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  1. We don't have a 5th so if we wanted Flowers it would have to be the 4th. Doubt he'll be there at the end of the 6th.
  2. We may be done in FA and word is we will build thru the draft. With the Fusco signing we can focus on the DL now. 1. DT Taven Bryan 2. DT BJ Hill 3. RB Kalen Ballage 4. FB Dimitri Flowers 6. TE Will Dissly 7a. ILB Joel Iyiegbuniwe 7b. CB Heath Harding DQ talked about adding power so here it is.
  3. Twenty two teams are on hand for Nevada pro day, which is getting underway, including five offensive line coaches. Just about all the teams in Reno are in attendance for one player. Offensive line coaches from the New York Jets, Carolina Panthers, Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks are at Nevada pro day to watch offensive lineman Austin Corbett. We grade Corbett as a second round prospect and he’s done well in the post season performing brilliantly at the Senior Bowl then turning in a top notch combine workout. Today he will only participate in position drills today and will rest on his numbers from Indianapolis. The versatile offensive lineman will be interviewing with each of the offensive line coaches on hand. During our Senior Bowl coverage we mentioned Corbett being a day two target for the Seahawks. * Please help support Draft Analyst by visiting our sponsors- thank you. Update The forty yard dashes at Nevada were run in miserable conditions, as seen on a video I posted on twitter, unless of course you are a cross country skier. The position drills for Corbett were done on a little turf area inside the schools weight facility. Corbett was run through about 30 minutes of drills and looked solid. The college tackle is projected to guard or center at the next level (we presently grade Corbett as our #4 offensive guard). His calendar is packed with workouts and official visits. Next week alone Corbett will work out for theTampa Bay Bucs, Tennessee Titans, Cincinnati Bengals and Dallas Cowboys. http://draftanalyst.com/nevada-pro-day Doesn't mention us but I've been saying all along that Corbett is **** good.
  4. Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn, defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel and general manager Thomas Dimitroff were in Boulder earlier this week to work out CU defensive backs Isaiah Oliver andAfolabi Laguda. I’ll stay away from the Josh Rosen coverage as everyone has been all over it but will I will mention the Bruins second rated prospect, offensive tackle Kolton Miller. Miller stood on his combine numbers yet looked very athletic during position drills. He’s a long lean tackle who moved well about the field. I was surprised to find out many teams feel he’ll stay at left tackle in the NFL as I’ve always viewed Miller as a right tackle prospect. Scouts love his upside and feel he has the agility to stay on the blind side. Miller met with the Seattle Seahawks, Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons at USC pro-day. He will be working out for the San Francisco 49ers in the coming days and has an official visit set for theDallas Cowboys. http://draftanalyst.com/pro-day-march-16-nevada-central-michigan-oregon-state
  5. Check out @NFLDraftBible’s Tweet:
  6. He did good against Garrett. The #1 overall pick. I would take him at 26.
  7. Check out @ig_nacious_’s Tweet:
  8. 5 PLAYER: DAESEAN HAMILTON POSITION: WR SCHOOL: PENN STATE HT: 6005 WT: 203 CLASS: rSR ARM: 31 HAND: 9 3/8 40YD: - 10YD: - BENCH: - 3CONE: 6.84 BROAD: 118 VERT: 34.5 MEETING TRACKER: ATL, CAR, CIN, DAL, LAC, MIA, NYG, NYJ http://www.scouturf.com/bigboard
  9. 3. NFL Draft Riser: DL B.J. Hill, North Carolina State Gregory Payan/Associated Press Hill's strong Senior Bowl propelled him up my board, and he moved up again following a brilliant combine performance. It's time to start talking about the stout North Carolina State defensive tackle as a second-rounder. Hill has the tools to be an immediate starter as a 1- or 3-technique. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2763278-matt-millers-scouting-notebook-why-the-giants-could-be-the-key-to-2018-draft?share=twitter
  10. Yep. Got him in my next mock.
  11. After today I have to tweak this a little. I think we still go OL first. But I really like Corbett at 26. He can play anywhere on the line and his stock is rising. Seems like we like BJ Hill a lot and he seems to be moving up too. I think we'll have to get him at 58. We also need a blocking TE. Ryan Izzo would be perfect. So it's only a few changes. 1. Corbett 2. Hill 6. Izzo 7a. Tre Williams 7b. Heath Harding
  12. He won't last. I would take Corbett at 26. His stock is rising after a good combine. Also has good tape. He's played RT, C, guard. Daniel Jeremiah said he could get late 1st consideration.
  13. I believe we can get a DT in the 3rd. I would go OG, WR, and DT.
  14. I think we still go O line 1st rd. I'm looking at Austin Corbett. Daniel Jeremiah said he might get 1st rd consideration.