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Did two, likely my last for a while. One all defense and one all offense. Note: In one draft I had pick 217 and the other 252. Not sure why since I didn't do trades.

DEFENSE

31. Zaven Collins, LB Tulsa - Day one starter. Maybe my favorite pick for us right now.

63. Jevon Holland, S Oregon - Competes for and likely #3 safety who will see plenty of playing time.

94. Jordan Smith, Edge UAB - Should compete to start opposite Clark. Worst case is he's the first man off the bench, which is still playing quite a bit.

136. Ambry Thomas, CB Michigan - Depth guy who has starting potential. Will probably need a half year or so to back into game shape after sitting out 2020.

144. Rashad Weaver, DE Pittsburgh - Rotational guy who can hopefully develop into a starter when Clark likely becomes a cap casualty.

176. Justin Hilliard, LB Ohio State - Slight reach for need maybe. Developmental guy mostly.

180. Mustafa Johnson, DL Colorado - I reached based on his ranking. But he does not deserve to fall this far, let alone be the 262nd ranked player. If we had the need at DT I wouldn't hate taking him at 94. But he's a luxury pick and the value is too insane to pass up.

217. Robert Rochell, CB Central Arkansas - Despite his letdown performance at the Senior Bowl, I like his potential 1-3 years down the line. I think Sam Madison and Dave Merritt would help him a lot.

 

OFFENSE

31. Liam Eichenberg, OT Notre Dame - He's our LT. Fisher is likely out for the year and who knows how or if he returns on the wrong side of 30.

63. James Hudson, OL Cincinnati - Listed as OT, but I think we move him to OG. He either wins an OG job or becomes the 6th man.

94. Hunter Long, TE Boston College - Clear upgrade at #2 TE and has the potential to be a good #1 after Kelce is gone.

136. Sage Surratt, WR Wake Forest - Should compete with Pringle to take over Watkins role. If he can quickly learn the playbook, he could win it and start day one.

149. Anthony Schwartz, WR Auburn - Competes with Hardman and should take over the returner duties. If he can quickly learn the playbook he should take over Hardman's role sooner rather than later.

176. Kylin Hill, RB Mississippi State - One of my favorite RB for us this year. Upgrades the depth and allows us to save money by cutting Dam Williams.

180. Drake Jackson, OL Kentucky - Competes to start at OG and C.

252. Tamorrion Terry, WR Florida State - I don't care if we've taken 5 WR already. If Scary Terry is there in the 7th, you take Scary Terry. For real though, there is absolutely zero reason for him to be ranked so low. It's damn near criminal. If he goes in the 1st I wouldn't hate on it.

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11 hours ago, kingseanjohn said:

252. Tamorrion Terry, WR Florida State - I don't care if we've taken 5 WR already. If Scary Terry is there in the 7th, you take Scary Terry. For real though, there is absolutely zero reason for him to be ranked so low. It's damn near criminal. If he goes in the 1st I wouldn't hate on it.

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Board fell horribly 1st Round,  but this is my favorite one in awhile.   

31.   Dillon Radunz, OT.  North Dakota State
63.  Dayo Odeyingbo,  DE. Vanderbilt
94. Pete Werner,  LB.  Ohio State
136.  Joshua Bledsoe, S.  Missouri
144.  Shaka Toney, DE.  Penn State
176. Drake Jackson, C.  Kentucky
180. Tamorrion Terry, WR. Florida State
252. Jaelon Darden, WR/KR/PR, North Texas

Ideally I would have tried to tried out of 1 and tried to pick up a Midround TE/OL guy.

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How about this:

31: R1 P31 WR Rashod Bateman - Minnesota
63: R2 P31 S Trevon Moehrig - TCU
94: R3 P30 LB Baron Browning - Ohio State
136: R4 P31 OT Jaylen Moore - Western Michigan
144: R4 P39 C Drake Jackson - Kentucky
176: R5 P31 EDGE Patrick Johnson - Tulane
180: R5 P35 TE Tommy Tremble - Notre Dame
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New Lists - Kingdom ConnectN

31: R1 P31 G Alijah Vera-Tucker - USC
63: R2 P31 LB Cameron McGrone - Michigan
94: R3 P30 WR Elijah Moore - Mississippi
136: R4 P31 C Drake Jackson - Kentucky
144: R4 P39 S Darion Slade - Campbell
176: R5 P31 WR Demetric Felton - UCLA
180: R5 P35 EDGE William Bradley-King - Baylor
 
OTC Steve
 
31: R1 P31 OT Jalen Mayfield - Michigan
63: R2 P31 TE Hunter Long - Boston College
94: R3 P30 C Quinn Meinerz - Wisconsin-Whitewater
136: R4 P31 S Caden Sterns - Texas
144: R4 P39 LB Monty Rice - Georgia
176: R5 P31 WR Dazz Newsome - North Carolina
180: R5 P35 G David Moore - Grambling State
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One of my best drafts yet:

 

31  Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame; No Brainer, starter L. OT

63 Carlos Basham Jr., EDGE, Wake Forest; Starter DE

94 Trill Williams, CB, Syracuse; replacement for Bashad Breeland or C. Ward

136 Talanoa Hufanga, S, USC; replacement for Dan Sorensen

144 Ben Cleveland, IOL, Georgia; replacement at OG

176 Drake Jackson, IOL, Kentucky; replacement at Center

180 Dan Moore Jr., OT, Texas A&M; developmental OT

252 Errol Thompson, LB, Mississippi State; replacement at MLB

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Another new list--Jet's Hub

31: R1 P31 OT Jalen Mayfield - Michigan
63: R2 P31 LB Cameron McGrone - Michigan
94: R3 P30 TE Hunter Long - Boston College
136: R4 P31 C Drake Jackson - Kentucky
144: R4 P39 EDGE Adetokunbo Ogundeji - Notre Dame
176: R5 P31 WR Whop Philyor - Indiana
180: R5 P35 WR Cade Johnson - South Dakota State

 

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Lots of needs addressed. Really good draft.

 

31 Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan; plug n play OT, swing OT

63 Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama; plug n play MLB, Hitchens replacement

94 Trill Williams, CB, Syracuse; replacement for B.Breeland

136 Seth Williams, WR, Auburn; replacement for S.Watkins

144 Joshuah Bledsoe, S, Missouri; eventual replacement for Dan Sorensen

176 Shaka Toney, EDGE, Penn State; eventual replacement at DE

180 Drake Jackson, IOL, Kentucky; starting or backup Center

 

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Mel Kiper draft 2.0 has the Chiefs taking Walker Little, OT Stanford

This might be a new name for some, but Little made my preseason Big Board all the way back in August of 2019. That was ahead of the 2020 draft. Then he injured his knee in the season opener and missed the rest of that season and opted out of 2020, so he hasn’t played much football since. I called Little more of a finesse tackle in 2019, but he has a great frame (6—7, 315 pounds) and can move his feet. He started as a true freshman at Stanford. There is some projection here, but Little has some great tape from 2017 and 2018. Scouts will be able to see him up close at his pro day next month.

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30 minutes ago, KCsb said:

Then he injured his knee in the season opener and missed the rest of that season and opted out of 2020,

RED FLAG warning:

I'd stay away from this guy. Why risk a medical case when there a other guys out there without the issue.

I'd much rather have a Liam Eichenberg or Jalen Mayfield who should be available to us. These guys are NFL ready.

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31 Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan; plug n play; swing tackle

63 Deonte Brown, IOL, Alabama; with Mayfield at OT and Brown at LG, the left side is a WALL

94 Cameron McGrone, LB, Michigan; replace Hitchens

136 Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan

144 Darrick Forrest, S, Cincinnati

176 Shaka Toney, EDGE, Penn State

180 Whop Philyor, WR, Indiana

 

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20 hours ago, onejayhawk said:

Little would be a good option at #63. The injury is over two years ago, and he has not added any mileage. That said, he's basically Niang II.

J

Meh.......He's damaged goods. A setback (or worse) is too easy to occur longterm. AND he hasn't played at all since he got injured. Can he even go out there and compete?? No Thanks.

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He's at #63 because he's damaged goods. Otherwise he would likely be top 20.

It's fine to be cautious, but this is one of the best talents in the draft. He has ideal size and length, excellent balance and mobility, good athleticism and excels at pass protection. Without the injury and time off, he in the Slater, Darrishaw, Mayfield tier, and a clear level above Eichenburg, Cosmi and Radunz. 

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