Post by goldenratio on Feb 15, 2020 15:20:11 GMT -5
S terell burgess, said to be one of pffs top slot cb/S options in the draft... well pff also says he can "versatile" according to this article. It is said that players from Utah are well coached....>>>>
Post by goldenratio on Feb 15, 2020 18:16:09 GMT -5
under the radar OT cameron clark. IDK why this guy isn't getting more media love? IF e1 else is going to sleep on him, we'll take him in mid to later rounds.. why not? he finishes plays and body slams some dudes .. and he is doing it against Clemson in 2019... that guy is a sleeper if you ask me
: Clark started at left tackle for Charlotte. Team sources singled out Clark as a player who helped himself at the East-West Shrine and is worthy of getting drafted on Day 3 of the 2020 NFL Draft. Clark (6-4, 300) has a strong build with some athleticism and quickness. With his upside, Clark could be a nice developmental backup who grows into being a contributor.
8/17/19: Clark has started the past couple of seasons and played well enough to earn a spot on NFL teams' preseason watch list. He is light and undersized for the NFL, so it would be wise for him to add weight and strength to compete at the next level.
Post by goldenratio on Feb 16, 2020 10:50:05 GMT -5
stock up stock down report from matt miller: talks about kristian fulton...says it could have been injuries that explained some of his struggles... so the combine will be huge for him... if he tests well and it was only the injuries that held him back he could arguably be as good as their is at the cb position...OTOH if he test poorly in agility and speed he could fall out of favor.... the combine does have it's uses!
also says OT tyrie phillips is a bulldozer power run OT or OG type that could work for a team looking for that.
finally matt says antoine brooks is a sleeper at free safety.>>>>>
As our NFL Draft 400 project seriously gets underway, I'm spending my days watching 2019 game tape that was slow to come in during the season. Up first this week was LSU—a team with so many prospects that there is a backlog to watch the same game multiple times for each player.
Kristian Fulton was touted early in the process as a Round 1 cornerback, and he might be once we get through testing and interviews, but on tape there are enough concerns to bump him out of my top 32 players.
Fulton likes to play physical football at the top of a receiver's route stem, but he's too handsy there because of a lack of recovery speed. He was often playing banged up in 2019, which could contribute to his lack of burst, but Fulton could be knocked if he performs poorly in agility and speed drills at the NFL Scouting Combine later this month.
With the cornerback class solid at the top and then featuring a cluster of Tier 2 players, Fulton is fighting for positioning with guys like Jeff Gladney (TCU), Jaylon Johnson (Utah), A.J. Terrell (Clemson), Stanford Samuels III (FSU), Trevon Diggs (Alabama), Noah Igbinoghene (Auburn) and Cameron Dantzler (Miss. State).
4. Stock Up
As the NFL embraces the power running game again, one player who stands to benefit is Mississippi State's Tyre Phillips.
A tackle for the Bulldogs, Phillips has the power to play either the right side on a run-heavy team or own the interior. He would be a right tackle fit for the Baltimore Ravens or Tennessee Titans, for example, but other teams will love his physicality in the tight spaces of the interior line.
Phillips is a 6'5", 345-pound piledriver with a Round 3 grade on my updated big board.
3. Sleeper of the Week
The 2020 safety class is really good, which means it's easy to overlook or not discuss every player to the extent they deserve. I believe that's the case with Maryland's Antoine Brooks Jr.
Butch Dill/Associated Press A 5'11", 215-pound senior, Brooks has range but also heady tackling skills that project him as a starter-level player with further development of his instincts and diagnosis skills. He's versatile in that he can walk up into the box or play back in the defensive backfield, but that could lead teams to wonder where his true fit is. That's why development might be needed, but once Brooks finds a home, he could provide a legitimate impact at strong safety.
Post by goldenratio on Feb 16, 2020 11:29:37 GMT -5
Netani Muti OL is profiled in the article. Also is his youtube cut up tape against good competition in USC from 2019
Netane Muti has played both tackle and guard, but projects as one of the best interior linemen in this draft class. He has the athleticism to play tackle if necessary, but his greatest upside is on the interior. A team might even try him at center, but he has the potential to be an elite athlete for a guard. When he is on the field he has a very well-rounded game with few flaws
Post by goldenratio on Feb 16, 2020 15:08:04 GMT -5
Is Tyler huntley the sleeper QB this year? If they eave him on the board for the NYG round 3 or 4, would you guys want him as a back-up? He has feet to extend a play or scramble and has good stats. IDK much about him personally. anybody?
Post by goldenratio on Feb 16, 2020 15:21:37 GMT -5
Don't be surprised in EDGE bradley anae is the NYG pick in the second or 3rd round. The NYG love senior bowl prospects as they have shown.
Bradley anae was the highest graded defender in senior bowl practices by pff AND got 3 sacks in the senior bowl game. A legit argument could be made that B anae is the EDGE 2 only behind Chase Young.
He has a high motor and plays hard with passion.Teams saw how that kind of effort translated well to the next level for Chase winovich last year. Short arms but a great technician with his hands. Having good technique will help him get on the field early and need less development time which some teams really like.
Anae was part of a great utah Defense in 2019. At 6' 3" and 265 lbs he has the height and weight teams covet. (Unlike some few the undersized edge guys in the draft this year.) Teams will like that. If he has a good combine he could rise up boards or if he has a bad combine he could slip down and become a potential steal.
6. BRADLEE ANAE, UTAH
Draft Board Rank: 46th
Anae has quite easily some of the best hands in this draft class. He put up 11 pressures on 49 pass-rushing snaps against Washington's Trey Adams and four against USC's Austin Jackson — two of the top tackle prospects in the class. He's also been an ironman over his career, with 700-plus snaps in each of the past three years.
The Utah edge defender will almost certainly get the “tapped out” label. His lack of length or any sort of plus athleticism will scare teams away. With what's already a full toolbox of pass-rushing moves, coaches worry about where a guy like that can improve. It's still a good starting place in our eyes, though, and he could quite easily make an impact early on in his career.
This kid has special short area burst/quickness he gets 3-10 yards FAST... I like players that show a special quality... no idea about the rest of his game but he pops on film in that regard (short area quickness) in these highlights....
Safety brandon jones getting some love from the media now>>>>>
"Texas' Brandon Jones among best safeties available in the NFL Draft"
Though Essang Bassey, Logan Stenberg, and Kyle Dugger were all still available, I decided to go with Markus Bailey off of the team’s dire need at the LB position and his fun 2018 tape. Bailey played in only two games this past season due to a knee injury, but evaluating him over the summer had me excited for what was to come. He is an excellent run defender with the athleticism to pursue ball carriers outside of the tackles and the instincts to hold his own in coverage at the next level. His stock may have dipped but heading into the year Bailey was a top-five linebacker in this class. He should be expected to produce at that level moving forward. Bailey can step in day one and be the best off-ball linebacker on the roster fairly quickly.
Post by goldenratio on Feb 16, 2020 17:18:32 GMT -5
dane brugler summed up the OT class... there are just a lot of guys this year that have high potential...OTs are never slam dunk locks but this draft has plenty to choose from who may turn out to be great pros.
Post by goldenratio on Feb 17, 2020 17:36:13 GMT -5
S grant delpit
I love that dude... he gets knocked for tackling but dang that dude jumps off the tape...when he is good he is sooooooo good... He is one of the few players in the draft class that has that "Wow" factor when you watch him play. I hope they knock down his draft grade him for tackling or something and leave him on the board for us in round 2....I'd be happy with delpit as our round 2 pick. I think he could be a stud at the next level....if not for the tackling issues he would be a top 10 pick.....we need speed and rang on defense and Delpit fits the bill and then some... check it out>>>>
daytripper: NFT= non football topic? i didnt know that. im old and trying to keep up lol
Jan 23, 2020 10:35:16 GMT -5
56801steve: and he's staying as classless as he is
Jan 20, 2020 11:48:56 GMT -5
56801steve: so he'll pay a fine.
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56801steve: he actually slapped a cops but, hard. he was 'lit up', but forgiveness isnt given for being drunk a bit.
Jan 20, 2020 11:39:18 GMT -5
rjb2006: The Eagles just made chicken salad with 1/2their team consisting of subs and practice squad players...
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frateb: man, for a second i thought detroit was going to pull this one out... i think that would have given us a chance to get as low as 2nd again?
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56801steve: i really like your signature, negative v positive outlooks.....its so true
Dec 29, 2019 16:10:20 GMT -5
UncleJoe10: I thought Buck Allen ran hard and would keep him aboard as a nice power running back up to Saquan.
Dec 16, 2019 17:16:56 GMT -5
bronxpinstripes: Danny Dimes solved the fumbling problem against the Packers by throwing 3 INTs instead.
Dec 2, 2019 11:05:46 GMT -5
rodney27: You're right about the fumbling problem, tl65taog. I just don't think it can be fixed. He had in preseason, has it at a record pace now, and had the same problem at Duke. If he hasn't fixed it in all that time...I just don't know if he can.
Nov 29, 2019 8:26:07 GMT -5
tl65taog: yes the fumbling problem has to be fixed, but you have to be fair about it
Nov 26, 2019 0:40:25 GMT -5
homerj45: Any other members go thru prostate cancer ?
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gmenfan: Jeez - the original post was about Zeke Elliott.
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homerj45: Normally I would ignore a post with arrived to camp with a helicopter but,,,,back at ya,,,
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