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No you don't get a chance to absorb the 2020 draft. Don't put your drinks down yet. Let's start compiling for 2021. 

 

Plus MD made me do it this early....lol 

 

3 minutes ago, Malapropismic Depository said:

Who's gonna hurry up and start the 2021 draft thread, before it falls behind.

 

HTTR! :)

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Can't wait to read and interact with all the great contributors to the draft threads!

Best early guess right now I would say he Redskins will be focusing heavy on LB's, DB's and OL

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17 minutes ago, JamesMadisonSkins said:

OTs should deliver again:

OT Penei Sewell Oregon

OT Walker Little Stanford

OT Alex Leatherwood Alabama

 

WR Jamar Chase

PSU Linebacker

Micah Parsons. These are exactly the guys I'm eyeing in the 1st along with Patrick Surtain ll as well and Shaun Wade. 

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Rankings in progress, here's a run down of some guys to watch:

 

Please note:

 

My rankings are based on RIGHT NOW. Not projecting the next season. Just where they stand right now in their developmental cycle. Some guys are rated lower that I think have a higher ceiling. Some are higher that I think have apexxed. 

 

Quarterbacks:

Trevor Lawrence*    Clemson    6-6, 220
Justin Fields*    Ohio State    6-3, 223
Jamie Newman    Georgia    6-4, 230
Kellen Mond*    Texas A&M    6-4, 225
KJ Costello    Miss. St    6-5, 215
Sam Ehlinger    Texas    6-3, 230
Tanner Morgan*    Minnesota    6-2, 215
Holton Ahlers*    East Carolina    6-3, 235
Feleipe Franks    Arkansas    6-5, 227
Kyle Trask    Florida    6-5, 239
Sean Clifford    Penn State    6-2, 216

Trey Lance**    North Dakota    6-4. 195 (@JoggingGod suggestion)

 

Runningbacks:

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OT:

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IOL:

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WR:

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Tight End:

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EDGE:

Joe Tryon*    Washington    6-5, 262
Quincy Roche    Miami    6-4, 235
Carlos Basham    Wake    6-5, 275
Thomas Booker*    Stanford    6-4, 281
Brenton Cox, Jr*    Florida    6-4, 247
Daelin Hayes    Notre Dame    6-3, 260
Patrick Johnson    Tulane    6-3, 250
Isaiahh Loudermilk    Wisconsin    6-7, 300
Kylan Wilborn    Arizona    6-2, 248

 

DT:

Marvin Wilson    FSU    6-5, 317
Jay Tufele*    USC    6-3, 305
Tedarrell Slaton    Florida    6-5, 343
Mustafa Johnson    Colorado    6-2, 290
LaBryan Ray*    Alabama    6-5, 292
Jaylen Twyman*    Pitt    6-2, 290
Dom Peterson*    Nevada    6-2, 295
Naquan Jones    Michigan St    6-4, 339
Levi Onwuzurike    Washington    6-3, 290
Nyles Pickney    Clemson    6-1, 300
Brandon Pili    USC    6-4, 325

 

LB:

Dylan Moses    Alabama    6-3, 233    ILB/OLB
Micah Parsons*    Penn State    6-3, 245    OLB/ILB
Joe Tryon*    Washington    6-5, 262    OLB/DE
Chazz Surratt    UNC    6-3, 230    OLB/ILB
Merlin Robertson*    Arizona State    6-3, 235    OLB
Colin Schooler    Arizona    6-1, 229    OLB/ILB
Blake Gallagher    Northwestern    6-1, 235    OLB/ILB
Paddy Fisher    Northwestern    6-4, 241    ILB/OLB
Terrel Bernard*    Baylor    6-1, 222    OLB
Big Cat Bryant    Auburn    6-5, 247    OLB
Ale Kaho    Alabama    6-1, 228    OLB/ILB
Tuf Borland    Ohio State    6-1, 232    ILB
Ernest Jones*    South Carolina    6-1, 235    ILB
Mohamed Sanogo    Ole Miss    6-2, 224    ILB
Caleb Kelly    Oklahoma    6-3, 229    ILB

 

CB:

Shaun Wade*    Ohio State    6-1, 194
Patrick Surtain Jr*    Alabama    6-2, 203
Paulson Adebo*    Stanford    6-1, 190
Israel Mukuamu    South Carolina    6-4, 205
Tyson Campbell    Georgia    6-2, 185
Josh Jobe*    Alabama    6-1, 189
Caleb Farley*    VT    6-2, 207
Chase Lucas    Arizona St    6-0, 175
Terry Dean III*    Florida    6-3, 194
Jalyn Armour-Davis*    Alabama    6-1, 182
Adrian Frye*    Texas Tech    6-1, 195
Marco Wilson    Florida    6-0, 177
Dicaprio Bootle    Nebraska    5-10, 195
Mike Hampton    USF    6-1, 190
Josh Thompson    Texas    6-0, 200

 

Safety:

Andre Cisco*    Syracuse    6-0, 203
Richard LeCounte    Georgia    5-11, 190
Caden Sterns*    Texas    6-1, 205
Richie Grant    UCF    6-0, 194
Donovan Stiner*    Florida    6-1, 203
Jaewon Taylor    Florida    6-1, 206
Aashari Crosswell    Arizona State    6-0, 190
James Wiggins    Cincinnati    6-0, 205
JR Pace    Northwestern    6-1, 205
Prudy Calderon*    Rice    5-11, 210
Talanoa Hufanga    USC    6-1, 210

 

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I present you with Exhibit A: The best player in next year's draft. Yes, including Lawrence and Fields and anyone else. This guy is an absolute animal. 

 

6-6, 325. He moves like a 260 pounder. He has active hands and feet. Plays with leverage at contact point, though he can find himself high at the snap he correct it with his strikes. His feet never, ever, ever stop moving. Once he gets a hold of a defender he sticks to them like glue.

 

He passes assignments extremely well when they cross stunt or stick. His head is always on a swivel and he's extremely intelligent.

 

He gets to the second level. His pass sets are clean.

 

He makes Andrew Thomas look like a chew toy for a Great Dane.

 

My current grade:

Athleticism: 1.8 (in scale for linemen)

Size: 2

Strength: 1.8

Technique: 1.8

Intelligence: 1.8

Total: 9.2

 

Expect my grading system to get tweaked and moved around a bit, too. Trying it for now. Will likely abandon it once I realize how hard it is to actually put that thing into practice and use it for each player and figure out a good way to scale the grades.

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Alex Leatherwood. 6-6, 322. Alabama kid. 

 

He is almost the exact same size as Sewell, but he carries it a little different. Seems a bit more compact and stout than Sewell, even in his play style.

 

He isn't as balanced as Sewell and loses his man a bit more often, but he recovers extremely well. He has a good mind to shuffle his feet on running plays as his back gets closer to the hole and he continues his wall technique. He is also an athletic football player who is absolutely battle tested. Climbs to the second level well, constantly is looking for work, has a killer one hand stab. He plays a little higher than Sewell does, but he did a great job against 1st round draft choice K'Lavon Chaisson in the LSU footage here. 

 

My Grade so far:

Athleticism: 1.6 (in scale for linemen)

Size: 2

Strength: 1.8

Technique: 1.7

Intelligence: 1.7

Total: 8.8

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LT (2019) in the above game, RT (2018) in the below.

 

 

Samuel Cosmi. 6-6, 295.

 

Improved significantly last season. Perhaps he's more comfortable on the left side. 

 

Active hands and feet and plays with great anticipation. He's lighter in the ass than the first two behemoths, but he's still a 6-6 road grader. He gets his hands on you and you're probably going for a fun little ride somewhere that you don't want to go as long as he remains engaged. He gets a touch lazy with his drive blocks at times, unlike the previous two LTs I've reviewed, where he doesn't block through the whistle and his guy comes off and makes a play, but that's a nit pick. Over the two seasons he clearly made a lot of positive steps, so it's not out of the realm of possibility for him to improve even further his senior season. 

 

One bad habit I saw more in the 2018 film, but once in awhile you see in any of the 2019 stuff he has up... he sometimes puts his head down and doesn't see what he hits. 

 

My Grade so far:

Athleticism: 1.4 (in scale for linemen)

Size: 1.85

Strength: 1.7

Technique: 1.5

Intelligence: 1.6

Total: 8.05

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@KDawg needs a life.  Already with a list of players for next year's draft?  It would be one thing if you're getting paid, but wow.  You and BB on BGO are way into it.  

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First game is 2019, second is 2018. LT in both.

 

Walker Little. 6-7, 304.

 

The immediate negative I notice, in both 2018 and 2019, is that he has a bad tendency to over anticipate defender pre snap burst and he oversets to them. In the 2018 film he wasn't as good at recovering, but in 2019 he looks much more fluid correcting that mistake and getting back to the block. There are also plays where he gives up way too much ground in pass protection because he plays extremely high. His footwork isn't nearly as refined as Leatherwood, Sewell or Cosmi. He stops his feet on contact at times. 

 

However, he has some good athleticism, size and strength. He has a lot of room for improvement going into this coming season, but his body of work is clear that he is a reliable OT. But I love how light on his feet he is. There is a goal line play against Northwestern where he feathers out left to pick up and outside rusher... and it's beautiful. He just has such quick feet. Getting those things continued movement and improving his pre-snap anticipation will go a very long way.

 

My Grade so far:

Athleticism: 1.75 (in scale for linemen)

Size: 1.9

Strength: 1.7

Technique: 1.25

Intelligence: 1.5

Total: 8.1

 

 

10 minutes ago, China said:

@KDawg needs a life.  Already with a list of players for next year's draft?  It would be one thing if you're getting paid, but wow.  You and BB on BGO are way into it.  

 

Hi China. 

 

I coach football. I'm also in quarantine. Isn't there some Tailgate thread you can go to or something? :)

 

And thank you. But I compiled that list a few months ago ;)

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2 minutes ago, KDawg said:

 

Hi China. 

 

I coach football. I'm also in quarantine. Isn't there some Tailgate thread you can go to or something? :)

 

And thank you. But I compiled that list a few months ago ;)

 

I know you do, and I appreciate your efforts.

 

And who says I'm not doing Tailgate threads?  You know I am.  :cheers:

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1 hour ago, JoggingGod said:

Trey Lance should be in heavy consideration if we have to pick a QB. He's gonna be a star.


I’m not convinced he would come out so early. He’s an absolute monster and there’s only so much you can accomplish at the FCS level ... but would he come out as a RS-So and be the 3rd QB in the draft or stay another year and come out as a R-Jr in 2022 and be the sure fire #1

pick?

 

FWIW Matt Miller is ALL over Lance. He loves him. Thinks he comes out next year. But R-So is early to come out. It’s one thing to be Dwayne haskins after leading OSU to 50 TDs and another as an FCS superstar.

 

I think Miller has Lance above Fields 

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4 minutes ago, drowland said:

Next years OT class could be better then this years if Cosmi, Mays and Jalen Mayfield continue to improve.  You could have another 6 in the 1st Rd.  


Seems to be. I tested my OT rankings with Thomas, Wirfs and Wills.

 

Thomas was around 8.4, Wills 8.25, Wirfs 8.1

 

So as of right now that puts them 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively with the current OT crop. Which seems right to me. 
 

So while I like where it’s ranking guys I have to figure out how the numbers jive with overalls and such. 

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1 hour ago, JoggingGod said:

Trey Lance should be in heavy consideration if we have to pick a QB. He's gonna be a star.


He’s getting round 1 talk, top 10 talk. 

11 minutes ago, drowland said:

Next years OT class could be better then this years if Cosmi, Mays and Jalen Mayfield continue to improve.  You could have another 6 in the 1st Rd.  


Mays is a guard. 

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2 hours ago, JamesMadisonSkins said:

OTs should deliver again:

OT Penei Sewell Oregon

OT Walker Little Stanford

OT Alex Leatherwood Alabama

 

WR Jamar Chase

PSU Linebacker

 

OT Rasheed Walker - PSU Redshirt So.

 

Kid is a stud. Def coming out early.

 

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12 minutes ago, volsmet said:


Mays is a guard. 


Will he for Tennessee? I’ve read OT for them. Haven’t seen much other than what I’ve seen while watching this years’ Georgia contingent. So I trust your judgement.

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