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  1. Just throwing it out there. Since they didn’t address the interior OL They could be happy with Ross Pierschbacher as backup C (ex-5th rd pick. Scouted as good for zone blocking scheme). Feeney also as a center. OG - Isiah Williams and Dru Samia (‘19 Vikes 4th round pick - athletic profile).
  2. I look at Mims (hopefully) as outside WR #3. Moore & Berrios as inside WRs 1 & 2.
  3. DQ Thomas, LB Positives: Athletic linebacker who flashes a complete game. Agile and fluid moving about the field and breaks down well. Quickly picks up coverage assignments, covers a good amount of area, and displays speed pursuing the action. Moves well laterally and sells out on the blitz but stays with his responsibilities. Resilient and effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Negatives: Easily disrupted from the action by the initial block. Does not show great force up the field despite his sack numbers. Analysis: Thomas is undersized, but he’s an explosive run-and-chase linebacker who makes a lot of tackles behind the line of scrimmage while showing ability in coverage. He’s been a solid player at Middle Tennessee and could have a home on an NFL roster as an eighth linebacker.
  4. Kent State wide receiver Keshunn Abram, agreed to a free agent deal with the New York Jets.
  5. Adams has met with the Jets and Colts. He's also receiving interest from the Browns and 49ers according to the report. He finished his senior season with 63 tackles (3.5 for loss), one sack, one interception and five pass breakups. Adams ran a 4.34 40-yard dash, posted a 10-10 in the broad jump and a 41.5-inch vertical. He's expected to be a late round draft pick.
  6. Who was the UPitt WR the Jets had in for a pre draft visit? Was he drafted? Edit: Taysir Mack Undrafted
  7. 21. Trenton Morrow | Siena Heights 6‘ 4”, 195 lbs Andrew’s Overall Ranking: 257 2020 Stats: GP 10, T 48, TFL 4, Sacks 2, Int 5, PD 3, FF 1. Andrew Wilbar: Morrow is an Ohio native who went to college at Siena Heights, a Division 2 school in my hometown of Adrian, Michigan. Morrow had an incredibly productive season in 2020 but did not make as many splash plays in 2021. He is a solid athlete who could make the back end of a roster if he can prove his worth on special teams.
  8. My two: Lindstrom from BC? Noah Elliss, DL, Idaho 6’4 360 Run stuffer.
  9. Interesting pro comparison. The two can be training camp roommates.
  10. C Mart

    Oline

    Backup OT Edoga But yes need OL in 4th
  11. Both GMs from the Ozzie Newsome tree
  12. So far. Word is he has a pec injury. Didn’t get surgery on it. Teams not happy. At least so far. I also heard last night he has knee issues.
  13. LB starters? They would be in for 1st down and then rotated out for a DB.
  14. They got the best rated safety & center. Two months ago both were being mocked into the top 10.
  15. 66% of the snaps teams are in at least nickel. It’s not the 90s NFL anymore.
  16. Ojabo. He basically would be like a 2023 top 10 pick.
  17. C Mart

    Pro Day Updates

    For Saturday via PFN: Half of the NFL represented at West Florida Pro Day The name D’Anthony Bell does not mean much to those outside the scouting community, but the small-school safety from West Florida was graded as a PFA before the season. That’s why more than a dozen teams traveled to the Sunshine State for his pro day. In total, 14 teams showed up for Bell’s pro day, including the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets, Cleveland Browns, and Jacksonville Jaguars. The safety measured 6’1″, 211 pounds. His 40 time clocked 4.45 seconds, the short shuttle in the 4.29, and the three-cone in the 6.9s. Bell completed 18 reps on the bench, touched 36 inches in the vertical jump and 10’9″ in the broad jump.
  18. Via Bob McGinn draft report AIDAN HUTCHINSON, Michigan (6-6 ½, 268, 4.76, 1): Finished second in voting for the Heisman Trophy after setting the school single-season record with 14 sacks. “I wouldn’t say he has the biggest upside,” one scout said. “But I would trust him the most for having a consistent impact. Some people say Jared Allen. Some people brought up Michael Strahan. If that’s what he is, he might be a Hall of Famer. It will be hard for him to bust unless he just gets hurt.” Was also compared by scouts to Maxx Crosby, Nick Bosa and Joey Bosa. “Kind of like a big windup toy,” a second scout said. “Good get-off and relentless chase for a big man. Little tightness in his back. Has strong arm punch and leg drive to walk back the left tackle. Also has a dip and rip running the hoop to beat them at the top of the rush.” Was a defensive lineman in a 4-3 from 2018-’20 before moving to OLB in a 3-4 last year. “In a normal NFL draft, where a couple quarterbacks are going in the top 5, Hutchinson is a fringe top-10 guy,” said a third scout. “The downside is what you see is probably what you’re going to get. There’s not a lot of upside left for him. He’s definitely a little maxed out. He played well this year. You cannot deny that. He played hard, worked hard. He’s got a lot of hand action. He’s a polished pass rusher. But, man, there are times you see him get blocked, and he’s going to get blocked a lot. He’s got a hard-charging style. He’s a culture guy.” Returned from the broken ankle that he suffered in Game 3 of 2020 for a final season and led Wolverines to a victory over Ohio State, a Big Ten championship and a berth in the CFP semifinals. “I saw his interview after the Big Ten Championship Game and I said to myself, ‘I’m taking him,’” said a fourth scout. “This kid is so confident, so mature. If his new coach says, ‘I want you to take over the locker room,’ I think he can.” Didn’t run particularly well and his arms measured merely 32 1/8 inches, alarmingly the shortest of the top 25 edge rushers. However, his short shuttle (4.15) and 3-cone (6.73) times led the position. His Wonderlic score was 23. “He’s got self-awareness and knows he’s not the greatest athlete,” said a fifth scout. “He doesn’t have things maybe the top athletes do so he compensates with other elements to make himself this really good player. That’s how he’s gotten to where he is. If you just said, ‘Go win this one-on-one rush,’ I could give you the Oregon kid or the other Michigan kid.” Finished with 160 tackles (28 for loss), 18 ½ sacks, four forced fumbles and nine passes defensed. “I know what he is,” said a sixth scout. “But you know what? In the National Football League today you’ve got to have a degree of athleticism or else you’re not going to win. You can be tricky dicky all you want but he’s not the Bosa boys.” From Plymouth, Mich.
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