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Looks like they updated their board when they added the comp picks

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Missed on some of the top C options and just missed on a few later round LB (Brooks might be a hybrid S/LB in Wink's defense), but would still be pleased with this result:

28. Zack Baun, EDGE, Wisconsin

60. Justin Madubuike, IDL, Texas A&M

92. Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne

106. Anthony McFarland, RB, Maryland

129. Collin Johnson, WR, Texas

134. Ben Bredeson, IOL, Michigan

143. Anfernee Jennings, EDGE, Alabama

170. Antoine Brooks Jr., S, Maryland

225. Lavert Hill, CB, Michigan

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Did one and got:

Patrick Queen LB LSU

Brandon Aiyuk WR ASU

Bradlee Anae EDGE Utah

Leki Fotu IDL Utah

Ben Bredeson IOL Michigan

Chase Claypool WR ND

Lamichael Perine RB UF

Antoine Brooks Jr. S UMD

Javon Leake KR UMD

 

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I definitely think the extra 3rd and 4th (and inclusion of the 7th) really open up this draft for us.

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3 hours ago, Ray Reed said:

Did one and got:

Patrick Queen LB LSU

Brandon Aiyuk WR ASU

Bradlee Anae EDGE Utah

Leki Fotu IDL Utah

Ben Bredeson IOL Michigan

Chase Claypool WR ND

Lamichael Perine RB UF

Antoine Brooks Jr. S UMD

Javon Leake KR UMD

 

FWIW, carrying both into the season would mean 5 total RBs on the roster. That's why I love AntMac from Maryland. Could be a 4th RB, but would also be able to return kicks and punts as well as line up in the slot.

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On 3/10/2020 at 7:21 AM, diamondbull424 said:

Whereas I went and really started digging in on Bryan Edwards look at how few steps it takes him with his release to gain initial separation. He would be a killer on slant routes, outs, and ins. He can also get you production on posts. He’s also still going to be 21 for the majority of this season, he’s got the far superior age adjusted production/breakout age. He’s IMO the far superior receiver.

Bryan Edwards is a beast and it's sad that the broken foot will probably knock him down into 4th Round territory. If you're looking for that JuJu, Courtland Sutton, AJ Brown type breakout WR, odds are it will be Bryan Edwards imo. He probably would have gone in the 2nd like those guys if not for the foot injury too.

Really hope the Ravens take him with one of our 4th Round Picks. He checks all the Raven boxes, has everything we look for in a player, and frankly we're getting pretty familiar with rehabbing guys coming off of foot injuries :|

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The draftnetwork guys already updated their mock draft machine. Drafting with that is fun now. Obviously excitement about having picks is something else than those picks actually working out, but its fun to play with.

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16 minutes ago, Danand said:

The draftnetwork guys already updated their mock draft machine. Drafting with that is fun now. Obviously excitement about having picks is something else than those picks actually working out, but its fun to play with.

Absolutely feels like the board is super open now with the added picks. Just ran another.

28. Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama

55. Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State

60. Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

92. Tyler Biadasz, IOL, Wisconsin

106. Anthony McFarland, RB, Maryland

129. Thaddeus Moss, TE, LSU

134. Jordan Elliott, IDL, Missouri

157. Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming

225. Alex Taylor, OT, South Carolina State

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I always feel there are 20 players that are 1. rounders, and then there are about 30 that can go from 20-50 without being "reaches".

I also feel like "reaches" are a media made up word. Unless a team pick a player they for certain could have gotten later, or it is totally clear that player is not as good as other options, then I don't think its a reach. 

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1 hour ago, Danand said:

The draftnetwork guys already updated their mock draft machine.

They sure do work fast, don't they xD

Wouldn't mind our draft turning out like this:

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I know Murray has some deficiencies, but I think he'd be worth a shot as a late 2nd round pick.  We're used to wasting those picks anyway, so why not take a chance!

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Baun, Hennessy, Khareem and Brooks I am all on board with. Taking a flyer on Murray is at worst a special teamer and team leader. I have no idea what he sees when on the field, because he seems to try and find the football on every play instead of actually watching what the oline does. That leads to him reacting late and getting blockers in his face. If he can learn to read his keys, or if we can let him attack gaps, I am less concerned about his ability to translate.

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Pick your preference. (Having so many picks is fun fun fun fun)

Draft 1.

1. round: Yetur Gross-Matos, edge

2. round: Matt Hennesy, IOL

2. round: Malik Harrisson, ILB

3. round: Bryan Edwards, WR

3. round: K.J. Hill, WR

4. round: Brandon Jones, S

4. round: Essang Bassey, CB

5. round: Devin Asiasi, TE

7. round: Jon Runyan, OT

Draft 2. 

1. round: Zack Baun, LB

2. round: Denzel Mims, WR

2. round: Antoine Winfield jr. S

3. round: Darrell Taylor, edge

3. round: Antonio Gibson, RB/R/WR

4. round: Shane Lemieux, IOL

4. round: Josiah Deguara, TE

5. round: Jacob Phillips, ILB

7. round: Joe Reed, WR/R/ST

 Draft 3.

1. round: Cesar Ruiz, IOL

2. round: Jonathan Greenard, Edge

2. round: Jalen Raegor, WR

3. round: Willie Gay Jr, ILB

3. round: Hakeem Adeniji, OT

4. round: Antoine Brooks jr., S

4. round: Trajan Bandy, CB

5. round: J.J. Taylor, RB/R

7. round: Raequan Williams, DL

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First 3 picks were basically pure BPA.  After that I kinda felt I needed to hit some needs

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On 3/17/2020 at 4:27 AM, Danand said:

Pick your preference. (Having so many picks is fun fun fun fun)

Draft 1.

1. round: Yetur Gross-Matos, edge

2. round: Matt Hennesy, IOL

2. round: Malik Harrisson, ILB

3. round: Bryan Edwards, WR

3. round: K.J. Hill, WR

4. round: Brandon Jones, S

4. round: Essang Bassey, CB

5. round: Devin Asiasi, TE

7. round: Jon Runyan, OT

Draft 2. 

1. round: Zack Baun, LB

2. round: Denzel Mims, WR

2. round: Antoine Winfield jr. S

3. round: Darrell Taylor, edge

3. round: Antonio Gibson, RB/R/WR

4. round: Shane Lemieux, IOL

4. round: Josiah Deguara, TE

5. round: Jacob Phillips, ILB

7. round: Joe Reed, WR/R/ST

 Draft 3.

1. round: Cesar Ruiz, IOL

2. round: Jonathan Greenard, Edge

2. round: Jalen Raegor, WR

3. round: Willie Gay Jr, ILB

3. round: Hakeem Adeniji, OT

4. round: Antoine Brooks jr., S

4. round: Trajan Bandy, CB

5. round: J.J. Taylor, RB/R

7. round: Raequan Williams, DL

I might lean draft 2!! Love your first 3 selections. Mims, Baum and Winfield

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It is completely against my own preference with interior oline early, but draft 2 is my favorite as well.

I am really torn about which of the two others I would have as my second choice though

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