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Jets select: Ezra Cleveland, OT Boise St. @RobR is OTC @32EBoozer is on deck

New York Jets select: A.J. Dillon - RB - Boston College   @Patriot Killa is up

Packers select Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor. @SAM SAM HE'S OUR MAN is up for teh 49ers.  @maury77 on deck for the Chiefs.  

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With the 98th pick the Patriots select:

Edge Jonathan Greenard, University of Florida

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Dante Fowler
Athletic, intelligent edge defender with enticing flashes as both a run defender and pass rusher. Greenard's plus get-off and ability to bend and corner the edge are predictive traits for success as an NFL rusher but he'll need a more reliable go-to counter as a pro. He's tough and aware at the point of attack and plays with consistent leverage and motor. Edge defenders need forceful hands to set edges and open doors as a pass rusher and his hesitation to unleash his right hand after suffering a major wrist injury in 2018 is a concern. If his hesitation is more mental than physical, he should become an eventual starter in either an odd or even front.
  • Worker-bee off the field and willing to play with pain
  • Plays quick, loose and reactive football
  • Explosive hips fire him upfield into his rush
  • Bends well to rip-and-run the edge under redirect blocks
  • Stutters and jukes his way from edge to edge
  • Works back under when rush stalls at the top
  • Instinctive footwork in cornering and playing off/around blocks
  • Upper body strength to punch and separate on the edge
  • Lateral agility for sudden tackles away from his gap
  • Doesn't stall out in change of direction
  • Subtle shoulder turn to slip tackles
  • Looks to tackle football and cause fumbles
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The New England Patriots Select:


ILB Logan Wilson,  Wyoming


Ultra-productive three-year team captain with instincts and cover talent to find work as an every-down linebacker. His play recognition, burst and lateral agility help him play faster than his timed speed and his fundamentals as a tackler are as good as you'll find in this draft. Wilson needs more consistency of approach at taking on blocks and it may take him a minute to adjust to NFL game speed. He should be a core special teams member early, but possesses the tangibles and intangibles to become a productive pro as an inside or SAM (strong-side) linebacker.
  • Well-built with ability to play MIKE or SAM linebacker
  • Plays and excels on all three downs
  • Alert and instinctive pre- and post-snap
  • Rarely trapped behind climbing blocks on stretch plays
  • Shoots into backside zone gaps looking to make a play
  • Quick diagnosis improves range as tackler
  • Bends and squares to leverage his gap
  • Elite fundamentals as a tackler
  • Comes to balance and springs into runners like a bear trap
  • Impressive recognition and ball skills from zone
  • Athletic ability to handle some man coverage
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