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These guys please:

Beau Benzschawel, G Wisconsin

Cody Thompson, WR Toledo

Karan Higdon, RB Michigan

Brandon Hitner, C Villanova

Anthony Johnson, WR Buffalo

Stanley Morgan, WR Nebraska

Shaq Calhoun, G Mississippi State

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4 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

 

There you go an lsu db.. 

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1 minute ago, BroadwayBen said:

These guys please:

Beau Benzschawel, G Wisconsin

Cody Thompson, WR Toledo

Karan Higdon, RB Michigan

Brandon Hitner, C Villanova

Anthony Johnson, WR Buffalo

Stanley Morgan, WR Nebraska

Shaq Calhoun, G Mississippi State

I really, really want Beau B

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3 minutes ago, BroadwayBen said:

These guys please:

Beau Benzschawel, G Wisconsin

Cody Thompson, WR Toledo

Karan Higdon, RB Michigan

Brandon Hitner, C Villanova

Anthony Johnson, WR Buffalo

Stanley Morgan, WR Nebraska

Shaq Calhoun, G Mississippi State

Thompson, Higdon, Morgan are all gone. 

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22 minutes ago, sec101row23 said:

Maccagnan is loving these midget receivers.  

Gase loves them. He reminds me of the Dolphins WR Grant

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4 minutes ago, BroadwayBen said:

These guys please:

Beau Benzschawel, G Wisconsin

Cody Thompson, WR Toledo

Karan Higdon, RB Michigan

Brandon Hitner, C Villanova

Anthony Johnson, WR Buffalo

Stanley Morgan, WR Nebraska

Shaq Calhoun, G Mississippi State

Agree on Johnson.. Played with one of the worst QBs in college football (don't care that he was on some idiots draft boards). 

If you put Johnson on Oklahoma he'd be a 2-3 round pick.

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2 minutes ago, sec101row23 said:

Thompson, Higdon, Morgan are all gone. 

oops. late to the party

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39 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

 

That'll be interesting. If the kid shows something I wonder if that'll carry any weight in him sticking around. 

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Beau Benzschawel was a 3rd and 4th rounder on a few mocks I saw! I'm confused! 

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Preston Williams a Dolphin.

I knew Macc probably wouldn't touch him with the off-the-field incident with an ex-gf.

But seeing him go to Miami stings a bit...

smh

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Not gonna lie, watched some Greg Dortch clips and I’m super impressed.

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WR Greg Dortch is a slot receiver... His comp on the NFL profile site is Jamison Crowder... Teach him will Crowder! 

 

 

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we literally signed zero of the big name prospects that slide to UDFAs.

They're not even trying, folks.... they got their QB, the ticket sellers in Bell and Jamal and the rest is an afterthought...

 

This team doesn't not understand what "competition" means. You gotta bring in the best to bring out the best. 

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5 minutes ago, DMan77 said:

WR Greg Dortch is a slot receiver... His comp on the NFL profile site is Jamison Crowder... Teach him will Crowder! 

 

 

He also returns punts and Kos.  

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Just now, Paradis said:

we literally signed zero of the big name prospects that slide to UDFAs.

They're not even trying, folks.... they got their QB, the ticket sellers in Bell and Jamal and the rest is an afterthought...

 

This team doesn't not understand what "competition" means. You gotta bring in the best to bring out the best. 

Fear not.  I read that next year’s draft is rich in rbs and wrs.  By addressing the front 7 on defense this year and TE, next year we can invest premium picks on offensive skill positions.

 

or, we could draft another DL in round 1, a safety in round 2....

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17 minutes ago, kdels62 said:

Not gonna lie, watched some Greg Dortch clips and I’m super impressed.

I know right?

Dude is quick with excellent hands, Im liking this pickup alot

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18 minutes ago, Mac is a Tool said:

Can someone compile a list of all the udfa we sign, its kinda hard to keep up. Any info is also a plus

I am trying to keep this updated.  Post #41 on page 2 of this thread.

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2 minutes ago, BUM-KNEE said:

I know right?

Dude is quick with excellent hands, Im liking this pickup alot

The type of guy who could be productive when defenses are focusing on bell/enunwa/herndon/Anderson.  Quick outs/slants with wesco leading the way.

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2 minutes ago, Augustiniak said:

The type of guy who could be productive when defenses are focusing on bell/enunwa/herndon/Anderson.  Quick outs/slants with wesco leading the way.

YESSSSSSSSSSS

Good shifty retuner too!

 

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1 hour ago, UnitedWhofans said:

https://www.nfl.com/prospects/greg-dortch?id=3219444f-5279-3727-2597-c2d9a516585a

Overview
Smooth, fluid slot receiver whose smallish build is overshadowed by his toughness in the middle of the field and talent as a return man. Dortch is productive, but has issues finishing contested catches and will need to run his routes with greater focus and urgency in order to maximize separation from defenders. He has the hands and quickness to become a future starting slot, but there will be teams who scratch him from their board due to his lack of size.
Strengths
  • Responsible for 39 percent of team catches and 36.6 percent of total receiving yards
  • Toughness cannot be questioned
  • Finished a 2017 game against Louisville after puncturing small intestine
  • Plays with fluid movement skills
  • Adequate quickness to separate from breaks
  • Leverages and snaps off route to open a catch box
  • Fights back against contact at route stem
  • Catches without fear with safeties bearing down on him
  • Able to drop and rescue low throws
  • Good elusiveness after the catch
  • Talented downhill returner on both punts and kick
Weaknesses
  • Can be too nonchalant with elements of his routes
  • Lacks consistent push in the drive phase
  • Needs to get in and out of breaks with consistent quickness
  • Drifts from the turn at the top of the route
  • Frame too small for contested catches
  • Waits for throws to get to him
  • Very limited catch radius
  • Leisurely finding space against zone vs
  • Boston College
  • Relies on athleticism over technique to uncover
Sources Tell Us

"Our philosophy values production and roster versatility. When you look at his per game production during his career against what we consider quality competition and then add his return value, it pushes him up probably a good round." - NFC director of college scout

 

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25 minutes ago, Paradis said:

we literally signed zero of the big name prospects that slide to UDFAs.

They're not even trying, folks.... they got their QB, the ticket sellers in Bell and Jamal and the rest is an afterthought...

 

This team doesn't not understand what "competition" means. You gotta bring in the best to bring out the best. 

The "best" guys that went UNDRAFTED... Gotcha... 

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1 minute ago, DMan77 said:

The "best" guys that went UNDRAFTED... Gotcha... 

yes, the best. you think every player who went undrafted is exactly the same level of talent? 

I'm allowed to be disappointed, pal. 

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3 minutes ago, DMan77 said:

The "best" guys that went UNDRAFTED... Gotcha... 

He meant the best guys in the UDFA pool. 

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1 minute ago, Paradis said:

yes, the best. you think every player who went undrafted is exactly the same level of talent? 

I'm allowed to be disappointed, pal. 

Be disappointed all you want, chief. But your version of who the "best" guys are isn't the end all be all. You have no idea. No one does. To pretend like the Jets knew for 100% that one guy was better than another, and just passed or went and took a nap instead, is just silly.

Just because we think something, doesn't make it true. You make blanket and definitive statements about the team. That's not just you being disappointed, that's you drawing random conclusions because they're not doing what you think is best.

The truth is none of us know what's best. 

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3 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

He meant the best guys in the UDFA pool. 

According to who? To what? I can't stand blanket statements like that... Like there's just a undisputed cheat code list somewhere that the Jets and other teams are choosing to ignore. It's silly. 

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