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I don't predict trades, so let's get started right away.


ROUND 1           Jerry Tillery  DL  Notre Dame

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Well he is a disruptive force and a big, lengthy prospect, with great quickness off the snap. Has strength, but also knows how to avoid blockers with his use of hands, while he performs his moves. He might be opposite of Darnold in Wade's scheme, but either way, he has ability not only to rush the passer, but is a pretty good run defender as well. One thing is for sure though, he's not wearing 99 on our team LOL :D 



ROUND 3a                James Williams RB Washington State

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This guy is very explosive, has great ability to catch the ball out of the back field. Very solid when in space, with very little concerns when it comes to ball security. He was able to absorb hits and stayed on his feet. All in all, very good receiving back, to spell Gurly on third down.


ROUND 3b            Joe Giles-Harris LB Duke

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Very good linebacker, with great fundamentals. He has very good recognition skills and is a secure tackler. Could be a very good ILB in Wade's scheme. Very low risk kind of prospect, who might become a great starter.


ROUND 4:            Mark Fields CB Clemson

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This corner has a lot of potential, but is limited to nickel setups. Has good speed and is able to stay with receivers, also is a sound finisher. Had some off the field issues, but if handled correctly, he could be a steal. If not, not a big risk in this round, can easily be cut. 


ROUND 5:          Ryan Davis WR Auburn

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This receiver has speed, agility, most of all, soft hands. He was versatile at Auburn, as a back and returner. Sort of a swiss army knife on offense and special teams. Good prospect for this round. Great value potentially as a gadget play guy.


ROUND 6:      Mitch Hyatt OL Clemson

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He is a tackle who has great understanding of the game, but lacks athleticism. He might be a good depth for our O line, but can also be a good starter if moved inside. Not a great risk in this round.


ROUND 7:           Johnnie Dixon WR Ohio State

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Young man is a fast and versatile player. Can contribute as a special team player, but also in the slot. More of a depth pick.



So that would be it for this year. Don't be shy and share your opinions. Take care.




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Nice mock thanks for the effort. Imo too many wr, I could see one who can return kicks but I think it’s more likely the RB we add can do that instead. 

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