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  1. He’d be a top 3 pick if he could come out
  2. Mykal Walker has some of the same traits that I saw in Jamie Collins when he came out. I think he has the tools to be an every-down LB who can do a little bit of everything. He can take on blockers (powerful hands allow him to stack and shed with ease), he can rush the passer, and he can cover a little bit. Big fan of his.
  3. I think the TE, RB, WR, and LB class is absolutely loaded. The talent at TE is insane. For reference, Cole Kmet would be my #5 TE in this group. The DL group has some big, quick fatties at NT in Wilson, Brown III, and Shelvin. Twyman is already one of my favorite 3-techs too. Edge has two long, uber athletic prospects in Noah Taylor and Rousseau. Both will be first rounders easily. Hutchinson is a wrecking ball anywhere on the DL. I really love the LBers though. Parsons is a rare talent at LB, and Cameron McGrone is very similar to him, just a little raw, but they are both scary good. I see 5 linebackers who could be first rounders. WR class could be even better than the 2020 class surprisingly. OL has potential to be great as well. If Trey Smith declared this year, he probably would’ve been OG #1.
  4. My early prospect list for 2021. Could be a really strong class. Quarterbacks: Trevor Lawrence, Clemson Justin Fields, Ohio State Trey Lance, NDSU Jamie Newman, Georgia K.J. Costello, Stanford Brock Purdy, Iowa State Shane Buechele, SMU Sean Clifford, Penn State Sam Elignher, Texas Halfbacks: Pooka Williams Jr., Kansas Travis Etienne, Clemson Javonte Williams, UNC Najee Harris, Alabama Kennedy Brooks, Oklahoma Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State Hassan Hall, Louisville C.J. Verdell, Oregon Jaret Patterson, Buffalo Journey Brown, Penn State Jermar Jefferson, Oregon State Rakeem Boyd, Arkansas Max Borghi, Washington State Stevie Scott, Indiana David Bailey, Boston College Kylin Hill, Mississippi State Trey Sermon, Oklahoma Wide Receivers: Ja’Marr Chase, LSU Devonta Smith, Alabama Justyn Ross, Clemson Rashad Bateman, Minnesota Jaylen Waddle, Alabama Rondale Moore, Purdue Chris Olave, Ohio State Elijah Moore, Ole Miss Tutu Atwell, Louisville Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC Dazz Newsome, North Carolina Dyami Brown, North Carolina Seth Williams, Auburn Tamorrion Terry, FSU Whop Philyor, Indiana Khalil Shakir, Boise State Nico Collins, Michigan Reggie Roberson, SMU Ronnie Bell, Michigan Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa Sage Surratt, Wake Forest Anthony Schwartz, Auburn Warren Jackson, Colorado State Tyler Vaughns, USC Tre Walker, San Jose State Tight Ends: Pat Freiermuth, Penn State Brevin Jordan, Miami Kyle Pitts, Florida Charlie Kolar, Iowa State Nick Eubanks, Michigan Tré McKitty, Georgia Miller Forristall, Alabama Matt Bushman, BYU Brant Kuithe, Utah Centers: Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma Doug Kramer, Illinois James Empey, BYU Michael Menet, Penn State Trey Hill, Georgia Dawson Deaton, Texas Tech Drake Jackson, Kentucky Offensive Guards: Trey Smith, Tennessee Wyatt Davis, Ohio State Cade Mays, Tennessee Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC Nolan Laufenberg, Air Force Ben Cleveland, Georgia Offensive Tackles: Penei Sewell, Oregon Rashawn Slater, Northwestern Alex Leatherwood, Alabama Alaric Jackson, Iowa Darian Kinnard, Kentucky Walker Little, Stanford Samuel Cosmi, Texas Brady Christiansen, BYU Jackson Carman, Clemson Cole Van Lanen, Wisconsin Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame Erik Swenson, Oklahoma Defensive Ends: Gregory Rousseau, Miami Noah Taylor, Virginia Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan Quincy Roche, Temple Carlos Basham, Wake Forest Joe Tryon, Washington Adetokunbo Ogundeji, Notre Dame Chris Rumph II, Washington Malik Herring, Georgia Kwity Paye, Michigan Xavier Thomas, Clemson Jermayne Lole, Arizona State Jalen Redmond, Oklahoma Defensive Tackles: Jaylen Twyman, Pittsburgh Tyler Shelvin, LSU Marvin Wilson, Florida State Bobby Brown III, Texas A&M Jay Tufele, USC Lorenzo Neal, Purdue Aaron Crawford, North Carolina Levi Onwuzurike, Washington Khyiris Tonga, BYU Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa, Notre Dame Darius Stills, West Virginia Jordon Scott, Oregon Dante Stills, West Virginia Linebackers: Micah Parsons, Penn State Cameron McGrone, Michigan Joseph Ossai, Texas Nick Bolton, Missouri Dylan Moses, Alabama Monty Rice, Georgia Chazz Surratt, North Carolina Zacoby McClain, Auburn Buddy Johnson, Texas A&M Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame Charles Snowden, Virginia Paddy Fischer, Northwestern Ryan Smeda Jr., Wake Forest Isaiah Kafusi, BYU Anthony Hines, Texas A&M Milo Eifler, Illinois Kuony Deng, California Cornerbacks: Shaun Wade, Ohio State Paulson Adebo, Stanford Bryce Thompson, Tennessee Thomas Graham Jr., Oregon Elijah Molden, Washington Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon Eric Stokes, Georgia Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech Marco Wilson, Florida Asante Samuel Jr., Florida State Brandon Sebastian, Boston College Jermaine Waller, Virginia Tech Chase Lucas, Arizona State Amechi Uzodinma II, Ball State Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina Patrick Surtain II, Alabama Corey Straughter, UL Monroe Roger McCreary, Auburn Brandon Echols, Kentucky Ambry Thomas, Michigan Safeties: Jevon Holland, Oregon Trevon Moehrig, TCU Richard Lecounte III, Georgia Andre Cisco, Syracuse Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State Tre Sterling, Oklahoma State Ar’Darius Washington, TCU Talanoa Hufanga, USC Brad Stewart, Florida Damar Hamlin, Pittsburgh Shawn Davis, Florida Kekaula Kaniho, Boise State JaCoby Stevens, LSU Myles Jones, Texas A&M
  5. I just think the FO likes Kazee and Rico too much. Next year is a great FS class though, so I hope that’s our first pick in 2021. Just to name a few: Jevon Holland, Oregon Trevon Moehrig, TCU Richard Lecounte III, Georgia
  6. It’s clear the Falcons wanted some competitive, tough players who love the game of football and are thirsty to get on the field. They all have a competitive attitude and are ready to get to work. Have some versatility and athleticism to their game too.
  7. I think we will look at this pick as a steal in a couple years. Think he will be better than Campbell after he gets some experience.
  8. Guarantee Terrell, Davidson, and Walker start at some point this year.
  9. Coverage Spacing - He's got a surprising amount of range considering he isn't overly bursty or dynamic. But he's sharp — shows good instincts and can shade and drop versus layered routes to understand where the QB wants to attack. Does well in deep half and underneath zones, specifically. Acceleration - He's confident. He doesn't bring a lot of explosive range and if you isolate him in C1, you can work the sidelines against him. But he's quick to step down or flash from hash and he's got effective ability to step down from off coverage if you're working him in the intermediates. Tackling - Needs to make sure he stays disciplined with his strikes — he can come in hot or high or tempt referees with his strike zone. But that said, he's an imposing hitter and brings a lot of wood, running his feet through contact and also showing confidence as a wrap up tackler to avoid giving up extra yardage. Zone Coverage Skills - Wouldn't sign off on a lot of deep middle reps but he did serve that role in addition to half field and shallow zones. He's sharp and doesn't get baited into poor positioning as easily as many of his colleagues in the class. His lack of length and explosiveness ultimately cut down on his ball production. Ball Skills - Got a bunch of his production in one shot against TCU (2018). His consistency squeezing the catch point or extending through the body is limited but he's most consistent to buzz underneath throws and take away the football from underneath while sinking. Good body control to adjust to the football as it arrives. Competitive Toughness - He's physical! Like how he punches and collapses point men in swing routes or designed WR screens. Effort as a rally defender isn't elite but he's into the action or if the ball comes his way, you're going to get plus effort to discard blocks and square up tackles. Should be a four down option with special teams role in the NFL. Flexibility - Surprising torso mobility to turn and adjust as a pass defender. He's done well to maximize his tackle radius as well, leaning into challenges as needed. He's not the most fluid isolated in space and transitional quickness in speed turns or click and close aren't prominent qualities — but also not liabilities. Feet/COD - He's fairly controlled here. Not naturally explosive or dynamic to attack and trigger but he does build momentum quickly after the first few strides — and more importantly his shallow adjustments to ball carriers is adequate to stay balanced and not step down too flat. Man Cover Skills - He'll do well to wall off the MOF when covering from the slot but his turn and run speed and upside is only moderate. He's physical at the LOS when you leave him down to press and that can allow him to disrupt timing but generally speaking I like him better in shallow zone and box defender than playing with his back to the ball. Versatility - He was put in a lot of roles in a multiple Cal secondary. Think his football IQ will aid him in carving out a clear role as a depth player. Will be a viable special teams contributor and if you get the right compliment at FS you could see him wrestle his way into a starter role to stay in the intermediate areas of the field. --- Best Trait - Football IQ Worst Trait - Tackling Discipline Best Film - Washington (2019) Worst Film - Utah (2019) Red Flags - None Player Summary - Jaylinn Hawkins is a sharp mid- to late-round prospect who should find success in a depth role at the pro level. There's an opportunity here for him to seize a role as a starter if he's able to work with a rangy free safety to help mask deep layering of coverage and protect the defense vertically. Hawkins is a stout tackler — but he needs to cut down on some of the simple mistakes regarding his tackling. He can be a bit too reckless and give away free yardage with unnecessary roughness.
  10. Had 6 picks in 2018. 3 of which came in a bowl game against TCU.
  11. Think he’s pretty good in zone actually. Reads the QB nicely and has solid closing speed. Only watched 2 of his games (hard to find), and he flashed a little, but I didn’t get a large sample size really so I can’t speak on him with 100% certainty. Didn’t have him ranked that high because of that, but he could be a good player. He should stick.
  12. Tried telling people Curtis Weaver was a little overrated. I mean he got a bulk of his sacks against Portland State, UNLV, and Wyoming. Slowish feet, a little stiff, and meh effort. He got shut down by some trash tackles too. Has upside, but Steven Means ain’t losing snaps to Weaver.
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