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Marshmello

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  1. Josh Norris had the most accurate mock draft last hear. Hutchinson 👀
  2. Just did some digging. These were the only safeties that visited the Jets. I believe Carpenter is being converted to LB. https://walterfootball.com/prospectMeetings/byteam Percy Butler, Safety, La.-Lafayette (PRI) Tariq Carpenter, Safety, Georgia Tech (WOR) Lewis Cine, Safety, Georgia (PRI) PRI - Private visit. Prospect making an official 30 visit. WOR - Private Workout. Members of an organization working out a player in private.
  3. Interesting stat. Would love to get Cine with one of the 2nd round picks.
  4. Greg Cosell thinks Johnson is the best pass rusher in this draft class.
  5. Greg Cosell's analysis on this year's class. His top 3 are Trey Burks, Garrett Wilson and Jameson Williams. Also says that Pickens is one of most intriguing prospects in the draft and says he could argue that he's a much better prospect than Drake London.
  6. Daniel Jeremiah has him going #9 in his latest mock draft. Pick 9 Jermaine Johnson II Florida State · Edge · Senior (RS) Johnson continues to check every box. He followed up a productive fall with a dominant week at the Senior Bowl. Denver could draft a QB but there are veteran options available.
  7. Dan Brugler has Walker as his #6 rated prospect in his updated list he released last week. 6. Travon Walker, edge, Georgia (6-5, 275) I know I’m higher on Walker than most, but I’m okay with that — I’m betting on his rare traits. He has impressive movement skills for a 275-pounder, including an explosive first step to shoot through gaps, cross the face of blockers or chase down plays. He wasn’t asked to be a consistent outside rusher in the Bulldogs’ scheme, but that helped him develop into a strong run defender, disengaging and leveraging blocks. Walker is still developing his sequencing plan as a pass rusher, but he has freaky athletic traits for his size and offers the natural power and length to consistently win his matchups. He projects as a scheme-diverse end with the ceiling to be one of the best NFL defenders from this draft class.
  8. At 10 I would have to really think about it, So many edge rushers this year but i think he would compliment Lawson well. Saw this on twitter.
  9. The behind scenes on the Elijah Moore pick were pretty cool. I wonder who from the senior bowl the coaches were making comments about.
  10. By April. All of the mocks are going to be very similar to this one.
  11. Damn, was hoping we could get him on Day 2. Impressive kid on and off the field. From Bruce Feldmans college Footballs freak list: 17. Boye Mafe, Minnesota, defensive end He’s put on more than 50 pounds since arriving at Minnesota and weighs 263 now, up from 260 last year. Mafe (4.5 sacks in six games in 2020) says he did a lot of single-leg work this offseason in hopes of improving his footwork. His weight-room numbers are impressive; now the key is to take a guy who has vertical jumped 40.5 inches, broad jumped 10-6, run the 40 in 4.57 and power cleaned 400 pounds to make a lot more plays on the field.
  12. Brugler had this in an article that came out today. https://theathletic.com/3111794/2022/02/04/nfl-draft-from-kenny-pickett-to-jalen-pitre-senior-bowl-practice-winners-at-every-position/ Tight End: Jeremy Ruckert, Ohio State (6-5, 250) Even though he missed Thursday’s practice with a minor injury, Ruckert impressed during the first two days. He is smooth in his routes to uncover downfield, and his ball skills were on display, consistently snaring throws away from his frame. Although Colorado State’s Trey McBride is the favorite to be the first tight end drafted, that isn’t a consensus opinion around the league, and Ruckert is very much in the mix. A pair of “F” tight ends (tight ends who play more as receivers or H-backs) who looked good this week and are also in the early round discussion are Coastal Carolina’s Isaiah Likely and UCLA’s Greg Dulcich.
  13. UCLA TE Greg Dulcich Dulcich was the most impressive tight end during the week. He can run and separate from defenders. I think that was the difference between him and the rest of the group at the position. He made some big plays. Trey McBride was my top-rated TE coming into the week, but Dulcich looked like the more explosive player.
  14. Do we take a wr at 10 and if so which one? Rank 9 Garrett Wilson Ohio State · WR · Junior Wilson is a highly competitive wideout with route polish and excellent run-after-catch ability. He doesn't have elite speed, but gets to his top speed very quickly in the route. He is very crisp at the the top of routes, creating a lot of separation. The Ohio State product makes several plays above the rim and really plays much bigger than his size (6 foot, 188 pounds). He does have a few concentration drops, but I believe that is correctable. Wilson is at his best after the catch, as he can make defenders miss, power through tackles or utilize a stiff arm. I love his competitive nature. Overall, Wilson has a complete skill set and reminds me of Stefon Diggs. Rank 10 Drake London USC · WR · Junior London is a jumbo-sized wideout with a rare catch radius and outstanding toughness. He has lined up outside and in the slot. He doesn't have ideal speed, but he's very quick off the line and at the top of his route. He is a nuanced route runner, and it's impressive to see how quickly he can get in and out of breaks at his size (6-5, 210). He dominates on 50/50 balls, making spectacular grabs (SEE: Colorado game). London understands how to use his big body to shield off defenders before attacking the ball. After the catch, he seeks out contact and fights for extra yards. He plays with an edge as a blocker, as well. Overall, some will have concern with his lack of top speed, but he reminds me of Mike Williams coming out of Clemson. Rank 11 Treylon Burks Arkansas · WR · Junior Burks is a big (6-3, 225), physical wideout with outstanding run-after-catch ability. He was used in a variety of alignments in the Razorbacks' offense -- outside, in the slot, at running back and as a Wildcat QB. He caught a lot of bubbles, slants and flat routes. Arkansas liked to get the ball in his hands as soon as possible to let him display his speed and physicality after the catch. He wasn't asked to run a full complement of routes, but he's a fluid athlete and should be able to do more at the next level. He likes to cradle-catch balls on his frame, which leads to some drops, but he flashes the ability to high point and finish. Burks will need some time to develop, but he has A.J. Brown-type upside.
  15. Interesting. https://www.nfl.com/news/daniel-jeremiah-s-top-50-2022-nfl-draft-prospect-rankings-1-0
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