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  1. Not a Falcons fan but I was able to do this
  2. Or do you're own simulated Mock for all teams or your favorite team. I did one for the Phins and man I wish the draft would fall the same way. https://thedraftnetwork.com/mock-draft-machine
  3. If you're board being stuck in house here's a live cam of ospreys nesting at the Landings http://landingsbirdcam.com/
  4. Georgia trending for five-star Amarius Mims ByKIPP ADAMS 40 minutes ago With both starting tackles off to the NFL, Georgia enters 2020 with uncertainty along the offensive line. Looking to the 2021 cycle, it is clear that Georgia needs to restock its offensive line room and, as luck would have it, there are plenty of talented in-state targets on the board. One of them is trending to the Dawgs in the 247Sports Crystal Ball. According to the predictive feature, Georgia has received all six predictions and hold all of the selections for Cochran (Ga.) Bleckley County five-star Amarius Mims. The 6-foot-7, 315-pound prospect has over two dozen offers and a top 14 of Clemson, Auburn, LSU, Alabama, Florida State, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, USC, Georgia, Florida, UNC, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Oregon. Mims last visited Georgia in January. "It was good," Mims said. "Everything went well and we talked a lot and got to know each other better. We will have a strong relationship as I keep going up there and keep spending time with him. I got to talk to Coach Smart and the entire coaching staff and players and Brock Vandagriff." The 6-foot-7.5, 315-pound junior came out of his latest visit with a high level of comfort. "Like I have told you, it feels like home when I go to Georgia and it still feels like home now," Mims said. "They are definitely back at the top. I told you in Orlando that LSU and Alabama were up there but you knew you could not count Georgia out. They were up there with them and they might be ahead after this visit. I would probably say they have taken the lead. I have been talking to LSU and Alabama and they are right there. I talk to those three the most and they have had the most impact so far." It looks like Georgia has reclaimed the top spot with Mims and he explained why the momentum had been regained. "Just that relationship I have," Mims said. "I have been there so many times that I have built a strong relationship with Kirby Smart. I am just more familiar with Georgia than I am the other schools. They have a good chance with me." Mims is given a player comparison of Cam Robinson and the scouting report is below. Possesses an elite combination of size and length for an offensive tackle. Has rare length by way of long arms and big hands along with a sturdy build with room to add some muscle to his frame. On the hoof, looks as good as you could hope for at this stage for an offensive tackle prospect. Already is over 300 pounds without much bad weight. Shows his athletic ability while playing both ways at offensive tackle and defensive end. Moves well at the second level, using quick feet and his length to get his hands on linebackers. Shows good flexibility and bends at the knees. Has some pop in his hands and easily plants opposing defensive linemen on contact. Will need to continue getting stronger and refining his pass set technique. Looks to have a very high upside early on and should develop into a top national prospect. Has the ultimate upside of developing into a multi-year starter at the Power 5 level and eventual high NFL Draft pick.
  5. What NFL.com thinks of Georgia players in the 2020 NFL draft ByKIPP ADAMS 3 hours ago The 2020 NFL Draft is set to take place from April 23-25 and while it was originally scheduled to take place in Las Vegas, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is likely to result in it taking place in a studio setting instead. Once again, Georgia is likely to have a strong presence in the draft. Coming off an 11-win season, with back-to-back-to-back SEC East Division Titles, trips to the SEC Championship, and an appearance in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, kicker Rodrigo Blankenship, wide receiver Lawrence Cager, quarterback Jake Fromm, running back Brian Herrien, offensive lineman Solomon Kindley, safety J.R. Reed, running back D'Andre Swift, offensive tackle Andrew Thomas, offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson, and tight end Charlie Woerner all were invited to the combine. NFL.com has updated its draft profiles for each player following the combine, and the site has posted initial scouting reports and player comparisons for all 10 Georgia players. Scroll down to read more about each player. The NFL.com profiles also include a prospect grade on a 10-point scale. - A 9-10 grade is considered a once in a lifetime player. - An 8-8.99 grade is considered a perennial All-Pro. - A 7.5-7.99 is considered a future All-Pro. - A 7.0-7.49 is considered a Pro Bowl-caliber player. - A 6.50-6.99 grade is considered a chance to become a Pro Bowl-caliber player. - A 6.00-6.49 grade means the player should become an instant starter - A 5.50-5.99 grade means the player has a chance to become an instant NFL starter - A 5.20-5.49 grade means the player is an NFL backup or has special teams potential DB J.R. REED Pre-combine Grade: 5.99 Post-combine grade: 5.92 Overview: Productive, football-savvy prospect with unremarkable traits and explosiveness, but an elevated football IQ to make up for it. He needs to prove he can hit the baseline speed and athleticism numbers as a split-safety who can drop into the box or cover tight ends despite his slender frame. His instinctive brand of football allows him to play chess against quarterbacks, but he could struggle if the offensive scheme is able to isolate him against a vertical target. The size, length and speed won't impress and he's not a rangy player, but toughness and smarts could push him beyond the measurables. NFL Comparison: Xavier Woods Strength: Football smart with wheels turning during the play. Weakness: Below average safety frame with narrow hips and short arms. K RODRIGO BLANKENSHIP Pre-combine Grade: 5.99 Post-Combine Grade: 5.99 Overview: Charismatic kicker and fan favorite -- as long as he's making his kicks. His thick, black-rimmed glasses have become his trademark, but so too are booming touchbacks and a big leg to hit 50-yard field goals with plenty of ball flight leftover. Blankenship rarely mi****s the football but does need to make sure he elevates drive kicks consistently. He should be the first kicker off the board. Strength: Made 92.7 percent of kicks under 40 yards Weakness: Missed six kicks in 2019 WR LAWRENCE CAGER Pre-combine Grade: 5.87 Post-combine Grade: 5.87 NFL Comparison: Justin Watson Overview: There are two versions of Lawrence Cager. The Miami Hurricane version played slower and had issues with focus drops. The Georgia Bulldog version played faster and with better fluidity of movement. In fact, he played with elite focus and contested-catch talent. He is a reliable possession receiver with the size and toughness to work the middle of the field, but proved he could make impressive catches on all three levels. Both versions had issues with injury, so his medicals and 40-yard-dash time will play a substantial role in deciding whether or not he gets drafted, but his 2019 tape was definitely good enough. Strength: Outstanding size combined with smooth athleticism Weakness: Durability will be a concern QB JAKE FROMM Pre-combine Grade: 6.29 Post-combine Grade: 6.16 NFL Comparison: Colt McCoy Overview: Heady quarterback who is light on physical traits but sees the game like a pro-signal-caller most of the time. Fromm has big-game experience and proved to be a worthy challenger against Alabama as a freshman and sophomore. He's a full-field reader who has shown a consistent ability to change plays and make smart pre- and post-snap decisions. He'll be forced into becoming more consistent with timing and ball placement in order to overcome a lack of arm strength and an inability to make off-schedule plays. He's an intelligent game-manager whose range is good backup to middling starter, but he will be scheme- and skill-position-needy at the next level. Strength: Typically unrattled in high-leverage battles Weakness: Lacks premium physical tools RB BRIAN HERRIEN Pre-combine Grade: 5.60 Post-combine Grade: 5.60 Overview: Hard-charging, backup-caliber running back with adequate size and plenty of toughness but missing feel and finesse. Herrien is loose-limbed and has some elusiveness, but the tape is littered with runs where he tastes squared, punishing contact. With that said, he has one fumble over 296 attempts and through all the contact, he rarely seems deterred from squeezing out additional yardage by any means necessary. His lack of decisiveness is apparent when watching him follow teammate D'Andre Swift, but success in short-yardage carries and kick-return experience might help his cause. Strength: NFL size with quick-trigger burst when lane opens Weakness: Harsh running style lacks finesse and rhythm OL SOLOMON KINDLEY Pre-combine Grade: 5.50 Post-combine Grade: 5.50 NFL Comparison: Denver Kirkland Overview: Nasty guard who lives in scrap mode, looking for fights inside a relatively small phone booth where he's most comfortable. Kindley has the frame of a powerful guard, but doesn't bend well enough to generate leverage and push at the point of attack. He's a mauler with enough finesse to get to some reach and cut-off blocks, but faces scheme limitations. Slide quickness is limited and his tendency to lunge allows rushers to work around his edge earlier than teams like. The size and toughness are great, but Kindley needs to play with better control and technique in order to become an average NFL backup. Strength: Wide frame from chest to ankles Weakness: Helmet comes before hands into first contact RB D'ANDRE SWIFT Pre-combine Grade: 6.81 Post-combine Grade: 6.78 NFL Comparison: Frank Gore Overview: Swift possesses the play traits and running style of a skillful NFL veteran and is the latest in an avalanche of talented Georgia backs. Tempo and decisiveness are his calling cards, making him a highly talented inside/outside zone runner. He's a cerebral runner who understands block timing and uses quick-cut agility and rare spatial awareness to read and react to defenses beyond the second level. Swift isn't overly explosive as a home-run hitter and doesn't run with the violence of last year's top running back, Josh Jacobs. He can step right in and provide early stability and production as an efficient, every-down back with Offensive Rookie of the Year potential. Strength: Compact build with strong lower body and three-down talen Weakness: Ball security is well below NFL standards, with a low carries-per-fumble mark OT ANDREW THOMAS Pre-combine Grade: 6.48 Post-combine Grade: 6.49 NFL Comparison: Ja'Wuan James Overview: Three-year starter and current bellcow of a line that is a consistent front-runner for the Joe Moore Award. He's played both tackle spots but may get first crack at playing on the left side, due to the dearth of talent there. Thomas is a gritty player with above-average recovery talent to "get the job done" when his process breaks down. He's a Day 1 starter who comes in well-coached and technically savvy, but occasional leaning, lunging and inconsistent knee bend in pass pro could be isolated and attacked by pass-rush wolves looking to feast if he doesn't get those areas cleaned up. Strength: Hurries to get to lateral landmarks in run game Weakness: Is a little heavy-legged in his second-level climbs OT ISAIAH WILSON Pre-combine Grade: 6.28 Post-combine Grade: 6.34 NFL Comparison: Phil Loadholt Overview: Big, broad right tackle prospect with outstanding physical traits and above-average potential. Wilson's play was a bit uneven depending on his matchup, but his level of play showed improvement in-season. He's a little inconsistent hitting his landmarks as a zone blocker but should fit nicely into a man-based blocking scheme. A potential lack of range in pass protection could lead to over-sets and subsequent troubles with inside counters. Wilson has elite size and length. There's buzz surrounding his NFL projection, but early work might be needed for both his footwork and technique in order to play with desired consistency as a starter. Strength: Broad through chest and back with tapered waist Weakness: Lurches forward, diminishing balance as run blocker TE CHARLIE WOERNER Pre-combine Grade: 5.62 Post-combine Grade: 5.51 Player Bio: Hard-charging, pesky blocker whose lack of size and length make him a candidate for a move to fulltime fullback or H-back. Woerner simply doesn't have it in him to give the defender a half-speed rep and he's more than ready to collide into his target on iso-blocks or in space. He has the body control and radar to handle move blocking duties but lacks the physical traits teams seek. Woerner has some athleticism but was a relative non-factor as a pass-catcher and needs to stand out on special teams to bolster his chances. Strength: Used like a fullback but from wingback alignment Weakness: Carries very short arms for his size
  6. Yep always wanted the raiders with Bo and Marcus Giants wasn't bad either
  7. Jamie Newman continues to train for upcoming season ByRUSTY MANSELL 2 hours ago Well known quarterback coach Quincy Avery has worked with many talented quarterbacks over the years. He is the personal coach of Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson , Jalen Hurts and many others travel to the Atlanta area to work with Avery. Georgia QB Jamie Newman also works closely with Avery and the two are hard at it during this college football layoff due to the spread of the coronavirus. Avery knows the former Wake Forest signal caller very well and believes he is already a little step ahead of the game as a graduate transfer and mature player entering his one season at UGA, even without spring practice “The situation that Jamie is in, is a lot different than someone that is coming in from high school,” Avery told Dawgs247 .”Jamie knows what it takes to be a starter at the division one P5 level already. He understands what it will take from him, he does not need to get acclimated to college football. Of course reps of spring ball would have been a positive and beneficial, but I am 100 percent confident that Jamie can get his guys together when they are allowed and get going with work.” The current objective of Newman's training is fine tuning his skill set and keeping him ready for when the practice and throwing sessions resume in Athens. “Right now we are training essentially like I train my guys for the combine and draft, “ he said. ”With Georgia’s offense not being completely in with a new offensive coaching staff, our focus has been really just working technique and understanding football right now. Jamie is so mature and he wants to be great so bad. It has been great. He always wants to get better. He really threw the ball well last year at Wake Forest. He has never had the opportunity to throw with receivers like he is about to have at Georgia with George (Pickens) and those kind of guys. As soon as he can get on the field with those guys and get consistent, he is going to look even more talented than people saw last year.” When asked why Georgia fans should be excited about their transfer QB this upcoming season, Avery is pretty clear when it comes to his expectations for Newman. “I would be most excited as a Georgia fan that they will have a quarterback that can do everything that is the new way of college football,” he said.”He can throw it as well as anybody, he has ton of energy, and he is as athletic as you can ask for in terms of the quarterback position. He can get you out of bad situation differently than they had someone do that previously. Of course Jake Fromm was super smart, but there is an athletic dynamic to Jamie that is truly, truly different."
  8. Hmm Hope you right Brock