ahawkins

Ultimate Draft!? How would you feel?

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I feel like this draft would be ideal! 

 

14 Cody Ford, IOL Oklahoma

45 Amani Oruwariye, CB Penn State

79 Renell Wren, IDL Arizona State

117 Terronne Prescod, IOL NC State

137 Ben Burr-Kirven, LB Washington

152 Foster Moreau, TE LSU

172 Tyree St. Louis, OT Miami

186 Hunter Renfrow, WR Clemson

230 Jonathan Ledbetter, EDGE Georgia

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#14- IOL Cody Ford- 6'4 329 = Massive guy with athletic play. He can lock down RT, but I would play him at RG and let him dominate.

#45- CB Amani Oruwariye- 6'2 205 = Looks the part, has decent length our staff covets, high-ceiling guy who excels in zone and press- and is physical. If Tru doesn't rebound, then it also provides us another outside option.

#79- IDL Renell Wren- 6'5 318 = Has size, length, and good first step quickness. Is a bit raw, but shows flashes of high potential specifically pushing the pocket and in the run game. 

#117- IOL Terrone Prescod- 6'5 331 = Why didn't this guy get an invite to the combine?! He's another massive guy. Read this from The Draft Network, "Has the power to move people against their will and put them on their back. Uproots defensive lineman out of their gap and creates space in the run game. Very intentional about body positioning and taking advantage of blocking angles. Blends technique and power well." He also has vast experience in the zone blocking scheme, seeing as that's primarily what they run at NC State. Plug and play LG. (Our interior is now solidified with Prescod, Mack, and Ford.. Free and Ryan are salivating at this point)

#137- LB Ben Burr-Kirven- 6'0 230 = He's a small but instinctive guy. A tackling machine, who plays whistle to whistle. Competitive Toughness is considered his "best trait" and he's productive. "He earned first-team Associated Press All-American and the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year Award after leading the country with 176 total tackles (ranking third with 94 solos) and also posting 5.5 tackles for loss, two sacks, two interceptions, six pass breakups, three fumble recoveries and four forced fumbles." -He's LB depth in the middle and weakside and a ST guy from day 1. 

#152- TE Foster Moraeu- 6'4 253 = "Really competes as a run blocker, fires off the ball and looks for blood." He's a feisty blocker who possesses some athleticism. (4.66 40, 36.5 vert, 121 broad)  His comp on NFL.com is Logan Paulsen.. 

#172- OT Tyree St. Louis- 6'5 305 = Played primarily at RT through career in Miami. (moved to LT senior year) Has a stocky frame, long arms, and good foot quickness. "St. Louis is an intelligent blocker that diagnoses stunts and blitzes from the defense well and has the reactive athleticism to shut them down." He's not a finished product but would offer competition at RT.

#186- WR Hunter Renfrow- 5'10 184 = Reliable, sure-handed slot receiver who uses shifty route running and technique to create separation. He always seems to come in clutch in big situations. While a total opposite in stature compared to Sanu, offers a similar "security blanket" who can move the chains.

#230- EDGE Jonathan Ledbetter- 6'4 280 = Not overly explosive, but has good inside and outside versatility. Has a good frame, length, and motor. Feel like this is a guy Quinn could work with along the line.

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