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Jeremiah Mock Draft 3.0

Five quarterbacks go in the top seven (Lance to the Falcons, Fields to the Lions or a team that trades up with them).

Bengals take Kyle Pitts.

Sewell and Slater both available to the Panthers at 8, Panthers take Slater. Sewell goes to the Broncos at 9.

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At this point, either would be good but I think Slater is probably the better choice for us right out of the box. Sewell has massive potential but he needs more coaching and experience. Slater started as a freshman and has effectively played left and right sides.

Honestly, I think with Sewell you work up to getting Taylor Moton type work from him. Slater may work up to Jordan Gross level. We'd be sitting pretty if that is the case.

If somehow Pitts falls and he's still there at 8, I'm still thinking we take a hard look at snagging a game-changer TE. Then again, who knows who may fall to #8... it's not as far down the list as we sometimes think. Darnold could be the bridge guy and we take a QB.

Things sure got a lot harder to predict yesterday.

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Between Pitts, Slater and Sewell, we will get a fantastic prospect. Going to hope QBs at every pick before ours. Should be a really exciting draft.

Bonus: we don’t have to worry about drafting Mac Jones!!!

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7 hours ago, MHS831 said:

Bengal fans are thinking its down to Chase and Sewell.  Pitts makes sense though

Pitts might be the best player in the Draft.

I still think he's a Flex-TE, but in terms of the mismatches he's going to bring he's potentially very special.

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4 hours ago, Martin said:

Between Pitts, Slater and Sewell, we will get a fantastic prospect. Going to hope QBs at every pick before ours. Should be a really exciting draft.

Bonus: we don’t have to worry about drafting Mac Jones!!!

Since you brought it up...

I still think SF goes with Jones.  If they do not, Cincy and Miami get offers from Denver, NE, Wash, etc.

Which means 5 QBs gone.

Fitterer stated that there is a top level--that ends about halfway through every draft---with 5 QBs going in the top 10, that is likely to be about 18 players---12-13 non QBs.

So you inspired me to rank them.  Yes, I will do it for free.

These are rankings  based on their potential impact as football players, barring all team needs:

1.  Penei Sewell:  You have to consider the position and the rarity of elite talent there.  Sewell is not only the best player at his position, he is the best player at LT--since Joe Thomas. 

2.  Kyle Pitts:  Almost as rare at his position (they will probably have to create a new position for Pitts) Pitts hit the NFL at the right time, when the once devalued TE is becoming loved again, because he is a matchup nightmare.  His hands, speed, and size make him unmistakably the best TE to come out in a long time.

STOP.  To me--the elite players in this draft--the "once in a decade" players--stop here.  So I will list the rest of the top shelf players, without explanation  after some Chase comments--he nearly made the "once in a decade" cut.  One or two will surprise you. 

3. Ja'Marr Chase: Normally, a good QB can make a WR better; this WR makes the QB better.  Average sized, he is able to not only make a play on the bad throw, but he has the ability to do something with it after the catch.  It is hard to pinpoint what makes him better than the other great WRs--his nonverbal communication with the QB, his body control, his big play ability--yes to all.  He is going to be great.

4. DeVonta Smith WR

5. Micah Parsons LB

6.  Jaylen Waddle WR

7.  Patrick Surtain III CB (Damn, Bama)

8.  Rashawn Slater T/G  (I am not sold on the LT talk--he would be a great G)

9. Jaycee Horn CB

10. Caleb Farley, CB

11.  Christian Darrisaw OT

12. Najee Harris RB

13. Zaven Collins LB (sleeper, a freakishly large LB from Tulsa)

BONUS:  Pass rushers will be the rage mid first round:   Azeez Ojulari, Paye, Rousseau all knotted here as mid-first round edge rushers)

Analysis:  Sit tight at #8 and take Sewell or Pitts--trade back if neither is there.  Chase?  Well, there are a lot of talented WRs--just a notch below Chase.

 

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1 hour ago, MHS831 said:

Since you brought it up...

I still think SF goes with Jones.  If they do not, Cincy and Miami get offers from Denver, NE, Wash, etc.

Which means 5 QBs gone.

Fitterer stated that there is a top level--that ends about halfway through every draft---with 5 QBs going in the top 10, that is likely to be about 18 players---12-13 non QBs.

So you inspired me to rank them.  Yes, I will do it for free.

These are rankings  based on their potential impact as football players, barring all team needs:

1.  Penei Sewell:  You have to consider the position and the rarity of elite talent there.  Sewell is not only the best player at his position, he is the best player at LT--since Joe Thomas. 

2.  Kyle Pitts:  Almost as rare at his position (they will probably have to create a new position for Pitts) Pitts hit the NFL at the right time, when the once devalued TE is becoming loved again, because he is a matchup nightmare.  His hands, speed, and size make him unmistakably the best TE to come out in a long time.

STOP.  To me--the elite players in this draft--the "once in a decade" players--stop here.  So I will list the rest of the top shelf players, without explanation  after some Chase comments--he nearly made the "once in a decade" cut.  One or two will surprise you. 

3. Ja'Marr Chase: Normally, a good QB can make a WR better; this WR makes the QB better.  Average sized, he is able to not only make a play on the bad throw, but he has the ability to do something with it after the catch.  It is hard to pinpoint what makes him better than the other great WRs--his nonverbal communication with the QB, his body control, his big play ability--yes to all.  He is going to be great.

4. DeVonta Smith WR

5. Micah Parsons LB

6.  Jaylen Waddle WR

7.  Patrick Surtain III CB (Damn, Bama)

8.  Rashawn Slater T/G  (I am not sold on the LT talk--he would be a great G)

9. Jaycee Horn CB

10. Caleb Farley, CB

11.  Christian Darrisaw OT

12. Najee Harris RB

13. Zaven Collins LB (sleeper, a freakishly large LB from Tulsa)

BONUS:  Pass rushers will be the rage mid first round:   Azeez Ojulari, Paye, Rousseau all knotted here as mid-first round edge rushers)

Analysis:  Sit tight at #8 and take Sewell or Pitts--trade back if neither is there.  Chase?  Well, there are a lot of talented WRs--just a notch below Chase.

 

What’s your hesitation about Slater at LT? I’m not good at judging o-line, so I have to lean on “draft experts”. Curious what’s holding you back?

great list btw

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6 hours ago, Martin said:

Between Pitts, Slater and Sewell, we will get a fantastic prospect. Going to hope QBs at every pick before ours. Should be a really exciting draft.

Bonus: we don’t have to worry about drafting Mac Jones!!!

lol if and when mac lights it up for SF. alot of yall going to look silly 

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1 hour ago, MHS831 said:

Since you brought it up...

I still think SF goes with Jones.  If they do not, Cincy and Miami get offers from Denver, NE, Wash, etc.

Which means 5 QBs gone.

Fitterer stated that there is a top level--that ends about halfway through every draft---with 5 QBs going in the top 10, that is likely to be about 18 players---12-13 non QBs.

So you inspired me to rank them.  Yes, I will do it for free.

These are rankings  based on their potential impact as football players, barring all team needs:

1.  Penei Sewell:  You have to consider the position and the rarity of elite talent there.  Sewell is not only the best player at his position, he is the best player at LT--since Joe Thomas. 

2.  Kyle Pitts:  Almost as rare at his position (they will probably have to create a new position for Pitts) Pitts hit the NFL at the right time, when the once devalued TE is becoming loved again, because he is a matchup nightmare.  His hands, speed, and size make him unmistakably the best TE to come out in a long time.

STOP.  To me--the elite players in this draft--the "once in a decade" players--stop here.  So I will list the rest of the top shelf players, without explanation  after some Chase comments--he nearly made the "once in a decade" cut.  One or two will surprise you. 

3. Ja'Marr Chase: Normally, a good QB can make a WR better; this WR makes the QB better.  Average sized, he is able to not only make a play on the bad throw, but he has the ability to do something with it after the catch.  It is hard to pinpoint what makes him better than the other great WRs--his nonverbal communication with the QB, his body control, his big play ability--yes to all.  He is going to be great.

4. DeVonta Smith WR

5. Micah Parsons LB

6.  Jaylen Waddle WR

7.  Patrick Surtain III CB (Damn, Bama)

8.  Rashawn Slater T/G  (I am not sold on the LT talk--he would be a great G)

9. Jaycee Horn CB

10. Caleb Farley, CB

11.  Christian Darrisaw OT

12. Najee Harris RB

13. Zaven Collins LB (sleeper, a freakishly large LB from Tulsa)

BONUS:  Pass rushers will be the rage mid first round:   Azeez Ojulari, Paye, Rousseau all knotted here as mid-first round edge rushers)

Analysis:  Sit tight at #8 and take Sewell or Pitts--trade back if neither is there.  Chase?  Well, there are a lot of talented WRs--just a notch below Chase.

 

not sure why you think slater isnt as capable LT. 

both him and sewell have shortish arms (around 33)

slater has better feet and balance. 

 

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