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Justin Reid (S/CB) has Patriots written all over him.

Younger brother Eric Reid. Versatile and smart DB. Just killed the combine. I've even seen Duron Harmon comparisons lol.

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Hi guys

We're voting on the Pats pick at 31 in the draft section, it would be great to have your thoughts and votes. 

Thanks, 
GFW

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QB:

Mason Rudolph

Luke Falk

TE:

Mark Andrews

Durham Smythe

Troy Fumagalli

T:

Brian O'Neill

Mike McGlinchey

Kolton Miller

3-4 DE:

Taven Bryan

RJ McIntosh

4-3 DE:

Marcus Davenport

Sam Hubbard

RJ McIntosh

Rasheem Green

Da'Shawn Hand

Dorance Armstrong

3-4 OLB:

Marcus Davenport

Lorenzo Carter

Malik Jefferson

Kemoko Turay

Josh Sweat

Arden Key

Uchenna Nwosu

LB:

Leighton Vander Esch

Darious Leonard

Tremaine Edmunds

Rashaan Evans

Tre Williams

Micah Kiser

Josey Jewell

CB:

Calton Davis

Donte Johnson

Isaiah Oliver

Jaire Alexander

Michael Hughes

Anthony Averett

DJ Reed

MJ Stewart

Levi Wallace

Kevin Toliver II

DB:

Ronnie Harrison

Armani Watts

Donte Johnson

Marcus Allen

Deshon Elliot

Jesse Bates III

Justin Reid

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Another potential target of the Patriots in the draft I would like is Dorian O'Daniel from Clemson. Special teams guy with some speed who played a lot of outside linebacker in a special rover type of role. Big safety, small linebacker.

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Soooo, updated draft needs anyone?

OT

LB

DE

WR (Cooks, Britt, Dorsett, Hogan- all FA's next year).

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1 hour ago, 1ForTheThumb said:

Soooo, updated draft needs anyone?

OT

LB

DE

WR (Cooks, Britt, Dorsett, Hogan- all FA's next year).

Im going with

1. OT

2. DE

3. ILB

4. CB

5. RB

6. WR

7. TE

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Which 5 players are the most likely to be picked by the Patriots? Regardless of position, need, round. I'll start.

 

1. Brian O'Neill, LT

2. Sam Hubbard, OLB

3. Donte Jackson, CB

4. Kyle Lauletta, QB

5. Durham Smythe, TE

 

Honerable Mentions: Anthony Averett (Alabama), DaeSean Hamilton (Penn State), Mark Andrews (Oklahoma), Mike Gesicki (Penn State), Kemoko Turay (Rutgers), Allen Lazard (Iowa State)

 

Guys I would be ecstatic if drafted: Lorenzo Carter (Georgia), Calton Davis (Auburn), RJ McIntosh (Miami), Braden Smith (Auburn), Mason Rudolph (Oklahoma State)

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On 3/19/2018 at 9:06 AM, Deadpulse said:

Im going with

1. OT

2. DE

3. ILB

4. CB

5. RB

6. WR

7. TE

Curious why you have CB so high? I think TE is probably our #4 need. I'm cool with interchanging the top 3. But Gilmore, McCourty, Rowe, C. Jones, J. Jones, etc. is a formidable group.

With Gronkowski's injury history and Allen bringing nothing to the table as a receiver, I could really see the Patriots going TE early.

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Posted (edited)

Realized I listed WR at #4 above, but I'd probably bump that down a bit.

1. OT

2. DL

3. LB

4. TE

5. QB

6. WR

7. RB

Edited by 1ForTheThumb

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1 hour ago, 1ForTheThumb said:

Curious why you have CB so high? I think TE is probably our #4 need. I'm cool with interchanging the top 3. But Gilmore, McCourty, Rowe, C. Jones, J. Jones, etc. is a formidable group.

With Gronkowski's injury history and Allen bringing nothing to the table as a receiver, I could really see the Patriots going TE early.

I dont see TE as a hard need as long as Gronk is playing. Sure, we need to prepare for his eventual departure but its a position that can be plugged in early and still produce. CB strikes me as one in which you'd like to have a rookie play a limited role to start IE have him play behind Rowe and Jason for a year before seeing significant playing time. Its less about the strength of the need now and more about the position and the transition to the nfl. 

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Priority relative to talent at position in draft:

1. LT

2. OLB (not a great linebacker class)

3. QB

4. TE (not many blockers but tons of talent)

5. WR (very deep, Pats' are all FA in 2019)

6. CB (very deep)

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My crush grows. Belichick went through drills with the linebackers only at Georgia's pro day yesterday. Lorenzo Carter is his guy.

 

Side note: Matt Patricia helped Belichick in the drills by supporting blocking dummies.

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Belichick's been at like 4 or 5 pro-days in the last 4 days. Definitely sounds like someone thinking about walking away from football.

I dread the day Belichick is no longer running the ship here. The man has won 5 SB's, probably has the most job security of all of sports and still is never satisfied. The dude will die on a football field.

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4 hours ago, 1ForTheThumb said:

Belichick's been at like 4 or 5 pro-days in the last 4 days. Definitely sounds like someone thinking about walking away from football.

I dread the day Belichick is no longer running the ship here. The man has won 5 SB's, probably has the most job security of all of sports and still is never satisfied. The dude will die on a football field.

Eh, Bill just wants to take in the experience of this process one final year...

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