fell in this mock that no great OT left, a good G (but I knew that I could grab good G or 2 later) and I went WR over CB which I get is debatable. It's a lot for the 4th option in 2021, but as a redzone threat in 2022 (to pair with Pitts and A Donald inside the 5) and 3rd guy in 2022 (hell of #3 after Moore and Pitts), I went this route.

I like Carman overall think he is solid as a RT prospect and wouldn't be shocked to see him long gone in rnd 2. Now Christensen could be gone in 2 or there in the 3rd (deep OT pool this year), but a no brainer in rnd 4. I could see him at RT or LG here in this mock with Carman on board. Would have to figure out Carman/Christensen out a little. Overall like these 2 guys and give depth in 2021 and they have a clear path to play in 2022.

One moment for a prospect that is undervalued: Mukuamu. College CB by need, NFL safety is his home IMO. Was good for 2 years, and didn't make the jump like Horn this year and played in his shadow. Banged up in 2020 and a true junior i believe. Still a really good mix of tape and measurible. Tall long and good athlete with a knack for the ball. He isn't a burner like Horn but more than enough for his size and as a zone CB or FS. I see Javon Holland well within most folks top 100, and imo Mukuamu should be right there after him due to his blend of hand, size, and speed. More top 100-150 not 200+ as some places have him. Both guys fit a hybrid CB/FS roll.  He's not one you ask to go shadow moore or hill ( that's what Holland brings) but he would go up against the big bodied slot and outside guys or TE (not what I would want Holland doing).

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