Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

2019 Draft Prospects To Keep An Eye On - NCAA Thread

Collapse
This is a sticky topic.
X
X
Collapse
First Prev Next Last
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • 2019 NFL mock draft: New names land in 1st round

    Could Duke QB Daniel Jones break into the top 32 in April?

    Although the playoffs just started, most teams in the NFL are in the offseason process. That means either looking for a new head coach or, for more, is looking ahead to the 2019 NFL draft.

    This weekís mock draft features a few new names, especially in the back end. This week thereís a surprise third quarterback and even a running back. One name you wonít be seeing is Auburn defensive tackle Derrick Brown. He announced on Sunday that he would return for his senior season, despite likely being a first-round pick in April.

    Even without Brown, there are plenty of defensive linemen, which you should come to suspect by now.

    1. Arizona Cardinals: Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State

    This weekís mock draft was going to explore the possibility of the Cardinals taking Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams with the first overall pick. The logic would be that Arizona already has one really good pass rusher in Chandler Jones. But The Broncos still took Bradley Chubb in 2018 after having Von Miller already and the Chargers look pretty content with Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram. Bosa and Jones should be able to co-exist just fine.

    2. San Francisco 49ers: Josh Allen, OLB/DE, Kentucky

    The 49ers should be figuring out how to get the Giants and Jaguars working against each other for a trade up for Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins. Moving back from the second pick to the sixth or seventh carries a risk, but the draft capital would help San Francisco accelerate its rebuild. If the team holds at No. 2, it will likely be choosing between Allen and Williams. Both have their merits. Allen just offers a little more than the 49ers donít currently have.

    3. New York Jets: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama


    You have to do some gymnastics to get to this choice. It starts with the next Jets coach moving the team from a 4-3 base defense. If that happens, the Jets need inside players. Veteran Steve McClendon is a free agent and Leonard Williams has been disappointing the last couple seasons. Williams, who creates havoc up the middle, could be the type of talent the Jets need.

    4. Oakland Raiders: Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan


    The Raiders had only 13 sacks this season, a shockingly low number. Thatís the lowest number in the NFL since the Chiefs had 10 in 2008. But the Raiders could be in a tough spot if Allen, Bosa and Williams are all picked ahead of them. Thatís one reason the Raiders should either look at a move up or hope a trade to get Haskins happens. Not that Gary is a bad option, though. The former blue chip recruit had 23 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks in his career at Michigan.

    5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama


    This is the ideal for the Buccaneers. Williams could be a stalwart at left tackle considering current starter Donovan Smith is a free agent. Williams is a technician who comes into the NFL after three years of starting for Alabama.

    6. New York Giants: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State


    The Giants should take Haskins, they just might not be able to with the sixth overall pick. Although Eli Manning returning still seems like a toss-up, general manager Dave Gettleman was noncommittal on the quarterback.

    7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss


    The Jaguars could turn to a veteran quarterback this offseason if they miss out on Haskins. After that, Jacksonville could turn its attention to the offensive line. The team will get Cam Robinson back from a torn ACL, but he could shift to the right side of the line. Little, one of the most athletically gifted tackle in the draft, could slot in on the right. If the Jaguars donít have a high grade on him, a trade down to target a wide receiver is possible.

    8. Detroit Lions: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU


    Darius Slay and Quandre Diggs are obviously good cornerbacks for the Lions, but they clearly need another player on the outside. Williams profiles as the best cornerback in the 2019 draft thanks to his size and playmaking ability.

    9. Buffalo Bills: Cody Ford, OT, Oklahoma


    Last yearís draft proved that teams are aggressive finding offensive tackles. Given the state of Buffaloís line, they may be the team in 2019 that reaches a little bit on a blocker. Ford is a massive right tackle who plays with aggression.

    10. Denver Broncos: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington


    Bradley Roby and Tramaine Brock are both free agents, and the Broncos may turn to the draft to replace them. A first-team All-American this season, Murphy excels at making a play on the ball. He finished the 2018 season with four interceptions and 13 pass breakups.

    11. Cincinnati Bengals: Devin White, LB, LSU


    White can be the player to cure Cincinnatiís long-standing issues at linebacker. He goes into the draft as easily the best off-ball linebacker available. Hereís a fun stat about White: In 2018, he had 123 tackles and 133 in 2017. Hereís the fun part. In 2018 he had 62 solo tackles and in 2017 he had 37.

    12. Green Bay Packers: Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson


    The Packers are still in search of a head coach, so itís challenging to lock them into players based on system fit. If defensive coordinator Mike Pettine is retained by the next head coach, heíll push for a pass rusher. Floridaís Jachai Polite is a logical choice, but Ferrell is closing his Clemson career strong.

    13. Miami Dolphins: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri


    The Ryan Tannehill era, in all its mediocrity, is likely coming to an end for the Dolphins. If and when Miami trades him, the teamís biggest offseason priority becomes quarterback. Look for Miami to closely follow Lock and Dukeís Daniel Jones at the Senior Bowl.

    14. Atlanta Falcons: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston


    Following Oliverís draft stock over the next few months is going to be interesting. The negative in Oliverís evaluation is that he didnít progress much as a pass rusher. The combination of that and a lower value on run-stopping defensive tackles could land him in the teens.

    15. Washington: Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama


    Oh yes, another Alabama player injected into Washingtonís defense. Thereís some logic to Thompson fitting in Washington. The team badly needs a pure free safety, and Thompson is arguably the best cover safety in the draft.

    16. Carolina Panthers: Jachai Polite, DE/OLB, Florida


    If Thompson is gone when Carolina comes up in the draft, the teamís attention should turn to finding an edge rusher. Polite knows how to use leverage to get low and bend around the edge.

    17. Cleveland Browns: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma


    Browns general manager John Dorsey was a semi-regular at Oklahoma games this season. He could pair Brown with his former teammate Baker Mayfield and help round out Clevelandís wide receiver group.

    18. Minnesota Vikings: Dalton Risner, OL, Kansas State


    In the first round, the Vikings should take whichever offensive lineman they have graded out the highest when they pick. The trouble for Minnesota is that there is no clear first round guard prospect. Forget a Quenton Nelson, thereís not even a guard who grades out close to players like Zack Martin or Mike Iupati. Risner probably comes the closest, and he gets a little extra bump in grade thanks to his versatility.

    19. Tennessee Titans: DreíMont Jones, DT, Ohio State


    The Titans need to add players this offseason who can create pressure, both from the interior defensive line and at the edge. Donít forget, edge rusher Brian Orakpo is retiring to go into cupcake making. Jones isnít know for stopping the run inside, but he does know how to use a swim move to get into the backfield.

    20. Pittsburgh Steelers: D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss


    It certainly seems like the Steelers will be forced to make a move with Antonio Brown this offseason. If heís traded away, the Steelers could turn to their first round pick for a replacement. Metcalf is an unfinished product coming out of Ole Miss, but no receiver in the draft his year has his combination of sheer size and athleticism.

    21. Seattle Seahawks: Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson


    The Seahawks go into the offseason with minimal money and just four draft picks. That means itís likely the team will move down from No. 21 and accumulate more picks, which means more cheap players. If the Seahawks hold at No. 21, they need a player who can start immediately. Wilkins, who is playing in his 59th game for Clemson Monday night, should eat up snaps for the Seahawks on the defensive line next to Jarran Reed.

    22. Baltimore Ravens: Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia


    Receivers like John Brown, Michael Crabtree and Willie Snead are decent, but if the Ravens want to give Lamar Jackson a real chance as a wide receiver, they need a top target. Ridley, the younger brother of Atlantaís Calvin Ridley, is a smooth route runner with good hands.

    23. Houston Texans: Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia


    Houstonís loss in the playoffs to the Colts proved that cornerback may be a bigger problem than offensive line this offseason. If Baker is on the board when Houston picks he should be an easy choice. Heís a technically sound cornerback with decent experience. Kareem Jackson is an unrestricted free agent, and at this point, Baker looks like an upgrade.

    24. Oakland Raiders (via Chicago): Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State


    The Raiders, with a new front office manned by former NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock, could go for value over character by picking Simmons. The Mississippi State defensive lineman would the Raiders another building block on a defense that needs a few of them.

    25. Philadelphia Eagles: Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State


    Brandon Graham and Chris Long are both free agents after the season, so the Eagles could look for a new edge rusher with their first-round pick. Sweat is a lanky pass rusher who brings speed around the corner. He needs to bulk up a little in the NFL, but he should be productive straight away at getting after the quarterback.

    26. Indianapolis Colts: Gerald Willis, DT, Miami


    The Colts are coming off a sensational draft class that had two first-team All-Pro players in it. But they still have some holes to fill. Namely, the teamís defensive line is still filled with players who fit better in a 3-4 than the teamís current 4-3 system. Willis is a menace up front and can occupy blockers and create a push.

    27. Oakland Raiders (via Dallas): NíKeal Harry, WR, Arizona State


    Ironically the pick that was acquired for Amari Cooper could end up being used on a wide receiver. Why? Because Oaklandís leading wide receiver last season was 33-year-old Jordy Nelson. Harry would give the Raiders a No. 1 wide out for Derek Carr, but he shouldnít be the only receiver the team takes in 2019.

    28. New England Patriots: Daniel Jones, QB, Duke


    Here is your quarterback surprise of the week. The Patriots desperately need a young quarterback behind Tom Brady, and Jones could make for an excellent understudy.

    29. Los Angeles Chargers: Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida


    Russell Okung has been a nice addition on the left side of the Chargersí offensive line, but an upgrade over Sam Tevi could be used on the right side. Martez Ivey seemed to get more of the attention on Floridaís offensive line, but Taylor is the better player. He can handle speed rushers on the edge, and at 6í5 and 328 pounds, he has plenty of size and power.

    30. Los Angeles Rams: Zach Allen, DE, Boston College


    An edge player is clearly the Ramsí biggest need this offseason. Allen is a powerful defensive end who has good enough speed to create consistent pressure. At 285 pounds, Allen is also capable of setting the edge against the run.

    31. Green Bay Packers: (via New Orleans): Brian Burns, DE/OLB, Florida State


    It wouldnít be the worst idea for the Packers to double up on edge rushers in the first round of the draft. Burns is more of a standup rusher than Ferrell, and can be moved around a little more.

    32. Kansas City Chiefs: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama


    The Chiefs have good depth at running back, but Spencer Ware, Charcandrick West and Damien Williams donít profile as a lead back. Jacobs is considered by many to be the draftís top running back even though he was used sporadically this season.. He runs with power and has good vision, and can help eat up clock for the Chiefs.
    Last edited by Formula 21; 01-07-2019, 08:08 AM.
    Moving to LA is not a good business decision, it’s a death sentence.

    Comment


    • There we go, the OTs are finally showing up in the mock drafts. 5 were in that one, including one for my favorite team. And Cajuste wasnt included.
      Moving to LA is not a good business decision, it’s a death sentence.

      Comment


      • Patriot will be trading up for a QB when we finish off Tommy Terrific

        Comment


        • This true freshman QB Lawrence is one to keep an eye on but I'm thinking we draft our QB in 2020.

          Comment


          • Tua sulking on the bench instead of going out to congratulate Clemson.

            Comment


            • Originally posted by Boltjolt View Post
              This true freshman QB Lawrence is one to keep an eye on but I'm thinking we draft our QB in 2020.
              He is rare level of greatness at QB and is receiving mentorship from Peyton Manning. Outside of Herbert and Tua in 2020 I don't see anyone worth drafting at QB, this current squad is built to contend for the next two seasons UNLESS Rivers gets a call from Father time and massively regresses in two years. I don't think we'll be in the running for the #1 pick better to continue building and look for a QB to fall in the draft the next two seasons or look for a trade of a veteran QB.

              Comment


              • Originally posted by Classic View Post

                He is rare level of greatness at QB and is receiving mentorship from Peyton Manning. Outside of Herbert and Tua in 2020 I don't see anyone worth drafting at QB, this current squad is built to contend for the next two seasons UNLESS Rivers gets a call from Father time and massively regresses in two years. I don't think we'll be in the running for the #1 pick better to continue building and look for a QB to fall in the draft the next two seasons or look for a trade of a veteran QB.
                If Foles continues to play well for Philly and takes the Eagles to another Super Bowl, it wouldn't be crazy for Philly to sign him to a long term deal. I that happens, which many Philly fans are in favor of, then Wentz would/should be available. Wentz has had injuries, but when healthy, is very good. I'd think long and hard about trading for him, depending on the ask.

                Comment


                • I dont see how any team can afford to sign two experienced, winning type qbs. The cap just wont permit it.
                  Moving to LA is not a good business decision, it’s a death sentence.

                  Comment


                  • Anyone see mack wilson play tonight??? Didnt look good in my eyes, he looked alil lost. Anyone got any differnet takes

                    Comment


                    • Originally posted by Attack View Post

                      If Foles continues to play well for Philly and takes the Eagles to another Super Bowl, it wouldn't be crazy for Philly to sign him to a long term deal. I that happens, which many Philly fans are in favor of, then Wentz would/should be available. Wentz has had injuries, but when healthy, is very good. I'd think long and hard about trading for him, depending on the ask.
                      We aren't going to trade for him. Rivers has at least two years left. Maybe three if they extend him. I look for teams like Denver to trade for him but no way we will

                      Comment


                      • Originally posted by Classic View Post

                        He is rare level of greatness at QB and is receiving mentorship from Peyton Manning. Outside of Herbert and Tua in 2020 I don't see anyone worth drafting at QB, this current squad is built to contend for the next two seasons UNLESS Rivers gets a call from Father time and massively regresses in two years. I don't think we'll be in the running for the #1 pick better to continue building and look for a QB to fall in the draft the next two seasons or look for a trade of a veteran QB.
                        There's quite a few QBs that will be in the 2020 draft. Much better class than this one is.l wasn't that impressed with Herbert. And we will have to trade up for sure. We won't wait for one to fall if there is a guy they like a lot
                        Last edited by Boltjolt; 01-08-2019, 07:31 AM.

                        Comment


                        • Foles is the second worst QB vs zone Defense in the NFL this season. Stop playing man d vs him. He also did not play that well vs CHI. That shank punt gave them a short field and he capitalized. Their Oline played an excellent game. I have no trouble saying PHI is gonna get trounced this weekend. The smoke will leave the room and what ya see in that mirror wonít be 5he fairest of them all. Brees Should have a field day vs that Swiss cheese pass d.

                          Comment


                          • The 2 guys i teally liked from the national championship game, thats draft elgible is
                            dylan moses lb alabama - kid was flying around the field, got his zones mixed up akmetimea. But he has some aerioua wheels on him
                            Christian Wilkins- 1 sack couple of pressures couple of tackles, you could really see how he can hold a point and also how get can sneakily beat thw olinemen

                            Comment


                            • A few more prospects for everyone to take a look at.......

                              Donald Parham (TE) STETSON
                              Terronne Prescott (OG) NCST
                              Draven Askew-Henry (S) WVU
                              Jay-Tee Tiuli (DT) EWU
                              Cody Thompson (WR) TOLEDO

                              2019 draft. A work in progress that’s getting closer with declared prospects .....
                              Christian Wilkins (DT) CU, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson (FS) UF, Dennis Daley (OT) USC, Isaiah Johnson (CB) UH, Austin Robinson (ILB) UH, Nick Fitzgerald (TE/SLASH) MSSU, Quinn Bailey (OT/OG) ASU

                              Comment


                              • 2019 Declared Underclassmen

                                Juniors and Redshirt Sophomores who have let it be known in one way or another that they will be entering the 2019 draft. Underclassmen have until the end of business on January 15th to apply to the NFL for inclusion in the upcoming draft.
                                Search:
                                DE Nick Bosa Ohio State JR
                                DT Quinnen Williams Alabama JR
                                DT Ed Oliver Houston JR
                                DE Clelin Ferrell Clemson JR
                                CB Greedy Williams LSU RSO
                                DE Rashan Gary Michigan JR
                                QB Dwayne Haskins Ohio State RSO
                                DT Jeffery Simmons Mississippi State JR
                                CB Byron Murphy Washington RSO
                                OT Jonah Williams Alabama JR
                                QB Daniel Jones Duke JR
                                OT Greg Little Mississippi JR
                                OLB Jachai Polite Florida JR
                                WR AJ Brown Mississippi JR
                                OLB Brian Burns Florida State JR
                                WR N'Keal Harry Arizona State JR
                                DT Dre'Mont Jones Ohio State JR
                                LB Devin Bush Michigan JR
                                NT Dexter Lawrence Clemson JR
                                WR JJ Arecega-Whiteside Stanford JR
                                WR Marquise Brown Oklahoma JR
                                SS Taylor Rapp Washington JR
                                WR Kelvin Harmon North Carolina State JR
                                OT David Edwards Wisconsin JR
                                WR Lil'Jordan Humphrey Texas JR
                                CB Julian Love Notre Dame JR
                                TE Noah Fant Iowa JR
                                RB David Montgomery Iowa State JR
                                OLB Vosean Joseph Florida JR
                                DE Joe Jackson Miami JR
                                RB Josh Jacobs Alabama JR
                                OT Jawaan Taylor Florida JR
                                RB Justice Hill Oklahoma State JR
                                WR Riley Ridley Georgia JR
                                TE Caleb Wilson UCLA JR
                                CB Trayvon Mullen Clemson JR
                                RB Trayveon Williams Texas A&M JR
                                WR DK Metcalf Mississippi RSO
                                OG Michael Jordan Ohio State JR
                                RB Miles Sanders Penn State JR
                                ER Sutton Smth Northern Illinois JR
                                OT Bobby Evans Oklahoma JR
                                RB Darrell Henderson Memphis JR
                                OG Connor McGovern Penn State JR
                                RB Benny Snell Kentucky JR
                                ER Jordan Brailford Oklahoma State JR
                                RB Devin Singletary Florida Atlantic JR
                                C Erik McCoy Texas A&M JR
                                QB Jarrett Stidham Auburn JR
                                CB Justin Layne Michigan State JR
                                WR Hakeem Butler Iowa State JR
                                OG Cody Ford Oklahoma JR
                                TE Irv Smith Alabama JR
                                SS Amani Hooker Iowa JR
                                WR Miles Boykin Notre Dame JR
                                RB Mike Weber Ohio State JR
                                WR Darius Slayton Auburn JR
                                ILB Tre Lamar Clemson JR
                                TE Kaden Smith Stanford RSO
                                QB Tyree Jackson Buffalo JR
                                TE Isaac Nauta Georgia JR
                                G/T Ryan Bates Penn State JR
                                WR/KR Greg Dortch Wake Forest RSO
                                OG Nate Herbig Stanford JR
                                TE Jace Sternberger Texas A&M JR
                                RB Travis Homer Miami JR
                                WR Mecole Hardman Georgia JR
                                TE Zach Gentry Michigan JR
                                WR Preston Williams Colorado State JR
                                FS Chauncey Gardner-Johnson Florida JR
                                TE Alize Mack Notre Dame JR
                                RB LJ Scott Michigan State JR
                                CB Hamp Cheevers Boston College JR
                                RB Alex Barnes Kansas State JR
                                WR Dillon Mitchell Oregon JR
                                TE Dawson Knox Mississippi JR
                                RB Elijah Holyfield Georgia JR
                                WR Antoine Wesley Texas Tech JR
                                ILB David Long West Virginia JR
                                DE Anthony Nelson Iowa JR
                                CB Joejuan Williams Vanderbilt JR
                                WR Jakobi Meyers North Carolina State JR
                                CB Sean Bunting Central Michigan JR
                                RB Rodney Anderson Oklahoma JR
                                DE Byron Cowart Maryland JR
                                WR John Ursua Hawaii JR
                                CB Jamel Dean Auburn JR
                                RB Boobie Williams Washington State JR
                                DE Shareef Miller Penn State JR
                                WR Dredrick Snelson Central Florida JR
                                CB Ryan Pulley Arkansas JR
                                NT Ed Alexander LSU JR
                                DT PJ Johnson Arizona JR
                                RB Jordan Scarlett Florida JR
                                CB Blessuan Austin Rutgers JR
                                WR Diontae Johnson Toledo JR
                                OLB Tyrel Dodson Texas A&M JR
                                OT Andre James UCLA JR
                                WR James Gardner Miami (OH) JR
                                ILB Joe Giles-Harris Duke JR
                                CB David Long Michigan JR
                                WR Jalen Guyton North Texas JR
                                CB Clifton Duck Appalachian State JR
                                OT William Sweet North Carolina JR
                                DT Kevin Givens Penn State JR
                                LB Jeff Allison Fresno State JR
                                DE Maxx Crosby Eastern Michigan JR
                                RB Alex Mattison Boise State JR
                                ILB Josiah Tauaefa Texas-San Antonio JR
                                RB Darwin Thompson Utah State JR
                                SS Mike Bell Fresno State JR
                                DT Trysten Hill Central Florida JR
                                OT Tyler Roemer San Diego State RSO
                                RB Damarea Crockett Missouri JR
                                CB Xavier Crawford Central Michigan JR
                                OG Venzell Boulware Miami JR
                                WR Anthony Ratliff-Williams North Carolina JR
                                RB Kerrith Whyte Florida Atlantic JR
                                TE Kahale Warring San Diego State JR
                                WR Jovon Durante Florida Atlantic JR
                                TE Dax Raymond Utah State JR
                                RB Bolu Olorunfunmi UCLA JR
                                TE Keenen Brown Texas State JR
                                FS Malik Gant Marshall JR
                                OLB Quart'e Sapp Tennessee JR
                                DT Amani Bledsoe Oklahoma JR
                                WR Jazz Ferguson Northwestern State JR
                                Showing 1 to 127 of 127 entries

                                Comment


                                • About 4 full rounds of underclassmen. This draft is deep. There are going to be some mid/late round steals.
                                  2019 draft. A work in progress that’s getting closer with declared prospects .....
                                  Christian Wilkins (DT) CU, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson (FS) UF, Dennis Daley (OT) USC, Isaiah Johnson (CB) UH, Austin Robinson (ILB) UH, Nick Fitzgerald (TE/SLASH) MSSU, Quinn Bailey (OT/OG) ASU

                                  Comment


                                  • Tide MLB Wilson switches gear; will enter draft after all Ö In a bit of a surprise, Alabama junior MLB Mack wilson has confimed that contrary to earlier reports, he will be entering the 2019 draft. Wilson had indicated earlier this month that he would be staying in school, but clearly had a change of heart. Wilson is the 7th Alabama underclassman to announce entering the upcoming draft including OT Quinnen Williams, OT Jonah Williams, FS Deionte Thompson, RB Josh Jacobs, TE Irv Smith, and CB Savion Smith. For now, Wilson looks to be the top-ranked MLB for the 2019 draft as the NFL is still waiting to hear from LSUís Devin White who would supplant Wilson if as expected he also enters the draft.

                                    Comment


                                    • Originally posted by Fleet View Post
                                      Tide MLB Wilson switches gear; will enter draft after all Ö In a bit of a surprise, Alabama junior MLB Mack wilson has confimed that contrary to earlier reports, he will be entering the 2019 draft. Wilson had indicated earlier this month that he would be staying in school, but clearly had a change of heart. Wilson is the 7th Alabama underclassman to announce entering the upcoming draft including OT Quinnen Williams, OT Jonah Williams, FS Deionte Thompson, RB Josh Jacobs, TE Irv Smith, and CB Savion Smith. For now, Wilson looks to be the top-ranked MLB for the 2019 draft as the NFL is still waiting to hear from LSUís Devin White who would supplant Wilson if as expected he also enters the draft.
                                      My 1st round cluster just got even deeper!
                                      2019 draft. A work in progress that’s getting closer with declared prospects .....
                                      Christian Wilkins (DT) CU, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson (FS) UF, Dennis Daley (OT) USC, Isaiah Johnson (CB) UH, Austin Robinson (ILB) UH, Nick Fitzgerald (TE/SLASH) MSSU, Quinn Bailey (OT/OG) ASU

                                      Comment


                                      • Originally posted by like54ninjas View Post

                                        My 1st round cluster just got even deeper!
                                        Idk man he looked real bad vs Clemson in the natty. Jennings and dylan moses both had a better game.

                                        Comment


                                        • We pick 28th. Its locked in.
                                          Moving to LA is not a good business decision, it’s a death sentence.

                                          Comment

                                          Working...
                                          X