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  1. College Football and NFL Draft Discussion

    Kid looks clean to me
  2. College Football and NFL Draft Discussion

    Robert Hunt High 2nd round Netane Muti if medicals check out Mid 2nd round. If medicals are a concern 4th round. Josiah Deguara between 4-6 round. Sewo Olonilua 6th round. Bronson Steinbecher 7th round. I would trade down from 10 and take Robert Hunt at the bottom of round 1 and be really happy with that. I also am trying to find a way to get Antoine Winfield Jr. but I think Winfield, Hunt, and Muti could all realistically be taken in round 2.
  3. College Football and NFL Draft Discussion

    I want the baddest mofo team on the planet. get me Bronson Rechsteiner, Robert Hunt, Netane Muti, Josiah Deguara, and Sewo Olonilua.
  4. Which Offensive Tackle Do You Want?

    I choose the field. Specifically this guy Robert Hunt with a trade down to net more draft capital on top of getting a darn good football player.
  5. QB 2 in 2020?

    My vote for backup QB. backup to the backup
  6. Combine Thread Let's Get It Started

    Two potential options at fullback. Sewo Olonilua RB TCU 6'3 240 Squats over 700 pounds and has been named to Bruce Feldman’s “freak list” multiple times. When he’s able to open up in space, he’s a dangerous combination of size and speed. Productive in the pass game, especially for his size. Was a touchdown machine as a sophomore, posting 7 on just 64 rushing attempts. Can be used effectively on both inside and outside runs. Facing a felony drug charge in the offseason that will prevent him from playing in 2019, which will hurt his development and draft stock. While he has all of the natural tools in the world, concerns about his game and off the field actions will likely push him to the ranks of the undrafted. Josiah Deguara TE Cincinnati 6'3 245 Like what he gives you as an in-line blocker a lot. He's scrappy and does really well to keep his hand fit once defenders engage in shed techniques. His receiver skills are best against soft coverage or zone but he's reliable in short yardage areas to box out and has sneaky athleticism to get vertical. He's not necessarily a mauler but he's tenacious as hell. The hustle on this dude is unbelievable. Chased down an interception to prevent pick-6 about 70 yards down field from the back side vs. UCLA. His functional strength is aided by a dense built, he's built really compact and pairs his high effort with thick lower half and torso.
  7. Butt Cheeks = Ezra Cleveland OT Boise St., Trey Adams OT Washington Underrated = James Proche WR SMU, Keith Ismael C San Diego State
  8. College Football and NFL Draft Discussion

    @Mind Character Which of these scenarios do you think would be the best fit? 1. Robert Hunt at RT with Netane Muti at RG. 2. Robert Hunt at RG with Jack Driscoll at RT. 3. Netane Muti at RG with Jack Driscoll at RT. I see Hunt going as early as the end of round 1 and the other two somewhere round 2/3
  9. College Football and NFL Draft Discussion

    I think this quote was taken from an article with a would you rather format. Would you rather draft Josh Jones in the middle of round 1 or take a chance on Wanogho/Taylor in a later round. The author was basically saying it's better value to try with one of the later round guys. From all accounts Jones did well at the senior bowl, but like many have stated on here the edge rusher class is not dominant this year without many standout players so hard to judge how well Jones will do in the pros based off of senior bowl film imo.
  10. College Football and NFL Draft Discussion

    Tidbit i stumbled upon on thedraftnetwork.com "As for offensive guard, Louisiana's Robert Hunt will have a Will Hernandez-type rise the closer we get to April. He buries defensive lineman with his power in the run game and his anchor in pass protection is eye-opening. He is quicker than people give him credit for, as his skill set is suited well for both power and zone blocking teams. Hunt is the best guard prospect in this draft for my money" and "if we're drafting Josh Jones on tools, I prefer players like Auburn's Prince Tega Wanogho or South Carolina State's Alex Taylor. Critically, not only do these players have better raw physical abilities, but they're also underdeveloped technique-wise relative to the class of the position — neither has played offensive tackle for very long. Jones is a four-year starter at the position and started through high school as well. If he was going to cash in on the promise his tools illustrates, I think we would have seen more development by now."
  11. Combine Thread Let's Get It Started

    So your saying size and girth matter!
  12. Combine Starts February 23rd - March 2nd. Figured it's time to get this going. Here are the list of players I will be interested in watching. Quarterbacks Joe Burrow, QB, LSU Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon Jordan Love, QB, Utah State Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama - I'll be hoping these guys all impress and they all get drafted high in the first round. Running backs Darrynton Evans, RB, Appalachian State Mike Warren, RB, Cincinnati - Small school backs that I'm looking at for our 7th round or UDFA's. Wide receivers Lynn Bowden, WR, Kentucky KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State Aaron Parker, WR, Rhode Island James Proche, WR, SMU Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU Jeff Thomas, WR, Miami - Like the speed and stretch the field possibilities with a few of these guys Tight ends Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton - Hoping we can find that do it all reliable guy. Offensive linemen Hakeem Adeniji, OL, Kansas Ben Bartch, OL, St. John's (MN) Mekhi Becton, OL, Louisville Jack Driscoll, OL, Auburn Matt Hennessy, OL, Temple Robert Hunt, OL, Louisiana-Lafayette Joshua Jones, OL, Houston Netane Muti, OL, Fresno State Matt Peart, OL, Connecticut Terence Steele, OL, Texas Tech Prince Tega Wanogho, OL, Auburn Jedrick Wills, OL, Alabama Tristan Wirfs, OL, Iowa - Whose going to shine for the zbs? Defensive linemen Ross Blacklock, DL, TCU Marlon Davidson, DL, Auburn Jordan Elliott, DL, Missouri Alex Highsmith, DL, UNC-Charlotte Julian Okwara, DL, Notre Dame - Not too much here that gets me excited Linebackers Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin Jordan Brooks, LB, Texas Tech Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB, Appalachian State Darrell Taylor, LB, Tennessee Josh Uche, LB, Michigan - Doesn't seem like a strong group imo. Maybe someone will suprise Defensive backs Jeremy Chinn, DB, Southern Illinois Kyle Dugger, DB, Lenoir-Rhyne Jeff Gladney, DB, TCU Darnay Holmes, DB, UCLA Noah Igbinoghene, DB, Auburn Jaylon Johnson, DB, Utah Antoine Winfield Jr., DB, Minnesota - I think this group has a lot of potential to shine
  13. Give Me Five!! I have Spoken...

    So my thought process is simple these are my top 5 guys because they are who I have spent time reading about, watching game film, and have an invested interest in. Beyond that I haven't done research on a whole lot of other prospects.