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NFL Draft Prospect Rankings 2021


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3 hours ago, A-TowN.- said:

Large update today. 

Some risers:

- Tre Brown, Kelvin Joseph, Tay Gowan, Payton Turner, Elijah Molden, Jamar Johnson, Dayo Odeyingbo, Austin Watkins, Kylin Hill.

Some fallers:

- Jalen Twyman, Caden Sterns, Paris Ford, Jaret Patterson, Dillion Radunz, Jordan Smith.

Kelvin Joseph and Tay Gowan are two second tier CBS I really like.

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13 hours ago, 1989Fan said:

Kelvin Joseph and Tay Gowan are two second tier CBS I really like.

Yeah they are very good. I think I am higher on Tre Brown than most, but I think he is incredibly clutch and shows fantastic awareness in coverage. Kelvin Joseph would probably go much higher if he didn't have the off the field stuff.

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38 minutes ago, ATLSlobberKnockers said:

And he put my boy TJ Vasher at 50. Lol. This years wr class is better than last years.

Alright, I'll cut him some slack. I just added Ben Skowronek as the worst WR I've watched, but TJ isn't that far behind. 

My gripes with TJ Vasher:
- He's older. He is around 23-24 and it feels like he's been in the last three drafts.
- He's a really skinny, really needs to add something to his frame.
- Poor route runner with little to no quickness in his breaks.
- Horrible play strength and play speed - he didn't test anything other than vert at his pro day, so that is telling as well.

All in all, I feel like he has 1-2 good plays a game (contested catch), then he does nothing the rest of the game.

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11 hours ago, A-TowN.- said:

Alright, I'll cut him some slack. I just added Ben Skowronek as the worst WR I've watched, but TJ isn't that far behind. 

My gripes with TJ Vasher:
- He's older. He is around 23-24 and it feels like he's been in the last three drafts.
- He's a really skinny, really needs to add something to his frame.
- Poor route runner with little to no quickness in his breaks.
- Horrible play strength and play speed - he didn't test anything other than vert at his pro day, so that is telling as well.

All in all, I feel like he has 1-2 good plays a game (contested catch), then he does nothing the rest of the game.

Yeah hes a red zone threat. 6'6" 215 isn't exactly small either.

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28 minutes ago, ATLSlobberKnockers said:

Yeah hes a red zone threat. 6'6" 215 isn't exactly small either.

He’s a string bean, and he weighed 203 lbs at his pro day. I could see a team taking him in the 7th, but I don’t think he ever stick. 

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Probably my last update as I am compiling a big board now with grades (1st rd - UDFA).

Notable stock-up players after rewatching & pro days:

Ihmir Smith-Marsette, WR Iowa - Crazy fluid athlete with solid hands. Huge homerun threat.

Josh Palmer, WR Tennessee - Fantastic hands and route running. Shows some Michael Thomas to his game.

Zech McPhearson, CB Texas Tech - Explosive, sticky in coverage, quick, and great in run support.

Chris Rumph III, EDGE Duke - He's so undersized, but he is honestly the best pass rusher in the class from a technique stand-point. 

Tommy Togiai, DT Ohio State - Great explosion and agility with some impressive strength. He can anchor but also overpower interior linemen. 

Notable stock-down players after rewatching & pro days:

Tutu Atwell, WR Louisville - Weighed in at 149 lbs. This is would be the smallest player ever drafted.

Jabril Cox, LB LSU - Solid in coverage, but abysmal against the run. 

Patrick Jones II, EDGE Pittsburgh - He's got solid technique, but he is just an average athlete. Think he's close to his ceiling, but he can be a solid rotational piece.

Paulson Adebo, CB Stanford - He's good at testing, but he doesn't show it on film. Ball skills are there, but he's stiff & tight hipped at times. Not a man-corner, and I think he's scheme limited. He would be best in a DQ/Seattle Cover3 scheme.

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Ten most underrated prospects:
1. Ambry Thomas, CB Michigan
2. Ben Cleveland, OG Georgia
3. Tyree Gillespie, S Missouri
4. Tre Brown, CB Oklahoma
5. Tommy Togiai, DT Ohio State
6. Gregory Rousseau, ED Miami
7. Briley Moore, TE Kansas State
8. Zach Davidson, TE Central Missouri
9. Spencer Brown, RB UAB
10. Jonathan Marshall, DT Arkansas

 

Ten most overrated prospects:
1. Marco Wilson, CB Florida
2. Jabril Cox, LB LSU
3. Jayson Oweh, ED Penn State
4. Daviyon Nixon, DT Iowa
5. Deonte Brown, OG Alabama
6. Kenny Yeboah, TE Ole Miss
7. Tutu Atwell, WR Louisville
8. Chuba Hubbard, RB Oklahoma State
9. Dayo Odeyingbo, ED Vanderbilt
10. Joshuah Bledsoe, S Missouri

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