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  1. These are my personal rankings, but they aren't final. These players will start to separate after the Senior Bowl and the Combine. Also, there's still more game footage I want to watch before I make it concrete and give everyone draft grades. Feel free to bring up any prospect you like down below. Updated: 02/04/2019 Quarterbacks: Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State Kyler Murray, Oklahoma Drew Lock, Missouri Brett Rypien, Boise State Daniel Jones, Duke Tyree Jackson, Buffalo Will Grier, West Virginia Jordan Ta’amu, Ole Miss Jared Stidham, Auburn Ryan Finley, NC State Gardner Minshew, Washington State Trace McSorley, Penn State KJ Costello, Stanford Jake Browning, Washington Halfbacks: Josh Jacobs, Alabama David Montgomery, Iowa State Darrell Henderson, Memphis Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma Elijah Holyfield, Georgia Devin Singletary, FAU Damien Harris, Alabama Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska Miles Sanders, Penn State Justice Hill, Oklahoma State Benny Snell, Kentucky James Williams, Washington State Myles Gaskin, Washington Wes Hills, Slippery Rock Mike Weber, Ohio State Darwin Thompson, Utah State Tony Pollard, Memphis Bruce Anderson, NDSU Jordan Scarlett, Florida Ryquell Armstead, Temple Darrin Hall, Pittsburgh Karan Higdon, Michigan Travis Homer, Miami Qadree Ollison, Pittsburgh Bryce Love, Stanford Dexter Williams, Notre Dame Joe Santiago, North Dakota Nick Brosette, LSU Ty Johnson, Maryland Alex Mattison, Boise State LJ Scott, Michigan State Jordan Ellis, Virginia Alex Barnes, Kansas State Matt Colburn, Wake Forest Marquis Young, UMass Wide Receivers: DK Metcalf, Ole Miss N’Keal Harry, Arizona State Kelvin Harmon, NC State Riley Ridley, Georgia Marquise Brown, Oklahoma Hakeem Butler, Iowa State JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford AJ Brown, Ole Miss Deebo Samuel, South Carolina Demarkus Lodge, Ole Miss Dillion Mitchell, Oregon Terry McLaurin, Ohio State KeeSean Johnson, Fresno Antoine Wesley, Texas Tech Anthony Ratliff-Williams, UNC Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska Parris Campbell, Ohio State Jakobi Meyers, NC State Terry Godwin, Georgia Emmanuel Hall, Missouri Preston Williams, Colorado State Mecole Hardman, Georgia Andy Isabella, UMass Penny Hart, Georgia State Keelan Doss, UC Davis Greg Dortch, Wake Forest Hunter Renfrow, Clemson KJ Hill, Ohio State Gary Jennings, West Virginia Juwann Winfree, Colorado David Sills V, West Virginia Tyre Brady, Marshall Cody Thompson, Toledo Jalen Hurd, Baylor Lil Jordan Humphrey, Texas Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion Olamide Zaccheaus, Virginia Ryan Davis, Auburn Darius Slayton, Auburn Jamal Custis, Syracuse Miles Boykin, Notre Dame Shawn Poindexter, Arizona Diontae Johnson, Toledo Marcus Green, ULM Terry Wright, Purdue Emmanuel Butler, NAU Jesper Horsted, Princeton Scott Miller, Bowling Green Nick Easley, Iowa Jalen Guyton, North Texas Tight Ends: Noah Fant, Iowa TJ Hockenson, Iowa Irv Smith Jr., Alabama Kaden Smith, Stanford Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M Dawson Knox, Ole Miss Isaac Nauta, Georgia Alize Mack, Notre Dame Dax Raymond, Utah State Trevon Wesco, West Virginia Zach Gentry, Michigan Josh Oliver, SJSU Drew Sample, Washington Jerome Washington, Rutgers Caleb Wilson, UCLA Donald Parham, Stetson Foster Moreau, LSU Matt Sokol, Michigan State Andrew Beck, Texas Tommy Sweeney, Boston College Kendall Blanton, Missouri CJ Conrad, Kentucky Offensive Guards: Chris Lindstrom, Boston College Dalton Risner, Kansas State Michael Deiter, Wisconsin Terrone Prescod, NC State Beau Benzachawel, Wisconsin Nate Davis, Charlotte Ben Powers, Oklahoma Alex Bars, Notre Dame Dru Samia, Oklahoma Conner McGovern, Penn State Nate Herbig, Stanford Tyler Jones, NC State Joshua Miles, Morgan State Javon Patterson, Ole Miss BJ Autry, Jacksonville State Garrett Brumfield, LSU Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas Lester Cotton, Alabama Logan Stenberg, Kentucky Martez Ivey, Florida Darryl Williams, Miss State Centers: Elgton Jenkins, Miss State Garrett Bradbury, NC State Erik McCoy, Texas A&M Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama Lamont Gaillard, Georgia Michael Jordan, Ohio State Nick Linder, Indiana Keegan Render, Iowa Ryan Anderson, Wake Forest Offensive Tackles: Jonah Williams, Alabama Cody Ford, Oklahoma Jawaan Taylor, Florida Greg Little, Ole Miss Andre Dillard, Washington State Yodney Cajuste, West Virginia Chuma Edoga, USC David Edwards, Wisconsin Kaleb McGary, Washington Tytus Howard, Alabama State Scott Frantz, Kansas State Olisaemeka Udoh, Elon Dennis Daley, South Carolina Max Scharping, Northern Illinois Bobby Evans, Oklahoma Tyree St. Louis, Miami Isaiah Prince, Ohio State Ryan Pope, SDSU Colton Jackson, Arkansas Tariq Cole, Rutgers Defensive Ends: Nick Bosa, Ohio State Josh Allen, Kentucky Brian Burns, FSU Clelin Ferrell, Clemson Jachai Polite, Florida Charles Omemihu, Texas Montez Sweat, Miss State Christian Miller, Alabama Anthony Nelson, Iowa D’Andre Walker, Georgia Justin Hollins, Oregon Joe Jackson, Miami Chase Winovich, Michigan Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia Malik Carney, UNC Carl Granderson, Wyoming LJ Collier, TCU Wyatt Ray, Boston College Jaylon Ferguson, La Tech Jalen Jelks, Oregon Austin Bryant, Clemson Zach Allen, Boston College Markus Jones, Angelo State Shareef Miller, Penn State Kyle Phillips, Tennessee Derick Roberson, Sam Houston State Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma State Ben Bonagu, TCU Matheui Betts, Laval Cece Jefferson, Florida Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan Landis Durham, Texas A&M Gerri Green, Miss State Porter Gustin, USC Ronheen Bingham, Arkansas State Malik Reed, Nevada Defensive Tackles: Quinnen Williams, Alabama Jeffrey Simmons, Miss State Ed Oliver, Houston Christian Wilkins, Clemson Gerald Willis, Miami Rashan Gary, Michigan Dexter Lawrence, Clemson Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois Trysten Hill, UCF Daniel Wise, Kansas Daylon Mack, Texas A&M Renell Wren, Arizona State Isaiah Buggs, Alabama Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame Kingsley Keke, Texas A&M Kevin Wilkins, Rutgers Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri Greg Gaines, Washington Michael Dogbe, Temple Chris Slayton, Syracuse Byron Cowart, Maryland Kenny Bigelow Jr., West Virginia Arman Watts, Arkansas Demarcus Christmas, FSU Ed Alexander, LSU Dontavious Russel, Auburn Neville Gallimore, Oklahoma Cortez Broughton, Cincinnati Anthony Rush, UAB Youhanna Ghaifan, Wyoming Ricky Walker, Virginia Tech Linebackers: Devin White, LSU Devin Bush, Michigan Mack Wilson, Alabama David Long, WVU Vosean Joseph, Florida Germaine Pratt, NC State Bobby Okereke, Stanford Blake Cashman, Minnesota Khalil Hodge, Buffalo BJ Blunt, McNeese State Sione Takitaki, BYU Terrill Hanks, NMSU Joe Giles-Harris, Duke Te’Von Coney, Notre Dame Ben Burr-Kiven, Washington Tre Watson, Maryland Drue Tranquil, Norte Dame Kendall Joseph, Clemson TJ Edwards, Wisconsin Jordan Kunasyzk, California Tre Lamar, Clemson Chase Hansen, Utah Deshaun Davis, Auburn Otaro Alaka, Texas A&M Gary Johnson, Texas Ulysees Gilbert III, Akron Jeffrey Allison, Fresno State Drew Lewis, Colorado Dekota Allen, Texas Tech Trevor Apsey, Central Michigan Sutton Smith, Northern Illinois Juwan Foggie, Charlotte Jawaun Johnson, TCU Cornerbacks: Byron Murphy, Washington DeAndre Baker, Georgia Greedy Williams, LSU Amani Oruwariye, Penn State Julian Love, Notre Dame Trayvon Mullen, Clemson Rock Ya’sin, Temple Saivion Smith, Alabama Kendall Sheffield, Ohio State JoeJuan Williams, Vanderbilt Lonnie Johnson, Kentucky David Long, Michigan Donnie Lewis, Tulane Iman Marshall, USC Isaiah Johnson, Houston Sean Bunting, Central Michigan Justin Layne, Michigan State Jordan Wyatt, SMU Ryan Pulley, Arkansas Derrick Baity, Kentucky Michael Jackson, Miami Jamal Peters, Miss State Corey Ballentine, Washburn Hamp Cheevers, Boston College Jimmy Moreland, James Madison Montre Hartage, Northwestern Xavier Crawford, Central Michigan Kris Boyd, Texas Clifton Duck, App State Blessaun Austin, Rutgers Blace Brown, Troy Mark Fields, Clemson Taj-Amir Torres, Boston College Brian Peavy, Iowa State Tim Harris, Virginia Darren Hall, SDSU Jordan Brown, South Dakota Rashad Fenton, South Carolina Duke Shelley, Kansas State Anthoula Kelly, Fresno State AJ Green, Oklahoma State Safeties: Nasir Adderley, Delaware Deionte Thompson, Alabama Taylor Rapp, Washington Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida Juan Thornhill, Virginia Johnathan Abram, Miss State Darnell Savage Jr., Maryland Marquise Blair, Utah Ugo Amadi, Oregon Mike Bell, Fresno State Mike Edwards, Kentucky Jaquan Johnson, Miami Darius West, Kentucky Sheldrick Redwine, Miami Delvon Randall, Temple Saquan Hampton, Rutgers Evan Worthington, Colorado Amani Hooker, Iowa Alohi Gilman, Notre Dame Isaiah Wharton, Rutgers D’Cota Dixon, Wisconsin Lukas Dennis, Boston College Marvell Tell, USC Andrew Wingard, Wyoming
  2. I really like him as a guard prospect. He’s strong with the ability to move. Gives great effort too.
  3. I see Mooreland as a 5th-6th rounder. He has quick twitch ability, but he’s strictly a NB right now. Too small to trust on the outside. I am curious to see how he tests though.
  4. Think Risner has a good week overall. Struggled at first, but got better everyday. Has good strength and technique. Had some great reps versus Wren and killed Zach Allen all week (who is basically just a power guy). Also created some massive running lanes on Saturday’s game. Held Montez Sweat in check as well.
  5. I like Charles a lot. Think if we go DE, he is the one I would want. Incredible versus the run and pass. Sets the edge nicely and gets great push on passing downs. Isn’t really all that bendy, but has great length & strength and a good motor. Reminds me of Carlos Dunlap and Jason Pierre-Paul a little bit.
  6. Kris Boyd is absolute cheeks though. Dude got burned all year.
  7. Well it’s possible to run off Alford. Have to wait a little to let go of Trufant.
  8. Guys I never understood the hype with: - Kris Boyd - Been getting burned all season and some sites have him as a top 10 CB. Also a step too late and really sucked in Mobile. - Zach Allen - As I said before, just lack luster with no real position. No bend or moves to be an edge guy, and too small to be on the inside. - Oshane Ximines & Jaylon Ferguson - Both guys are underwhelming. Gets stone walled too easily and aren’t explosive enough. - Joe Giles-Harris - I just don’t see it with this guy. Doesn’t show urgency or suddenness. He’s boring to watch and I don’t see him really knifing through gaps. Constantly see him listed as a top 10 LB. - Caleb Wilson - This guy has never flashed to me, yet I see him ranked pretty high up there among TEs some places. His agility and movement are awkward. Never seen anyone run as weird as him.
  9. To be fair, Trufant and Alford have been pretty solid up until this year. Hindsight strikes again with you. Jalen Collins held his own on our Super Bowl run & had moments of playing pretty well. Isaiah Oliver is still unknown, but has upside. Akeem King is still floating around the league and isn’t a massive liability, think he played in the playoffs this year.
  10. He will have an explosive combine. Think he will lead DL in most categories. I even think he puts up 30 or more reps on the bench
  11. Yeah I think this is pretty accurate. I just am not a fan of Zach Allen. Even before the Senior Bowl I thought he was just average with no real position he excelled at. Rock Ya’sin and Iman Marshall had really good weeks. Same with Lonnie Johnson from Kentucky. Isaiah Johnson started out the week fine, but his short area quickness got exposed.
  12. Just want some opinions on this. What do you value more, and how much do you adjust the way you grade someone based on these all-star events? Someone like Kaleb McGary had decent games/film, but he’s performing really well this week. Where as someone like Michael Deiter has had great film, but is having a rough week. What do you value more? I’ve seen some poster here take Prospects off their boards for how they are performing here as opposed to their body of work as a whole.
  13. Having a good week of practice so far. I heard Prisco say there are some character concerns about him but wouldn’t specify what.
  14. Yeah that’s how I feel. I feel like these practices give you an idea about someone’s IQ and fundamentals, but realistically, DBs won’t have to cover these WRs as long in games (Isabella dancing around won’t be a realistic game time strategy). Likewise with some of these OL, they won’t be singled up against a guy a ton without other blockers to chip in. I just find it interesting how some have abandoned players over these practices. I can see Sutton Smith being valid, but Deiter has excellent tape.
  15. Wesco is also a pretty solid route runner. He would be a great choice. If we do go pure fullback, I like the Pitt guy.
  16. That’s Jalen Jelks. He and his team mate Justin Hollins have shown some impressive pass rush ability at these events (EW Shrine & Senior Bowl).
  17. Nah totally forced to
  18. Probably people who have an hour to spare that are interested in it. You know, like the same people who have 3 hours to spare on a Sunday to watch a game.
  19. Day 2 - same uploader
  20. Man I really hope we doesn’t waste any picks. If anything, move down and get more picks. This is a deep draft for sure. I want Simmons and if we can’t, trade back and get some picks. Bunch of starters to be had on day 2 of the draft.
  21. $13 mil is too much for Beasley. Can cut and resign him for $5-$6 mil, but ain’t no way in **** he deserves over $10 mil. Can find better use for that money by getting a FA OG or RT this year or by just saving it for the players on our team who really deserve it next year (Deebo, Campbell, Neal, Hooper).
  22. When have I ever pretended size wasn’t something we take as a concern? I simply said don’t assume he’s something he’s not based on his size. As in I see a lot of people saying he’s not that powerful, but I think that’s a joke. I don’t think he will show up at 290 lbs, but I think he will lead all defensive tackles in the vert, broad jump, 40 yard dash, and I think he will put over 30 on the bench. He already benches 400+ lbs and squats over 600 lbs.
  23. Like I said, I’m a Simmons fan over Oliver, but I’m telling you Oliver will have an insane combine.
  24. I could see them reaching and drafting someone like Elgton Jenkins.