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Who is YOUR guy for 2020 Draft

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My Young and Harris names weren't necessarily for the Browns, more guys I think are great prospects.  So, since I see us at least picking in the 20s, if this thread is for us and our needs, I'll go Biadasz.  With Tretter likely gone next year, it's a need, and he's a great interior OL.  I'm not sure he is there when we pick, as I think he's gone by pick 20 likely, but a lot can happen, and a trade up is always possible. 

 

 

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Mike Danna Pass Rush Extraordinaire

and

OT Alaric Jackson, Iowa

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I'm not sold that Sheldon Richardson is anything more than a rental at this point, so my early bandwagon is for this guy...

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Alabama DL Raekwon Davis

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My Stand on the Table Guys for 2020:

Tier I.

1.) Shaquille Quarterman, LB Miami

2a.) C.J. Henderson, CB/NCB/FS Florida

2b.) Bryce Hall, CB Virginia

4.) Henry Ruggs III, WR Alabama

5.) Isaiah Simmons, FS/OLB/SS/NDB Clemson

6.) Trajan Bandy, NCB/CB Miami

7.) Tyler Biadasz, OC Wisconsin

Tier II.

8.) Alex Leatherwood, OG/RT Alabama

9.) Derrick Brown, NT Auburn

10.) Michael Pinckney, LB Miami

11.) Brenton Nelson, DB Virginia

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@BleedTheClock

What do you think of Jonathan Garvin? Does he make the jump in development and become one of those 1st or 2nd round consistent ability guys?

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@Mind Character I remember you being big on Raekwon Davis prior to this past season. I could be wrong, but I think you had him as your top defensive tackle. I’m assuming his junior film changed your mind?

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Vernon will be gone next year.

 

My goal for next year is D-line early and loading up on o-line.

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50 minutes ago, NateDawg said:

@Mind Character I remember you being big on Raekwon Davis prior to this past season. I could be wrong, but I think you had him as your top defensive tackle. I’m assuming his junior film changed your mind?

What changed is my opinion of his scheme fit with the benefit of watching another year's worth of film. I used to argue that he could be an ultra lengthy 3-tech, but now I see him as a 34, 5-tech as many did last year when I didn't. Not all 5-techs are created equal but I see him as a perfect fit for Mike Vrabel and co. in their 34 scheme as a DE with the traits they covet..

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15 minutes ago, candyman93 said:

Vernon will be gone next year.

 

My goal for next year is D-line early and loading up on o-line.

I think Vernon will be here for 2 years if he plays well.

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2 hours ago, Mind Character said:

@BleedTheClock

What do you think of Jonathan Garvin? Does he make the jump in development and become one of those 1st or 2nd round consistent ability guys?

Meh...honestly don’t get the hype. I wouldn’t take him in the first 2 rounds. He’s like my 5th favorite Miami DL prospect in the last 3 years.

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2 hours ago, NateDawg said:

@Mind Character I remember you being big on Raekwon Davis prior to this past season. I could be wrong, but I think you had him as your top defensive tackle. I’m assuming his junior film changed your mind?

He didn’t even struggle last year. His shock and awe plays dropped, but Davis was consistently blowing up OL and eating blocks—his job in Saban’s 3-4. DaShawn Hand had almost no production in a similar role at Bama and was excellent as a rookie for DET as a rookie playing 3-tech. 

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2 hours ago, BleedTheClock said:

He didn’t even struggle last year. His shock and awe plays dropped, but Davis was consistently blowing up OL and eating blocks—his job in Saban’s 3-4. DaShawn Hand had almost no production in a similar role at Bama and was excellent as a rookie for DET as a rookie playing 3-tech. 

Da'Ron Payne as well with no box-score production as well but stepped into the league and played at a pro-bowl level. I agree... those that think Davis fell off pr is finished b/c of boxscore production diminishing will miss out on what he does well. Even still, I don't see him as 3-tech like I used to.

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2 hours ago, BleedTheClock said:

Meh...honestly don’t get the hype. I wouldn’t take him in the first 2 rounds. He’s like my 5th favorite Miami DL prospect in the last 3 years.

His arm length and measurables will likely get him overrdrafted. He flashed occasionally when I was watching others, but the plays were few and far between. He plays sluggish and without competitive fire most of the time. I do think he'll be a lot of people's late riser at least in the draftnik community b/c he might get a little crazy at the combine

 

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On 4/29/2019 at 12:09 AM, BleedTheClock said:

Tyler Biadasz C Wisconsin--The best OL in college football in my opinion. He would have been my OL #1 had he declared early. Run blocking monster with great movement skills.


Albert Okwuegbunam TE Missouri--Just a really good receiving TE. Has a frame that would suggest he can block in-line eventually.


Chase Young DE Ohio State--Probably will be long gone. He's my DE #1 next year. Great length, speed, and pursuit. Potential is outrageous.
 

AJ Epenesa DE Iowa--Big strong base end that has pass rush production. Not very bendy for an edge, but wins with brute force and pass rush moves.


Kenny Willekes DE Michigan State--Relentless pass rusher with sneaky white guy athleticism. A pass rushing specialist; pest.


Raekwon Davis DT Alabama--Supreme talent that throws guys around inside. Has power and pass rush potential. Inconsistent.


Derrick Brown DT Auburn--Will probably be long gone. Superstar DT that can rush the passer and stop the run. I'd trade up to get him if possible.


Michael Pinckney OLB Miami Fl.--Can stop the run and play the pass. Versatile rock in coverage. Would have been my top OLB had he declared for 2019 (weak class tho).


Isaiah Simmons OLB Clemson--Converted safety. Excellent nose for the ball. Pursuit is relentless. Best back 7 player on Clemson's defense last year by far.


Malik Harrison OLB Ohio State--Coverage linebacker that smacks people in run support. Struggles to shed blocks, but evades so well.


Shaquille Quarterman MLB Miami Fl.--Powerful run stopper that can play sideline-sideline. Struggles in coverage. Would have been ILB #2 in 2019.


Paddy Fisher MLB Northwestern--Instincts and tackling. A little light and stiff, but the dude is an animal. Would have been ILB #2 in 2019.


Joe Bachie MLB Michigan State--Violent football player that can cover and bang inside. Would have been the 2nd best ILB in this past draft IMO.


Grant Delpit SS LSU--Just a flawless S prospect. Not an ELITE athlete, but plays the game at an incredibly high level regardless.

 

 

 

The BPA @ #32 is probably going to be one of these guys.   If I'm having to pick in advance, I say trade up and go get Derrick Brown.

Man I love me some Shaq Quarterman

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My guy is whoever is BPA at slot #32 where we'll be picking

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