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Brett Kollmann's 5 Biggest Draft Steals


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8 hours ago, chbright said:

On Marshall:

 

Been a fan of his after 2019, and only grew after watching Jefferson in the NFL. Marshall is a guy that forum draft experts in these parts scoffed at in February as a luxury unneeded pick. Over rated in 2019 bc of all the other guys at LSU. only mediocre stats (a TD plus a game over last 20 games?!?). Only guys I had there with him was Jenkins out of need, not potential or who would be better as a pro. 

Here's the thing, in 2022 we have to make a tough call on Robbie, either pay 2 wrs 10+ a year or decide which WR to keep ( Moore by a landslide). So we HAD to restocks sometime soon. Is the 2nd too much? No, this is a guy with all pro potential at 59.

 

He was extremely productive in 2019 as 3# at LSU and still got what 13 TDS? Only 4 games out of 12 he didn't score. In big games in 2019: bama 1 TD, Dawgs 2TDS, Sooners 2TDS, tigers 1TD. So he shows up. 

He dominated games in 2020 to the point they basically made him the offense (mizzu game) and he slayed. 10 TDs in 7 games without a rear QB..... Yeah luxury to have this production over 19 games......

The 2 leading WR at LSU in 2019 both pegged Marshall as the guy with the highest potential. His jump ball rate is otherworldly. Coaches rave about his football IQ. Took a leadership role in 2020 and challenged the team after a slow start as a true junior. Then go read up on his character on the athletic (to those with a sub). He isn't a prima dona like so many wrs. 

His issue was stuck as #3 in 2019 (13tds poor guy) and limited 2020 thanks to covid, health, and all of LSU 2019 offense all but gone. He does have some medical flags, but on the field he was dynamic. IMO he has 3 real issues: stay on the field, block a bit better, and a little more focus on the ball before turning up field (can get a little lazy here). That's about it, and a little nitpicky. 

 

Clearly letting Anderson go and keeping Moore should be the way to go.

I also don't think we should underestimate the connection he and Brady already have.  Brady already knows his skill set and will be ready to use it day 1.   

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I can't believe anyone who has spent time watching Kollmans videos hasn't noticed how bad his projections and mocks are.

Has nobody else noticed that? Am I getting poo because people think he's good?

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1 minute ago, Moo Daeng said:

I can't believe anyone who has spent time watching Kollmans videos hasn't noticed how bad his projections and mocks are.

Has nobody else noticed that? Am I getting poo because people think he's good?

As with everyone, take their predictions with a grain of salt but he makes fair points, offers decent perspective and the videos are more than simply his track record.  He's looking at talent, making his best judgement, & putting out decent points. He clearly puts a lot of time and effort into looking at guys the networks won't ever cover until Kiper and McShay have their time to shine, blabbering on-and-on days 2-3.

And it's not like he's awful, his 2020 breakouts were Chase Claypool, Justin Jefferson, Antonio Gibson, JK Dobbins, Jonnu Smith.  He has his eye for certain guys, clearly misses on others.  He has some pretty funny misses. 

I don't think he's particularly good with ID'ing QBs but he does a nice job of highlighting the lesser known prospects and shining a light on overlooked talent.  It's actually pretty awesome we have people like him doing this and making such fun content to watch.  Just don't look to it like gospel as with any projection whether video or article. 

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7 minutes ago, davos said:

As with everyone, take their predictions with a grain of salt but he makes fair points, offers decent perspective and the videos are more than simply his track record.  He's looking at talent, making his best judgement, & putting out decent points. He clearly puts a lot of time and effort into looking at guys the networks won't ever cover until Kiper and McShay have their time to shine, blabbering on-and-on days 2-3.

And it's not like he's awful, his 2020 breakouts were Chase Claypool, Justin Jefferson, Antonio Gibson, JK Dobbins, Jonnu Smith.  He has his eye for certain guys, clearly misses on others.  He has some pretty funny misses. 

I don't think he's particularly good with ID'ing QBs but he does a nice job of highlighting the lesser known prospects and shining a light on overlooked talent.  It's actually pretty awesome we have people like him doing this and making such fun content to watch.  Just don't look to it like gospel as with any projection whether video or article. 

He seems to hit on the ones that seem pretty obvious. He's just so overconfident and overdramatic and makes statements like they are facts.

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On 5/5/2021 at 3:19 PM, Mr. Scot said:

Gil Brandt listed his "best value" picks. Two of them are Panthers.

On the flipside...

 

His reach grades seem kind of dumb that they are barely over the amount of spots in each round. Why would any team gamble losing a player they really want? 

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