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Now that we have an idea of the D and O schemes for 2021 we can Mock trying to target personnel that fit the scheme. For the D an in the Box Safety, Zone coverage and fast LBs. For the O outside Zone blocking run game with RB by committee that uses the RB with the hot hand, quick read passes and reliance on the TE. We can now Mock with this in mind. *Traded back with Cincy, but I doubt they would also include the 2022 picks to move up 3 spots.

 

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    Ja'Marr Chase
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    Pat Freiermuth
    TE Penn State
     
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    Tyson Campbell
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    Liam Eichenberg
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    Chazz Surratt
    LB North Carolina
     
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    Jabril Cox
    LB LSU
     
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    Trey Smith
    OG Tennessee
     
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    Rhamondre Stevenson
    RB Oklahoma
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    Garret Wallow
    LB TCU
     
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    Dazz Newsome
    WR North Carolina
     
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    Paris Ford
    S Pitt
     
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    Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa
    DT Notre Dame
     
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Eitienne was still available when I selected Wyatt Davis.  I thought about it but went with Davis because the combination of Davis and Tucker should make any QB and Rb better behind that O Line...I al

I really hope we can trade down for once, in all of my trade down mocks, some just once, others twice I come away with one or two 2022 1st rounders plus and end up happy with  my draft and happy with

Taking Wilson at 2 and using some trade backs to complete new O line and run game. Also add some playmakers for the O. Saleh had better be really good at D because no help will be on the way until the

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Joe Douglas Trade Back Special. Traded #2 to Cincy for 5, 38, 69 and 2022 first round; Flipped # 5 to Detroit for 7 and 41; then sent #7 to Carolina for 8 and 73.  Frankly, the Cincy deal seemed unrealistic since they were moving up only 3 space to pick a T and many evaluators seem to be concluding that the gap between Sewell and Slater may not be as large as once imagine. But, hey, I would have made the trade even with a 2022 second round pick.

Anyway, ended up with 9 in the top 100 and still picking in the top 10, with a total of 15 players. Now, that is a fresh start! I put notes below next to each selection because I realize people might not be familiar with the players even though they've seen their names thrown around on mock drafts.

 

 

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    Kyle Pitts
    TE Florida Matchup nightmare and QB safety Blanket -- Was the Mike Evans to Trask's Johnny Football i.e. he made him look way better than he really is.
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    Alex Leatherwood
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    Jayson Oweh
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    Eric Stokes
    CB Georgia 6'1" and suited for zone scheme - Likely Starter
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    Creed Humphrey
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    Chazz Surratt
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    Joe Tryon
    EDGE Washington OLB strong pass rusher. Situational sub until he proves he can be an every down OLB
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    Richie Grant
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    Tutu Atwell
    WR Louisville Size 5'9" 165lbs is a concern but believed to have clocked a 4.27 in the 40 - Faster than Tyreek Hill - supersub that takes the lid off the D when in the game.       
     
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    Trey Sermon
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    Dazz Newsome
    WR North Carolina KR/PR 50 punt returns with 1 fair catch in 3 years PRAISE JESUS!
     
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    Darius Stills
    DT West Virginia - Need more interior D lineman for 4-3 rotation, gotta stay fresh
     
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    Greg Eiland
    OG Mississippi State 6'8" 335 lbs -- How could we not pick him with the 216th pick - Even Becton has to look up to him!
     
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On 1/21/2021 at 1:10 AM, Beerfish said:

I really hope we can trade down for once, in all of my trade down mocks, some just once, others twice I come away with one or two 2022 1st rounders plus and end up happy with  my draft and happy with the player I take in the 1st round.

Some of those programs offer more than is realistic in the way of future draft pick comp. It makes sense when they are trading up for a QB or one of the top WRs, but I don't see it with the other positions.

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trade down options were limited but I ended up having a ton of mid round picks and gained some more for next year. 

Focused on zone corners, 4-3 edge players, fast lbs and added some offensive talent to fit our outside zone and west coast prinicipals

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1 minute ago, Chrebetfan80 said:

trade down options were limited but I ended up having a ton of mid round picks and gained some more for next year. 

Focused on zone corners, 4-3 edge players, fast lbs and added some offensive talent to fit our outside zone and west coast prinicipals

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I think some will be critical of me not adding a top of the line WR but i do think the jets will address this in FA so adding quality depth with upside i think is important.  Both moore and darden are on the smaller end of WR's and profile as slot guys, but with mims in the picture, pitts who is a big body, and some of the bigger WR's in FA i felt adding quality explosive players that can win in the slot and be deadly on motion from bootlegs was enticing. 

This draft is somewhat unrealistic obviously beause i was able to add really front line talent in the mid rounds but my picks i was most excited to get were moses and surratt.  Both would really help the LB core of this team, quicker LB's with plus athletic ability and off the charts football IQ. Surrat is really interesting because he was a QB at unc before moving to LB.    

Overall I think this was a really good draft to build up a base of talent, with possible high end players coming out of it, and adding another 1+2 next year. 

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41 minutes ago, Chrebetfan80 said:

trade down options were limited but I ended up having a ton of mid round picks and gained some more for next year. 

Focused on zone corners, 4-3 edge players, fast lbs and added some offensive talent to fit our outside zone and west coast prinicipals

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UNT!!! 

Also, I really feel like the Jets need an effective KR/PR. 

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36 minutes ago, Sonny Werblin said:

UNT!!! 

Also, I really feel like the Jets need an effective KR/PR. 

I traded down twice, with cincy then again to carolina.  I think the jets will look to trade down twice also, that trade down was ideal as I was targetting Pitts with the first pick to fit Kittles role in this offense.  I think two athletic TE's with Pitts and Herndon will do a lot for this offense.   I was hoping to add a FB but i really think Wesco is going to fill that role for us. 

I'm a big fan of Darden,  he had a monster year for UNT this year and is a very good return man.  Dynmaic talent.  I met his trainer a few years back through some people I talk to and he has been hyping him up to me all year.  I think he can be an asset on offense as you can move him around quite a bit, he's mainly a slot guy but you can line him up in the backfield, slot, and maybe even outside here or there.  His quick twitch is insane, he gets in and out of breaks so easily and can accelerate to top speed fast while stopping on a dime afterwards.  Only issue is he basically fills the same role as berrios in this offense, but I think will time faster and is more twitchy in my eyes.  however berrios is certianly a much thicker build.  Either way a late round flyer for a dynamic talent for the return game is good value in my eyes. 

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Traded down twice and still got Wilson at 14.

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    Zach Wilson
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    Rashod Bateman
    WR Minnesota
     
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    Pat Freiermuth
    TE Penn State
     
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    Jaelan Phillips
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    Dillon Radunz
    OT North Dakota State
     
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    Tylan Wallace
    WR Oklahoma State
     
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    Kenneth Gainwell
    RB Memphis
     
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    Tyree Gillespie
    S Missouri
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    Victor Dimukeje
    EDGE Duke
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    Aaron Banks
    OG Notre Dame
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    Trey Lance
    QB North Dakota State
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    Kwity Paye
    EDGE Michigan
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    Rashod Bateman
    WR Minnesota
     
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    Nick Bolton
    LB Missouri
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    Creed Humphrey
    OC Oklahoma
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    Liam Eichenberg
    OT Notre Dame
     
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    Deonte Brown
    OG Alabama
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    Jackson Carman
    OT Clemson
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    Joe Tryon
    EDGE Washington
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    Kenny Yeboah
    TE Mississippi
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    Marvin Wilson
    DT Florida State
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A couple of trade backs which provide great assets for the 2022 draft... 
 
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    Rashod Bateman
    WR Minnesota
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    Zaven Collins
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    Pat Freiermuth
    TE Penn State
     
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    Jayson Oweh
    EDGE Penn State
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    Liam Eichenberg
    OT Notre Dame
     
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    Talanoa Hufanga
    S USC
     
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    Ambry Thomas
    CB Michigan
     
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    Ben Cleveland
    OG Georgia
     
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    Kary Vincent Jr.
    CB LSU
     
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    Trey Hill
    OC Georgia
     
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    Tamorrion Terry
    WR Florida State
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    Erroll Thompson
    LB Mississippi State
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    Pooka Williams
    RB Kansas
     
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    Rashod Bateman
    WR Minnesota
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    Samuel Cosmi
    OT Texas
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    Jaelan Phillips
    EDGE Miami (FL)
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    Asante Samuel Jr.
    CB Florida State
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    Patrick Jones
    EDGE Pitt
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    Deonte Brown
    OG Alabama
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    Josh Myers
    OC Ohio State
     
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    Tylan Wallace
    WR Oklahoma State
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    Elijah Moore
    WR Mississippi
     
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    Tommy Tremble
    TE Notre Dame
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    Cameron McGrone
    LB Michigan
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    Kenneth Gainwell
    RB Memphis
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    Merlin Robertson
    LB Arizona State
     
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    Kary Vincent Jr.
    CB LSU
     
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    Shi Smith
    WR South Carolina
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    Deommodore Lenoir
    CB Oregon
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    D'Ante Smith
    OT East Carolina
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This draft fascinated me!  I know it is a pipe dream but Wow! If this offensive line came to Fruition, it would be like the Cowboys from the 90's. I also realize Pitts will not last until the second round.  If I knew Gainwell was going to be there in round 4 I would have gone a different direction with Javonte Williams.

2: R1 P2 OT Penei Sewell - Oregon
23: R1 P23 LB Micah Parsons - Penn State
34: R2 P2 TE Kyle Pitts - Florida
66: R3 P2 RB Javonte Williams - North Carolina
86: R3 P22 WR Terrace Marshall Jr. - LSU
104: R4 P2 RB Kenneth Gainwell - Memphis
143: R5 P2 OT Daniel Faalele - Minnesota
151: R5 P10 CB Israel Mukuamu - South Carolina
181: R6 P2 WR Nico Collins - Michigan
245: R7 P23 QB Ian Book - Notre Dame
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4 hours ago, NYDreamer said:

This draft fascinated me!  I know it is a pipe dream but Wow! If this offensive line came to Fruition, it would be like the Cowboys from the 90's. I also realize Pitts will not last until the second round.  If I knew Gainwell was going to be there in round 4 I would have gone a different direction with Javonte Williams.

2: R1 P2 OT Penei Sewell - Oregon
23: R1 P23 LB Micah Parsons - Penn State
34: R2 P2 TE Kyle Pitts - Florida
66: R3 P2 RB Javonte Williams - North Carolina
86: R3 P22 WR Terrace Marshall Jr. - LSU
104: R4 P2 RB Kenneth Gainwell - Memphis
143: R5 P2 OT Daniel Faalele - Minnesota
151: R5 P10 CB Israel Mukuamu - South Carolina
181: R6 P2 WR Nico Collins - Michigan
245: R7 P23 QB Ian Book - Notre Dame

What website did you do that draft on?

Pitts is going top 12 in the draft.

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28 minutes ago, RedBeardedSavage said:

Really, really like this one:

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FYI the trade down compensation:

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Really like trading down with ATL. They get the QB, we stay in a spot to get Chase, Sewell, or DeVonta.

Who did the Fins take in this draft? Surprised they'd pass on Sewell.

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    DeVonta Smith
    WR Alabama
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    Rashawn Slater
    OT Northwestern
     
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    Zaven Collins
    LB Tulsa
     
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    Patrick Jones
    EDGE Pitt
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    Josh Myers
    OC Ohio State
     
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    Tylan Wallace
    WR Oklahoma State
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    Ambry Thomas
    CB Michigan
     
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    Kenny Yeboah
    TE Mississippi
     
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    Marvin Wilson
    DT Florida State
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    Ben Cleveland
    OG Georgia
     
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    Kary Vincent Jr.
    CB LSU
     
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    Jaret Patterson
    RB Buffalo
     
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    Pooka Williams
    RB Kansas
     
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    DeVonta Smith
    WR Alabama
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    Samuel Cosmi
    OT Texas
     
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    Najee Harris
    RB Alabama
     
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    Terrace Marshall Jr.
    WR LSU
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    Landon Dickerson
    OC Alabama
     
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    Tylan Wallace
    WR Oklahoma State
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    Hunter Long
    TE Boston College
     
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    Cameron McGrone
    LB Michigan
     
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    Kary Vincent Jr.
    CB LSU
     
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    Charles Snowden
    LB Virginia
     
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    Malcolm Koonce
    EDGE Buffalo
     
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    Chris Rumph II
    EDGE Duke
     
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12 - Jaylen Waddle - WR

18 - Rashawn Slater - OT/OG

23 - Najee Harris - RB

34 - Kadarius Toney - WR

66 - Landon Dickerson - C

86 - Halanoa Hufunga - S

100 - Ambry Thomas - CB

132 - Payton Turner - DE

140 -Merlin Robertson - LB

164 - Thomas Graham  - CB

216 - Mustafa Johnson - DT

2022 - SF 1st

2022 - SF 2nd

2022 - Mia 2nd

 

 

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Traded down from 2-3 w/Miami, then 3-12 w/SF and grabbed Lance at 12.

 

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    Trey Lance
    QB North Dakota State
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    Patrick Surtain II
    CB Alabama
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    Kadarius Toney
    WR Florida
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    Rashod Bateman
    WR Minnesota
     
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    Wyatt Davis
    OG Ohio State
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    Josh Myers
    OC Ohio State
     
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    Jackson Carman
    OT Clemson
     
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    Quincy Roche
    EDGE Miami (FL)
     
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    Aashari Crosswell
    S Arizona State
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MIA

Received:

  • Pick 2 - Penei Sewell
  • Pick 141
NYJ

Received:

  • Pick 3
  • Pick 18
SF

Received:

  • Pick 3 - Justin Fields
NYJ

Received:

  • Pick 12
  • Pick 43
  • 2022 SF 1st

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PIT

Received:

  • Pick 23 - Travis Etienne
NYJ

Received:

  • Pick 24
  • Pick 122
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Unrealistic 13 player draft but liked most of it.  Ended up getting the Eagle's 1st in 2022, 1st in 2023, and the Lion's 3rd in 2022.  Also, could possibly trade Darnold for a 2021 or 2022 pick.

QB: Wilson

RB: Harris

WR: Marshall, Felton (though listed as a HB)

TE: Long

OL: Vera-Tucker, Humphrey

EDGE: Perkins, Toney

CB: Surtain, Adebo

LB: Moses, Britt

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