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  • Draft Depth by position chart - Deep at DL,OL

    As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

    What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

    Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

    As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .

    Pos Avail Need Surplus
    OL 17 8 9
    DL 15 11 4
    WR 14 11 3
    TE 5 4 1
    S 9 9 0
    CB 11 13 -2
    EDGE 9 11 -2
    RB 6 9 -3
    QB 4 8 -4
    LB 6 12 -6
    Last edited by Cdn Bolt; 04-09-2019, 03:08 PM.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Cdn Bolt View Post
    As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

    What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

    Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

    As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .

    Pos Avail Need Surplus
    OL 17 8 9
    DL 15 11 4
    WR 14 11 3
    TE 5 4 1
    S 9 9 0
    CB 11 13 -2
    EDGE 9 11 -2
    RB 6 9 -3
    QB 4 8 -4
    LB 6 12 -6
    I've never seen that done before so nice creative thinking.
    Moving to LA is not a good business decision, it’s a death sentence.

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    • #3
      CDN
      you're hired!!
      028. Jerry Tillery DT Notre Dame
      060. Juan Thornhill S Virginia
      091. Joe Jackson DE Miami
      130. Bennie Snell RB Kentucky
      166. Cameron Smith LB USC
      200. Yosh Nijman OT Virginia Tech
      242. Josh Oliver TE San Jose State
      \_(ツ)_/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Cdn Bolt View Post
        As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

        What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

        Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

        As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .

        Pos Avail Need Surplus
        OL 17 8 9
        DL 15 11 4
        WR 14 11 3
        TE 5 4 1
        S 9 9 0
        CB 11 13 -2
        EDGE 9 11 -2
        RB 6 9 -3
        QB 4 8 -4
        LB 6 12 -6
        Interesting. I like my mock priorities even more now.

        JEFFERY SIMMONS (DT) MSST
        JUAN THORNHILL (FS) UVA
        ISAIAH JOHNSON (CB) UH
        ISAIAH PRINCE (OT) OSU
        KAHALE WARRING (TE) SDSU
        CORTEZ BROUGHTON (DT) UC
        ALEXANDER MATTISON (RB) BSU

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cdn Bolt View Post
          As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

          What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

          Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

          As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .
          Pos Avail Need Surplus
          OL 17 8 9
          DL 15 11 4
          WR 14 11 3
          TE 5 4 1
          S 9 9 0
          CB 11 13 -2
          EDGE 9 11 -2
          RB 6 9 -3
          QB 4 8 -4
          LB 6 12 -6
          Nice work, CD. So, should we grab a safety in round 1 when they're still there, then wait until round 2 to go OT, since it's so deep?
          Bolt Mock 14.0:
          1. Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas St.
          2. Darnell Savage, S, Maryland
          3. Khalen Saunders, DT, Western Illinois
          4. Khalil Hodge, LB, Buffalo
          5. Corey Ballentine, CB, Washburn
          6. KeeSean Johnson, WR, Fresno St.
          7. Mike Bell, S, Fresno St.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Topcat View Post

            Nice work, CD. So, should we grab a safety in round 1 when they're still there, then wait until round 2 to go OT, since it's so deep?
            Thanks all for the nice comments. It looks that way on paper.

            I know in the past what can happen too is teams get later round steals.

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            • #7
              Agree with the compliments above - nicely done!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Topcat View Post

                Nice work, CD. So, should we grab a safety in round 1 when they're still there, then wait until round 2 to go OT, since it's so deep?
                that makes sense when you go based on needs and availability/supply & demand, and.... for myself, start w/the players I like and then back track to see where they're slotted/ranked and then make my way from there.
                QB Jarrett Stidham, NT Dexter Lawrence, OC Erik McCoy, OG Kaleb McGary, OT Yodny Cajuste, Isaiah Prince, RB Bryce Love, TE Josh Oliver, WR Jalen Hurd, WIL Jawuan Johnson, FS Chris Johnson, WR John Ursua, ILB Josiah Tauaefa, NT Olive Sagapolu

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                • #9
                  Interesting approach, thanks for doing that!

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                  • #10
                    Kaleb Mcgary in rnd 2 maybe?

                    I likey

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by NoMoreChillies View Post
                      Kaleb Mcgary in rnd 2 maybe?

                      I likey
                      A pick like that can make your draft.
                      Moving to LA is not a good business decision, it’s a death sentence.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Cdn Bolt View Post
                        As suspected this is a deep draft for OL and DL. This is just a rough look of the supply/demand for each position at the top of the draft ( 3 rounds).

                        What I did was took the top 96 players from the CBS draft rankings https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/ and did a count in Excel to see how many were available at each position ( Column 'Avail') .

                        Then I took the top 3 needs for each team from this CBS article. (Column 'Need ') https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/2...-biggest-needs.

                        As you can see, OL and DL are in good surplus supply. If Telesco wants a S, it may be better to take one in Rnd 1 and then add an OT and DT later. This is just a rough look ( they don't even differentiate the line positions), but hope it is of interest. It isn't perfect so be kind w any concerns re the methodology lol .

                        Pos Avail Need Surplus
                        OL 17 8 9
                        DL 15 11 4
                        WR 14 11 3
                        TE 5 4 1
                        S 9 9 0
                        CB 11 13 -2
                        EDGE 9 11 -2
                        RB 6 9 -3
                        QB 4 8 -4
                        LB 6 12 -6
                        Good job. I feel like TT did something similar in the 2016 draft when he selected Hunter Henry in the 2nd round.

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