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2019 NFL Draft
« on: January 13, 2019, 02:40:00 AM »
We're a few weeks away from the end of the NFL Season with the Super Bowl on the horizon and that means NFL Draft talk! Lot of big names including: QB Will Grier (West Virginia), QB Kyler Murray (Oklahoma), QB Dwayne Haskins (Ohio State), RB Bryce Love (Stanford), WR A.J. Brown (Ole Miss), WR Marquise Brown (Oklahoma), TE Noah Fant (Iowa), DE Nick Bosa (Ohio State), DE Josh Allen (Kentucky), DT Quinnen Williams (Alabama), and DT Ed Oliver (Houston).

I probably won't go as in-depth as I usually do for player rankings but this could be an interesting QB Class down the road depending on who pans out. Guys like Daniel Jones (Duke), Brett Rypien (Boise State), and Easton Stick (North Dakota State) have obvious talent but are trending behind Murray (if he enters), Haskins, Drew Lock, and Grier as far as notable names. Outside of Murray and maybe Haskins or Lock pending preference, there's no real "sure fire" QB compared to past years with QBs like Pat Mahomes and Baker Mayfield.

Let me know who you're really high on. I know 909's been pimping Marquise Brown out of Oklahoma for at least 2 years now.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2019, 01:50:17 AM »
Harley's QB Rankings

#1: Kyler Murray (Oklahoma) - Better Russell Wilson. Surefire Stud.
#2: Easton Stick (North Dakota State) 6’1” 213 - IT Factor for me. Can run, throw from pocket, flashes touch, and arm strength. Not elite anywhere but good at all facets.
#3: Drew Lock (Missouri) 6’4” 223 - May be the best pure passing QB in this class. Had inconsistent games where he flashed R1 ability then other games he’d flash R3 ability. Which Lock will show up in NFL?
#4: Jordan Ta’amu (Ole Miss) 6’3” 222 – Baller. Swagger with a good arm for the NFL. Not as big a “name” as others but could be surprise of the class.
#5: Dwayne Haskins Jr. (Ohio State) - Flashes quick release with average arm strength for size. Boom/Bust potential as he's only a Redshirt Sophomore coming out. Some Cam Newton in passing game.
#6: Daniel Jones (Duke) 6’5” 220 - A stronger arm version of Easton Stick though I don't think he's as good an overall package. His size boosts him up boards though.
#7: Brett Rypien (Boise State) 6’2” 204 - Will be really good if he gets a shot. Flashes good poise in pocket.
#8: Ty Gangi (Nevada) – Riser. Has some Aaron Rodgers to him. Could be a better NFL Pro than College QB.
#9: David Blough (Purdue) 6’0” 205 – Some Jimmy Garoppolo to his game. One of the quickest releases in this class.
#10: Will Grier (West Virginia) 6’2” 218 - Overrated for me. Reminds me more of guys like Davis Webb or Graham Harrell than Pat Mahomes or Baker Mayfield.
#11: Eric Dungey (Syracuse) – Not flashy but solid. Alex Smith in his game but not as athletic.
#12: Jarrett Stidham (Auburn) 6’2” 214 - Some Case Keenum to his game. Lacks arm strength but has touch for vertical game, could be a Bruce Arians type QB.
#13: Trace McSorley (Penn State) 6’0” 200 - Ideal West Coast QB. Athletic. Sleeper in right system.
#14: Ryan Finley (NC State) 6’4” 208 - Has some Nick Foles to his game. Question poise under pressure.
#15: Kyle Shurmur (Vanderbilt) - Lacked talent around him but flashed NFL level ability against teams like Notre Dame and Georgia. Backup potential at best.
#16: Gardner Minshew II (Washington State) 6’1” 224 – Bit of a slow processor. Best attribute is his touch.
#17: Tyree Jackson (Buffalo) 6’7” 249 – A barely more athletic clone of J.T. Barrett. Disappointing arm strength for his size.
#18: Taylor Cornelius (Oklahoma State) 6’6” 220 – Live arm but I liked Mason Rudolph more.
#19: Clayton Thornson (Northwestern) - One read QB. Question his reading defenses/vision for NFL level.
#20: Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State) – Should convert to WR if he’s smart. Has some Josh Allen in him as a runner but not nearly the arm ability.
#21: Manny Wilkins Jr. (Arizona State) – Gamer but has a long release. A project to overhaul.
#22: Brent Stockstill (Middle Tennessee) – More athletic Jake Browning. Could get a shot in a WCO system.
#23: Devlin Hodges (Samford) – Athletic but lacks arm for NFL. Similar to Brent Stockstill.
#24: Jake Browning (Washington) – Weak arm for the NFL. Should go undrafted unless a WCO head coach takes a chance.
#25: Malik Rosier (Miami) – Has an arm but is a slow processor. Underwhelmer.
#26: Wilton Speight (UCLA) – Weak arm for the NFL. Undrafted.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2019, 04:08:41 AM »
Gruden refused to rule out picking Murray by the way. They pick 4th.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2019, 04:23:23 AM »
Gruden refused to rule out picking Murray by the way. They pick 4th.

Good or bad in your mind?  I know you were high on Mayfield (who is similar to Murray IMO) so I was just curious.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #4 on: January 24, 2019, 04:51:06 AM »
Very good IMO. It’s time for the Raiders to move on at QB. Carr had two seasons to come back from his broken leg and played like shit.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #5 on: January 24, 2019, 09:17:35 AM »
Murray’s height is the only thing that worries me.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #6 on: January 24, 2019, 10:26:50 AM »
I'm more worried about his commitment.  I wouldn't want to draft him only to watch him go play baseball.  I'd need to get assurances.

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« Reply #7 on: January 24, 2019, 10:30:13 AM »
I'm more worried about his commitment.  I wouldn't want to draft him only to watch him go play baseball.  I'd need to get assurances.
This.

I think he's got the potential to be another Wilson or Brees. Potential. Better than NFL Flutie.


But I share the same "will he play?" concern.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #8 on: January 24, 2019, 11:00:26 AM »
Harley, any QB worth taking at 11 for the Bengals besides Murray? Or should they wait and try to get back into the #28-32 range. (This is all a pipe dream, obviously as the Bengals love QB mediocrity).

I think if you believe in Murray he's worth taking. If he goes in the 1st round the guaranteed money is better than the 4.6 he signed with the A's. Without researching I would bet at least 70% of 1st round QB's get a second contract with the team.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #9 on: January 24, 2019, 11:19:12 AM »
I would guess that Murray will stick with the NFL if he gets drafted high enough, the guaranteed money is better and it's not even close.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #10 on: January 24, 2019, 11:24:06 AM »
And it's almost the perfect storm as the first three picks don't need a QB for sure but lots of teams between 7-12 do so the chances of him not going Top 10 are slim.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #11 on: January 24, 2019, 11:31:18 AM »
And it's almost the perfect storm as the first three picks don't need a QB for sure but lots of teams between 7-12 do so the chances of him not going Top 10 are slim.

In mock drafts I'm seeing as many as four QBs going in the top 15.

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« Reply #12 on: January 24, 2019, 11:34:33 AM »
And it's almost the perfect storm as the first three picks don't need a QB for sure but lots of teams between 7-12 do so the chances of him not going Top 10 are slim.

In mock drafts I'm seeing as many as four QBs going in the top 15.

Yep and I think Haskins-Murray will be #1-2 in some way in most scenarios.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #13 on: January 24, 2019, 10:41:50 PM »
Harley, any QB worth taking at 11 for the Bengals besides Murray? Or should they wait and try to get back into the #28-32 range. (This is all a pipe dream, obviously as the Bengals love QB mediocrity).

Murray's a wild card in terms of his commitment. I don't think height will matter much given the success of Brees, Mahomes, Wilson, even Case Keenum. The days of QBs needing to be at least 6'2" I think are finally done with.

Right now the top 4 QBs tend to be: Drew Lock, Kyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins, and Daniel Jones (Grier seems to be falling under the radar a bit now while Jones is a fast riser). I think this is a fairly weaker QB Class overall but needs will probably see as many as 4 go in the 1st Round and at least 2 get drafted.

If I were the Bengals, I'm kind of stuck in a shitty spot. They could get one of those 4 QBs at #11 and go elsewhere with picks #42 and #72. But then you also have Andy Dalton who you're still paying $16 and $17.5 Million for the next 2 seasons while having a 1st Round QB, almost a Top 10 pick, sitting on the bench.

Personally, I'd try and trade down a few spots with a team like Miami for say #13, #78, and #175 and go BPA then aim to move up in the 2nd Round if a '1st Round' QB falls or somebody like a Will Grier is still there on the board. Since you still have Andy Dalton, I don't think QB is as imperative until 2020/2021 and you could even wait until Rounds 5-7 for a guy like Brett Rypien, Jordan Ta'amu, or Trace McSorley to take a flier on to sit behind Dalton and Driskel for the 2019 Season.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #14 on: January 25, 2019, 04:14:49 AM »
I never like the strategy of trading down to a team that will draft a QB and then later on trading up for one of the remaining scraps at QB. The likelihood of that working is slim.

They have Dalton for 2 more years so unless their top rated can't pass on QB prospect is there, they should trade down and fill a ton of other spots on that team. Look at 2020 as the year to draft a QB.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #15 on: January 25, 2019, 05:24:12 AM »
This feud the Raiders are having with ESPN is a low point in the history of the organization. They should cut Derek Carr on the spot.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #16 on: January 25, 2019, 07:39:08 AM »
This feud the Raiders are having with ESPN is a low point in the history of the organization. They should cut Derek Carr on the spot.

Sorry, what exactly is going on?  This is the first I've heard of it.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #17 on: January 25, 2019, 07:43:43 AM »
Carr challenged Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith to a fist fight cause they told the truth about him being trash. So embarrassing.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #18 on: January 25, 2019, 07:50:12 AM »
Also you got Mayock, a former member of the media, saying the media makes shit up and tries to stir up stories.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #19 on: January 25, 2019, 09:39:53 AM »
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« Reply #20 on: January 25, 2019, 10:19:48 AM »
Also you got Mayock, a former member of the media, saying the media makes shit up and tries to stir up stories.

Yeah, to be quite honest, I think this is the most shameful thing the Raiders organization has done the entire time I've been a fan. An athlete in their prime challenging two old men to a fight is something I just have a hard time tolerating. Seeing other morons encourage them to do this makes me not want to be a fan anymore.


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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #21 on: January 25, 2019, 10:39:14 AM »
And isn't Carr supposed to be some kind of upright Christian or something?  Seems kind of strange that he would do this if he wants to keep that rep.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #22 on: January 25, 2019, 11:58:08 AM »
He’s a MAGA man so this is right in his wheelhouse to throw out empty physical threats

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #23 on: January 25, 2019, 04:47:27 PM »
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #24 on: January 30, 2019, 12:11:35 AM »
Harley's RB Rankings

Running Backs
#1: Bryce Love (Stanford) – Stud. Complete package.
#2: Trayveon Williams (Texas A&M) – Legitimate home run threat on every carry. Great vision, sets up DBs in 1-1 really well.
#3: Damien Harris (Alabama) – Gonna be a stud at the NFL level. Great balance and hard to tackle. Enough long speed for NFL level.
#4: L.J. Scott (Michigan State) – Good patience, gonna be really good.
#5: Dexter Williams (Notre Dame) 5’11” 215 – A lot of Arian Foster to him. Total package.
#6: Josh Jacobs (Alabama) – Has a lot of Ray Rice to his overall game. Very solid in all aspects. Offers 4 Down ability.
#7: Myles Gaskin (Washington) – A lot of James White to him. Sets up his blockers really well.
#8: Elijah Holyfield (Georgia) – Great vision and ability to get positive yards in the hole.
#9: Ty Johnson (Maryland) 5’10” 213 - Really good. 4 Down RB with return ability. Sleeper of class.
#10: Rodney Anderson (Oklahoma) – Hard nosed grinder with a nose for endzone.
#11: Lexington Thomas (UNLV) - Short but legit burner. Similarities to De'Anthony Thomas.
#12: Benny Snell Jr. (Kentucky) – Solid but may be more reliant on offensive line play for production at NFL level.
#13: Darrell Henderson Jr. (Memphis) – Lives on his long speed. ‘Fast’ Willie Parker type RB.
#14: Devin Singletary (FAU) – Has some Tarik Cohen shiftiness in his game.
#15: Justice Hill (Oklahoma State) – Solid all-around game. Could be a 3 Down RB.
#16: Alexander Mattison (Boise State) - Solid in all facets, real good vision.
#17: Darrin Hall (Pittsburgh) 6’0” 217 - Has some Kerryon Johnson to his game.
#18: Mike Weber Jr. (Ohio State) – Reminds me of Michael Bennett or Tatum Bell. Boom/Bust Prospect.
#19: Jalin Moore Jr. (App State) – Runs bigger than size, chip on shoulder especially at point of contact.
#20: Bruce Anderson III (North Dakota State) 5’11” 209 - Shifty. Could be Matt Breida type.
#21: Travis Homer (Miami) - May only be 2 Down RB. Runs tough for his size but may top out as a RBBC back.
#22: Devine Ozigbo (Nebraska) 5’11” 219 - Could be good in a Zone scheme. Reminds me of Reuben Droughns.
#23: Karan Higdon (Michigan) 5’9” 203 – Solid vision but may lack consistent big play speed for NFL level.
#24: Ryan Fulse (Wagner) - Has speed for the NFL level. Some questions if he can bang enough.
#25: Madre London (Tennessee) - Could stick as a 3rd Down RB.
#26: Nick Brosette (LSU) 5’11” 217 - Solid in the 5 yard range vision wise. If he bulks up, may be a "goal line" RB.
#27: David Montgomery (Iowa State) – Good college RB but may struggle in NFL. Throttles down to a near stop when forced to make a decision.
#28: AcaCedric Ware (USC) - May be only a straightline runner, some stiffness when he tries to go lateral.
#29: Rodney Smith (Minnesota) – Decent RBBC type. May make living as receiving RB.
#30: D.J. Knox (Purdue) - Could stick as a receiving RB in a RBBC.
#31: Tony Brooks-James (Oregon) - Best chance to stick is as a return man.
#32: Miles Sanders (Penn State) - Reminds me of ex-Penn State RB Tony Hunt. JAG type who could find a path as a FB if he bulks up.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #25 on: February 02, 2019, 08:16:13 AM »
I may be higher on Hurd than anybody else in the country. Dude has potential to be a All-Pro level stud though.

Wide Receiver Rankings 31 Ranked

Wide Receivers
#1: Marquise Brown (Oklahoma) – Legit TD threat on every catch. Tyreek Hill capability.
#2: A.J. Brown (Ole Miss) – Better route runner than Metcalf. Reminds me of Santonio Holmes.
#3: D.K. Metcalf (Ole Miss) – Physical freak in the Calvin Johnson mold.
#4: Jalen Hurd (Baylor) 6'5" 227 – Remade himself completely as a WR. Legitimate 1st Round talent massively under the radar due to his transferring schools.
#5: Deebo Samuel (South Carolina) 5'11" 216 – Fighter, hard nosed player. One of my favorites in this class even if he isn’t as talented as those ahead of him. Edelman-esque tenacity.
#6: Hakeem Butler (Iowa State) – Plays with chip on shoulder. Lot of similarities to Plaxico Burress for me.
#7: David Sills V (West Virginia) 6'3" 210 – One of the best route runners in this class. Cooper Kupp clone.
#8: Jaylen Smith (Louisville) 6'2" 221 – Reminds me of Deion Branch, great route runner and better speed after the catch. Very under the radar talent.
#9: J.J. Arcega-Whiteside (Stanford) – High points the ball well. Lot of Mike Evans in him.
#10: Paris Campbell Jr (Ohio State) – Bit of a body catcher but has some JuJu Smith-Schuster in his game.
#11: Kelvin Harmon (NC State) – Deep threat speed for NFL level.
#12: Damarkus Lodge (Ole Miss) 6'2" 202 – Would be the #1 WR at any other college but had two elite teammates to overshadow him. Legitimate speed and talent. Sleeper.
#13: Mecole Hardman Jr (Georgia) – More explosive athlete than teammate Ridley. Smart, good route runner. Sleeper.
#14: Dillon Mitchell (Oregon) – Burner. Potential to be a Marquise Goodwin type impact player.
#15: Darius Slayton (Auburn) – Really solid but not special anywhere. Better deep speed than expected.
#16: Tony Pollard (Memphis) – Has the deep speed for the NFL. Played both RB and WR in college.
#17: N’Keal Harry (Arizona State) – Solid but I have questions about his speed at NFL level. Most overrated in class.
#18: Gary Jennings Jr (West Virginia) 6'1" 213 – Solid but not special anywhere. Could wind up being a #2 WR on a poor team or a #3 WR on a good team though. Think Marvin Jones Jr type talent.
#19: Stanley Morgan Jr (Nebraska) – Reminds me some of Brandin Cooks.
#20: Cody Thompson (Toledo) 6'1" 200 – ST Coverage Beast but also has some Chris Hogan to him as a receiver.
#21: Riley Ridley (Georgia) – Not as good but has a lot of Malcolm Mitchell in him.
#22: Lil’ Jordan Humphrey (Texas) – Reminds me of Kelvin Benjamin. QB Play could make or break him in NFL.
#23: Andy Isabella (Umass) 5'9" 186 – Another Cole Beasley type. Good college speed which may not translate to NFL.
#24: Penny Hart (Georgia State) 5'8" 180 – Short at 5’8” (if that) but has some Tarik Cohen to him as a receiver. Could get a shot as a RB/WR hybrid.
#25: Preston Williams (Colorado State) – Not quite the speed but reminds me a lot of Vincent Jackson.
#26: Tyre Brady (Marshall) 6'2" 206 – May be better NFL Pro than College. Enough big play ability to stick around.
#27: Terry McLaurin (Ohio State) 6'0" 205 – Good talent but overshadowed by Campbell Jr. Lacks burner speed.
#28: Hunter Renfrow (Clemson) 5'10" 175 – Possession guy at the NFL. Isabella’s better and a similar type.
#29: Anthony Johnson (Buffalo) – Solid but didn’t stand out in MAC competition as special.
#30: Emanuel Hall (Missouri) – Typical big body WR from that school. JAG type.
#31: Miles Boykin (Notre Dame) – Has body and frame to convert to TE. May be better fit there with his speed.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #26 on: February 07, 2019, 08:59:01 PM »
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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #27 on: February 08, 2019, 10:45:56 AM »
Yeah the draft loses most of the luster when your team lacks picks.  >:(

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #28 on: February 12, 2019, 01:13:41 AM »
Continuing to do the hard work for ya :) Hope some guys flying under the radar get you to dig deeper in your own studies. A lot of times most draft pundits can name you the Top 5 or even Top 10 players, duh. I find the most enjoyment is digging into the 15s-25s depending on position and finding that "low value" touted player who may end up being a productive stud down the road or somebody who rises up my rankings that few have heard of and ends up doing well in general.

Harley's Tight End Rankings It wouldn't shock me if one of Nauta/Mack/Knox breaks out to be the best TE of this class.

01: T.J. Hockenson (Iowa)
02: Irv Smith Jr (Alabama)
03: Noah Fant (Iowa)
04: Kaden Smith (Stanford)
05: Isaac Nauta (Georgia)
06: Alize Mack (Notre Dame)
07: Dawson Knox (Ole Miss)
08: Caleb Wilson (UCLA)
09: C.J. Conrad (Kentucky) 6'4" 249
10: Jace Sternberger (Texas A&M)
11: Drew Sample (Washington) 6'5" 250
12: Tommy Sweeney (Boston College) 6'5" 253
13: Daniel Helm (Duke) 6'4" 248 - Has the speed to be a better NFL Pro than College TE Sleeper
14: Trevon Wesco (West Virginia)
15: Josh Oliver (San Jose State)
16: Foster Moreau (LSU) 6'4" 250
17: Kahale Warring (San Diego State)
18: Romello Brooker (Houston)
19: Kendall Blanton (Missouri) 6'6" 265
20: Donald Parham (Stetson) 6'8" 243
21: Dax Raymond (Utah State) 6'5" 249
22: Zach Gentry (Michigan)
23: Keenan Brown (Texas State)
24: Micky Crum (Louisville)

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #29 on: February 12, 2019, 03:38:13 AM »
DT Jeffery Simmons tore his ACL in a pre-draft workout :( He was widely expected to go in the 1st or early 2nd Round. Odds are he now falls to the 6th or 7th Round if he even gets drafted.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #30 on: February 12, 2019, 04:00:38 AM »
Someone could be getting a big steal if he falls that late. Just let him rehab for the whole year. Reward far out weighs the risk. He was a 1st round talent for sure.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #31 on: February 12, 2019, 04:07:37 AM »
Someone could be getting a big steal if he falls that late. Just let him rehab for the whole year. Reward far out weighs the risk. He was a 1st round talent for sure.

Yeah, I wouldn't let a standard ACL tear scare me these days.  Most guys seem to come back from it.  Unless it is a Teddy Bridgewater knee exploding type situation.

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #32 on: February 12, 2019, 05:52:52 AM »
Someone could be getting a big steal if he falls that late. Just let him rehab for the whole year. Reward far out weighs the risk. He was a 1st round talent for sure.

Only reasons I think he could fall that far: He was caught on video punching a woman who was attacking his sister prior to enrolling at Mississippi State and a team would basically have to wait maybe 2 years for him to develop (rehabbing from injury in Y1 and Y2 is really learning & applying the playbook in NFL game action assuming he'd regain his speed/acceleration, which in itself is no small feat).

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Re: 2019 NFL Draft
« Reply #33 on: February 15, 2019, 05:33:08 AM »
Defensive Ends
01: Nick Bosa (Ohio State)
02: Clelin Ferrell (Clemson)
03: Austin Bryant (Clemson)
04: Rashan Gary (Michigan)
05: Montez Sweat (Mississippi State)
06: Oshane Ximines (Old Dominion)
07: Isaiah Buggs (Alabama)
08: Jaylon Ferguson (Louisiana Tech)
09: Chase Winovich (Michigan)
10: Zach Allen (Boston College)
11: Anthony Nelson (Iowa)
12: Joe Jackson (Miami)
13: Charles Omenihu (Texas)
14: Maxx Crosby (Eastern Michigan)
15: L.J. Collier (TCU)
16: Jalen Jelks (Oregon)
17: Shareef Miller (Penn State)
18: Carl Granderson (Wyoming)
19: Jonathan Ledbetter (Georgia)
20: John Cominsky (Charleston)