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Is Bryce Perkins really a 5th round value as a QB?

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10 hours ago, INbengalfan said:

I mean in the overall prospect rankings from the  revised OP.  I've been reading these weekly and have seen the couple of times you wrote about him.  

 

I should have been more specific on where he was missing from.

I updated that list now with the most recent guys I could recall who have declared and any I did miss.  Tried to include some I moved out on the list below but sure I forgot some.  For most the year I did consider Justin Jefferson as a guy who would return to school but with how great he has played I doubt that happens anymore.  

 

 

8 hours ago, MikeT14 said:

Is Bryce Perkins really a 5th round value as a QB?

I would say the list of quarterbacks might got like this but Fromm could be easily returning to school.  Perkins is a better leader and winner than Montez and Tate.  He has more upside than Huntley but they have similar games, he has more athletic ability than Lewerke and again is a better winner and leader than Gordon and or Francois.  


Joe Burrow LSU RS SR QB
Tua Tagovailoa Alabama JR QB
Justin Herbert Oregon SR QB
Jacob Eason Washington RS JR QB
Jordan Love Utah State RS JR QB
Jake Fromm Georgia JR QB
Shea Patterson Michigan SR QB
Jalen Hurts Oklahoma QB 
Nathan Stanley Iowa SR QB
Bryce Perkins Virginia SR QB
Steven Montez Colorado RS SR QB
Khalil Tate Arizona SR QB
Tyler Huntley Utah SR QB
Brian Lewerke Michigan State RS SR QB
Anthony Gordon Washington State RS SR QB
Deondre Francois Hampton RS SR QB
 

 

At first this year I did not think he was going to be a drafted QB.  But he played pretty well this year I thought against good competition in big games.  Looked very good in the bowl game against Florida, obviously played well against VT, showed he is a great competitor against Clemson late I thought in the title game.  The kid to me has really grew as a passer this year and was not just a runner first.  He did not have great receivers to pass to or much of a run game at all or a great OL either.  But kid won some big games and showed fine leadership so I think he has a chance at the next level.  Sure might not be a 5th rounder but at worst should get picked up in the 6th or 7th round.  But how the QBs look again I would not take Montez, Tate, Huntley, Lewerke, Gordon or Francois over him.  Maybe Montez but again Perkins was a winner and lead his teams to winning games, Montez never did that with more talent around him and more size and overall talent arguably.  

Perkins is a gamer and has a chance to be a solid backup for a team and great locker room guy.  

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Updated the 7 round ranking with the recent underclassman that have come and gone.  As far as I can tell here are the guys who have not declared yet, most are on LSU and Clemson of course.  I did not include Austin Jackson from USC because I think he is returning but he could declare as well potentially.  

 

Underclassman that have not declared but could come out potentially.


Isaiah Simmons Clemson RS JR OLB
Tristan Wirfs Iowa JR OT
AJ Epenesa Iowa JR DE
Grant Delpit LSU JR S
Tee Higgins Clemson JR WR
Travis Etienne Clemson JR RB
K'Lavon Chaisson LSU RS SOPH OLB
AJ Terrell Clemson JR CB
Justin Jefferson LSU JR
Camryn Bynum Cal RS JR CB
Deonte Brown Alabama RS JR OG
Tommy Kraemer Notre Dame RS JR OG
Jordon Scott Oregon JR DT
Jamar Watson Kentucky RS JR OLB
Tyler Vaughns USC RS JR WR


I could see maybe Bynum returning, Deonte Brown possibly, Kraemer, Watson and Vaughns for sure coming back is an option.  The rest I see as all coming out for the draft and would be very surprised if they do not.  I am sure the NFL hopes a guy like Tristan Wirfs comes out, they are in desperate need for OL talent in the league and this guy looks like a freak show athletically.  

 

 

Have a four rounder already in the works for 2021 soon to expand once all the underclassmen declare or not.  
 

 

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Got these final guys out of the 7 round ranking and updated it today.  

Camryn Bynum Cal RS JR CB
Jordon Scott Oregon JR DT
Jamar Watson Kentucky RS JR OLB
Tyler Vaughns USC RS JR WR

 

Also did a 5 round mock draft with team selections and things do change once team needs are taken into account that is for sure.  Did not include compensatory but those are not decided on just yet but would increase the number of players in 5 rounds.  

 

1st
1. Cincinnati  - Joe Burrow LSU RS SR QB
2. Washington  - Chase Young Ohio State JR DE
3. Detroit  - Isaiah Simmons Clemson RS JR OLB
4. NY Giants  - Tristan Wirfs Iowa JR OT
5. Miami  - Tua Tagovailoa Alabama JR QB
6. LA Chargers  - Andrew Thomas Georgia JR OT
7. Carolina  - Jeffrey Okudah Ohio State JR CB
8. Arizona  - Derrick Brown Auburn SR NT
9. Jacksonville  - Tyler Biadasz Wisconsin RS JR C
10. Cleveland  - Jedrick Willis Alabama JR OT
11. NY Jets  - Jerry Jeudy Alabama JR WR
12. Raiders  - CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma JR WR
13. Indianapolis  - AJ Epenesa Iowa JR DE
14. Tampa Bay  - Justin Herbert Oregon SR QB
15. Denver  - Henry Ruggs III Alabama JR WR
16. Atlanta  - Javon Kinlaw South Carolina SR DT
17. Dallas  - Grant Delpit LSU JR S
18. Miami (From Pittsburgh) - Yetur Gross-Matos Penn State JR DE
19. Raiders (From Chicago) - K'Lavon Chaisson LSU RS SOPH OLB
20. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) - Bryce Hall Virginia SR CB
21. Philadelphia  - Tee Higgins Clemson JR WR
22. Buffalo  - Mekhi Becton Louisville JR OT
23. New England  - Austin Jackson USC JR OT
24. New Orleans  - Kristian Fulton LSU SR CB
25. Minnesota  - James Lynch Baylor JR DE/DT
26. Miami (From Houston) - De'Andre Swift Georgia JR RB
27. Seattle  - JK Dobbins Ohio State JR RB
28. Baltimore  - Xavier McKinney Alabama JR S 
29. Tennessee  - Curtis Weaver Boise State JR DE
30. Green Bay  - Trey Adams Washington RS SR OT
31. Kansas City  - CJ Henderson Florida JR CB
32. San Francisco - AJ Terrell Clemson JR CB

2nd
33. Cincinnati  - Josh Jones Houston RS SR OT
34. Indianapolis (From Washington) - Jacob Eason Washington RS JR QB
35. Detroit  - Jonah Jackson Ohio State SR OG
36. NY Giants  - Lynn Bowden Jr Kentucky JR WR
37. LA Chargers  - Jordan Love Utah State RS JR QB
38. Carolina  - Brycen Hopkins Purdue RS SR TE
39. Miami  - Malik Harrison Ohio State SR OLB
40. Arizona  - John Simpson Clemson SR OG
41. Cleveland  - Raekwon Davis Alabama SR DE/DT
42. Jacksonville  - Bravvion Roy Baylor SR DT
43. Chicago (From Raiders) - Lucas Niang TCU SR OT
44. Indianapolis  - Laviska Shenault Jr. Colorado JR WR
45. Tampa Bay  - Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin JR RB
46. Denver  - Amik Robertson La Tech JR CB
47. Atlanta  - Antonie Winfield Jr. Minnesota RS SOPH S
48. NY Jets  - Josh Uche Michigan RS JR OLB  
49. Pittsburgh  - Isaiah Wilson Georgia RS SOPH OT
50. Chicago  - Jake Fromm Georgia JR QB
51. Dallas  - Cole Kmet Notre Dame JR TE
52. LA Rams  - Marlon Davidson Auburn SR DE/DT
53. Philadelphia  - Kenneth Murray Oklahoma JR OLB
54. Buffalo  - Justin Jefferson LSU JR WR
55. Atlanta (From New England) - Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU JR RB 
56. Miami (From New Orleans) - Justin Madubuike JR DT
57. Minnesota  - Logan Stenberg Kentucky RS SR OG
58. Houston  - Cesar Ruiz Michigan JR C
59. Seattle  - Ezra Cleveland Boise State RS JR OT
60. Baltimore  - Evan Weaver Cal SR ILB
61. Tennessee  - Trevon Diggs Alabama SR CB
62. Green Bay  - Bryan Edwards South Carolina SR WR 
63. Kansas City  - Eno Benjamin Arizona State JR RB
64. Seattle (From San Francisco) - Albert Okwuegbunam Missouri RS JR TE

3rd
65. Cincinnati - David Woodward Utah State RS JR ILB
66. Washington - Tyler Johnson Minnesota SR WR
67. Detroit - Leki Fotu Utah SR DT
68. NY Jets (From NYG) Myles Bryant Washington SR CB
69. Carolina - Joe Bachie Michigan State SR ILB  
70. Miami - Jon Runyan Michigan RS SR OT
71. LA Chargers - Jonathan Garvin Miami FL JR DE
72. Arizona - Chase Claypool Notre Dame SR WR
73. Jacksonville - AJ Dillion Boston College JR RB
74. Cleveland - Gabriel Davis UCF JR WR 
75. Indianapolis - Neville Gallimore Oklahoma RS SR DT
76. Tampa Bay - Josiah Scott Michigan State JR CB
77. Denver - Cam Akers Florida State JR RB
78. Atlanta - Nick Harris Washington SR C
79. NY Jets - Darryl Williams Miss State RS OG/C
80. Raiders - Jaylon Johnson Utah JR CB
81. Raiders (From Chicago) - Harrison Bryant FAU SR TE
82. Dallas - Davon Hamilton Ohio State RS SR DT
83. Denver (From Pittsburgh)  - Shane Lemieux Oregon RS SR OG
84. LA Rams - Jalen Reagor TCU JR WR
85. Philadelphia - Chris Miller Baylor SR S
86. Buffalo - Zach Baun Wisconsin RS SR OLB
87. New England - KJ Hamler Penn State RS SOPH
88. New Orleans - Thaddeus Moss LSU RS SOPH TE
89. Minnesota - Essang Bassey Wake Forest SR CB
90. Cleveland (From Houston) - Julian Blackmon Utah SR S
91. Raiders (From Seattle)  - Zach Moss Utah SR RB
92. Baltimore - Terrell Lewis Alabama RS JR OLB
93. Tennessee - Jalen Hurts Oklahoma QB
94. Green Bay - Chris Orr Wisconsin RS SR ILB
95. Kansas City - Shea Patterson Michigan SR QB
96. Denver (From San Francisco)  - KJ Hill Ohio State SR WR

4th
97. Cincinnati - Ross Blacklock TCU RS JR DT
98. Washington – Saahdig Charles LSU JR OT/OG
99. Detroit - Quinetz Cephus Wisconsin RS JR WR
100. NY Jets (From NYG) - Ben Bredeson Michigan SR OG
101. Carolina - JR Reed Georgia RS SR S
102. Pittsburgh (From Miami) - Denzel Mims Baylor SR WR  
103. LA Chargers - Jared Pinkney Vandy RS SR TE
104. Arizona - Marcus Keyes Oklahoma State SR OG  
105. Jacksonville - Patrick Queen LSU JR LB
106. Cleveland - Damon Arnette Ohio State SR CB 
107. Indianapolis – Michael Divinity Jr. LSU SR OLB
108. Tampa Bay - Solomon Kindley Georgia RS JR
109. Denver - Jonathan Greenard Florida SR OLB
110. Atlanta - Devin Duvernay Texas SR WR
111. NY Jets - Jacob Breeland Oregon RS SR TE
112. Raiders -  Shaquille Quarterman Miami FL SR ILB
113. Chicago - Lavert Hill Michigan SR CB   
114. Dallas - Michael Pittman Jr USC SR WR
115. Pittsburgh  - Bradlee Anae Utah SR DE/OLB   
116. LA Rams -  Troy Dye Oregon SR LB
117. Philadelphia - Julian Okwara Notre Dame SR DE
118. Buffalo -  Kylin Hill Miss State JR RB
119. New England - Sean McKeon Michigan SR TE
120. New Orleans - Lloyd Cushenberry LSU JR OG/C
121. Minnesota- Calvin Throckmorton Oregon SR OG/OT
122. Houston  - Jabari Zuniga Florida SR DE
123. Seattle  - Kenny Willekes Michigan State RS SR DE
124. Baltimore -  Steven Gonzalez Penn State RS SR OG
125. Miami (From Tennessee) - Prince Tega Wanogho Auburn RS SR OT
126. Green Bay - Robert Windsor Penn State RS SR DT
127. Kansas City - Alohi Gilman Notre Dotre Dame RS JR S
128. Denver (From San Francisco) - Markus Bailey Purdue RS SR LB

5th
129. Cincinnati - Nevelle Clarke UCF RS SR CB
130. Washington – K'Von Wallace Clemson SR S
131. Detroit - Geno Stone Iowa JR S
132. NY Giants - Donovan People-Jones Michigan JR WR
133. Carolina - Charlie Heck UNC RS SR OT
134. Miami - Antonio Gibson Memphis SR WR  
135. LA Chargers - Binjimen Victor Ohio State SR WR
136. Arizona - Darrell Taylor Tennessee RS SR OLB  
137. Pittsburgh (From Jacksonville) - Anthony McFarland Maryland RS SOPH RB
138. Buffalo (From Cleveland) - Joe Gaziano Northwestern SR DE  
139. Indianapolis – Cameron Dantzler Miss State RS JR CB
140. Tampa Bay - Khalid Kareem Notre Dame SR DE
141. San Francisco (From Denver) - Jake Hanson Oregon RS SR C
142. Atlanta - Alton Robinson Syracuse SR DE
143. NY Jets - Collin Johnson Texas SR WR
144. Raiders -  Rashard Lawrence LSU SR DT
145. Chicago - Anfernee Jennings Alabama RS SR OLB
146. Dallas - Jordan Mack Virginia SR ILB
147. Miami (From Pittsburgh)  - Trajan Bandy Miami FL JR CB
148. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) -  Damien Lewis LSU SR OG
149. Philadelphia - Jordan Elliott Missouri JR DT
150. Buffalo -  AJ Green Ok State SR CB
151. Philadelphia (From New England) - TJ Brunson South Carolina SR LB
152. New Orleans - KeShawn Vaughn Vandy SR RB
153. Baltimore (From Minnesota)- Brandon Aiyuk Arizona State SR WR
154. Houston  - Lamar Jackson Nebraska SR CB
155. Seattle  - James Proche SMU RS SR WR
156. Baltimore - Calvin Taylor Jr Kentucky RS SR DE/DT
157. Miami (From Tennessee) - Carter Coughlin Minnesota SR OLB/DE
158. Green Bay - Darnay Holmes UCLA RS JR CB
159. Kansas City - Dele Harding Illinois RS SR OLB
160. San Francisco - Malcolm Perry Navy SR WR/RB
 

 

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Appreciate all the hard work. One comment on the draft: there is no way the Jets wait until pick 79 to draft their first OL. GM Joe Douglas has made it clear that the team will prioritize the position both in FA and the draft. As far as round 1, drafting a WR appears to be on the back-burner. Daniel Jeremiah (who is tight with JD) has tweeted emphatically that the Jets won't do it, instead, suggesting they will prioritize OL/EDGE above all other positions. I think the team will address WR in day 2, possibly with multiple selections, but not in round 1. 

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48 minutes ago, jetskid007 said:

Appreciate all the hard work. One comment on the draft: there is no way the Jets wait until pick 79 to draft their first OL. GM Joe Douglas has made it clear that the team will prioritize the position both in FA and the draft. As far as round 1, drafting a WR appears to be on the back-burner. Daniel Jeremiah (who is tight with JD) has tweeted emphatically that the Jets won't do it, instead, suggesting they will prioritize OL/EDGE above all other positions. I think the team will address WR in day 2, possibly with multiple selections, but not in round 1. 

I understand that for sure, Edge no doubt and OL is a massive question mark.  But who they take when Wirfs, Thomas and Willis are gone?  Those are the ideal, that or Biadasz but I have him being gone as well by that Jets 1st pick.  Sure Chaisson but I would be more comfortable with a guy like Uche 2nd round than Chaisson that high in the 1st.  And Jeudy would be a flat out steal at that point and they need more legit weapons I feel on offense unless they think Demaryius Thomas is going to round back to form, but he and Anderson are free agents so if they do not bring them back they will absolutely need a WR.

 

But yeah I agree OL is a huge need but if those guys I mentioned are gone, not sure it is smart to pick Mekhi Becton, Austin Jackson or Trey Adams that high.

 

 

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6 hours ago, Ozzy said:

I understand that for sure, Edge no doubt and OL is a massive question mark.  But who they take when Wirfs, Thomas and Willis are gone?  Those are the ideal, that or Biadasz but I have him being gone as well by that Jets 1st pick.  Sure Chaisson but I would be more comfortable with a guy like Uche 2nd round than Chaisson that high in the 1st.  And Jeudy would be a flat out steal at that point and they need more legit weapons I feel on offense unless they think Demaryius Thomas is going to round back to form, but he and Anderson are free agents so if they do not bring them back they will absolutely need a WR.

 

But yeah I agree OL is a huge need but if those guys I mentioned are gone, not sure it is smart to pick Mekhi Becton, Austin Jackson or Trey Adams that high.

Obviously you're basing your mock off your board, which I totally understand, but word is that NFL circles are much higher on Mekhi Becton than the media. Apparently, he's a top 10 lock. 

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26 minutes ago, jetskid007 said:

Obviously you're basing your mock off your board, which I totally understand, but word is that NFL circles are much higher on Mekhi Becton than the media. Apparently, he's a top 10 lock. 

Yeah any OL that is his massive size and shows any athletic ability at all will be drafted high and sometimes overrated at times.  Look at Kolton Miller a few years back, also helps that OL is at an absolute premium in the NFL based on lack of quality guys around the league.   

Not sure Becton will even perform at the combine though sadly but would be interesting to see how he times out and everything but my guess is he does not run.  But Jawaan Taylor got similar hype last year going into the draft, is a stronger, thicker dude than Becton but not as good in pass pro and not as athletic so he did end up being more a 2nd rounder after being projected top 20 by some.  Becton does seem a little thin in the lower body around his feet and even his arms/hands seem a little small for his size.  Ereck Flowers is another that got drafted on athletic upside as a big body.

Will be curious how Becton works individually, hard to get a read on him in that offense with all that misdirection and gimmick type plays, not many pure drop back pass blocking sets did he have to even do honestly.  He over runs the play at times but at least he is athletic enough to do it which is a positive.

Orlando Brown Jr dropped of course because of a poor combine, I had him as a 1st rounder and I think he has played up to that as a pro being a starter and a good tackle regardless of his poor vertical or 40.

 

Becton is interesting though and if any OT rises out of that second group it could be him. 

 

 

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All Star game standouts:

 

*Josh Uche Michigan SR OLB: The dude looked great out there, could be a 1st round pick after that performance.  Loved him this season on Michigan and the kid can simply play, very athletic, strong at the point of attack and has a fine power/speed combo.  Was a terror all game, only negative is he literally let the QB go a few times as if he was in a scrimmage, but still the kid did get home.

*Darius Anderson TCU SR RB: Was very smooth out there, great catching the football and just glided in the open field.  I was kind of down on him this year, I expected a little more out of him but kid can play and as a mid to late round RB he could be very good potentially.  Real breakout game for him that put him back on the map no question.

*Michael Ojemudia Iowa RS SR CB: I was never super impressed with him at Iowa but in this game he really stood out as a tackler coming off the edge at corner.  Physically he is well put together, good strength and nice arm length and size.  Very good game by him though, could be a good mid round value at corner, and with his build maybe could switch to safety possibly but he can hang as a press man corner.

*Alton Robinson Syracuse SR DE:  Big time rush end and had a standout game and made some dudes look pretty bad.  Very promising kid and could maybe be a 3/4 OLB or a 4/3 DE.  Stood out and did well this game for sure.

*Tony Pride Jr Notre Dame JR CB: Loved his play in this game, very smooth natural corner with good footwork and quickness.  Was never super impressed with him at Notre Dame for whatever reason but in this setting he stood out and looked the part as a solid cover corner.

*Jalen Reagor TCU JR WR: Damn that kid is a great looking athlete, did not have a real standout year for TCU this season but wow that kid is put together and hyper athletic.  Strong and fast, great burst.  Is a real standout and should do some great things at the combine potentially.

*Joshua Kelley UCLA RS SR RB: Showed great leg drive, vision and power in this game.  Helped himself big time and showed out well.  Great mid round value potentially, has always been a strong runner but kid has some great feet and plays the game the right way, very interesting prospect.

*Lamical Perine Florida SR RB: Tough RB, finished the season strong and looked good in this game as well.  Good power and leg drive, has decent explosive ability out of the backfield and nice vision.  Has had a up and down career overall but has finished strong no question.

*Evan Weaver Cal SR ILB: Sure the negative about him in coverage but he is such a strong tough linebacker that is smart.  Might fall in the draft, I had him as a 1st rounder in February last year and since dropped him at the end of this season to 2nd rounder.  But kid can play and in the right system will do just fine.

*Josh Jones Houston RS SR OT: Looked good in this game, did get beat a few times but nothing major.  Still want to see him at the combine but was not overwhelmed at OT like some of the others in this game.  

*Denzel Mims Baylor SR WR: Looked very fast and explosive in the game, nice athletic ability and with his length and size he is a great speed size combo.  Good big play threat and jump ball threat and built off the fine season he had this year with a good Senior Bowl.  

*Shea Patterson Michigan SR QB: Some thought he played bad but I really liked his mobility in the pocket and ability to throw on the move.  Sure made a bad throw or two but can create outside the pocket, get away from trouble and has a quick release.  If given time to develop as a backup and learn to protect the football better he could become a solid development/backup QB in the NFL.

*Bradlee Anae Utah SR DE/OLB: Great game by him and played really well using his hands to get off blocks and get after the QB.  Was pretty surprised by his production at this higher level of play but he looked the part no doubt.  And in a class that is some what weak at 3/4 OLB he could become a wanted player and maybe even sneak into the 2nd round possibly.  

*Harrison Bryant FAU SR TE: Has the size and athletic ability for sure, nice natural pass catcher who can run very well and catches the football easily.  I might have him a little underrated, if he runs well at the combine he could for sure be a 2nd rounder if not higher.  Looks the part no doubt.  

*Lloyd Cushenberry LSU JR OG/C: Looked good in the game I thought, I still think he should switch to OG because of his wide base and power at the point of attack.  But played well inside and for sure will be a mid round pick but could go higher potentially than that.  Has struggled at times this year in pass pro though so OG could easily be in his future at the next level.

*Justin Herbert Oregon SR QB: Showed up and played well when he was in there I thought.  Showed his athletic ability and is arm talent, sure there are things to work on but with his size and athletic ability it is hard to not like him long term with his ability to create outside and inside the pocket.

*Jonah Jackson Ohio State SR OG: Played well and was strong at the point of attack.  Had a great season and to me is the best OG in the draft potentially.  

*Van Jefferson Florida SR WR: Such a natural pass catcher, very smooth and has good hands and great feet.  Should have been much more productive at Florida but the kid can play and could be a nice 3rd or 4th receiver in the NFL.

*Quartney Davis Texas A&M JR WR: Showed good quickness and burst I thought, good acceleration and footwork as well.  Nice looking receiver and should be a solid mid round pickup with good potential in the slot especially.

*Darrion Daniels Nebraska SR NT: I had him as a drafted player this year based on his fine play and he did not disappoint in this game.  Big dude and move and get penetration, should be a solid late round pick.

*Charlie Woerner Georgia SR TE: Played great and showed really fine pass catching ability I thought.  Was smooth out there, natural hands and maybe he was just not highlighted enough at Georgia.  For sure will be drafted I feel with his blocking and pass catching ability.  

*Salvon Ahmed Washington JR RB: Catching the football he looks great, such a natural receiver.  Would be surprised to see him drafted highly but kid can play and as a 3rd down back with pass catching skills he is very interesting.  

*Matt Peart UCONN RS SR OT: Worth watching some more, did not get beat like some of the other tackles in that game.  Good athletic ability and strength with good potential down the road, should be a nice mid round pick.

 

Others who impressed:

Kenny Willekes Michigan State RS SR DE
Michael Onwenu Michigan SR OG
Jordan Love Utah State RS JR QB
Devin Duvernay Texas SR WR
Lamar Jackson Nebraska SR CB
James Proche SMU RS SR WR
TJ Brunson South Carolina SR LB
Logan Stenberg Kentucky RS SR OG



 

Disappointed:

Terrence Steele Texas Tech RS SR OT - Did not play well and got beat pretty consistently on the edge.  Still might be drafted possibly but struggled in this one for sure and looked over matched.

Calvin Throckmorton Oregon SR OG/OT - Disappointed by his play no doubt, have never loved him at OT and he struggled with it in this game and against power.  Is more a OG I feel at the next level but his versatility does make him interesting.  But this was not his day, did not look good at the Senior bowl.  

Steven Montez Colorado RS SR QB - Not super impressed with his play, athletically he will get picked up based on his size and athletic potential.  But he has a long ways to go still and is for sure a developmental QB.

Jalen Hurts Oklahoma QB - Did some things with his feet and made some ok scramble throws but nothing amazing.  Did get pressured a crazy amount so that did not help.  But did not look the part of a future star QB.  Great backup potential but if any team takes him in the 1st round it would be a mistake.  

 

 

Updated the 7 round ranking and have a new 7 round Mock Draft with teams included.  

 

1st
1. Cincinnati  - Joe Burrow LSU RS SR QB
2. Washington  - Chase Young Ohio State JR DE
3. Detroit  - Isaiah Simmons Clemson RS JR OLB
4. NY Giants  - Tristan Wirfs Iowa JR OT
5. Miami  - Tua Tagovailoa Alabama JR QB
6. LA Chargers  - Andrew Thomas Georgia JR OT
7. Carolina  - Jeffrey Okudah Ohio State JR CB
8. Arizona  - Derrick Brown Auburn SR NT
9. Jacksonville  - AJ Epenesa Iowa JR DE
10. Cleveland  - Jedrick Willis Alabama JR OT
11. NY Jets  - Tyler Biadasz Wisconsin RS JR C
12. Raiders  - Jerry Jeudy Alabama JR WR C
13. Indianapolis  - CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma JR WR
14. Tampa Bay  - Justin Herbert Oregon SR QB
15. Denver  - Henry Ruggs III Alabama JR WR
16. Atlanta  - Javon Kinlaw South Carolina SR DT
17. Dallas  - Grant Delpit LSU JR S
18. Miami (From Pittsburgh) - Yetur Gross-Matos Penn State JR DE
19. Raiders (From Chicago) - K'Lavon Chaisson LSU RS SOPH OLB
20. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) - Bryce Hall Virginia SR CB
21. Philadelphia  - Tee Higgins Clemson JR WR
22. Buffalo  - Mekhi Becton Louisville JR OT
23. New England  - Austin Jackson USC JR OT
24. New Orleans  - Kristian Fulton LSU SR CB
25. Minnesota  - James Lynch Baylor JR DE/DT
26. Miami (From Houston) - De'Andre Swift Georgia JR RB
27. Seattle  - JK Dobbins Ohio State JR RB
28. Baltimore  - Xavier McKinney Alabama JR S 
29. Tennessee  - Josh Uche Michigan RS JR OLB
30. Green Bay  - Josh Jones Houston RS SR OT
31. Kansas City  - CJ Henderson Florida JR CB
32. San Francisco - AJ Terrell Clemson JR CB

2nd
33. Cincinnati  - Trey Adams Washington RS SR OT
34. Indianapolis (From Washington) - Jacob Eason Washington RS JR QB
35. Detroit  - Jonah Jackson Ohio State SR OG
36. NY Giants  - Lynn Bowden Jr Kentucky JR WR
37. LA Chargers  - Jordan Love Utah State RS JR QB
38. Carolina  - Brycen Hopkins Purdue RS SR TE
39. Miami  - Malik Harrison Ohio State SR OLB
40. Arizona  - John Simpson Clemson SR OG
41. Cleveland  - Raekwon Davis Alabama SR DE/DT
42. Jacksonville  - Bravvion Roy Baylor SR DT
43. Chicago (From Raiders) - Lucas Niang TCU SR OT
44. Indianapolis  - Marlon Davidson Auburn SR DE/DT
45. Tampa Bay  - Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin JR RB
46. Denver  - Amik Robertson La Tech JR CB
47. Atlanta  - Antonie Winfield Jr. Minnesota RS SOPH S
48. NY Jets  -  Curtis Weaver Boise State JR DE
49. Pittsburgh  - Laviska Shenault Jr. Colorado JR WR
50. Chicago  - Jake Fromm Georgia JR QB
51. Dallas  - Cole Kmet Notre Dame JR TE
52. LA Rams  - Cesar Ruiz Michigan JR C
53. Philadelphia  - Kenneth Murray Oklahoma JR OLB
54. Buffalo  - Justin Jefferson LSU JR WR
55. Atlanta (From New England) - Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU JR RB 
56. Miami (From New Orleans) - Justin Madubuike JR DT
57. Minnesota  - Prince Tega Wanogho Auburn RS SR OT
58. Houston  - Nick Harris Washington SR C
59. Seattle  - Isaiah Wilson Georgia RS SOPH OT
60. Baltimore  - Evan Weaver Cal SR ILB
61. Tennessee  - Trevon Diggs Alabama SR CB
62. Green Bay  - Bryan Edwards South Carolina SR WR 
63. Kansas City  - Eno Benjamin Arizona State JR RB
64. Seattle (From San Francisco) - Albert Okwuegbunam Missouri RS JR TE

3rd
65. Cincinnati - David Woodward Utah State RS JR ILB
66. Washington - Antonio Gandy-Golden Liberty SR WR
67. Detroit - Leki Fotu Utah SR DT
68. NY Jets (From NYG) Myles Bryant Washington SR CB
69. Carolina - Joe Bachie Michigan State SR ILB  
70. Miami - Jon Runyan Michigan RS SR OT
71. LA Chargers - Alton Robinson Syracuse SR DE
72. Arizona - Tyler Johnson Minnesota SR WR
73. Jacksonville - AJ Dillion Boston College JR RB
74. Cleveland - Jalen Reagor TCU JR WR   
75. Indianapolis - Jonathan Garvin Miami FL JR DE
76. Tampa Bay - Josiah Scott Michigan State JR CB
77. Denver - Cam Akers Florida State JR RB
78. Atlanta - Shane Lemieux Oregon RS SR OG
79. NY Jets - Michael Pittman Jr USC SR WR
80. Raiders - Jaylon Johnson Utah JR CB
81. Raiders (From Chicago) - Harrison Bryant FAU SR TE
82. Dallas - Neville Gallimore Oklahoma RS SR DT
83. Denver (From Pittsburgh)  - Ezra Cleveland Boise State RS JR OT
84. LA Rams - Gabriel Davis UCF JR WR
85. Philadelphia - Chris Miller Baylor SR S
86. Buffalo - Zach Baun Wisconsin RS SR OLB
87. New England - KJ Hamler Penn State RS SOPH WR
88. New Orleans - Thaddeus Moss LSU RS SOPH TE
89. Minnesota - Logan Stenberg Kentucky RS SR OG
90. Cleveland (From Houston) - Julian Blackmon Utah SR S
91. Raiders (From Seattle)  - Zach Moss Utah SR RB
92. Baltimore -Bradlee Anae Utah SR DE/OLB  
93. Tennessee - Nathan Stanley Iowa SR QB
94. Green Bay - Chris Orr Wisconsin RS SR ILB
95. Kansas City - Shea Patterson Michigan SR QB
96. Denver (From San Francisco)  - KJ Hill Ohio State SR WR
*97. New England - Jared Pinkney Vandy RS SR TE
*98. NY Giants - Patrick Queen LSU JR LB
*99. New England - Ross Blacklock TCU RS JR DT
*100. Seattle - Tony Pride Jr Notre Dame JR CB
*101. Houston - Terrell Lewis Alabama RS JR OLB
*102. Pittsburgh - Saahdig Charles LSU JR OT/OG
*103. Philadelphia - Kenny Willekes Michigan State RS SR DE

4th
104. Cincinnati - Damon Arnette Ohio State SR CB
105. Washington – Lloyd Cushenberry LSU JR OG/C
106. Detroit - Jalen Hurts Oklahoma QB SR QB
107. NY Jets (From NYG) - Charlie Heck UNC RS SR OT
108. Carolina - JR Reed Georgia RS SR S
109. Pittsburgh (From Miami) -   Darryl Williams Miss State RS OG/C
110. LA Chargers - Sean McKeon Michigan SR TE
111. Arizona -  Ben Bredeson Michigan SR OG
112. Jacksonville - Michael Divinity Jr. LSU SR OLB
113. Cleveland - Cameron Dantzler Miss State RS JR CB
114. Indianapolis – Michael Ojemudia Iowa RS SR CB
115. Tampa Bay - Solomon Kindley Georgia RS JR
116. Denver - Jonathan Greenard Florida SR OLB
117. Atlanta - Devin Duvernay Texas SR WR
118. NY Jets - Jacob Breeland Oregon RS SR TE
119. Raiders -  Shaquille Quarterman Miami FL SR ILB
120. Chicago - Denzel Mims Baylor SR WR
121. Dallas - Quinetz Cephus Wisconsin RS JR WR
122. Pittsburgh  -  Markus Bailey Purdue RS SR LB
123. LA Rams -  Troy Dye Oregon SR LB
124. Philadelphia - Matt Peart UCONN RS SR OT
125. Buffalo -  Michael Warren II Cincinnati JR RB
126. Baltimore (From New England) - Damien Lewis LSU SR OG
127. New Orleans - Michael Onwenu Michigan SR OG
128. Minnesota- Nevelle Clarke UCF RS SR CB
129. Houston  - Lavert Hill Michigan SR CB 
130. Seattle  - Robert Windsor Penn State RS SR DT
131. Baltimore -  Davon Hamilton Ohio State RS SR DT
132. Miami (From Tennessee) - Chase Claypool Notre Dame SR WR
133. Green Bay - Jordan Elliott Missouri JR DT
134. Kansas City - Jordan Mack Virginia SR ILB
135. Denver (From San Francisco) - Rashard Lawrence LSU SR DT
*136. Baltimore - Trajan Bandy Miami FL JR CB
*137. LA Rams - Jabari Zuniga Florida SR DE
*138. Minnesota - K'Von Wallace Clemson SR S
*139. Tampa Bay - Jared Hilbers Washington SR OT
*140. Philadelphia -Donovan People-Jones Michigan JR WR
*141. Washington - Geno Stone Iowa JR S
*142. Miami - Marcus Keyes Oklahoma State SR OG
*143. Seattle - Alohi Gilman Notre Dotre Dame RS JR S
*144. Chicago - Essang Bassey Wake Forest SR CB
*145. Baltimore - Binjimen Victor Ohio State SR WR
*146. Philadelphia - TJ Brunson South Carolina SR LB

5th
147. Cincinnati - Julian Okwara Notre Dame SR DE  
148. Washington – Dele Harding Illinois RS SR OLB
149. Detroit - Lamar Jackson Nebraska SR CB
150. NY Giants - Darnay Holmes UCLA RS JR CB
151. Carolina -Lamical Perine Florida SR RB
152. Miami - Steven Gonzalez Penn State RS SR OG
153. LA Chargers - Quartney Davis Texas A&M JR WR
154. (Forfeit) Arizona -
155. Pittsburgh (From Jacksonville) - Anthony McFarland Maryland RS SOPH RB
156. Buffalo (From Cleveland) - John Reid Penn State RS SR CB
157. Indianapolis – Antoine Brooks Jr Maryland SR S/LB
158. Tampa Bay - Darrell Taylor Tennessee RS SR OLB  
159. San Francisco (From Denver) - Jake Hanson Oregon RS SR C
160. Atlanta - Joe Gaziano Northwestern SR DE
161. NY Jets -Termayne Anchrum Clemson SR OT
162. Raiders -  Darrion Daniels Nebraska SR DT
163. Chicago - Anfernee Jennings Alabama RS SR OLB
164. Dallas - Jacob Phillips LSU JR LB
165. Miami (From Pittsburgh)  - Carter Coughlin Minnesota SR OLB/DE
166. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) - Colby Parkinson Stanford JR TE
167. Philadelphia - Darius Anderson TCU SR RB
168. Buffalo - Landon Dickerson Alabama C/OG
169. Philadelphia (From New England) - AJ Green Ok State SR CB
170. New Orleans - Cam Brown Penn State SR OLB
171. Baltimore (From Minnesota)- Calvin Taylor Jr Kentucky RS SR DE/DT
172. Houston  - KeShawn Vaughn Vandy SR RB
173. Seattle  -James Proche SMU RS SR WR
174. Baltimore - Antonio Gibson Memphis SR WR/RB
175. Miami (From Tennessee) - Debione Renfro Texas A&M JR CB
176. Green Bay - Noah Igbinoghene Auburn JR CB
177. Kansas City - Khaleke Hudson Michigan SR OLB
178. San Francisco - Joshua Kelley UCLA RS SR RB
*179. Denver -Calvin Throckmorton Oregon SR OG/OT
*180. Dallas - Khalid Kareem Notre Dame SR DE

6th
181. Cincinnati - Van Jefferson Florida RS SR WR
182. Denver (From Washington) – Myles Dorn UNC SR S
183. Detroit - Brandon Aiyuk Arizona State SR WR
184. NY Giants - Jordan Fuller Ohio State SR S
185. Carolina - Sean Pollard Clemson SR OG/C
186. Indianapolis (From Miami) - Hunter Bryant Washington JR TE
187. LA Chargers - Malcolm Perry Navy SR WR/RB
188. Cleveland (From Arizona) -   Bryce Perkins Virginia SR QB
189. Jacksonville - Marlon Bridges Jacksonville St SR S
190. Buffalo (From Cleveland) - Collin Johnson Texas SR WR
191. Indianapolis – McTelvin Agim Arkansas SR DT/DE
192. Tampa Bay - DJ Wonnum South Carolina SR DE
193. New England (From Denver) - David Reese Florida SR ILB
194. Philadelphia (From Atlanta) - Steven Montez Colorado RS SR QB
195. Indianapolis (From NY Jets) - Austin Mack Ohio State SR WR
196. Raiders - Jeff Thomas Miami FL JR WR
197. Chicago - Devin Asiasi UCLA RS JR TE
198. Miami (From Dallas) - Tyler Bass Georgia Southern RS SR K
199. Pittsburgh  - Nick Coe Auburn RS JR DE
200. LA Rams - Brandon Jones Texas SR S
201. Chicago (From Philadelphia) - Nick Kaltmayer Kansas State RS SR OT
202. Buffalo - Mohamed Barry Nebraska RS SR ILB
203. Buffalo (From New England) - Raequan Williams Michigan State RS SR DT
204. New Orleans - Jauan Jennings Tennessee RS SR WR
205. Minnesota-  Garrett Marino UAB SR DT
206. New England (From Houston)  - Chauncey Rivers Miss State RS SR DE
207. Jacksonville (From Seattle)  - John Houston USC RS SR LB
208. Baltimore - Trevis Gipson Tulsa RS SR OLB/DE
209. Tennessee - Josiah Deguara Cincinnati RS SR TE
210. Green Bay - Jashon Cornell Ohio State RS SR DT/DE
211. NY Jets (From Kansas City) - Kalija Lipscomb Vandy SR WR
212. San Francisco - Tanner Muse Clemson RS SR LB/S
*213. New England - Tony Jones Jr Notre Dame RS JR RB
*214. New England - Kamal Martin Minnesota SR OLB
*215. Seattle - Carlos Davis Nebraska RS SR DT

7th
216. Cincinnati - Michael Pinckney Miami FL SR OLB
217. Washington - DeeJay Dallas Miami FL JR RB
218. San Francisco (From Detroit) - Donell Stanley South Carolina RS SR OG/C
219. Green Bay (From NY Giants) - Anthony Gordon Washington State RS SR QB
220. Carolina - Terrence Steele Texas Tech RS SR OT
221. Minnesota (From Miami) -Braden Mann Texas A&M SR P
222. LA Chargers - Robert Landers Ohio State SR DT/DE
223. Arizona - Juwan Johnson Oregon RS SR WR 
224. Jacksonville - Elorm Lumor Rutgers JR DE
225. Cleveland - Salvon Ahmed Washington JR RB
226. Indianapolis – Rodney Smith Minnesota RS SR RB
227. Philadelphia (From Tampa Bay) - Scotty Washington Wake Forest RS SR WR
228. Washington (From Denver) - Marquez Callaway Tennessee SR WR
229. Atlanta - Christian Rozeboom South Dakota State SR ILB
230. Baltimore (From NY Jets) -James Robinson Illinois State SR RB
231. Raiders -  Derrek Tuszka NDSU SR DE
232. Chicago - Marquel Harrell Auburn RS SR OG
233. Dallas - Patrick Taylor Memphis SR RB
234. Pittsburgh  - Dalton Keene Virginia Tech JR TE
235. LA Rams - Charlie Woerner Georgia SR TE
236. Atlanta (From Philadelphia) - Brendon Hayes UCF RS SR DE
237. Cleveland (From Buffalo) - Ahmad Wagner Kentucky SR TE/WR
238. Denver (From New England) - Parnell Motley Oklahoma SR CB
239. NY Giants (From New Orleans) - Reggie Corbin Illinois RS SR RB
240. Minnesota-  Cody White Michigan State JR WR
241. Houston  - Jordyn Brooks Texas Tech SR OLB
242. Seattle  - Dallas Warmack Oregon RS SR OG
243. Green Bay (From Baltimore) - Josh Hammond Florida RS SR WR
244. Green Bay (From Tennessee) - Cheyenne O'Grady Arkansas RS SR TE
245. NY Giants (From Green Bay) - Tyler Clark Georgia SR DT
246. Miami (From Kansas City) - Lawrence Cager Georgia SR WR
247. San Francisco - Benito Jones Ole Miss SR DT
*248. NY Giants- Joe Reed Virginia SR WR
*249. Houston - David Dowell Michigan State RS SR S
*250. Houston - Tyler Huntley Utah SR QB
*251. Miami - Jalen McCleskey Tulane RS SR WR
*252. Denver – Willie Gay Jr Miss State JR ILB
*253. Minnesota - Christian Rector USC SR DE
*254. Minnesota - Khalil Tate Arizona SR QB
*255. Denver - Maurice French Pitt SR WR
*256. NY Giants - Matt Womack Alabama RS SR OT

(* = projected compensatory selection)

Edited by Ozzy

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Updated the 7 round mock draft ranking, a few players new to the list and a few players taken out.

 

 

Some new additions to the draft ranking:

*Jeremy Chinn SR S Southern Illinois: Physically he is crazy impressive, 6-3 safety that is well built and moved pretty solid in the field drills.  Going to have to watch him more, if he has legit coverage ability at that size he will be very interesting and no way gets out of the 2nd or 3rd round.


*Adam Trautman RS SR TE Dayton: I loved how he moved out there, physically well build and put together but has fine short space quickness and awesome hands.  Going to have to watch him more but is one of my favorite TEs now, such a natural pass catcher and should be gone 2nd round potentially.


*Kyle Dugger SR S Lenoir-Rhyne: Honestly he kind of disappointed with the hype he got, all the 4.3 talk he did, but did wow in the vertical and broad jump, he has big hands, long arms and physically looks impressive no doubt.  Ball skills seemed to be lacking at least in the field drills but kid looks solid, maybe he was not not comfortable on that stage could have hurt his performance a little who knows.  


*Jack Driscoll SR OT/OG Auburn: Loved how he moved laterally, big strong kid and ran well for his size, going to have to go back and watch him some more he can play and look great physically.  Could be a OG at the next level potentially, never was sold on him as a OT but he sure did move laterally well in the drills.


*Alex Taylor SR OT South Carolina State: Super long OT with a great wingspan, going to have to watch him more but he for sure looked like a OT who could be drafted.  Huge wingspan and I believe has the longest arms and biggest hands at the combine, also beat Becton in the 40 but is over 50 pounds lighter of course.


*Khalil Davis SR DE/DT Nebraska: Did have some impressive production this year and I am going to have to go back and watch him more.  He did amazing at the combine for a big dude and could be a fine 4/3 DT or potential 3/4 DE.  Made him some money no question and will for sure be drafted after his performance.  Always thought his twin brother was the better player, maybe not.  


*Alex Highsmith RS SR OLB/DE Charlotte:  Going to have to go back and watch him more but kid can motor and is very good in space.  Could be a fine 3/4 OLB with his mobility and athletic ability overall.  Good size and strength and could be a speeder come draft time.


*Matt Hennessy SR C Temple: Very agile and athletic center, good moving laterally and he did impress for sure.  In the right system he could do great things especially in a zone blocking scheme that uses a lot of motion.  


*Azur Kamara SR OLB Kansas: Physically he is impressive and just on that alone he could be drafted.  Looks the part, big long kid who is strong and well built, has a chance athletically no question.  


*Daniel Thomas SR S Auburn: Never really stood out to me during the season, but physically he put up some good numbers as a thick strong safety type no doubt.  Could be a hybrid LB/S but physically he performed at the combine and did well for himself.  


*Trishton Jackson RS JR WR Syracuse:  I like his motor as a receiver, good runner in the open field and has good drive to him.  Could be a decent mid to late round pick at receiver.  

 

 

 

Most impressive at the combine:

Overall Wirfs to me stood out the most in terms of how he looked physically, how he ran and just overall how rare his performance was.  Was a little disappointed by his bench but other than that kid looked great and his lower leg power is insane.  Then again not a huge surprise I thought he was going to do great at the combine and did, all the talk of him as a OG, sure he could do it but come on kid is an athlete and could be a great RT or LT.

Tristan Wirfs
Neville Gallimore
Jedrick Wills
Mekhi Becton
Jonathan Taylor
Antoine Winfield Jr
Willie Gay Jr 
Jordan Love
Justin Madubuike
Cam Akers
AJ Dillon
Denzel Mims
Chase Claypool
Tanner Muse
Isaiah Wilson
Brandon Aiyuk
Albert Okwuegbunam
Ezra Cleveland
Cesar Ruiz
Jabari Zuniga
Khaleke Hudson
Carter Coughlin
Jeff Okudah
CJ Henderson
Alton Robinson
Malcolm Roach
Josiah Scott
AJ Terrell
Josh Metellus

 

Isaiah Simmons was crazy impressive no doubt but wish he could have done the field drills but that would not have been fair, especially against all those linebackers.  

 

 

To those that love Javelin Guidry because of that 40 time, he is a track guy and watching Utah and that defense this year he rarely stood out honestly.  And when Blackmon was out of the game and or Johnson at CB they struggled big time and Guidry could not hang as the main cover corner.

 

 

 

Guys who disappointed:

Laviska Shenault Jr. - apparently was injured or got injured but clearly did not impressed in that run at all, and all this talk about being a great wildcat QB, these people watch Lynn Bowden?  Apparently not, that is a WR who can run as a wild cat QB, not freaking Shenault who was pretty fraile this year a times but hopefully he can get healthy and that was the reason why.

Trey Adams - athletically I thought he would look better than he did.  For sure is dropping after that showing.  


Justin Herbert - athletically he looked fine but throwing he did not impress.  His accuracy was so so and his overall touch seemed a little slow and measured.  Good kid but yeah his persona is questionable, not really a leader or super confident out there  


AJ Epenesa - athletically I thought he would have done much better in the 40, bench and vertical and show more explosive ability but did not, however on the field he plays fast as a rusher at least.  

Evan Weaver - not a huge surprise but yeah athletically he did not look the part.  Still not an awful time but this type of event is just not for him at all, still in the right system he could do just fine.  

Geno Stone - thought he would be more physical than that, did not work out that strong in the bench and did not do great in the field drills.  He is more a hitter though and hard to show that just running.  

Quinetz Cephus - that was a surprisingly bad time he ran, especially for a deep ball threat like him.  Maybe all that production was all the focus on the run game and not his speed.  Still he is a talented pass catcher but you take away his deep threat ability he is a different type player then.  See if he can improve on it, maybe it was just a bad run.  

 

 



 

 

 

 

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