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  1. As someone pointed out it is easier to find an A level wide receiver between picks 15-45 than an A+ Receiver who happens to have lined up as a Tight End. There seem to be studs that are 6'1"-6'3" 205-215 coming out every year..... and usually several good prospects in the first 3 Rounds.
  2. Even a middling 2nd Round pick is a great asset. The following receivers were picked in Round 2 (May be a few I have missed): Anquan Boldin, Jordy Nelson, Michael Thomas, Jarvis Landry, Davante Adams, and of course Rob Gronkowski.
  3. A lot of Scouts had late 1st to 2nd Round grades on Jalen. This was a clear follow through on taking the best available player. He faced some excellent pass rushers in College. Worst case he cannot master the transition to Guard and becomes a solid Right tackle capable of filling in at Left Tackle in a pinch.
  4. The amount of vitriol here is uncalled for. The OP took some time and thought to think like a GM. Will be interesting to see how the picks in "both" drafts pan out. Takes creativity and knowledge to specifically say why he liked or did not like a pick. This is the kind of post that gets me thinking. Strongly disagree with his analysis of the Dalman pick. I was surprised he lasted that long. Don't know enough about Graham to comment.
  5. The other thing Dalman has going for him is his Dad. I am sure his Dad is doing everything in his power to prepare his son to deal with the most challenging aspects of playing NFL Center: Guys out weighing you by 35 lbs are trying to run you over.
  6. "he wasn't decent until last year" Key phrase. Light goes on for people at different times. If he makes similar progress over the next 2 years with far better coaching, we may have a player.
  7. Can someone please find a few of the better posts that absolutely guaranteed we were taking a QB? They were so heartfelt even if wrong.
  8. I was neutral when we drafted him. Did not know his game but some Scouts liked his potential. What soured me was Getting Reports like this in 2018: Atlanta Falcons defensive end Takk McKinley underwent surgery on his left shoulder, a procedure the team called "minor" without disclosing details of the recovery time. McKinley tweeted a picture following the surgery with a message boasting about being ready to record double-digit sacks now that he has two healthy shoulders. And then this in the Summer of 2020: Pressed on whether having his option declined is extra motivat
  9. "I bet he has a lot of bad weight on him" Might take that bet. University of Michigan has an excellent Strength and Nutrition program. This kid put on 75 lbs from when he started school there. A lot of that is from better eating and a state of the art Weight Room. Visually his body composition looks typical for an NFL lineman.
  10. Au Tiger nailed it. The sport is so intense with so many injuries that depth is key. If you look at the Saints record since TF was put in charge of Pro Scouting 8 years ago, they have only had 2 losing seasons and even those were close to .500. Hard to know until we see the results but it looks like from the draft, free agent signings, and UDFAs that we upgraded our entire Management team. Now, can you imagine if Terry came into a situation with a healthy cap situation?
  11. If Dalman is our starting Guard we in trouble. Unless he somehow gains 20 pounds in the next 5 months.
  12. Hennessy doesn't look powerful enough to play Guard even in a zone system. Either does Dalman. I like Dalman slightly better in terms of potential but Hennessy was the higher draft pick. Jalen Mayfield on the other hand looks the part even though he has mainly played Tackle.
  13. KOG brought attention to Karl Joseph from W Virginia a few years ago. I had never heard of him and of course he became a 1st Round pick. How does Grant compare to Joseph coming out of College?
  14. The 2021 NFL Draft class does not have any standouts at the safety position, but it does have some prospects who could be good picks late in the first round or early in the second round. In this post, we are going to rank all draftable safety prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft, led by the versatile Richie Grant out of Central Florida. 1. Richie Grant, UCF 6-foot, 197 pounds 2021 NFL Draft grade: First round The only safety with a first-round grade in the 2021 NFL Draft is Central Florida’s, Richie Grant. Grant has had an outstanding college career and has been a force against b
  15. What was the benefit to SF blowing smoke about Mac Jones? What could they gain by this?
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