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  1. 2019 NFL Draft - Wide Receivers & Tight Ends

    It's not baffling at all. He's got major issues with consistency catching the ball. I'm surprised Hollywood still went in the 1st. He's 166 lbs and already hurt. He's not DeSean. ...More like Jakeem Grant with hands...or a scrawny Emmanuel Sanders.
  2. BrownLeader Annual 5 round warmup

    good stuff. fwiw though, Long is basically a quasi S/LB.
  3. 2019 NFL Draft - Secondary

    He anticipates and makes an impressive flash play or he miss steps and gives up a big play. There's a lot of talent to work with. It'll be coaching and how he prepares, whether he'll build on what he does or stay a hit or miss unreliable player. He needs to improve his discipline and strength to be a starter at either S or CB.
  4. BrownLeader Annual 5 round warmup

    I've read Adderley, already not the biggest run enforcer, absorbs blows rather than deliver them. I don't have a good enough take on him. There's virtually no film of him vs real competition. He kind of strikes me as a Sean Davis, Marcus Williams , Demarious Randall type but I can't really say watching him vs undrafted guys. Savage is similar and I've got a good read on what he could do, so I feel better about his projection.
  5. BrownLeader Annual 5 round warmup

    I think the Eagles need to come away from this off season being able to run the ball well or they won't compete. So taking the #1 OG and arguable the #1 RB to pair with Howard could accomplish that. Also think their LBs are liabilities right now besides Bradham, and a greater need than at S or OT. Is CGJ getting first round consideration? ..because I haven't read that. How great of a need is S for them? Are you figuring the end is near for McCleod & Jenkins?
  6. BrownLeader Annual 5 round warmup

    I'm probably higher then most on Snell but my thinking is that he'd not only compliment Cook, but give that offense a better identity and charismatic leader. He's a Marshawn Lynch, Corey Dillon type runner that they could desperately use after throwing the ball way too much last year. This is rest of their draft... 6. 190. Jimmy Moreland, CB 7. 250. Nick Allegretti, OG
  7. BrownLeader Annual 5 round warmup

    one out of 3 on your suggestions with the rest... 5. 172. Wes Hills, RB 6. 186. Alize Mack, TE 7. 230. Alec Ingold, FB
  8. Draft Comparisons

    Simmons is more explosive and quick than he is powerful. There's natural strength there for sure, since when he commonly gets too tall he's not completely rooted out every time, but his game is quickness not power. If he's expected to sit in there and be stout it's not going to happen. Jarrett's weakness was his size and his ability to consistently be stout. He would've gone a lot higher otherwise. His game as an undersized DT has always been about explosive movement and hustle. Fair enough on Adderley. Without any film against better talent it's a hard projection imo.
  9. BrownLeader Annual 5 round warmup

    5 round warm up of the 7 rounder I do every year. Trying to get a feeler from everyone about the player fits and slotting. Feel free to on it. 1. Cardinals - Kyler Murray, QB Murray's a better and more exciting prospect than Rosen and has various connections with the current team. It's unique but the circumstances are right for this to happen. Rosen traded to Washington for #46 this year and a 2020 2nd rounder. NFL Comp: gun-slinging Tyrod Taylor 2. Niners - Quinnen Williams, DT Consensus says Bosa's the pick here but I think GM Lynch might just have Williams higher on the board....as in #1 overall. NFL Comp: squeezed down Fletcher Cox 3. TRADE Giants - Dwayne Haskins, QB I feel like the Haskins falling buzz is pure smoke screen. Gettlemen took Barkley last year with the intention of taking a QB this year and I don't think he'll settle for whoever is still there at #6. NFL Comp: raw Matt Stafford 4. Raiders - Nick Bosa, DE This would make it easy for Mayock at #4. Bosa won't likely make them forget Mack but he's a rock solid edge defender. The biggest obstacle here would be getting him signed. NFL Comp: Tambi Hali 5. Buccaneers - Jonah Williams, OT Arians' offense and any possible reclamation of Winston won't be possible without better OL play. The Bucs haven't taken an offensive lineman in the 1st round since 2006.... they're probably due. NFL Comp: longer Zack Martin 6. TRADE Jets - Josh Allen, DE/OLB Allen's regarded as the #1 34 OLB in this draft and it's arguably the Jets' top need. Acquiring picks in a trade down and still landing Allen should be a win....although I have my doubts whether Allen will live up to his draft status. NFL Comp: better motor Jamie Collins 7. Jaguars - T.J. Hockenson, TE The Jags need to take the best offensive skill position player available. Fournette's their most threatening talent but his reliability has been half pie. Hock is just a great scheme fit for the offense and improves both the passing and running game. NFL Comp: Heath Miller 8. Lions - Ed Oliver, DT Lions need to take the best defensive player available. Oliver's skill-set and play style fit the New England defense perfectly, he just physically doesn't look right. He looks like a Teddy Bruschi but he plays like a Richard Seymour. NFL Comp: faster Grady Jarrett 9. Bills - Noah Fant, TE The Bills have done a solid job of acquiring players on the offensive side of the ball but tight end is still a hole. Fant's physical makeup is special and he could be the difference-maker the team needs at the position. NFL Comp: Jermicheal Finley 10. Broncos - Drew Lock, QB Swing away Merrill. Broncos need to keep at it until they find a franchise QB. I'm not one that buys into the notion that a guy will be better if he sits initially, but it at least tables the QB question for another 2-3 seasons. Lock has some Vinny Testevarde in him but the floor's also pretty low. NFL Comp: faster Derek Anderson 11 Bengals - Devin White, LB LB is arguably their top need heading into the draft and White has Hall of Fame upside. /Done. NFL Comp: bigger Kwon Alexander 12. Packers - D.K. Metcalf, WR Packers aren't rebuilding but they're certainly reloading. Besides Adams they don't have any real threats at the skill positions. They took a slew of WRs last season but none look like potential super stars. NFL Comp: Jerry Porter 13. Dolphins - Jawaan Taylor, OT RT is a massive hole for the Dolphins and Taylor's regarded as potentially the best OT in this class. Crapola imo but he could still ably fill that need. NFL Comp: slimmer Brandon Brooks 14. Falcons - Christian Wilkins, DT Wilkins is a little more 3 tech than what the Falcons need but he checks every other box for them. NFL Comp: Cullen Jenkins 15. Redskins - Montez Sweat, DE/OLB Assuming the Skins don't serve this pick up to Arizona, and edge defender fits. Despite that timed explosiveness, I think Sweat will actually show up more versus the run than as a rusher. NFL Comp: bigger Manny Lawson 16. Panthers - Rashan Gary, DE Panthers are losing their identity. It's always been about defense and Cam Newton but as these guys age out or succumb to injury the teams needs to re-equip. Gary didn't accomplish much at Ann Arbor but he might be a much more productive pro. NFL Comp: raw Kevin Carter 17. Giants - Byron Murphy, CB I think Murphy's a top ten player and would be a steal in the middle of the first. NFL Comp: Dunta Robinson 18. Vikings - Andre Dillard, OT Dillard's the best pass pro LT in this class and his athleticism matches up with the Vikings new scheme. If he's on the board it's an easy match. NFL Comp: 19. Titans - Brian Burns, LB Titans defense is transitioning to younger talent upfront headlined by the edge rushers. Wake is an ideal mentor for the up and coming players. Burns is all athlete and hustle but needs polish and strength. NFL Comp: stiffer Leonard Floyd 20. Steelers - Devin Bush, LB Bush is an ideal fit here assuming the Steelers value the position this high. Athletic ability, angriness and plays with an edge. NFL Comp: Odell Thurman 21. Seahawks - N'Keal Harry, WR Seahawks lacked playmakers in the passing game after Baldwin's season long injuries and only Lockett consistently showing up. I think Harry is in a Boldin, Dez Bryant class of talent, with a floor of a Pierre Garcon or TJ. Houshmanzadeh. NFL Comp: Anquan Boldin 22. Ravens - Cody Ford, OG Ford fills a hole at LG and helps flesh out the new offensive identity. Although, I'm not quite as high on him as others and think he's effectively a tweener stuck between a OT and OG. NFL Comp: Andre Smith 23. Texans - Greedy Williams, CB Texans could pull the trigger on blue chip OL fits here but they might not be able to pass up on arguably the top CB in the draft if he falls. Williams is a skinny, raw, man corner and doesn't bring much else. That lack of dynamism could drop him slightly. NFL Comp: 6'2 Kevin Johnson 24. Raiders - Joshua Jacobs, RB I think the only aspect that could bail out Gruden's offense in Oakland is if the running game excels. Jacobs' complete game and mental makeup ought to have Mayock and Gruden crushing on him. NFL Comp: shorter Joe Mixon 25. Eagles - Chris Lindstrom, OG Lindstrom has surprising athleticism and heavy hands. A reliable running game will be the key to the offense in 19' and a blue chip OG will help. NFL Comp: 26. Colts - A.J. Brown, WR The Colts got away with playing a lot of jag wide receivers last season. Funchess doesn't move that needle. They need a legit threat pair with T.Y. NFL Comp: bigger Jarvis Landry 27. Raiders - Jeffrey Simmons, DE Mayock won't want to pass on a top 10 talent late in the 1st unless he absolutely has to. As long as the character checks out, I could see the Raiders pulling the trigger. NFL Comp: bigger Adrian Clayborn 28. Chargers - Jerry Tillery, DT With the departures this offseason the Chargers have significant holes up front. Tillery is a high-upside talent that could step in day 1 and ultimately outplay his draft position. NFL Comp: Chris Canty 29. Chiefs - DeAndre Baker, CB The Chiefs are still lacking a number one cornerback and Baker is viewed by some as the top corner in this class. It's an easy choice here if he's on the board. NFL Comp: shorter Aqib Talib 30. Packers - Erik McCoy, OG The Packers could use upgrades on the interior line and McCoy is just that. I think he's a much better OG prospect than OC. He's highly athletic and plays angry. NFL Comp: 31. Rams - Chase Winovich, DE/OLB It'll look like the Rohirrim upfront for the Rams this season if they add both Matthews and Winovich on the edges. NFL Comp: Clay Matthews 32. New England - Deebo Samuel, WR The old familiar pint sized receiver the Pats have built an institution with could come back around again with Samuel. A threat with the ball in his hands, a sound route runner, and possessing good hands, he's got the physical and mental makeup the Pats covet. NFL Comp: faster Bruce Ellington ROUND 2 33 Arizona - Garrett Bradbury, OC 34 Indianapolis - Jonathan Abram, S 35 Oakland - Rock Ya Sin, CB 36 San Francisco - Dalton Risner, OG 37 TRADE NY Jets (NYG) - Clelin Ferrell, DE 38 Jacksonville - Greg Little, OT 39 Tampa Bay - Andy Isabella, WR 40 Buffalo - Parris Campbell, WR 41 Denver - Dexter Lawrence, DT 42 Cincinnati - Daniel Jones, QB 43 Detroit - Mack Wilson, LB 44 Green Bay - Irv Smith, TE 45 Atlanta - Zach Allen, DE 46 TRADE Arizona (WAS)- Emmanuel Hall, WR 47 Carolina - Jachai Polite, OLB/DE 48 Miami - Darrell Henderson, RB 49 Cleveland - Darnell Savage, DB 50 Minnesota - Benny Snell, RB 51 Tennessee - J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR 52 Pittsburgh - Nasir Adderley, DB 53 Philadelphia - David Montgomery, RB 54 Houston - Dre'Mont Jones, DE 55 Houston - Kaleb McGary, OT 56 New England - Will Grier, QB 57 Philadelphia - Khalen Saunders, DT 58 Dallas - Joe Jackson, DE 59 Indianapolis - Ben Banogu, LB 60 LA Chargers - Juan Thornhill, S 61 Kansas City - Hollywood Brown, WR 62 New Orleans - Jace Sternberger, TE 63 Kansas City - Sean Bunting, CB 64 New England - Jalen Jelks, DE ROUND 3 65. Arizona - Chuma Edoga, OT 66. Pittsburgh - Julian Love, CB 67. San Francisco - Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S 68. NY Jets - Mecole Hardman, WR 69 Jacksonville - Damien Harris, RB 70 Tampa Bay - Trysten Hill, DE 71 Denver - Hakeem Butler, WR 72 Cincinnati - Amani Oruwariye, CB 73 New England - Miles Boykin, WR 74 Buffalo - Miles Sanders, RB 75 Green Bay - Trayvon Mullen, CB 76 Washington - Terry McLaurin, WR 77 Carolina - Kelvin Harmon, WR 78 Miami - Lamont Gaillard, OC 79 Atlanta - Justin Layne, CB 80 Cleveland - Joejuan Williams, DB 81 Minnesota - Riley Ridley, WR 82 Tennessee - Anthony Nelson, DE 83 Pittsburgh - Tytus Howard, OT 84 Seattle - Darius Slayton, WR 85 Baltimore - Te'von Coney, LB 86 Houston - Rodney Anderson, RB 87 Chicago - Ryquell Armstead, RB 88 Detroit - Nate Davis, OG 89 Indianapolis - Taylor Rapp, S 90 Dallas - Renell Wren, DT 91 LA Chargers - L.J. Humphrey, WR 92 Kansas City - Maxx Crosby, LB 93 NY Jets - Yodney Cajuste, OT 94 LA Rams - Vosean Joseph, LB 95 TRADE NYJets (NYG) - Trayveon Williams, RB 96c Washington - Dawson Knox, TE 97c New England - Charles Omenihu, DE 98c Jacksonville - Amani Hooker, S 99c LA Rams - David Long, CB 100c Carolina - Qadree Ollison, RB 101c New England - D'Andre Walker, DE/OLB 102c Baltimore - Gary Jennings, WR ROUND 4 103 Arizona - Devine Ozigbo, RB 104 San Francisco - Preston Williams, WR 105 NY Jets - Kendall Sheffield, CB 106 Oakland - Foster Moreau, TE 107 Tampa Bay - Alex Barnes, RB 108 NY Giants - David Sills, WR 109 Jacksonville - Keelan Doss, WR 110 Cincinnati - Mitch Hyatt, OT 111 Detroit - Lonnie Johnson, CB 112 Buffalo - Michael Deiter, OG 113 Denver - Oli Udoh, OG 114 Green Bay - Kingsley Keke, DE 115 Carolina - Ryan Finley, QB 116 Miami - Gardner Minshew, QB 117 Atlanta - Max Scharping, OT 118 Green Bay - Germaine Pratt, LB 119 Cleveland - Kahale Warring, TE 120 Minnesota - Tyree Jackson, QB 121 Tennessee - Dontavius Russell, DT 122 Pittsburgh - Anthony Johnson, WR 123 Baltimore - Oshane Ximines, LB 124 Seattle - L.J. Collier, DE 125 Denver - Jamel Dean, CB 126 Chicago - Phil Haynes, OG 127 Philadelphia - David Long, LB 128 Dallas - Karan Higdon, RB 129 Indianapolis - Greg Gaines, DT 130 LA Chargers - Jarrett Stidham, QB 131 Buffalo - Shareef Miller, DE 132 NY Giants - Myles Gaskin, RB 133 LA Rams - Chris Slayton, DT 134 New England - Caleb Wilson, TE 135c Indianapolis - Jaylon Ferguson, DE 136c Dallas - DeMarkus Lodge, WR 137c Atlanta - Blake Cashman, LB 138c Philadelphia - Drue Tranquill, LB ROUND 5 139 Arizona - Mark Fields, CB 140 Oakland - Tyre Brady, WR 141 Pittsburgh - Corey Ballentine, CB 142 NY Giants - Kaden Smith, TE 143 NY Giants - Dennis Daley, OT 144 Cleveland - Devin Singletary, RB 145 Tampa Bay - Bobby Okereke, LB 146 Detroit - Penny Hart, WR 147 Buffalo - Ben Bur-Kirven, LB 148 Denver - David Edwards, OT 149 Cincinnati - Dexter Williams, RB 150 Green Bay - Jaquan Johnson, S 151 Miami - Gerald Willis, DT 152 Atlanta - Stanley Morgan, WR 153 Washington - Ty Summers, LB 154 Carolina - Beau Benzschawel, OG 155 Cleveland - Greg Dortch, WR 156 Denver - Cortez Broughton, DE 157 Tennessee - Travis Homer, RB 158 Buffalo - Daniel Wise, DT 159 Seattle - Sione Takitaki, LB 160 Baltimore - Jahlani Tavai, LB 161 Houston - Dru Samia, OG 162 Chicago - Ryan Pope, OT 163 Philadelphia - Diontae Johnson, WR 164 Indianapolis - Josh Oliver, TE 165 Dallas - Ross Pierschbacher, OC 166 LA Chargers - Blessaun Austin, CB 167 Kansas City - Hunter Renfrow, WR 168 New Orleans - Daylon Mack, DT 169 LA Rams - Micheal Jordan, OG 170 Cleveland - Austin Bryant, DE 171c NY Giants -Jazz Ferguson, WR 172c Atlanta - Wes Hills, RB 173c Washington - Terrell Hanks, LB ________________________
  10. Draft Comparisons

    Adderley is a CB/S that's got the speed for the back half and CB, but isn't disciplined/reliable and might be better utilized at SS, nearly identical to how Sean Davis was viewed. I think either could play deep as well. Marcus Williams also comes to mind but I think Williams was a more reliable last line guy. Jarrett was a smaller than ideal DT with the athleticism of a LB and a huge motor. Simmons was dominant because he's a swelled up DE playing inside. A freak athlete at that size. Not because he was technically sound, or core strong. I think he's a 5 that needs to be in a attacking 34 scheme. I think Taylor would make a better OG. Like Brooks, he's a good linear athlete with great size, although Brooks was a better athlete. He wins outside with his length, imo, not his feet. He'll be more exposed as a pro and unless his technique is flawless, he'll struggle a good bit.
  11. Draft Comparisons

    more.... Josh Jacobs - short Joe Mixon Hakeem Butler - Braylon Edwards Nasir Adderly - Sean Davis Kyler Murray - gunslinging Tyrod Taylor Dwayne Haskins - raw Matt Stafford Justin Layne - smaller Sean Smith Rodney Anderson - Arian Foster Jachai Polite - Jerry Hughes Clelin Ferrell - Willie Young Byron Murphy - Dunta Robinson Hollywood Brown - Jakeem Grant DeAndre Baker - shorter Aqib Talib Joejuan Williams - softer Jimmy Williams A.J. Brown - bigger Jarvis Landry Miles Boykin - softer Micheal Thomas Jerry Tillery - Chris Canty Rashan Gary - raw Kevin Carter Miles Sanders - Roy Helu Jr Kelvin Harmon - 6'3 Patrick Crayton L.J. Humphrey - Josh Cribbs w/ ball skills Elijah Holyfield - Keon Lattimore Montez Sweat - bigger Manny Lawson Brian Burns - stiffer Leonard Floyd Trysten Hill - bigger Sheldon Day Darnell Savage - angry Demarious Randall Darius Slayton - Dominek Hixon Riley Ridley - Andre Caldwell Chauncey Gardner Johnson - Darrell Stuckey DeMarkus Lodge - slower Marvin Jones Jawaan Taylor - slimmer Brandon Brooks Nick Bosa - Tamba Hali Greedy Williams - 6'2 Kevin Johnson Jeffrey Simmons - bigger Adrian Clayborn Vosean Joseph - Zach Brown Drue Tranquill - Gerald Hodges Devin Bush - Odell Thurman Will Grier - Brian Hoyer J.J. Arcega Whiteside - bigger Jabar Gaffney Jonah Williams - longer Zack Martin Josh Allen - better motor Jamie Collins Ed Oliver - faster Grady Jarrett Drew Lock - faster Derek Anderson Cody Ford - Andre Smith Taylor Rapp - Will Parks Julian Love - Jordan Poyer Jonathan Abram - bigger Patrick Chung Juan Thornhill - Ha Ha Clinton-Dix David Montgomery - shorter, shifty Chris Carson Parris Campbell - taller Randall Cobb
  12. 2019 Draft Prospects

    It's not a list tho. Red flag
  13. Pro Day Results

    I'm pretty sure I've read or heard he's hit and miss at FS.. which is why some teams view him more as a CB.
  14. 2019 Draft Prospects

    Ran a 4.75 - 4.77 at his pro day today. Not unexpected really after passing at the combine and reputed to have run about the same years ago. It's clear on film he's a quicker than fast guy. He's an elite open field tackler and looks faster than he is because he's such an efficient mover. Rarely takes false steps. Solid fit I suppose if we need a rookie to start straight away. But I agree his upside is capped. Another slight concern I have is he doesn't appear much of a playmaker. My comp for him is Will Parks. Re: Savage. Tackling usually improves from college to the pros tho. Part of the reason why off the charts physical skill sets get guys drafted high.