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  1. Fatukasi was a sixth round pick in 2018.
  2. Jonathan Cooper bomber as a guard that same year too.
  3. Even when draft gurus rank into the late rounds, they are obviously not putting in the same legwork for those guys as the first or second round guys. You see this in every sport (aside from basketball I guess). Past the early picks, it’s largely area scouts banging the table for their guys that media/public experts know little to nothing about.
  4. Hopefully it doesn’t affect his preparation for training camp too much.
  5. He says the Jets think Carter might be the starting nickel corner Week 1.
  6. Even if you cut Coleman, Josh Adams could potentially beat out Perine too if they're only carrying 3 RBs.
  7. By locks I mean locks to make the roster, not to actually be good. I may be wrong but I think every single person you named aside from Polite made the roster as a rookie despite being quite bad in just about all cases. My point is barring a Polite esque camp or an injury, Pinnock and MC2 are just about guaranteed roster spots. I think this applies to the first eight guys they took this year.
  8. Connor Hughes seems to think Perine is in danger of not making the roster.
  9. I agree but think that’ll be an outside corner. I think the starting nickel corner will be Guidry or MC2.
  10. I think MC2 and Pinnock are basically locks as 5th round picks. Echols and Isaiah Dunn will probably have to fight for their spots.
  11. Yeah I do think three young nickels is a bit overkill, especially if they decide to bring Poole back as well. I would have taken Dax Milne there but also it’s the 200th pick so who cares.
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