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2020 - How are your team's rookies doing?

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Top two rookies for Jags has been Shenault and James Robinson. They are both studs.

Davon Hamilton has flashed.

CJ Henderson has been up and down.

Chaisson hasn’t done much but I wasn’t expecting much from him. He is very raw.

Daniel Thomas blocked and returned a punt for a TD last week. 

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I loved reading about college athletes predraft. Reading up on the prospects is a fun way to spend the offseason. It would be fun to observe how the rookies are doing so far in the season.

Vikings- Jefferson- He didn't gain Cousins' trust until the third game, but he is a baller. He seems like he catches everything thrown his way. A bigger Stephon Diggs, but not as competitive feisty.

Gladney-He is fast and seems to have good run instincts. Dantzler (a later round pick) starts over him. The lack of preseason hurt him and is probably more of a development prospect.

Cleveland- Didn't start til recently. He is better than our other interior line prospects, but seems to be overpowered a bit. 

Dantzler-I think Zimmer said he was the best cover corner in practice. He makes some mental mistakes. 

Lynch- He looks like a baller. He should be getting more reps now. Might get overpowered in the run game.

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2/37 S Kyle Dugger has been up and down. Looks alright in coverage but struggles a bit in space

2/60 LB Josh Uche hasn't played yet

3/87 LB Anfrenee Jennings looked good in limited duty early on but has definitely played more like a rookie with an expanded role. Promising overall

3/91 TE Devin Asiasi non-factor. 0 catches so far, despite playing in 5 of 6 games.

3/101 TE Dalton Keene appeared in his first game v. SF, had 1 catch for 8 yards.

5/159 PK Justin Rohrwasser 3% chance he ever makes the active roster.

6/182 OL Michael Onwenu S T U D. Already one of the top guards in the NFL, if we're to believe PFF. Moves a lot better than you'd expect from a guy who's 6'3", 350 lbs, and just straight up mauls guys at the POA. Remains to be seen where he permanently settles along the line, but I expect him to be a 10-year starter.

6/195 OL Justin Herron looked decent in spot duty. Upside is probably a 6th lineman/swing tackle.

6/204 LB Cassh Maluia mostly played special teams.

7/230 C Dustin Woodard retired before ever setting foot on the field.

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Becton stud

Mann stud

Mims looked decent in his first action

Huff looks good when he gets snaps

Perine decent but trash in pass pro

Clark, Zuniga, Hall and Morgan haven't played

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