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  1. Moretti's March Mock

    Thought someone would catch that! Star line up!
  2. Moretti's March Mock

    There was a lot of hope involved with him dropping.
  3. Moretti's March Mock

    I agree and I was very close to using him. To be honest he scares the **** out of me. He greatly benefited from those around him.
  4. Moretti's March Mock

    Thanks! I really like Michael Jordan and am surprised he is not talked about more on here. I like the idea of a RD2 running back whether it be Jacobs from BAMA or Weber. If we are going to run the ball like we need to, we need a couple of legit running backs.
  5. Moretti's March Mock

    What a fun free agency it has been! Sucks to lose Breeland, overall the defense should be greatly improved however. I do not think we will be seeing any other moves made prior to the draft. NFL Draft: RD1 #12 Ed Oliver*, DT, Houston Height: 6-2. Weight: 287. Projected 40 Time: 4.70. Projected Round (2019): Top-25. 2/16/19: Oliver was excellent in 2018, showing his great speed and motor, and still managing to produce despite double or triple teams. The junior totaled 54 tackles with 14.5 tackles for a loss, three sacks, one forced fumble and two passes batted on the year. A knee injury caused Oliver to miss some time, and he decided not to play in Houston's bowl game. RD1 30 Clelin Ferrell*, 3-4OLB, Clemson Height: 6-5. Weight: 265. Projected 40 Time: 4.77. Projected Round (2019): 1. 2/16/19: Ferrell recorded 55 tackles with 11.5 sacks, 19.5 tackles for a loss, four passes batted and three forced fumbles during 2018. Returning to school for 2018 looks like it was a wise decision on his part, because he improved in his run defense and was more stout at the point of attack. However, Ferrell did not as look as fast and explosive over the course of the season. As a result, some team sources are projecting Ferrell as a mid- to late first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. RD2: Mike Weber*, RB, Ohio State Height: 5-10. Weight: 214. Projected 40 Time: 4.57. Projected Round (2019): 2-3. 3/7/19: Two NFL running backs coaches told me that Weber was one of the backs who impressed them the most at the combine. He ran fast in the 40, ran well in the bag drills, and showed skill as a receiver. Weber could be a steal in the 2019 NFL Draft as he has three-down starting potential with a good skill set of size and speed. RD3: Michael Jordan*, G/C, Ohio State Height: 6-6. Weight: 312. Projected 40 Time: 5.20. Projected Round (2019): 2-3. 3/16/19: Jordan moved to center in 2018 and proved to be a good starter there, which really improves his value for the NFL. In speaking with sources, they see Jordan as a potential second-day pick. Some scouts who were through Ohio State told me that they thought that Jordan was unlikely to enter the 2019 NFL Draft, but after the season, he announced he was skipping his senior year instead RD4 Mike Bell*, S, Fresno State Height: 6-3. Weight: 203. Projected 40 Time: 4.58. Projected Round (2019): 3-4. 3/16/19: Bell ran slower than expected at the combine. In 2018, Bell totaled 87 tackles with eight passes broken up and three interceptions. He had 77 tackles with three breakups and a pick in 2017. Bell has good length and height to help him match up versus big receivers or tight ends. Scouts say they like Bell's versatility. He is a fluid, smooth athlete who is interchangeable between free or strong safety. Bell is really good coming downhill as a run defender while also flashing range and ball skills downfield. Sources feel that Bell will develop into a starter. RD4 Terry Godwin, WR, Georgia Height: 5-11. Weight: 185. Projected 40 Time: 4.50. Projected Round (2019): 3-5. 3/7/19: Godwin was one of the best players at the East-West Shrine. He ate up the cornerbacks in the one-on-ones as they were incapable of running with him. Godwin is a dangerous route-runner as he explodes out of his breaks and that generates separation. After gaining a step, his speed is too much to handle as he would pull away from corners. In the NFL, he could be a good slot receiver using speed and route-running to get quick separation. With his strong performance through these practices, Godwin could have turned himself into a mid-round prospect in the 2019 NFL Draft. Godwin sat out Georgia's first game of 2018, but had 23 catches for 385 yards and three touchdowns after that. RD 5 Michael Jackson, CB, Miami Height: 6-2. Weight: 195. Projected 40 Time: 4.54. Projected Round (2019): 4-6. 3/16/19: In 2018, Jackson totaled 42 tackles with six passes broken up. Some have projected Jackson as an early-round pick, but in speaking to some team sources, they have graded him well into the third day of the 2019 NFL Draft. 8/29/18: Jackson was only in his first year starting for the Hurricanes in 2017, but there was talk about him entering the 2018 NFL Draft. In 2017, he totaled four interceptions with five passes broken up and 43 tackles RD6 C.J. Conrad, TE, Kentucky Height: 6-4. Weight: 250. Projected 40 Time: 4.75. Projected Round (2019): 4-6. 3/7/19: Conrad recorded 30 receptions in 2018 for 318 yards with three touchdowns. He is a similar player to former Kentucky tight end Jacob Tamme. While he does not have great speed, Conrad has quality hands and is a nice route-runner. He is also a very good blocker and really contributed to running lanes for Benny Snell. In January, Conrad had a solid week of practice at the East-West Shrine RD7 image: http://walterfootball.com/college/Toledo_logo.gif Diontae Johnson*, WR, Toledo Height: 5-11. Weight: 181. Projected 40 Time: 4.52. Projected Round (2019): 6-FA. 3/7/19: Johnson had 49 catches for 761 yards and eight touchdowns in 2018. He decided to enter the 2019 NFL Draft. Johnson would fit best as a slot receiver. Read more at http://walterfootball.com/draft2019WR.php#2soZi2Q0ydK0kJ5x.99
  6. 2019 Draft Discussion

    I really like Savage he is becoming my safety 1 for this team.
  7. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    Is Tre Boston still unsigned?
  8. 2019 Draft - Edge Rushers

    I doubt either of them are there at 17.
  9. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Definitely agree! With Jaire being a quick twitch smaller type of corner I wonder if a big corner like Joejuan Williams (6'4 210) will be the body type we look for. I would say our secondary is going to look vastly improved from last year due to the hopeful improved pass rush.
  10. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Don't sleep on Tony Brown, he outplayed Jackson last year.
  11. 2019 Draft Discussion

    I agree with both of you and I guess to clarify on what I meant is that the draft should always be picking the BPA instead of a need. Even if we had a hole at one spot, I am not reaching for a player to fill that hole over higher graded players. I figure where we are sitting in the draft, a pass rusher will most likely be the BPA and we should draft them regardless of the 2 signings we just made. I think we all agree but said it in different ways.
  12. 2019 Draft Discussion

    I do not think free agency should impact who we draft. We take the most valuable player regardless. If it is an edge, I think that is perfect because you can never have enough talented pass rushes.
  13. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    I think Gute is doing a great job not giving in to these free agent attractions. These contracts are completely insane. Hopefully we can wait a couple days and get someone like Wiz to put at Guard or Tre Boston on a reasonable deal.
  14. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    Wiz would be a great pick-up for us!
  15. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    According to Twitter, Malik choose Eagles