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  1. Seems like the Jordan Willis draft is very popular and trading back. Looking at late shifts around, Justin Evans is definitely going to be gone in my first scenario. I can see it going something like Willis, Evans/Jones, Kspassagnon/Isidora/Duke Riley in the first 3
  2. I agree, he's a very quiet type player, which is good for your offensive line. He's not an All-Pro but he's not a scrub either. He's definitely the most consistent LT we've had in the long time. The last one I can remember that was even better or comparable was Todd Weiner. Slightly above average is definitely a better place to be at LT than a turnstile like Baker was, or like a 50 year old Wayne Gandy.
  3. Hopefully he lost a step and isn't the same AP as before.
  4. IF Reuben falls within 10 picks of us we better pull the trigger. Been watching the guy his whole career and he's a bondafide beast. It'd be like having two DeBos out there.
  5. I lol'd Well put good sir.
  6. Ish was a bad man last year before injury. Guy was all over the place no matter what position he was at.
  7. Maybe with all the PRs in this draft we want to drive up interest for our pick of people after us wanting one. Maybe we can steal a 1st next year and move back some spots and still get one.
  8. I really wish we kept/bring back Freeney if we end up drafting Willis. He could mentor him for his rookie year, paired with Beasley and Bryant Young he could develop rapidly. On that train of thought, maybe Bryant Young will actually develop D-line talent unlike B. Cox.
  9. Rankings are all over the place for some guys. In that mock, I'd just say Best FS available at the pick whoever it is. It's a deep class.
  10. In theory you could go with Kpassagnon here too. As long as we take BPA at Edge in the 2nd or 3rd we should be okay. You could go Rivers or another EDGE in the 2nd, then get Isidora in the 3rd instead of Asiata in the 2nd.
  11. He seems like the EDGE version of Keanu last year to DQ, which is why I think that's the most realistic draft of the scenarios. Sorry for the lack of "Trade Down" draft... Mock Scenario 5: "Trade Down" Rd. 1: (Traded down, picks up an extra 3rd this year and 2nd next year). Rd. 2 (between 33-43): Derek Rivers - EDGE (if Willis fell could take him here too) Rd. 2 (late): Josh Jones - FS Rd. 3 (early): Danny Isidora - OG Rd. 3 (late): Tanoh Kpassagnon - DE Rd. 4: Dalvin Tomlinson - DT Rd. 5: Best Big RB Rd. 7: OL or LB Depth
  12. Oh yeh, my bad. Nix our 6th round depth pick.
  13. Mock Scenario 1: "Complement The Beast" Rd 1: Jordan Willis, EDGE - Kansas State Quinn seems enamored by him. The Falcon's make a very "Keanu Neal"-like selection and take him before web predictions. Rd 2: Isaac Asiata, OG - Utah After multiple visits, we add an instant starter to our OG position to compete with Wes. Rd 3: Tanoh Kpassognon, DE - Villanova Double dip in the draft at DE and sure up the depth at the position long-term Rd 4: Justin Evans, FS - Texas A&M Bring in a FS to compete with Rico. Rd 5: James Conner, RB - Pittsburgh Big 233LB Back for Goal line situations Rd 7: OL Depth Mock Scenario 2: "Safety First" Rd 1: Budda Baker, FS - Washington Fast, physical FS who plays how DQ likes them to play. Instantly steps in next to Keanu to complete the best secondary we've ever had. Rd 2: Isaac Asiata, OG - Utah After many visits, we add instant starter at OG to compete with Wes. Rd 3: Daeshon Hall, DE - Texas A&M We add this drafts Danielle Hunter to add another speed rusher with great potential to our EDGE rotational. Rd 4: Dalvin Tomlinson, DT - Alabama We complete our DT rotation and add a player that's Grady Jarrett future contract insurance. Rd 5: James Conner, RB - Pittsburgh Big back for depth Rd 7: OL Depth Mock Scenario 3: "Protect the Franchise" Rd 1: Forrest Lamp, OG - Western Kentucky Sure up the RG spot for the next 5 years. Rd 2: Josh Jones, FS - NC State Favorite safety in the draft. We've had good luck with "Jones'" and Josh Jones comes in to compete with Rico for the starting spot Rd 3: Daeshon Hall, DE - Texas A&M Adds speed and another pass rusher to our rotation. Rd 4: Brian Hill, RB - Wyoming Rd 5: DT Depth Rd 7: OL Depth Mock Scenario 4: "Trade Up and Get 'Em" Rd 1 (trade up to 15-20): Haason Reddick, EDGE - Temple We trade a 4th this year and 2nd next year to move up to grab Haason to be a beast across from VB44. Rd 2: Josh Jones, FS - NC State Add a fast, rangy, long safety to compete/take Rico's spot. Rd 3: Danny Isidora, OG - Miami Add a possible OG starter to compete with Wes for RG spot. Rd 4: Traded Rd 5: Marquel Lee, OLB - Wake Forest OLB Depth Rd 7: DT Depth Mock Scenario 5: "Trade Down" Rd. 1: (Traded down, picks up an extra 3rd this year and 2nd next year). Rd. 2 (between 33-43): Derek Rivers - EDGE (if Willis fell could take him here too) Rd. 2 (late): Josh Jones - FS Rd. 3 (early): Danny Isidora - OG Rd. 3 (late): Tanoh Kpassagnon - DE Rd. 4: Dalvin Tomlinson - DT Rd. 5: Best Big RB Rd. 7: OL or LB Depth
  14. Love this team. It's unlike any team we've ever had. Please football god's keep the injury bug away.