D.B.N. Posted February 28, 2016 Share Posted February 28, 2016 Free Agency Danny Trevathan - LB - Broncos Ben Jones - C - Texans Jermaine Kearse - WR - Seahawks Tamba Hali - LB - Chiefs Draft 1. Shaq Lawson - DE - Clemson 2. Jeremy Cash - SS - Duke 3. Jordan Jenkins - LB - Georgia 4. Willie Beavers - G - Western Michigan 7. BPA Analysis I figure we make at least one "splash" signing in Free Agency this year. Our "splash" signing will be Danny Trevathan in this mock. Sideline-to-sideline LB who is also capable of dropping into Zone or Man coverage. Trevathan also has very good closing speed and a nose for the ball. Next we sign Ben Jones, a versatile OL who can play C or Guard. We do not need to spend superstar money on an aging/declining Alex Mack and Jones can sufficiently snap the ball so he is an automatic upgrade at C. Jermaine Kearse is a big bodied, physical WR who is also good at blocking and would fit in nicely opposite Julio. Tamba Hali is a guy who getting up in age, but still continues to produce. You can never have enough pass rushers, and I think Hali would be a solid addition and could help mentor our young pass rushers. On to the draft, we select Shaq Lawson in the first round to pair up with Vic & Grady and suddenly our DL is looking better and better. It doesn't hurt that these three guys all played together at Clemson and already have some chemistry with each other. In the 2nd round we take our SS of the future in Jeremy Cash. At 6'2" 210 lbs, Cash is exactly what Quinn looks for in a SS and this guy is a tackling machine. Third round we get good value and take Jordan Jenkins out of UGA to further boost our LB corps. Fourth round we take Willie Beavers our of Western Michigan. This is a guy who is extremely athletic and has quick feet - a perfect match for our ZBS we employ on offense. BPA 7th round. Thoughts/opinions/advice is appreciated! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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