Cole World

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  1. When it's all said and done I do think it will be a player in the secondary selected for our first pick. I'm looking at Winfield Jr. or Henderson. Winfield is versatile. He could play nickel (which would allow Sheffield to play on the outside) or FS (which he could make Allen expendable after the season if they resign Kazee). Henderson would bring the coverage ability which would allow the players you mentioned enough time to cause disruption in the backfield.
  2. Hill and Miller
  3. @ATLSlobberKnockers can he drop back in coverage?
  4. I never seen him in action.
  5. Rotoworld screwed that one up. It has him being signed by the Texans.
  6. PICK ANALYSIS: Edmond Robinson is the first D2 player to be selected in this year's draft. He's a plus athlete with upside on the edge but there is alot of projection with this pick. --Mark Dulgerian Strengths Freakishly long with a frame that could easily add much more weight and muscle. Played over tight end against run teams, matched up on slot receivers and even rotated back to safety on a couple of snaps. Good initial quickness and ability to engulf his targets when tackling. Good pursuit laterally. Weaknesses Looks like a praying mantis on tape -- almost all legs. Excelled but didn't dominate against lower level of competition. Play strength is nowhere near ready as a linebacker prospect. Needs weight work and mass and needs to learn to use his length to keep blockers off of him. Draft Projection Undrafted Bottom Line Tall, lanky developmental prospect that must fill out and gain substantially more play strength to be able to handle the linebacker position. His length and ability to move in space is a little bit intriguing, though.
  7. This was just me assuming, but I was thinking we was holding onto Carpenter and or Brown until after the draft so other team wouldn't suspect them targeting a player like Hennessy in the mid rounds. Then again they might really let the 3 compete like TD said.
  8. Speaking with the media on the subject at the scouting combine in Indianapolis, general manager Thomas Dimitroff said you can’t have too many of them, per the Athletic. “You can never have too many corners — within reason, of course. . . Unfortunately, some of the corners go down, and you’re going to have to have people step up. Back to this being a matchup league, if you don’t have adept corners out there who can not only cover but make plays on balls, which is a really important thing, then you can be run roughshod by other teams who understand that.” It’s not a stretch to say the Falcons will definitely be looking closely at cornerback prospects throughout the combine. How aggressively they pursue the position may depend on how high they are on Isaiah Oliver. A second-round pick in 2018, Oliver had no more success than the team’s other cornerbacks. However, he does still have potential.
  9. I want either Dugger, Chinn, or Robinson. The latter if we don't go CB early, but definitely Chinn or Dugger.
  10. Yes, but from everything I read he projected to play guard in the NFL.
  11. You think Arizona needs a WR after getting D-Hop?
  12. Dang he performed better than Lindstrom
  13. I believe that would be our 3rd interaction with Cle
  14. I know Dan Quinn said before you can not have too many corners but TD echoed it on more than one occasion. Speaking with the media on the subject at the scouting combine in Indianapolis, general manager Thomas Dimitroff said you can’t have too many of them, per the Athletic. “You can never have too many corners — within reason, of course. . . Unfortunately, some of the corners go down, and you’re going to have to have people step up. Back to this being a matchup league, if you don’t have adept corners out there who can not only cover but make plays on balls, which is a really important thing, then you can be run roughshod by other teams who understand that.” It’s not a stretch to say the Falcons will definitely be looking closely at cornerback prospects throughout the combine. How aggressively they pursue the position may depend on how high they are on Isaiah Oliver. A second-round pick in 2018, Oliver had no more success than the team’s other cornerbacks. However, he does still have potential.
  15. Fulton do not meet the standards they look for in their CB’s