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  1. One thing does not get talked about enough is Sam's ability to throw guys open. Most QBs have just enough talent to throw when a guy gets open. Sam has the vision and timing/coordination to throw guys open. This aspect of his game is huge. As long as our WRs can break the press man coverage and get off the line, they will see he ball. Plus, if the line can block for more than the paltry half seconds from last year, the routes might have time to open the field. With all of the speed and size that we have accumulated, coupled with both Herndon and Griffin, this team will cause matchup problems. This should provide reasonable opportunities for our young guys to learn whilst the vets can shine. Yes, this is a lot of IFs, but this is a helluva lot better than what we have seen for years.
  2. https://www.newsday.com/sports/football/jets/c-j-mosley-quinnen-williams-jets-injuries-1.36116238 Exactly! The guy sprained his ankle in the first game of the season and was in a walking boot. Kinda hard to show your speed and to anchor in the trenches with a high ankle sprain. If now fully healed and after a full year in an NFL strength program, we should finally see the beast that we drafted.
  3. Cincinnati drafted Willis, who does seem to be the the kind of freak the OP spoke of, ranking 13th of all 649 players drafted at that position over the last 20 years. That begs the question, why hasnt it translated to the field? By comparison, the Jets drafted a bunch of slugs. However, Adams talent has shown through...
  4. https://www.thehuddlereport.com/blog/?p=1046 I had never heard anything about this guy before reading this article, but if what he says comes true, Douglas has hit the ball out of the park! I originally voted Berrios, Smith and Doctson but changed my mind, switching Cager for Doctson (assuming that Cager is healthy).. Lawrence Cager WR Georgia by Drew Boylhart • April 6, 2020 STRENGTHS Lawrence is a tall, strong, fluid athlete. He has those long strides that make it very difficult for defensive backs to keep up with him despite the fact they may be faster. He has the athletic talent to adjust to the ball in the air and the excellent hands to catch those acrobatic, contested and difficult passes. Lawrence does a good job blocking for his teammates. He is a pass-catching machine in the red zone and will move the chains on third downs but what he brings with him is the ability to catch the deep ball in the air, above his defender when everyone in the stadium knows that the play is going to him. Lawrence is a clever and cagy route runner, using his size when he needs to but mostly, using his long legs and long strides to his advantage also. If a team is looking for a receiver to build your offensive passing game around than Lawrence should be on that team’s raider for sure. He as talent, that reminds me of Buccaneers Mike Evens. CONCERNS Lawrence has been hurt a lot, and although he has played with some injuries his medicals will be the one issue that will hold teams back from selecting him as high as I have him rated. He only played a few games this year for Georgia after transferring from Miami. That being said, he is the type of player that made the hair on the back of my head stand up the first time I saw him catch the ball. BOTTOM LINE 2.64 The team that selects Lawrence might have to Red Shirt him for a year and get this kid healthy. Then after that happens he will, of course, go through a learning phase and a competition level phase, and that could set him back a bit too. Of course, during all of that time, you have to hope he doesn’t get another injury that slows his future progress. Of course, if he does get injured at the next level you might not see this kid hit the field in his first contract years. Lawrence has talent like the Buccaneers WR Mike Evans. Mike was selected in the first round but he wasn’t injured and we had a normal Draft process that year so the medicals on Mike were completed. Add to that, the talent at the receiver position in this draft and you can see what Lawrence is up against. As far as I’m concerned if, his ankle injury that kept him off the field for most of the 2019 year for Georgia, is not a chronic issue than selecting him as early as the first round would be a given. But this year everything is in flux so let’s take a hard look at what most teams are looking at if they want to select Lawrence. First of all, there is a lack of production and more than one injury that cannot be confirmed how they will affect his play in the future. That being said, Lawrence does have the size, strength, hands, and overall athletic talent to move the chains, catch the deep ball, and be a weapon in the red zone. You do the math and come up with a round you would select Lawrence in. Remember, if he is healthy, he has the potential to be the Offensive Rookie of the year. I’m on record here and I say second round.
  5. Apparently, no other collegiate WR caught more contested passes than Mims from 2017-2019.
  6. Thanks! How did you do that? Can you pls send me a sidenote. Much appreciated!
  7. Also, there is this vid of his route running: https://youtu.be/IXL8KiiXkHE
  8. https://youtu.be/n3uoh4Q331k LOL! I hope so too! Thx for the feedback...How do I embed the vid with the picture from youtube?
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3uoh4Q331k&feature=emb_rel_end This is an extremely detailed film assessment of Mim's game from Matt Waldman, a noted fantasy football analyst. If you have any doubts about Mims, watch this to allay your fears. I think he and Sam will make a great team!
  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke4Ke_eFBwQ&feature=emb_rel_end Wow! The shortest punt in this clip was 46 yds... longest 71. Consistently in the mid 50s with timed kicks averaging 5+ seconds!
  11. Also 191 & 211 in the 6th round
  12. Agreed. Neither might be the most polished route runners but they are two of the fastest guys in the league.
  13. Also note that Perriman not only fits the speed and athleticism profile, but has very similar measurables to Mims. This alone should make the JETS much more difficult to defend.

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