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QUARTERBACK

1. Joe Burrow, LSU
2. Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama
3. Justin Herbert, Oregon
4. Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma
5. Jake Fromm, Georgia
6. Jordan Love, Utah State
7. Anthony Gordon, Washington State
8. Jacob Eason, Washington
9. Josh Love, San Jose State
10. Jake Luton, Oregon State

RUNNING BACK

1. D’Andre Swift, Georgia
2. Zack Moss, Utah
3. Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin
4. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU
5. J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State
6. Antonio Gibson, Memphis
7. Cam Akers, Florida State
8. Lynn Bowden Jr., Kentucky
9. Ke'Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt
10. J.J. Taylor, Arizona

WIDE RECEIVER

1. Jerry Jeudy, Alabama
2. CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma
3. Henry Ruggs III, Alabama
4. Laviska Shenault Jr., Colorado
5. Jalen Reagor, TCU
6. Michael Pittman Jr., USC
7. Tee Higgins, Clemson
8. Justin Jefferson, LSU
9. Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State
10. Denzel Mims, Baylor

TIGHT END

1. Hunter Bryant, Washington
2. Cole Kmet, Notre Dame
3. Adam Trautman, Dayton
4. Brycen Hopkins, Purdue
5. Stephen Sullivan, LSU
6. Harrison Bryant, FAU
7. Cheynne O'Grady, Arkansas
8. Devin Asiasi, UCLA
9. Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt
10. Dalton Keene, Virginia Tech

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

1. Andrew Thomas, Georgia
2. Tristan Wirfs, Iowa
3. Jedrick Wills Jr., Alabama
4. Josh Jones, Houston
5. Mekhi Becton, Louisville
6. Ben Bartch, St. Johns
7. Ezra Cleveland, Boise State
8. Jack Driscoll, Auburn
9. Austin Jackson, USC
10. Matt Peart, UConn

INTERIOR OFFENSIVE LINE

1. Netane Muti, Fresno State
2. Jonah Jackson, Ohio State
3. Cesar Ruiz, Michigan
4. Damien Lewis, LSU
5. Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin
6. Robert Hunt, Lousiana
7. Nick Harris, Washington
8. Matt Hennessey, Temple
9. Isaiah Wilson, Georgia
10. Logan Stenberg, Kentucky

DEFENSIVE INTERIOR

1. Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina
2. Derrick Brown, Auburn
3. Jordan Elliott, Missouri
4. Marlon Davidson, Auburn
5. Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M
6. Neville Gallimore, Oklahoma
7. Ross Blacklock, TCU
8. Davon Hamilton, Ohio State
9. James Lynch, Baylor
10. John Penisini, Utah

EDGE

1. Chase Young, Ohio State
2. A.J. Epenesa, Iowa
3. Curtis Weaver, Boise State
4. Julian Okwara, Notre Dame
5. K’Lavon Chaisson, LSU
6. Darrell Taylor, Tennessee
7. Josh Uche, Michigan
8. Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State
9. Terrell Lewis, Alabama
10. Trevis Gipson, Tulsa

LINEBACKER

1. Isaiah Simmons, Clemson
2. Patrick Queen, LSU
3. Willie Gay Jr., Mississippi State
4. Zack Baun, Wisconsin
5. Troy Dye, Oregon
6. Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma
7. Jordyn Brooks, Texas Tech
8. Akeem Davis-Gaither, App State
9. Malik Harrison, Ohio State
10. Logan Wilson, Wyoming

CORNERBACK

1. Jeffrey Okudah, Ohio State
2. Kristian Fulton, LSU
3. C.J. Henderson, Florida
4. Jaylon Johnson, Utah
5. A.J. Terrell, Clemson
6. Trevon Diggs, Alabama
7. Jeff Gladney, TCU
8. Bryce Hall, Virginia
9. Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State
10. Noah Igbinoghene, Auburn

SAFETY

1. Grant Delpit, LSU
2. Xavier McKinney, Alabama
3. Ashtyn Davis, California
4. Antoine Winfield Jr. Minnesota
5. Kyle Dugger, Lenoir Rhyne
6. Geno Stone, Iowa
7. Terrell Burgess, Utah
8. K’Von Wallace, Clemson
9. Kenny Robinson, West Virginia/St. Louis Battlehawks
10. Jeremy Chinn, Southern Illinois

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5 minutes ago, Tim Mazetti said:

Kinlaw over Brown? Well this is interesting. @1989Fan

And other targets.

It seems that the Falcons' are setting pretty at 16 according to this.

Safety's, DT, LB and more. Need a gifted center this year please.

The just moved him ahead this last update, said it came down to what they offer as a pass rusher, which Kinlaw offers more.

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7 minutes ago, Rings said:

The just moved him ahead this last update, said it came down to what they offer as a pass rusher, which Kinlaw offers more.

He is fast from what I have seen, but Brown is a stuffer and chaser too. I grimace when teams run off tackle on my Birds for four and five yards.

So this is a good thing for the Falcons' I think. One may drop enough for a trade up.

 Prolly be Delpit tho at 16.

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54 minutes ago, Tim Mazetti said:

Kinlaw over Brown? Well this is interesting. @1989Fan

And other targets.

It seems that the Falcons' are setting pretty at 16 according to this.

Safety's, DT, LB and more. Need a gifted center this year please.

Kinlaw over Brown..... I agree.  

Sitting pretty at 16?  Not really.  Had we not won a few meaningless games, we would have a shot at Simmons, who would have transformed our defense.  

Simmons is the NFL's next great LB.  Deion Jones is a good LB, but he would be the Carl Banks to Simmon's Taylor. 

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10 minutes ago, etherdome said:

Kinlaw over Brown..... I agree.  

Sitting pretty at 16?  Not really.  Had we not won a few meaningless games, we would have a shot at Simmons, who would have transformed our defense.  

Simmons is the NFL's next great LB.  Deion Jones is a good LB, but he would be the Carl Banks to Simmon's Taylor. 

Play to win. Dannit.

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54 minutes ago, etherdome said:

Kinlaw over Brown..... I agree.  

Sitting pretty at 16?  Not really.  Had we not won a few meaningless games, we would have a shot at Simmons, who would have transformed our defense.  

Simmons is the NFL's next great LB.  Deion Jones is a good LB, but he would be the Carl Banks to Simmon's Taylor. 

Streaching the ol neck out on a college player/?

And this: Just win.

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I know Delpit is a popular name around here but I wouldn’t mind McKinley at FS. 

Xavier McKinney Scouting Report 
By Charlie Campbell 

 

Strengths: 

  • Instinctive 
  • Tremendous coverage safety 
  • Can play single high safety 
  • Covers a lot of ground 
  • Keeps plays in front of him 
  • Steady at covering receivers over the top 
  • Good vision, eye discipline 
  • Man-coverage ability on tight ends 
  • Man-coverage ability on slot receivers 
  • Asset to defend big receivers 
  • Asset to defend speed receivers downfield 
  • Fluid; can flip his hips and run 
  • Always around the ball 
  • Solid run defender 
  • Very tough 
  • Willing tackler 
  • Interchangeable to play free or strong safety 
  • Should be able to play quickly 
  • Experienced and successful against good college talent 
  • Versatile 
  • Experience against quality competition



     
Weaknesses: 
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