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20 minutes ago, Oregon Ducks said:

Penei Sewell:

“"If he were draft-eligible this year, he'd most certainly be a top-five lock. Sewell is the only offensive lineman to produce a PFF pass-blocking and run-blocking grade above 90.0 and one of the best players returning to college football, regardless of position.”

Yeah he will be up there next year. Probably Lawrence and Fields and then him obviously depending on who picks where. 

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21 minutes ago, Oregon Ducks said:

Penei Sewell:

“"If he were draft-eligible this year, he'd most certainly be a top-five lock. Sewell is the only offensive lineman to produce a PFF pass-blocking and run-blocking grade above 90.0 and one of the best players returning to college football, regardless of position.”

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Anyone paying attention knows that, by the way next year I have five Oregon Ducks in my top 64.  

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how's the 2021 QB class looking like outside of Trevor? potential to be a good class?

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48 minutes ago, August4th said:

how's the 2021 QB class looking like outside of Trevor? potential to be a good class?

Trevor is obviously a stud prospect.

Justin Fields looks like a really nice prospect with an extremely high athletic ceiling. He did an amazing job of protecting the football this past year and finished like second in Heisman voting.

Jamie Newman turned heads as a legit pro prospect this year, and definitely could have been a riser during the draft process to get drafted on Day 2, or even surprise many and go on Day 1 like Daniel Jones or Josh Allen have in the past. He went to Georgia, and he's really going to turn himself into a first-round prospect if he can continue to develop. He'll immediately be able to help his stock by taking the athletic training wheels off the Georgia offense, similar to what Dwayne Haskins did after JT Barrett's Ohio State career.

Kellen Mond has a good shot at being the SEC's top QB this year. He has really grown and developed under Jimbo Fisher, and if that continues, I could see him being a late first-rounder. His accuracy is occasionally scatter-shot, but the missed throw numbers have dropped each year and there's no reason to think that won't continue. He really wowed me at times this year, and I think he stands a good shot at turning into a Dak Prescott-type QB for the NFL.

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Gonna rename this thread to 2021 and beyond

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Tyler Linderbaum OC for Iowa will be a RS Sophmore next year. Will be able to declare after next year. Next year will be his 2nd year playing Center. He's super good. You'll pickup on it if you watch Wirfs tape in the next couple months

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I think Justyn Ross is gonna be better than Tee Higgins. 
 

Miami TE Brevin Jordan is a superstar. Think Jordan Reed in his prime. 

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https://247sports.com/college/penn-state/Article/NFL-Draft-Combine-Yetur-Gross-Matos-talks-Jayson-Oweh-Penn-State-defensive-end-144370190/

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Gross-Matos is expected to impress during athletic testing in Indianapolis, where he has an opportunity to solidify himself among the premier edge rusher prospects. He pointed to Jayson Oweh — a redshirt sophomore competing to replace him in the Nittany Lions' starting lineup — as someone who could eventually create a spectacle for NFL scouts.

"I think I'm pretty fast," Gross-Matos told Chase Goodbread of NFL.com. "I ran against him and I got smoked."

 

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I think Ray Ray Jones is going to be a top 10 pick, he has mad skills and is only getting better. Oh and don’t leave out Bobby Boucher, he’s a sleeper but definitely had the fight in him.

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