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Seven Rounds - Final Mock Draft 2019

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Hey all, happy 2019 NFL Draft Eve!  Here is my final seven rounder of the year.  Comments appreciated!

First Round

1.    Arizona:  Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma – It’s getting down to the wire, but there’s been too many indicators that the Cardinals will settle on Kyler Murray on Thursday evening.

2.    San Francisco: Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio State – A dream scenario for the 49ers to have Bosa drop to them.  Quinnen Williams will make them pause and consider, though.

3.   New York Jets:  Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama – Gregg Williams and the Jets are really excited for Williams to fall and choose to select perhaps the best player in the draft, over the more pressing need at edge rusher.

4.   Oakland:  - Devin White, LB, LSU – With their prime target in Williams off the board, Mayock and company add a centrepiece to their defense.

5.   Tampa Bay: Josh Allen, Edge, Kentucky – The Buccaneers are shifting towards more an odd man front; Allen will be a key chess piece in making the move effective.

6.    New York Giants: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston - While he may not fit Dave Gettleman’s prototype for a defensive lineman, it’s just hard to see Oliver falling any further than this.

7.    Jacksonville: Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida: The Jaguars have to protect their new QB.  Taylor is an improving player who will immediately upgrade the right side of their line. 

8.    Detroit: Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan – The Lions continue to revamp their defensive line with the versatile and uber-talented Gary.   

9.    Buffalo: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama  - With the defensive line talent flying off the board, the Bills stick to their BPA philosophy and draft a potential 12 year starter for their offensive line.

10. Denver: Devon Bush, LB, Michigan -The speedy Bush is a riser who will continue to solidify the Bronco’s stout defense. 

11. Cincinnati: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State - The Bengals have a new young coach who wants to start fresh with his own QB.    

12.  Green Bay: Cody Ford, OL , Oklahoma - The Packers prioritize addressing the uncertainty on the right side of their offensive line.  Ford can start right away at right guard and move to right tackle to eventually replace Brian Baluga.

13. Miami: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson - Wilkins follows his former Clemson defensive line coach to Miami to start rebuilding the bare defensive line.

14. Atlanta: Brian Burns, Edge, Florida State - The Falcons add another pass rusher to offset Vic Beasley’s struggles.

15.  Washington: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri  - It’s between Jones and Lock here, and there’s a good chance the Giants jump ahead of Washington for Jones.

16.  Carolina: Clelin Ferrell, Edge, Clemson: The Panthers address a massive need at pass rusher.

17.  New York Giants (from Cleveland): Daniel Jones, QB, Duke - The Giants will zone in on Jones as Eli Manning’s eventual replacement.

18.  Minnesota: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State – Dream scenario for the Vikings to have Dillard drop to them.  He’s an ideal fit for their ZBS. 

19. Tennessee: TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa - There’s no more excuses for Marcus Mariota after this year.  Hockenson will be very enticing to Mike Vrabel.

20. Pittsburgh: DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss - The semi-slide ends for Metcalf, immediately forecasting continuity to the Steelers dangerous pass game.

21.  Seattle:  Montez Sweat, Edge. Mississippi State – Sweat’s draft day slide ends at Seattle who love their athletes, need a replacement for Frank Clark and have never been afraid of making riskier draft selections.  

22. Baltimore:  Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma – Brown is the perfect weapon for Lamar Jackson and the dynamic new Baltimore offense. 

23. Houston: Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas State - Risner is going to bring some toughness to the line that must find a way to protect their young quarterback.

24. Oakland (from Chicago): Byron Murphy, CB, Washington – Mike Mayock knows how to scout secondary players. The Raiders make great value pick at a position of need.

25. Philadelphia: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama – The Eagles need a bell cow running back to keep up with the Joneses in the NFL East, and get the best in the class.

26.  Indianapolis: AJ Brown, WR, Mississippi - Brown is the perfect compliment to T.Y. Hilton and should be favourite target of Andrew Luck’s immediately.      

27.  Oakland (from Dallas):  Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware – The Raiders continue to revamp their secondary.  They took a liking to Adderly at the Senior Bowl.

28.  Los Angeles Chargers: Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame - Tillery is a freakish talent who will provide the Chargers with yet another disruptive defensive lineman to add to their formidable front.

29.  Seattle (from Kansas City): Greedy Williams, CB, LSU –Leave it to Seattle to teach Greedy Williams how to use his unique physical traits in their press coverage scheme.

30.  Green Bay (from New Orleans): Noah Fant, TE, Iowa - Fant’s speed has nothing on the Packer’s front office sprinting to the podium if he’s on the board.

31.  Los Angeles Rams: Garrett Bradbury, IOL, North Carolina – The Rams have a serious need on their IOL.  Bradbury is a perfect fit for their zone based scheme and gives them options at left guard and centre.

32.  New England: Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson – The hoodie still emphasizes stopping the run, and loves his big ol’ nose tackles.  Lawrence is a phenomenal athlete for his size as well.

2nd Round

33.   Arizona – Chris Lindstrom, IOL, Boston College

34. Indianapolis (from New York Jets) - Jeffrey Simmons, DT, Mississippi State

35.  Oakland - Jachai Polite, Edge, Florida     

36. San Francisco – Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

37. New York Giants – Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State 

38. Jacksonville - N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State  

39. Tampa Bay – Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia 

40. Buffalo – Chase Winovich, Edge, Michigan 

41. Denver – Erik McCoy, IOL, Texas A&M   

42. Cincinnati – Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington   

43. Detroit – Sean Bunting, CB, Central Michigan

44. Green Bay- Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida

45. Atlanta – Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State

46. Washington- Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State 

47. Carolina- Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss  

48. Miami – L.J. Collier, Edge, TCU

49. Cleveland – Jonathan Abram, S, Mississippi State

50. Minnesota - Charles Omenihu, DL, Texas 

51. Tennessee – Michael Deiter, IOL, Wisconsin   

52. Pittsburgh - Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

53.  Philadelphia (from Baltimore)- Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State  

54. Houston (from Seattle) – Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame

55.  Houston- Darnell Savage, S, Maryland  

56. New England (from Chicago) – Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota   

57.Philadelphia  - Ben Banogu, Edge, TCU 

58. Dallas - Irv Smith, TE, Alabama    

59. Indianapolis - Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State

60.  LA Chargers - Will Grier, QB, West Virginia    

61. Kansas City- Juan Thornhll, S, Virginia 

62. New Orleans - Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri

63. Kansas City (from LAR) - Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky   

64. New England - Zack Allen, Edge, Boston College    

3rd Round

65           Arizona- Andy Isabella, WR, UMass  

66           Pittsburgh (from Oakland)   - Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama   

67           San Francisco - Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson

68           NY Jets- Jaylon Ferguson, Edge, Louisiana Tech  

69           Jacksonville – Dawson Knox, TE, Mississippi   

70           Tampa Bay- Yodney Cajuste, OT, West Virginia 

71           NY Giants (Forfeited Supp Draft)

72           Denver – Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston    

73           Cincinnati- Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M  

74           Buffalo – JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford 

75           New England (from Detroit)- Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State

76           Green Bay  – Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State 

77           Washington- Elgton Jenkins, IOL, Mississippi State

78           Carolina- Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

79           Miami - JoeJuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt     

80           Atlanta- Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State  

81           Cleveland - David Long, CB, Michigan  

82           Minnesota- Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State  

83           Tennessee- Joe Jackson, Edge, Miami   

84           Pittsburgh- Oshame Ximines, Edge, Old Dominion    

85           Kansas City (from Seattle) - Nate Davis, IOL, Charlotte

86           Baltimore- Bobby Okereke, LB, Stanford

87           Houston- Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State

88           Chicago- Amani Hooker, S, Iowa 

89           Detroit (from Phi)- Dru Samia , IOL, Oklahoma  

90           Indianapolis – Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia    

91           Dallas- Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

92           LA Chargers- David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin  

93          Seattle (from Kansas City)  – Justin Hollins, LB, Oregon  

94           NY Jets (from NO) – Connor McGovern, IOL, Penn State 

95           Jacksonville (from LAR)- De’Andre Walker, Edge, Georgia 

96          NY Giants (from Cleveland/New England) - Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma 

97.       Washington - Christian Miller, Edge, Alabama    

98.       New England - Jared Stidham, QB, Auburn

99.       LA Rams- Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis

100.     Jacksonville (from LA Rams)  –  Taylor Rapp, S, Washington  

101.      Carolina-  Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo

102.     New England - Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame 

103.     Baltimore- Maxx Crosby, Edge, Eastern Michigan   

4th Round

104         Arizona- Anthony Nelson, DL, Iowa

105       San Francisco- Marquis Blair, S, Utah

106          NY Jets- Diontae Johnson, WR, Toledo      

107         Oakland- Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State 

108         Tampa Bay – Ben Powers, IOL, Oklahoma

109         NY Giants- Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn

110         Jacksonville- David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State    

111         Cincinnati- Germaine Pratt, LB, North Carolina

112         Buffalo  - Khalen Saunders, DL, Western Illinois 

113         Detroit – David Long Jr, LB, West Virginia

114        Baltimore (from Denver) – Darius Slayton, WR, Auburn 

115         Green Bay – Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern   

116         Carolina – Kris Boyd, CB, Texas 

117         Miami- Dennis Daley, OT, South Carolina

118         Atlanta- Max Sharping, OT, Northern Illinois  

119         Green Bay (from Washington) – Trysten Hill, DL, Central Florida

120         Cleveland – Chima Udoga, OT, USC

121         Minnesota- Damien Harris, RB, Alabama    

122         Tennessee - Michael Jackson, CB, Miami

123         Pittsburgh – Devin Singletary, RB, Florida Atlantic  

124         Baltimore-  Michael Jordan, IOL, Ohio State

125        Seattle – Gerald Willis, DT, Miami 

126         Denver (from Houston)- Renell Wren, DT, Arizona St  

127       Chicago- Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M

128         Philadelphia – Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida

 129       Dallas - Dylon Mack, DT, Texas A&M

130         Indianapolis- Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford

131         Buffalo (from Kansas City) – Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State

132        LA Chargers -   Te’von Coney, LB, Notre Dame    

133        New York Giants (from New Orleans) – Foster Moreau, TE, LSU

134         LA Rams- David Long Jr, LB, West Virginia

 135      New England - Daniel Wise, DL, Kansas

136      Indianapolis – Dru Tranquill, LB, Notre Dame

137      Dallas - Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami 

138      Atlanta –   Lamont Gaillard, IOL, Georgia 

139      Philadelphia - Jordan Brown, CB, South Dakota State

140      New York Giants  – Will Harris, S, Boston College   

5th Round

141         Arizona- Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame 

142         NY Jets – Chris Westry, CB, Kentucky

143        Oakland -   Iosua Opeta, IOL, Weber State

144        NY Giants (from SF) – Jalen Jelks, Edge, Oregon

145         NY Giants - Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma 

146        Cleveland (from Jacksonville) – Ben Burr-Kirven, LB, Washington

147        Buffalo – Drew Sample, TE, Washington  

148         Detroit- Dax Raymond, TE, Utah

149         Tampa Bay - Kingsley Keke, DL, Texas A&M

150        Denver- Marvell Tell, S, USC   

151         Cincinnati - Mark Fields, CB, Clemson

152        Green Bay – Shareef Miller, Edge, Penn State

153       Miami – Sheldrick Redwine, S, Miami

154         Atlanta- Ryquell Armstead, RB, Temple

155         Washington- Sione Takitaki, LB, BYU

156         Carolina – Dexter Williams, RB, Notre Dame   

157         Cleveland- Armon Watts, DT, Arkansas

158        Buffalo (from PIT) – Jazz Ferguson, WR, Northwestern

159         Tennessee – Isaiah Buggs, DT, Alabama

160         Denver (from Minnesota)-  Jacobi Meyers, WR NC State 

161         Seattle – Gary Jennings, WR, Virginia

162         Baltimore – Jaylen Hurd, WR, Baylor

163         Houston - Ross Pierschbacher, IOL, Alabama

164         Chicago – Jordan Brailford, Edge, Oklahoma State 

165         Philadelphia – Zedrick Woods, S, Mississippi

166         Indianapolis - Austin Bryant, Edge, Clemson 

167         Dallas – Devine Ozigbo, RB, Nesbraska 

168         LA Chargers - Demarcus Lodge, WR, Ole Miss  

169        New Orleans- Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio State 

170     Kansas City – Gary Johnson, LB, Texas  

171       LA Rams- Sutton Smith, Edge, Northern Illinois  

172       Cleveland (From New England) – Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA

173      New York Giants – Emeke Egbule, LB, Houston

174      Atlanta - Dontavius Russell, DT, Auburn

175      Washington – Saivion Smith, CB, Alabama

176      New England – Eli Udoh, OT, Elon

6th Round

177        Arizona – Paul Adams, OT, Missouri 

178         Pittsburgh (from Oakland) – John Cominsky, DL, Charleston   

179         San Francisco – Keesean Johnson, WR, Fresno State

180        New Orleans (from New York Jets) – Alexander Mattison, RB, Boise State

181         Buffalo  - Ronheen Bingham, LB  Arkansas State

182       Tampa Bay – Tre Watson, LB, Maryland

183         NY Giants – Jimmy Moreland, CB, James Madison

184         Jacksonville – Drew Forbes, IOL, Southeast Missouri

185         Denver – Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia     

186         Cincinnati – Ryan Finley, QB, NC State 

187         Detroit – Keelan Doss, WR, UC Davis

188         Green Bay – Beau Benzschawel, IOL, Wisconsin

189       Atlanta- David Sills, WR, West Virginia  

190         Washington (Forfeited)

191        Carolina – Chase Hansen, LB, Utah

192       Tennessee (from Miami) - Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State  

193        Cleveland- Evan Worthington, S, Colorado

194         Minnesota - Terrill Hanks, LB, New Mexico State

195        Baltimore (from Tennessee) – Brett Rypien, QB, Boise State

196        Pittsburgh- Nick Scott, S, Penn State

197         Baltimore - Corey Ballentine, CB, Washburn

198        Green Bay (from Seattle) – Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan

199        Houston - Bryan Cowart, DL, Maryland

200         Oakland (from Chicago) – Stanley Morgan Jr, WR, Nebraska

201         Philadelphia – Cortez Broughton, DT, Cincinnati

202        Dallas- Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson

203         Indianapolis – Cole Tracey, K, LSU 

204         LA Chargers – Bryce Love, RB, Stanford

205       Kansas City – Alex Bars, IOL, Notre Dame    

206        New Orleans – Jahlani Tavai, LB, Hawaii 

207        LA Rams – Greg Gaines, DT, Washington

208      Detroit (from New England) - Hamp Cheevers, CB, Boston College

209      Washington – Khari Willis, S, Michigan State

210      Arizona – Darwin Thompson, RB, Utah State

211.     Philadelphia – Tyron Johnson, WR, Oklahoma State 

212      Minnesota - Bunchy Stallings, IOL, Kentucky

213      Cincinnati - Wyatt Ray, Edge, Boston College

214      Philadelphia - Mitch Hyatt, IOL, Clemson

215      Cincinnati - Alex Wesley, WR, Northern Colorado  

216      San Francisco – Chris Slayton, DT, Syracuse 

217      Cincinnati – Brandon Hitner, OT, Villanova 

218      Kansas City – Alex Barnes, RB, Kansas State

7th Round

219        Tampa Bay (from Arizona) - – Bennie Snell, RB, Kentucky  

220      Kansas City  (from San Francisco) – Malik Carney, Edge, North Carolina

221         NY Jets - Tyler Roemer, OT, San Diego State

222        Oakland - Ryan Connelly, LB, Wisconsin

223        Pittsburgh (From Tampa Bay)  - Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State

224       Houston (from NY Giants)- Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo

225      Buffalo- Mitch Wishnowski, P, Utah

226       Cleveland (from Jacksonville)   - Travis Homer, RB, Miami

227       Chicago (from Denver) - Xavien Crawford, CB, Central Michigan

228       Buffalo (from Carolina) – Montre Hartage, CB, Northwestern

229         Cincinnati - Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia

230         Detroit - Penny Hart, WR, Georgia State      

231       Green Bay- Uylesses Gilbert III, LB, Akron  

232         Washington – Donald Parham, TE, Stetson 

233        Detroit (from  Miami ) – D’cota Dixon, S, Wisconsin

234         Atlanta- Cole Holcomb, LB, North Carolina

235         New Orleans (from Cleveland) – Alec Ingold, FB, Wisconsin

236         New York Giants (from Minnesota) – Martez Ivey, IOL, Florida 

237         Miami (from Tennessee) – Phil Haynes, IOL, Wake Forest 

238         Miami (from Pittsburgh)– Antoine Wesley, WR, Texas Tech

239         Oakland (from Seattle) – Preston Williams, WR, Colorado State St

240         Jacksonville (from Baltimore)  - Jordan Miller, CB, Washington  

241         Denver (from Houston) - Trevon Wesco, FB, West Virginia

242         Chicago – Matt Gay, K, Utah

243         New England (from Philadelphia) – Cody Thompson, WR, Toledo 

244         Indianapolis – Darius West, S, Kentucky

245         Dallas – Michael Dogbe, DL, Temple

246         LA Chargers -  Kadar Holl’man, CB, Toledo

247        New England (from Kansas City)  Albert Huggins, DT, Clemson     

248         New Orleans – Nick Linder, IOL, Indiana

249        New York Giants (from LA Rams) – Ugo Amadi, S, Oregon

250        New England- James Williams, RB, Washington State

251      Minnesota – Ryan Pope, OT, San Diego State 

252      Arizona - Stephen Denmark, CB, Valdosta State

253      Arizona- Demarcus Christmas, DL, Florida State

254      New England –  TJ Edwards, LB, Wisconsin 

255      LA Rams – Porter Gustin, Edge, USC 

256      New England – Saquan Hampton, S, Rutgers

 

 


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11 minutes ago, mr fluffles said:

25. Philadelphia: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama – The Eagles need a bell cow running back to keep up with the Joneses in the NFL East, and get the best in the class.

Gross

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1 hour ago, mr fluffles said:

12.  Green Bay: Cody Ford, OL , Oklahoma - The Packers prioritize addressing the uncertainty on the right side of their offensive line.  Ford can start right away at right guard and move to right tackle to eventually replace Brian Baluga.

Cody Ford doesn't fit the mold of the OL the Packers have historically liked, and probably doesn't fit LaFleur's blocking scheme either.  If they're taking an OL, it's going to be Andre Dillard.  IF they don't take Dillard, it's probably going to be one of the EDGE here.

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30.  Green Bay (from New Orleans): Noah Fant, TE, Iowa - Fant’s speed has nothing on the Packer’s front office sprinting to the podium if he’s on the board.

Solid pick, but it's unlikely.  Ever since Ted Thompson took over, the Packers have only taken 2 non-premium positions in the first round (AJ Hawk and HHCD).  Jeffery Simmons would be tempting here.

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44. Green Bay- Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida

Good pick here.

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76           Green Bay  – Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State 

Solid pick here, although unspectacular.

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115         Green Bay – Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern  

Too early to take a developmental QB, especially one that hasn't played very well.  I'd rather grab Max Sharping here instead.

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119         Green Bay (from Washington) – Trysten Hill, DL, Central Florida

Probably the range we're looking at grabbing a TE here.  Maybe Foster Moreau.

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Good draft for Denver 

I’d be torn between Bush, Haskins, or Hockenson but I’d take any of the three. Like McCoy in the second fills a big need. In the third I would go David Long at Corner instead of Isaiah Johnson. Johnson’s RAS is otherworldly but I don’t think he ends up being a good player. In the fourth Wren is worth the gamble for our Defensive coaches to see if they can get a Malik Jackson type player out of him. Really like the Marvell Tell pick and I would go Caleb Wilson with that second fifth and see if he can become something in Scangarello’s offense. In the sixth I’d go Finley. I see Denver taking a late round developmental QB if they don’t take one early. And Finley will probably go higher than this. And in the 7th Cody Thompson at WR. 

So

1.10- Devin Bush LB UM

2.41- Erik McCoy C TAMU

3.71- David Long CB UM

4.126- Renell Wren 5T ASU 

5.150- Marvell Tell S USC 

5.160- Caleb Wilson TE UCLA

6.185- Ryan Finley QB NC State

7.241- Cody Thompson WR Toledo

 

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There are certainly things I'd do differently, yet the initial selections of Bosa-Samuel-Mullen-Blair would still make me happy. 

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I would prefer the Colts take Tillery at #26 AJ Brown at #34 but I can’t say I hate this draft.

The only pick I don’t like is taking Hardman. Not because I don’t like the player but we have good depth at WR we just need one top end talent to put next to Hilton . 

Otherwise good Colts draft 

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Would be thrilled for Hockenson to fall to 19.  Not sure about the rest of the Titans picks though.  The positions makes sense, but Round 2 seems really early for Deiter, and I doubt they'd wait til the third and fifth rounds to fill the biggest holes in the roster.

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Great draft for the Browns IMO only thing I would change is I think they should grab a kicker in round 6 or 7

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Did I miss a Vikings comp pick in round seven, I only saw one of them.

That said, good Vikings picks. I'd be pleased with that draft.

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On 4/24/2019 at 11:20 AM, CWood21 said:

Cody Ford doesn't fit the mold of the OL the Packers have historically liked, and probably doesn't fit LaFleur's blocking scheme either.  If they're taking an OL, it's going to be Andre Dillard.  IF they don't take Dillard, it's probably going to be one of the EDGE here.

Thank you. I've been consistently giving the Packers Jonah at this pick, but it seems as though he's a top ten lock again.  Kind of panicked and chose Ford, but yes Dillard would make more sense.

 

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On ‎4‎/‎24‎/‎2019 at 9:44 AM, mr fluffles said:

134         LA Rams- David Long Jr, LB, West Virginia

 

On ‎4‎/‎24‎/‎2019 at 9:44 AM, mr fluffles said:

113         Detroit – David Long Jr, LB, West Virginia

I don't think the Lions will cut him that fast.

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1 hour ago, mr fluffles said:

Thank you. I've been consistently giving the Packers Jonah at this pick, but it seems as though he's a top ten lock again.  Kind of panicked and chose Ford, but yes Dillard would make more sense.

Jonah is far more likely the pick, but Jacksonville at 7 and Buffalo at 9 both seem likely to take him before the Packers have the opportunity to do so.

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On 4/24/2019 at 9:44 AM, mr fluffles said:

1st Round
13. Miami: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson - Wilkins follows his former Clemson defensive line coach to Miami to start rebuilding the bare defensive line. :D

2nd Round
48. Miami – L.J. Collier, Edge, TCU  :D

3rd Round 
79. Miami - JoeJuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt     o.O
((94. NY Jets (from NO) - Connor McGovern, IOL, Penn State))      :D

4th Round
117         Miami- Dennis Daley, OT, South Carolina ¬¬
((128         Philadelphia – Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida)) :D

5th Round
153       Miami – Sheldrick Redwine, S, Miami :D

 

1st round: no issue with that or what I believe to most likely be Ferrell, actually (I know they love Wilkins).... They need DE's because we lost 3 starter or start-capable DE's this offseason (Wake, Quinn, Branch). But, I have no issues with Wilkins pick! :) But, we need a DE.... Oh wait, look at round 2! :)
2nd round: accommodates the DE selection if we take Wilkins, works for me! Great picks for rounds 1 & 2! They also may go early with O.Ximines/they showed interest in him. was fodder?
5th round: I like that idea as well. Staying local with Redwine. The future of Rashad Jones is up in the air, even as soon as this June. But, I would guess next year, if we're being honest. Solid pick here too!

Here's a few changes....

3rd round: How about Connor McGovern instead? We need line help on DL and the OL. Lost a starting RT and no obvious legit OG, we can look to work on that slot. McGovern might be a better fit for BPA and need. based on where your draft is at this time. (bummed that Elgton Jenkins went just a few picks before or I would've thought that would be a better selection).
4th round: I would take Vosean Joseph instead of Daley. MIA has done some research on him and like him, possible future replacement for Kiko Alonso.

Another thought -- At some point, I would guess they are going to draft a QB to develop. my guess is in the area of Round 4, so they can address a lot of the DL and OL needs.

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Here is what I see in terms of who you have being drafted and in terms of where they are drafted.

 

17.  New York Giants (from Cleveland): Daniel Jones, QB, Duke - I like Jones but this talk of him being this high is a little much, is more a late 1st early 2nd rounder, but at least they did not take him with their first round 1 pick I suppose

 

18.  Minnesota: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State –   If they do this then what do they do with Reiff and O'Neill, that is the big question?  What just sit them or sit Dillard, I bet they draft a OL who can play OG or OT and I do not feel Dillard could do both but is a good player no doubt

 

21.  Seattle:  Montez Sweat, Edge. Mississippi State –  They would love it if it happens, not sure he falls this far though

 

 

29.  Seattle (from Kansas City): Greedy Williams, CB, LSU – Greedy is getting a bad rap lately, sure he is not a great tackler but his coverage is so good and he is so fast and so long he is well worth a higher draft pick.  Would fit nicely here though, Greedy can play and to me teaching tackling is easier than teaching coverage, he has rare coverage skills and ball skills

 

 

35.  Oakland - Jachai Polite, Edge, Florida     Reach for him, after such a crap combine and poor workouts.  He is obviously not as athletic as most thought he was and his character and attitude I question as well

 

47. Carolina- Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss  Would be a steal and a half if this happens, someone has a potential starter for years with him[/b

 

56. New England (from Chicago) – Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota   I agree he is rising, gives great effort has good speed and fits the NFL of today well

 

64. New England - Zack Allen, Edge, Boston College    Would be a sin if he falls this far, kid can play and is an elite DE talent

 

65           Arizona- Andy Isabella, WR, UMass  Should be a 2nd round pick, kid is a burner and could be hell to cover in the slot

 

69           Jacksonville – Dawson Knox, TE, Mississippi   No thank you getting a TE who has proven little and was barely productive in college in a very pass happy system.  Sure he is a decent athlete but his lack of great production scares me

 

100.     Jacksonville (from LA Rams)  –  Taylor Rapp, S, Washington  Fall this far because of a bad 40?  If he ran a faster 40 no way he falls this far. Kid is a damn good football player and could start in the league for awhile

 

160         Denver (from Minnesota)-  Jacobi Meyers, WR NC State This seems a little high for him to be honest

 

170     Kansas City – Gary Johnson, LB, Texas  Linebacker with his speed fall this far, I doubt it

 

171       LA Rams- Sutton Smith, Edge, Northern Illinois   He is a better player than this, but would be a great fit.  Kid is a terror on the edge and gives absolute effort, not to mention impressed at the combine I feel

 

186         Cincinnati – Ryan Finley, QB, NC State Kid is worth a 2nd and worst a 3rd round pick, he has pro potential and already has a pro mindset as a QB

 

191        Carolina – Chase Hansen, LB, Utah What makes him fall this far?  Injuries maybe but kid is a safety convert at LB with obvious pass coverage skills for a linebacker, could be a great fit in the NFL if he could stay healthy

 

196        Pittsburgh- Nick Scott, S, Penn State I doubt he is a drafted player to be honest

 

211.     Philadelphia – Tyron Johnson, WR, Oklahoma State With this blazing 40 time I guess he is drafted higher than this, had a sub par career in college but is quick as can be and runs good routes I feel

 

219        Tampa Bay (from Arizona) - – Bennie Snell, RB, Kentucky  Why would he drop this far?  Kid is a tank and literally carried the UK football team the past two seasons, great leader and plays with great passion for the game.  No way he is a 7th round pick, sure might fall to the middle rounds because of a slow 40 but kid is tough and gets hard yards as good as any back in the draft

 

234         Atlanta- Cole Holcomb, LB, North Carolina Would be very surprised to see him drafted

 

236         New York Giants (from Minnesota) – Martez Ivey, IOL, Florida Why would he be drafted this late?  He gets a bad rap and as a pure OG I think he could be good, sure at tackle struggles at times but as a guard could be more than solid I feel in the NFL and had a decent career at Florida

 

238         Miami (from Pittsburgh)– Antoine Wesley, WR, Texas Tech Is a little risk and did not do great in the 40 but at times looked awesome this past year even with poor QB play, has big time upside

 

241         Denver (from Houston) - Trevon Wesco, FB, West Virginia I like him a lot but not sure he will be draft, fine HB potentially though

 

 

254      New England –  TJ Edwards, LB, Wisconsin I think he could drop yes but I doubt this far but maybe in todays NFL

 

255      LA Rams – Porter Gustin, Edge, USC What makes him fall this far?  Kid is a good athlete and has been productive for more than a few years, has a injury history but his 3/4 OLB ability makes him a higher pick than this I feel

 

 

 

A few solid prospects I thought you left out, did not include them all though.  Have you see all of these players play or are you just going off of positions and lists other people have made?

 

Iman Marshall CB USC 2nd-4th rounder

Myles Gaskins RB Washington 3rd-4th rounder

Andrew Wingard S Wyoming 3rd-5th rounder

Y Nijman OT/OG Virginia Tech 3rd-5th rounder

T. Sweeney TE Boston College 3rd-4th rounder

Gardner Minshew QB Washington State 3rd-5th rounder

Greg Dortch WR Wake Forest 3rd-5th rounder

Nate Herbig OG Stanford 3rd-5th rounder

Darrin Hall RB Pitt 4th -6th rounder

Andrew Van Ginkel OLB Wisconsin 4th-6th rounder

Mike Edwards S Kentucky 4th-6th rounder

 

etc...  There are more but these are the main ones I saw not included

 

 

Edited by Ozzy

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