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  1. 10 days out! CeeDee to me looks like a superstar but 1 of the 4 OT's would really be solidifying for the O-Line Which mock do you favor?!? WR rd1 11: R1P11 WR CEEDEE LAMB OKLAHOMA 48: R2P16 CB JAYLON JOHNSON UTAH 68: R3P4 EDGE BRADLEE ANAE UTAH 79: R3P15 G SHANE LEMIEUX OREGON 120: R4P14 RB CAM AKERS FLORIDA STATE 158: R5P12 WR COLIN JOHNSON TEXAS 191: R6P12 OT CAMERON CLARK CHARLOTTE 211: R6P32 OT CALVIN THROCKMORTON OREGON OT rd1 11: R1P11 OT MEKHI BECTON LOUISVILLE 48: R2P16 C CESAR RUIZ MICHIGAN 68: R3P4 WR MICHAEL PITTMAN JR USC 79: R3P15 WR DEVIN DUVERNAY TEXAS 120: R4P14 CB DAMON ARNETTE OHIO STATE 158: R5P12 RB ANTONIO GIBSON MEMPHIS 191: R6P12 EDGE JASON STROWBRIDGE NORTH CAROLINA 211: R6P32 OT CAMERON CLARK CHARLOTTE
  2. The Jets are bringing back CB Arthur Maulet on a one-year contract, per source. This is a good depth signing for the Jets. He knows Gregg Williams' system and can start in a pinch. In fact, he started six games last season. The Jets need corners. Current depth chart: Brian Poole, Bless Austin, Maulet, Nate Hairston and Darryl Roberts, whose roster spot is tenuous. They have to make a decision on Roberts before Sunday, when a $2M guarantee kicks in. Cimini recent tweet Darryl Roberts decision will happen this weekend seems like See what happens in the CB room from there!
  3. If we go O-Line to start! 1: R1P11 OT JEDRICK WILLS JR.ALABAMA 2: R2P16 CB JAYLON JOHNSON UTAH 3: R3P4 WR CHASE CLAYPOOL NOTRE DAME 4: R3P15 C CESAR RUIZ MICHIGAN 5: R4P14 RB CAM AKERS FLORIDA ST. 6: R5P12 EDGE NICK COE AUBURN 7: R6P12 CB LAVERT HILL MICHIGAN 8: R6P32 WR JOHN HIGHTOWER BOISE ST.
  4. Yeah it was Okudah or the O-Line guys at 11 consensus is Okudah is an elite prospect 3-4 of the OT's will be gone by then I'd have to imagine but who knows Kindley and probably Willie Gay most likely off the board earlier agreed Literally forgot about Herndon while drafting lol should have been another WR there Antonio Gibson like him a lot! Jaylen Samuels type
  5. First round: 1: R1P1 QB JOE BURROW CINCINNATI BENGALS 2: R1P2 EDGE CHASE YOUNG WASHINGTON REDSKINS 3: R1P3 DL DERRICK BROWN DETROIT LIONS 4: R1P4 LB ISAIAH SIMMONS NEW YORK GIANTS 5: R1P5 QB TUA TAGOVAILOA MIAMI DOLPHINS 6: R1P6 QB JUSTIN HERBERT LA CHARGERS 7: R1P7 DL JAVON KINLAW CAROLINA PANTHERS 8: R1P8 OT ANDREW THOMAS ARIZONA CARDINALS 9: R1P9 WR CEEDEE LAMB JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 10: R1P10 OT TRISTAN WIRFS CLEVELAND BROWNS 11: R1P11 CB JEFF OKUDAH NEW YORK JETS 12: R1P12 WR HENRY RUGGS III LAS VEGAS RAIDERS 13: R1P13 CB CJ HENDERSON SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 14: R1P14 WR JERRY JEUDY TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 15: R1P15 OT MEKHI BECTON DENVER BRONCOS 16: R1P16 S XAVIER MCKINNEY ATLANTA FALCONS 17: R1P17 WR JUSTIN JEFFERSON DALLAS COWBOYS 18: R1P18 OT JEDRICK WILLS JR. MIAMI DOLPHINS 19: R1P19 EDGE K'LAVON CHAISSON LAS VEGAS RAIDERS 20: R1P20 CB JAYLON JOHNSON JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 21: R1P21 LB PATRICK QUEEN PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 22: R1P22 OT AUSTIN JACKSON MINNESOTA VIKINGS 23: R1P23 QB JORDAN LOVE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 24: R1P24 WR TEE HIGGINS NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 25: R1P25 CB JEFF GLADNEY MINNESOTA VIKINGS 26: R1P26 WR JALEN REAGOR MIAMI DOLPHINS 27: R1P27 EDGE YETUR GROSS-MATOS SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 28: R1P28 LB KENNETH MURRAY BALTIMORE RAVENS 29: R1P29 CB KRISTIAN FULTON TENNESSEE TITANS 30: R1P30 OT JOSH JONES GREEN BAY PACKERS 31: R1P31 WR CHASE CLAYPOOL SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 32: R1P32 DL A.J. EPENESA KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Jets recap: 11: R1P11 - CB JEFF OKUDAH OHIO STATE 48: R2P16 - WR DENZEL MIMS BAYLOR 68: R3P4 - OT SAAHDIQ CHARLES LSU 79: R3P15 - EDGE CURTIS WEAVER BOISE STATE 120: R4P14 - TE THADDEUS MOSS LSU 158: R5P12 - LB WILLIE GAY, JR. MISSISSIPPI STATE 191: R6P12 - G SOLOMON KINDLEY GEORGIA 211: R6P32 - RB MIKE WARREN CINCINNATI I'd take it! #BuildThroughTheDraft
  6. Regarding the D-Line, Cimini tweets this morning: By retaining NT Steve McLendon, the #Jets starting D-line remains intact. It could get a big addition in the draft (Quinnen Williams). Depth chart: DE: Leonard Williams, Henry Anderson, Nathan Shepherd, Bronson Kaufusi, Charles Tapper DT: McLendon, Folorunso Fatukasi
  7. DE/Edge Jordan Jenkins and Darron Lee incumbents (Leonard and Henry in the trenches, Mosley and Williamson manning the middle) CB opposite T Johnson (Adams, Maye, D Roberts deep) Center O-Line still needs some work (Beachum/Osemele on the leftside, Beachum last year of contract, Winters/Shell rightside) Hopefully Macc is on the phone with the Giants about 6 and 17. If not: Targets: 1st round #3: Bosa, Josh Allen, Montez Sweat, Rashan Gary? Jonah Williams? Greedy Williams? 3rd round #68, #94 and 4th round #104: C Erik McCoy, CB Julian Love, CB Rock Ya-Sin, CB Saivion Smith, CB Lonnie Johnson, DE Joe Jackson, DE Jaylon Ferguson
  8. No one really lit it up like in recent years (John Ross, Byron Jones) could be why minimal buzz. Think the fastest 40 was 4.29 a no name DB. No RB really flew. Montez Sweat did well for himself, moved up boards Devin White LB LSU nice showing Justice Hill 4.40 really nice time Parris Cambell 4.31 was flying DK as you mentioned
  9. Seems unlikely but man I'd run to the podium so fast! Fanspeak / Matt Miller / difficult: Top 10 was: Poor picks for Oakland, Green Bay and Washington IMO + no Kyler inside top 15
  10. thanks for posting. Leonard and Quinnen would be formidable. but man do we need an Edge rusher. Raiders killed this too.
  11. lock first rounder if he enters not saying right or wrong, but the hype and the way the league is going, he will be a first rounder Twitter swirling this afternoon he returns to OU tho! seems like the worst of the 3 options........
  12. Easton Stick North Dakota St better than all of 'em
  13. was way more impressed with #8 Joshua Jacobs on monday night over #34 Damien Harris
  14. The Athletic's Dane Brugler called Alabama senior RB Damien Harris a "not-as-dynamic version of Ezekiel Elliott." Harris (5'11/215) can "do a little bit everything" and is asked to do more as a pass blocker than almost all college running backs. Zeke, of course, was considered a no-brainer first-rounder after securing a 94th percentile Speed Score at the combine, and that's not something anyone is expecting for Harris. A senior with leadership experience, Harris is considered a Day 2 prospect that can fit into many roles at the NFL level. yep
  15. Sports Day reports that Texas A&M junior RB Trayveon Williams will declare for the 2019 NFL Draft. Williams (5'9/200) set the Texas A&M single-season rushing yards record after piling up 1,760 yards on 271 carries (6.5 YPC). The best offensive player on the field for some of his games this season, Williams was a threat for a long touchdown every time he touched the ball. Williams ended up racking up 18 touchdown runs, but he also showed a receiving ability, catching 27-of-39 targets for 278 yards and a score. In what many analysts view as a weak running back class, Williams has a chance to be a top-five RB and a Day 2 selection with a good combine. my guy!
  16. December top 10 for McShay: Nick Bosa Quinnen Williams Devin White Greedy Williams Rashan Gary Derrick Brown Ed Oliver Deonte Thompson Clelin Ferrell Devin Bush not a single player on offense, wow
  17. nice list Paradis! Dex Williams is gonna fly up boards. some off-field stuff with him though. couple of my early thoughts: -Trayveon Williams if he declares will be a riser. Not a tall/power back, but led SEC in rushing and dangerous pass catcher -David Montgomery is my favorite prospect but will need to run a good 40 to solidify himself. Also not officially declared -Singletary is a baller don't care about size makes plays and sheds tacklers -Damien Harris is a meh for me. Mark Ingram, Derrick Henry, Kenyan Drake, Bo Scarborough, Eddie Lacy, --- long list of one-trick ponies there. Scouting community has comp'ed him to Doug Martin -Bryce Love a Chris Johnson speedster shifty/quick type wonder if he can run 4.4 -Snell/Henderson nice prospects -Weber/Scott/Gaskin solid not special
  18. if we're talking speed guys........ HOLLYWOODDDDDD
  19. Colorado State redshirt junior WR Preston Williams has announced that he will enter the 2019 NFL Draft. Williams (6'4/210) was highly productive in his lone season at Colorado State, posting a receiving line of 96-1,345-14. For his efforts the Tennessee transfer earned first team All-Mountain West honors, and now he'll turn his attention to the next level. The Draft Network cited Williams' physical tools in its breakdown, but noted that he is "not an especially polished route-runner." That being said he is considered to be one of the better draft-eligible wideouts heading into the 2019 draft.
  20. Iowa State junior RB David Montgomery forced 14 missed tackles in Saturday's 27-24 win over Drake. Montgomery is only six missed tackles away from Devin Singletary, the leader this season. Montgomery is looking to lead the FBS in missed tackles again after finishing with the most last season. He also recorded 118 of his 145 total rushing yards after contact. Montgomery has proven over that past two seasons that he refuses to go down on first contact. He will likely play in one last game for the Cyclones before declaring for the NFL Draft. He has a legitimate chance to be the first running back off the board.
  21. bump is SAR ready to apologize?
  22. According to Injury Predictor, Georgia RB Sony Michel tore his ACL in 2011. This was well before Michel his the college level, but lately buzz has built that teams are concerned about Michel's knee. The star running back also has a broken shoulder blade and fractured left forearm on his history as well. Source: Injury Predictor on Twitter Apr 24 - 10:28 AM
  23. worst post in the history of this forum
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