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Which players should we all be looking out for going into 2021? I literally only have heard of Trevor Lawrence and Ettien the Clemson RB. 

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I think Surtain Jr will be CB1

Gregory Rosseau DE 1

Fields and Purdy another two QBs looking like first rounders

 

 PFF College described Penei Sewell’s sophomore season “what seems like the single greatest season from an offensive lineman at the college level.”

Chase might be everyone's WR1 - torched Clemson.

Parsons, Pen St LB, is a bit of a freak LB - and they tend to go early

 

 

Oh, and if nothing else apart from the name, there's a WR from USC called Amon-Ra St. Brown.  Oh yeaaa. 

 

 

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EDGE Greg Rousseau, Miami

TE Brevin Jordan, Miami

EDGE Quincy Roche, Miami

OT Walker Little, Stanford

OG Trey Smith, Tennessee

QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State

OL Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

LB Dylan Moses, Alabama

DL LaBryan Ray, Alabama

RB Najee Harris, Alabama

WR Jaylen Waddle Alabama

WR Devonta Smith Alabama

WR Justyn Ross, Clemson

RB Travis Etienne, Clemson

QB Jamie Newman, Georgia

WR Rondale Moore, Purdue

QB Justin Fields, Ohio State

CB Shaun Wade, Ohio State

LB Micah Parsons, Penn State

OT Samuel Cosmi, Texas

QB Brock Purdy, Iowa State

TE Charlie Kolar, Iowa State

OL Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma

OT Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame

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2 hours ago, Hunter2_1 said:

Chase might be everyone's WR1 - torched Clemson.

JaMarr Chase torched everyone. 

84 catches
1780 yards
21.2 avg
20 TD

Easy WR1 next year in a class that is even more stacked at WR than the 2020 WR draft class.  Top 5 pick next year.

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3 minutes ago, THE DUKE said:

JaMarr Chase torched everyone. 

84 catches
1780 yards
21.2 avg
20 TD

Easy WR1 next year in a class that is even more stacked at WR than the 2020 WR draft class.  Top 5 pick next year.

no?

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Warning on some guys I have seen heavily hyped early-on by some who don't fit the bill;

  • Walker Little (massively overhyped going into last year, think it is mainly due to the old 5-star tag, and now has to comeback from injury)
  • Calvin Ashley (those 5 stars apparently do a lot for keeping your draft stock afloat... Redshirted in 2017, played in only 5 games in 2018 with one start, was supposed to play at FAU last year but then left before the season, and is now at Florida A&M. 1 start over 3 seasons and he is rated by a 2nd rounder as some? Clear sign of somebody just plucking names off recruiting rankings...)

 

I have a feeling he won't declare, but Chris Olave of Ohio State is a fun watch and not getting much pub. Sound player, runs good routes, always extends for the ball, constantly making sideline catches. Not as talented as teammate Garrett Wilson (soph), but solid receiver who also plays special teams (blocked a punt last year and also caught a surprise onside kick in a game).

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1 hour ago, THE DUKE said:

JaMarr Chase torched everyone. 

84 catches
1780 yards
21.2 avg
20 TD

Easy WR1 next year in a class that is even more stacked at WR than the 2020 WR draft class.  Top 5 pick next year.

For the sake of every Packer fan please let this be true

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4 hours ago, Hunter2_1 said:

PFF College described Penei Sewell’s sophomore season “what seems like the single greatest season from an offensive lineman at the college level.”

Translation:

PFF ignored Orlando Pace’s entire sophomore and junior seasons.

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Rondale Moore. He's 5'8" 180 lbs, fast as hell, and squats 600 pounds. Chase is undoubtedly a better WR prospect, but I can't stop watching Moore.

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2 hours ago, THE DUKE said:

JaMarr Chase torched everyone. 

84 catches
1780 yards
21.2 avg
20 TD

Easy WR1 next year in a class that is even more stacked at WR than the 2020 WR draft class.  Top 5 pick next year.

Give me DeVonta Smith ahead of him.

Also, Najee Harris is my early RB1. Both he and Smith look special to me.

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48 minutes ago, Da_Ducktator said:

I have a feeling he won't declare, but Chris Olave of Ohio State is a fun watch and not getting much pub. Sound player, runs good routes, always extends for the ball, constantly making sideline catches. Not as talented as teammate Garrett Wilson (soph), but solid receiver who also plays special teams (blocked a punt last year and also caught a surprise onside kick in a game).

Wilson is going to be a "first overall WR prospect" so that bar is kinda high lol but yes, Olave is interesting to watch. I don't feel he's first round material just yet but w/ another season, that could absolutely change!

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1 minute ago, minutemancl said:

Rondale Moore. He's 5'8" 180 lbs, fast as hell, and squats 600 pounds. Chase is undoubtedly a better WR prospect, but I can't stop watching Moore.

Moore will be a guy getting a ton of attention in next year's draft. His speed alone will grab everyone's attention

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Jeez next year's WR class is absolutely stacked. Chase, Moore, Waddle, Smith, Bateman, and those are just the guys I know about right now.

Also, yes, Penei Sewell is that good. If he were a year older and came out this year, we'd be talking about an OT class with a defined #1 and 4 other great prospects grouped together behind him.

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