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  1. Daniel Jeremiah's Mock #1

    Go look at his past January mock drafts and they’re generally very accurate regarding where the players are valued.
  2. Rolni's mock offseason vol.1

    Watch Harmon vs Clemson. He’s like Michael Thomas and Davante Adams to me: big body, sure hands, can win with physicality at the catch point and is also very nuanced in his routes. He’s one of those guys who looks unspectacular because he doesn’t have a single attrubite that leaps out but he’s a great WR.
  3. 2019 NFL Draft - Secondary

    Wow I just watched Johnson today and didn’t like him at all. Seemed very meh. Good frame, physical box safety but stiff as a board and I don’t think he can stand up in coverage at all. Sure he’s a good box safety but he’s not Jammal Adams or even Ronnie Harrison level good as an in the box safety. How much is that worth in the modern NFL? Curious what you saw with him. Also, I LOVE the Maryland Safety Darnell Savage. Super twitchy, can man up vs slot WRs, great closing burst, really good play recognition, and plays with a physical and aggressive personality. I think he’s my S1 if Thompson goes back to Bama.
  4. 2019 NFL Draft - Interior Defensive Line

    Why trade Hurst? Keep all of them and have a great 3 man rotation.
  5. Kyler Murray QB OU

    QB1 this year.
  6. 2019 NFL Draft - Offensive Line

    I only watched their 2018 film so whatever they did from 2016 to 2017 isn’t relevant to my analysis. I really don’t see what separates Taylor from any other big OT that can’t move his feet. Sure any OT can get beat by a good speed rush, even Joe Thomas in his prime. However the difference between your standard Day 2 OT prospect and Taylor in this regard is stark. He can’t move his feet and gets beat by any speed outside or quick inside move.
  7. 2019 NFL Draft - Offensive Line

    2 Thoughts on OTs 1. Jawaan Taylor - really don't get why there is any hype for him and I see him as a OG. He’s big and great in the run game but there is no way in hell he can block NFL Edge rushers. His foot speed is poor and he can’t mirror edge rushers. He’s pretty easily beat around the edge by speed rushers or by any kind of inside quickness. 2. Cody Ford - absolutely love him and have a top 20 grade on him right now. I don’t see why he can’t play LT. Huge size and power combined with amazing feet. Power rushers can’t move him and he has the feet and athleticism to stop speed. People mover in the run game. He’s like a shorter version of Orlando Brown/Daryl Williams but with awesome feet/athleticism.
  8. 2019 NFL Draft - Quarterbacks

    Pretty much identical to my notes on him. The footwork is pretty terrible. Always throwing off his back foot leading to accuracy issues and falls back in the face of pressure. However when he actually steps up in the pocket and puts his entire body into a throw it goes where he wants it to. I watched Will Grier today as well as Case Keenum is a pretty perfect comp and explains his game almost perfectly.
  9. 2019 NFL Draft - Wide Receivers & Tight Ends

    I just rewatched Kelvin Harmon and he’s fantastic. He absolutely dominated Clemson in 2017. Huge frame at 6’4/215, incredibly strong hands, jump ball ability, and he actually creates separation on his routes unlike most of the other big WRs in this class. I think I have him in my top 20 overall players right now.
  10. Rashan Gary - Atlanta Falcons connection

    I’ll just treat this as a general Rashan Gary thread. He’s one of the hardest guys to grade in this draft. It’s obvious how well he moves on film and his grade is almost entirely reliant on projecting that athleticism to the interior because he’s absolutely not suited to be an edge rusher. The combine will make or break him.
  11. 2019 NFL Draft Thread v.2

    He's a high floor/low ceiling kind of player who should be a solid starter but I don't ever see him becoming a 10+ sack per year kind of player. That's fine as a late 1st kind of pick but absolutely not in the top 5. He doesnt have any elite traits. Doesnt have the great get-off of a speed rusher and isn't particularly powerful. He reminds me of the other Clemson DEs from the past few years like Shaq Lawson and Kevin Dodd. Great base 43 DE frames without any elite skills. I'd MUCH rather have Edges like Josh Allen, Brian Burns, or Jachai Polite who have the tools to develop into Top 10 NFL pass rushers.
  12. 2019 Draft - Edge Rushers

    This evaluation seems like it's based too much on Allen's 2017 film, not 2018. This year, he absolutely screams off the edge with elite get-off and can easily bend the edge. He needs to work more on inside counters and a more consistent speed to power move but he's shown the ability to use his hands and bench press OTs in the SEC plus he has the size and length to become a good power rusher. He's already a phenomenal speed rusher and he can easily develop into a very good power rusher as well. I really disagree about his consistency as a rusher and while I agree he's not great vs the run he's by no means a liability there.
  13. 2019 NFL Draft Thread v.2

    Why would you ever move Oliver to DE? He’s the perfect UT/3tech in a 43 which is exactly what our scheme utilizes. He’s special because of his insane quickness and violence inside. There is no indication that he has the necessary flexibility to be an elite edge. Those are our biggest needs but our roster is so bad we could feasibly draft any position except for QB. At 4, the best players look like they’ll be DTs right now and we shouldn’t pass on those guys just because we drafted PJ Hall and Hurst last year. We reached for a position last year and that’s how we ended up with Kolton over Derwin. People are still doing tons of cut-ups. Just search on YouTube “Quinnen Williams vs” and you’ll see a bunch.
  14. 2019 NFL Draft - Interior Defensive Line

    Just watched Jeffery Simmons for the first time today and I think he’s just as good of a prospect as Quinen Williams and Ed Oliver.
  15. 2019 NFL Draft Thread v.2

    Why Ferrell at 4? That’s one of the few picks I would absolutely hate.