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  • #13
    went a little deeper and think I've got my working watch list for next year's draft.... (word on the streets is that 'tis the skill positions that are stacked this time 'round)

    QB * Jacob Eason, J'Mar Smith, Riley Neal
    RB * Brian Robinson, Kylin Hill, AJ Dillon, JJ Taylor, Benny LeMay
    FB * Garrett Williams
    WR * Tarik Black, CeeDee Lamb, Bryan Edwards, Josh Pearson
    TE * Albert Okwuegbunam, Austin Cantrell
    OT * Andrew Thomas, Tristan Wirfs
    OG * Darryl Williams *
    OC * Tyler Biadasz

    NT * Tedarrell Slaton
    DT * Derrick Brown, Julian Rochester
    DE * Kenny Willekes, Marlon Davidson
    SAM * Alton Robinson
    MLB * Bradlee Anae, Darrell Taylor, JaQuan Bailey
    WIL * Dylan Moses, K'Lavon Chaisson
    CB * Kristian Fulton, Jaylon Johnson, Darnay Holmes, Nevelle Clark, AJ Green, Dajour Nesbeth, Dayan Ghanwoloku, Isaiah Rodgers
    SS * Grant Delpit, Jordan Fuller, Jarius Morehead, Nigel Warrior
    FS * Richie Grant, Hamsah Nasirildeen, Alohi Gilman
    10 characters * Nasir, Badgley, Facyson, Rochell, King, Okung, Patton, Denzel, Tevi, Newsome

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    • #14
      and of course, took the next step, and no matter how ridiculous.... in slotting them,

      DE, NT, WR, OC, RB, OG, SS, FS, CB, QB

      1) OT Andrew Thomas, DT Derrick Brown, LB Dylan Moses, QB Jacob Eason, OC Tyler Biadasz
      2) WR CeeDee Lamb, DE Kenny Willekes, CB Darnay Holmes, SS Grant Delpit
      3) QB Riley Neal, OG Darryl Williams, DE Marlon Davidson, TE Albert Okwuegbunam, NT Tedarrell Slaton, WR Bryan Edwards
      4) OT Tristan Wirfs, RB AJ Dillon, CB Jaylon Johnson, FS Richie Grant, FS Hamsah Nasirildeen, MLB Bradlee Anae, DT Julian Rochester, WR Tarik Black, SS Jordan Fuller, WR Josh Pearson
      5) CB Nevelle Clark, SAM Alton Robinson, RB Brian Robinson, RB Kylin Hill, RB JJ Taylor, FS Alohi Gilman
      6) CB Kristian Fulton, MLB Darrell Taylor, RB Benny LeMay, TE Austin Cantrell, CB AJ Green, QB J'Mar Smith, WIL K'Lavon Chaisson, FB Garrett Williams
      7) CB Dajour Nesbeth, MLB JaQuan Bailey
      U) CB Dayan Ghanwoloku, CB Isaiah Rodgers, SS Jarius Morehead, SS Nigel Warrior
      10 characters * Nasir, Badgley, Facyson, Rochell, King, Okung, Patton, Denzel, Tevi, Newsome

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      • #15
        reading names like James Connor and Joe Mixon, reminds me that we need to hit on our RB picks in the draft, and....

        have a good feeling/sense 'bout the both of AJ Dillon and Benny LeMay.... ??

        http://www.profootballfocus.com/news/fantasy-football-year-to-year-repeatability-among-the-top-fantasy-running-backs?utm_source=cj&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campa ign=cjaff&cjevent=8fe99769747411e9819a011e0a1c0e0f
        10 characters * Nasir, Badgley, Facyson, Rochell, King, Okung, Patton, Denzel, Tevi, Newsome

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        • #16
          Originally posted by beachcomber View Post
          and of course, took the next step, and no matter how ridiculous.... in slotting them,

          DE, NT, WR, OC, RB, OG, SS, FS, CB, QB

          1) OT Andrew Thomas, DT Derrick Brown, LB Dylan Moses, QB Jacob Eason, OC Tyler Biadasz
          2) WR CeeDee Lamb, DE Kenny Willekes, CB Darnay Holmes, SS Grant Delpit
          3) QB Riley Neal, OG Darryl Williams, DE Marlon Davidson, TE Albert Okwuegbunam, NT Tedarrell Slaton, WR Bryan Edwards
          4) OT Tristan Wirfs, RB AJ Dillon, CB Jaylon Johnson, FS Richie Grant, FS Hamsah Nasirildeen, MLB Bradlee Anae, DT Julian Rochester, WR Tarik Black, SS Jordan Fuller, WR Josh Pearson
          5) CB Nevelle Clark, SAM Alton Robinson, RB Brian Robinson, RB Kylin Hill, RB JJ Taylor, FS Alohi Gilman
          6) CB Kristian Fulton, MLB Darrell Taylor, RB Benny LeMay, TE Austin Cantrell, CB AJ Green, QB J'Mar Smith, WIL K'Lavon Chaisson, FB Garrett Williams
          7) CB Dajour Nesbeth, MLB JaQuan Bailey
          U) CB Dayan Ghanwoloku, CB Isaiah Rodgers, SS Jarius Morehead, SS Nigel Warrior
          I cant slot many yet but here are a few of the seniors that are high on my alert list based on past film study.

          QB - Steven Montez (COLORADO), Jake Bentley (S.CAR)
          RB - Tavien Feaster (CLEM) Transferring
          TE - Albert Okwuegbunam (MIZZOU), Brycen Hopkins (PUR), Cheyenne O'Grady (ARK)
          OC - Zach Shackleford (TEX), Adam Holtorf (KSU)
          OT - Lucas Niang (TCU), Prince Tega Wanogho (AUB)

          DT - Javon Kinlaw (S.CAR), Robert Windsor (PSU), Lorenzo Neal Jr. (PUR)
          DE - DJ Wonnum (S.CAR), Kenny Willekes (MSU)
          CB - DeMarkus Acy ( MIZZOU), Lavert Hill (MICHIGAN).
          Last edited by like54ninjas; 05-23-2019, 07:11 PM.
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          • #17
            Memorial Day Weekend inaugural offering....

            01) Miami * DE Chase Young * 85 pressures, and likely would select him later than this
            02) Cincy * QB Jake Fromm * like Ryan Finley better
            03) Az * LT Andrew Thomas * quiet, soft spoken, introverted, and allowed 11/314 pressures as soph
            04) Giants * LT Walker Little * or should they draft Herbert here
            05) Bucs * WR Jerry Jeudy * don't think he (Jacob Eason) comes out, albeit Arians likes strong armed QBs
            06) Vegas * QB Tua Tagovailoa * or do they prefer Herbert here
            07) Lions * WR Lavishka Shenault * prolly won't make'm forget Megatron, and fills a need
            08) WashDC * OC Tyler Biadasz * would be pretty bad asz next to Scherff
            09) Bills * WR Collin Johnson * an overdrafted wideout for an overdrafted QB
            10) Denver * OT Trey Adams * is this Elway's tackle of choice or does he go Herbert here
            11) Carolina * OT Mekhi Becton * when are they gonna get Cam some protection up front
            12) Jets * CB Kristian Fulton * the ghost of Darrelle Revis lives here
            13) SF * OT Tristan Wirfs * good fit here me thinx
            14) Jax * WR CeeDee Lamb * would make a pretty darn good Charger
            15) Titans * QB Justin Herbert * Mariota has the injury history, Tannehill an uninspiring resume
            16) Seattle * SS Isaiah Simmons * dude can prolly singlehandedly return the Legion of Boom to here
            17) Atlanta * OLB Anfernee Jennings * all arounder that might be a little high here
            18) Minny * OT Trey Smith * dude has some (pretty serious) injury concerns, and some talent
            19) Ravens * LB Paddy Fisher * tempted to put Terrell Lewis here
            20) Texans * OT Isaiah Wilson * do either of Lorenzo Neal and/or Raekwon Davis crack the first round
            21) Steelers * CB Bryce Hall * they coulda, woulda, shoulda had Desmond as their round one DB
            22) Pack * DE AJ Epenesa * does he falls this far
            23) Dallas * FS Grant Delpit * ditto for the more than would be expected fall, if so to Arlington
            24) Browns * LT Josh Sills * not sure this guy is first round worthy
            25) Indy * NT Derrick Brown * won't be surprised if we have a shot @this guy in 2020
            26) LAC * CB CJ Henderson * a surrogate Jalen Ramsey for DJ
            27) Philly * CB Darnay Holmes * local fella from UCLA
            28) Vegas * DE Nick Coe * don't think peoples have zeroed in on the Gruden/Mayock draft tendencies quite yet
            29) Saints * RB Travis Etienne * 'nother spot (along w/the LAC) that Jacob Eason has been slotted by some
            30) KC * RB D'Andre Swift * consensus is that they need someone to spell Kareem Hunt
            31) Rams * DE Kenny Willekes * perhaps overdrafted here if Epenesa doesn't fall to the City of Angels
            32) Pats * TE Colby Parkinson * peoples are still lookin' for that Gronk replacement for them
            Last edited by beachcomber; 05-28-2019, 11:45 AM.
            10 characters * Nasir, Badgley, Facyson, Rochell, King, Okung, Patton, Denzel, Tevi, Newsome

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            • #18
              Some Senior prospects for the 2020 draft to keep an eye on at positions that I feel we will need help at.
              Adding some of my Junior prospects that could enter the 2020 draft that I like.

              ​​​​​CBs
              DeMarkus Acy - MIZZOU - uber athletic
              Bryce Hall - UVA - prodction/ballskills
              Nevelle Clarke - UCF
              Jeff Gladney- TCU - ballskills
              Dane Jackson - PITT
              Lavert Hill - MICH
              A.J. Green - OKST - big/long/fast
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              Cameron Dantzler - MSST - uncanny reaction timing/ball skills
              Stanford Samuels III - FSU - uber athletic/ball skills
              Jeffrey Okudah - OHST - athlete/size/Uber speed/incredible feet
              Myles Jones - TXAM
              Chase Lucas - ASU

              DTs

              Javon Kinlaw - USC - healthy = beast
              Josiah Coatney - MISS - manchild
              Broderick Washington Jr. - TT
              Jason Strowbridge - UNC - size/movement skills
              Lorenzo Neal Jr. - PUR -Uber strength/dominates leverage battles
              Leki Fotu - UU
              -------------------------------------------------------
              Marvin Wilson - FSU
              Mustafa Johnson - COLORADO - Big/athletic/powerful

              ​​​​​​DE/EDGE
              Kenny Willekes - MICHST
              D.J. Wonnum - USC - Healthy year = beast
              Bradlee Anne - UU
              Alton Robinson - SU
              Jabari Zuniga - UFL
              Darrell Taylor - TENN
              Carter Coughlin - CHARLOTTE

              --------------------------------------------------
              Charles Snowden - UVA (LB/EDGE) - love this kid/Uber athlete/big time talent
              Jonathan Garvin - TheU
              Rashad Weaver - PITT
              Chase Young - OHST
              Joshua Kaindoh - FSU
              Kuony Deng - CAL
              LaRon Stokes - OU

              OTs
              Lucas Niang - TCU - monster
              Yasir Durant - MIZZOU - beast
              Prince Tega Wanogho - AUB - Uber athlete/needs fundamentals
              Charlie Heck - UNC
              Brady Aiello - ORE
              Terence Steele - TT
              Jon Runyan - MICH
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              Walker Little - STAN - grown man/beast
              Ezra Cleveland - BSU - one of my favorite prospects
              Dan Moore - TXAM
              Alaric Jackson - IOWA
              Grant Hermanns - PUR
              Austin Jackson - USC


              OGs
              Ben Bredeson - MICH - best IOL/dominates LOS
              Shane Lemieux - ORE - big time people mover w/great athleticism
              Marcus Keyes - OSU
              John Molchon - BSU
              --------------------------------------------

              Alex Leatherwood - ALA
              Ben Cleveland - UGA
              Tristen Hoge - BYU
              Luke Wattenberg - UW
              Jean Delance - UFL

              ​​​​​​​OCs
              Zach Shackelford - TEX
              Gage Cervenka - CLEM - bully/ox with good feet/uber strong/former wrestler
              Frederick Mauigoa - WASHST
              Adam Holtorf - KSU - unmatched consistency
              ------------------------------------------
              Trystan Colon-Castillo - MIZZOU - full grown man
              Tyler Biadasz - WISC
              Cesar Ruiz - MICH

              ​​​​​​​
              RBs
              Tavien Feaster - USC - big/hard-tough style
              Ke'Shawn Vaughn - VANDY
              Darius Bradwell - TUL
              Reggie Corbin - ILL - tough
              -------------------------------------------
              Travis Etienne - CLEM - pure beast
              Trey Sermon - OU - beast when healthy
              Jonathan Taylor - WIS - power/speed/production
              D'Andre Swift - UGA - speed/toughness?
              J.K. Dobbins - OHST - beast
              Larry Roundtree III - MIZZOU - undervalued
              Michael Warren II - UCINN

              ​​​​​​​
              TEs
              Cheyenne O'Grady - ARK - 3down in-line TE/athletic/hands/tough
              Adam Trautman - DAYTON
              Jared Pinkney - VANDY
              Charlie Taumoepeau - PORTST - crazy athlete
              Nigel Kilby - SIU
              ------------------------------------------------
              Albert Okwuegbunam - MIZZOU - beastly manchild

              Colby Parkinson - STAN
              Matt Bushman - BYU
              Cary Angeline - NCST
              Josh Falo - USC

              QBs
              Steven Montez - COLO size/athleticism/anticipation
              Jake Bentley - USC - consistent
              Nate Stanley - IOWA
              Gage Gubrud - WASHST - Winner/injury history

              ​​​​​​​
              WRs
              Rico Bussey Jr. - NTX - monster
              Stephen Guidry - MSST
              Tyler Johnson - MINN - speed/hands/tough
              Binjimen Victor - OHST - SPECIMEN
              Bryan Edwards - USC - Mr. Consistent
              K.J. Hill - OHST
              -----------------------------------
              Tee Higgins - CLEM

              Laviska Shenault - CSU - beast
              Jerry Jeudy - ALA
              Nate Craig-Myers - CSU
              Last edited by like54ninjas; 07-11-2019, 09:31 AM. Reason: added content
              2019 Adopt - A - Bolt

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              • #19
                Originally posted by like54ninjas View Post

                CBs
                Nevelle Clarke - UCF
                A.J. Green - OKST - big/long/fast

                ​​​​​​DE/EDGE
                Kenny Willekes - MICHST
                Alton Robinson - SU

                OTs
                Ezra Cleveland - BSU - one of my favorite prospects

                OGs
                Alex Leatherwood - ALA

                ​​​​​​​OCs
                Tyler Biadasz - WISC

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                RBs
                D'Andre Swift - UGA - speed/toughness?

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                WRs
                Laviska Shenault - CSU - beast
                common ground above.... enjoyed revisiting things on Ezra Cleveland.... former DT who might need some work on run blocking.

                notes: first step w/the quickness, keeps feet apart, albeit can be pushed back into pocket, strength/leverage issues, day one talent

                10 characters * Nasir, Badgley, Facyson, Rochell, King, Okung, Patton, Denzel, Tevi, Newsome

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                • #20
                  2020 NFL Mock Draft: PFF's Mike Renner's first preseason mock draft



                  By Michael Renner
                  Aug 12, 2019

                  1. Miami Dolphins - QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama


                  Tagovailoa had the highest percentage of perfectly placed passes among Power-5 quarterbacks last season. Consistent accuracy and ball placement is far and away the trait the data says to covet most when projecting to the NFL.

                  2. Cincinnati Bengals - QB Justin Herbert, Oregon

                  If the Bengals really are picking at No. 2 overall, chances are they'll be ready to move on from Andy Dalton. Herbert's blend of size, athleticism and arm talent is too rare to pass up at the top of the draft. His inconsistency is terrifying, but he can answer those concerns in 2019.

                  3. Buffalo Bills - Edge Chase Young, Ohio State

                  Young checks pretty much every box you could check as a defensive end already. He's got size, length and athleticism that's all ideal for the position plus elite production already. As a true sophomore, he led the nation in pressures.

                  4. Washington Redskins - WR Jerry Jeudy, Alabama


                  Jeudy can do things physically on a football field that receivers even in the NFL couldn't dream of. There isn't much about the receiver position he can't do at this point. He would have easily been the top WR on our draft board if he was allowed to declare for the 2019 draft.

                  5. Arizona Cardinals - OT Andrew Thomas, Georgia


                  There are only a handful of human beings in the world that can move the way he does at 6-foot-5, 320 pounds. He's been limited to a degree in pass protection up to this point in Georgia's offense, but he's already incredibly accomplished for a rising junior.


                  6. Detroit Lions - S Grant Delpit, LSU


                  The Lions' secondary could use an influx of talent pretty much anywhere, but Delpit's versatile coverage ability seems like a perfect match for Matt Patricia's defense. Delpit can seamlessly go from the slot, to box, to deep safety and still make plays.

                  7. New York Jets - CB Jeffrey Okudah, Ohio State


                  Okudah doesn't have a lot of ball production to speak of at this point, but a lot of that is a factor of the defense. He doesn't do a lot other than play press-man in Ohio State's defense and in that role he's stingy as can be. Okudah allowed all of nine first downs as a true sophomore.

                  8. Denver Broncos - WR Jalen Reagor, TCU


                  The Broncos find their Emanuel Sanders replacement. Reagor put over 1,000 yards with a quarterback group at TCU that was one of the lowest-graded in all of college football. Despite his smallish stature, Reagor was still among the NCAA leaders with 15 contested catches.

                  9. New York Giants - OT Tristan Wirfs, Iowa


                  The Giants' rebuild of their offensive line continues. Wirfs topped Bruce Feldman's freaks list over the offseason, and he simply doesn't get overpowered on the football field. The only concern is if he can hold up at tackle in the NFL or if his future is at guard.

                  10. Oakland Raiders - DI Derrick Brown, Auburn


                  Brown is a clean projection from college to pros with how physically dominant and productive he already is. The question is whether or not he'll add enough as a pass-rusher and be able to be an every-down player at 320 pounds.


                  11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Edge A.J. Epenesa, Iowa


                  Epenesa is poised for a monstrous 2019 season after he dominated in a rotational role last year. He racked up 46 pressures, including 10 sacks, on only 244 pass-rushing snaps. That's the type of pass-rush the Bucs have been missing for a while.

                  12. Tennessee Titans - Edge Julian Okwara, Notre Dame


                  Okwara looks poised for a big senior year after he racked up 61 pressures in a breakout junior campaign. He's still a slight 6-foot-5, 240 pounds, but we're not particularly worried as he's already one of the best bull-rushers in the country.

                  13. Carolina Panthers - IOL Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin


                  The No. 13 spot might be a tad high for an interior offensive lineman, but that's how good Biadasz has been in his career at Wisconsin. He's earned top-three marks at center in each of the past two seasons and could easily step in at either guard or center for the Panthers.

                  14. Jacksonville Jaguars - WR Laviska Shenault, Colorado


                  Shenault is a broken tackle machine. In his breakout sophomore campaign, Shenault broke 29 tackles on 87 receptions. He may not be a complete receiver yet, but he's deadly with the ball in his hands and the Jaguars need any sort of playmaker they can get.

                  15. San Francisco 49ers - CB Bryce Hall, Virginia


                  Hall looks tailor-made to play cornerback for a press cover-3 team in the NFL. Length and ball skills are the two traits that have made Richard Sherman arguably the best cornerback in the league over the past decade, and Hall has an impressive combination of both himself.

                  16. Houston Texans - OT Walker Little, Stanford


                  Little, much like Andrew Thomas, is still coming along in pass protection but has physical tools you don't see every day from a true sophomore. While the Texans invested heavily in the 2019 draft on their offensive line, that doesn't necessarily mean their woes will be going away anytime soon.

                  [Editor's note: PFF's Preseason 2020 NFL Draft Guide is LIVE and features 150 Two-Page Player Profiles, giving you advanced stats, game grades and much, much more. All existing EDGE and ELITE subscribers have access to the guide and can download it here.]

                  17. Baltimore Ravens - LB Isaiah Simmons, Clemson


                  Simmons is a freak athletically who can do pretty much everything you want a modern linebacker to do in coverage. With already one of the best secondaries in the NFL, Simmons would make the lives of everyone on the back end easier with his length and ability to cover ground.

                  18. Atlanta Falcons - LB Dylan Moses, Alabama


                  Moses fits the mold that the Falcons like defensively. The Alabama linebacker is an explosive athlete who limits YAC in space extremely well and can also add as a blitzer. He's missed five tackles on 107 attempts in his career.

                  19. Seattle Seahawks - CB Paulson Adebo, Stanford


                  The Seahawks finally get their Richard Sherman replacement as the comparisons between the two go deeper than their alma mater. Adebo led all of college football last season with 23 combined pass breakups and interceptions.

                  20. Minnesota Vikings - DI Raekwon Davis, Alabama


                  Davis has yet to show us much as a pass-rusher, but he's a physical specimen who already dominates in the run game. He's earned run-defense grades over 89.0 and pass-rushing grades below 70.0 each of the past two seasons. The Vikings have worked wonders with long, athletic defensive linemen in the past, though.

                  21. Dallas Cowboys - S Kenny Robinson Jr., West Virginia*


                  Robinson is yet another safety that can do pretty much anything asked of him. He started his career at West Virginia starting at cornerback as a true freshman. Midway through that year, he'd switch to safety and has racked up six picks in a year and a half since.

                  *Kenny Robinson Jr. announced he'd transfer from West Virginia in June 2019


                  22. Pittsburgh Steelers - CB Kristian Fulton, LSU


                  Corner has been a sore subject for the Steelers of late, and Fulton would change all of that. The LSU cornerback graded out higher (88.6) and forced incompletions at a higher rate (29.3%) than former teammate Greedy Williams.

                  23. Green Bay Packers - WR Ceedee Lamb, Oklahoma


                  The Packers finally get a legit No. 2 across from Davante Adams. Lamb is a more complete receiver than first-round teammate Marquise Brown and if they were in the same class, Lamb would have been ranked higher on our board.

                  24. Indianapolis Colts - DI Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina


                  Kinlaw is a name that's sure to start generating some buzz witha larger workload in 2019. On 297 pass-rushing snaps last year, Kinlaw earned an 88.7 pass-rushing grade - the highest of any returning interior player.

                  25. Oakland Raiders - Edge Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State


                  The Raiders address pass-rush once again because you can never have too many. Gross-Matos is still a project though heading into his junior year. The Penn State edge rusher managed only 25 pressures on 315 pass-rushes last season.

                  26. Cleveland Browns - OT Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn


                  Tega Wanogho has only been playing football for five years now and only started playing offensive line when he got to Auburn. That makes his 88.4 pass-blocking grade all the more impressive and all the more intriguing to the tackle needy Browns.

                  27. Philadelphia Eagles - DI Levi Onwuzurike, Washington


                  You know the Eagles can never get enough defensive linemen. Onwuzurike is one of our favorite breakout candidates for the 2019 season. He earned a 91.0 run-defense grade and 82.5 pass-rushing grade on only 391 snaps last year.

                  28. Los Angeles Chargers - CB C.J. Henderson, Florida


                  Henderson doesn't have any exceptional traits like some of the other cornerbacks that went earlier in the first round, but all he did was shut down receivers weekly in the SEC. He allowed only 18 catches for 249 yards all season.

                  29. New Orleans Saints - TE Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt


                  Pinkney's receiving ability is right up there with last year's top-10 pick T.J. Hockenson's. While Pinkney isn't near the blocker that Hockenson is, the Vanderbilt tight end is arguably a more polished route-runner already. He broke nine tackles on 50 catches last season.

                  30. Kansas City Chiefs - WR Tee Higgins, Clemson


                  Higgins has unbelievable body control and hands for a man his size. He hauled in 12-of-23 contested catches last year, broke 11 tackles on 59 receptions and had only two drops. With Sammy Watkins almost guaranteed to be a cap casualty in 2020 with a $21 million cap hit, Higgins would fill a need.

                  31. Los Angeles Rams - Edge Curtis Weaver, Boise State


                  If you're not familiar with Weaver's game yet, you will be shortly. He's one of the most productive and versatile edge defenders in this class.

                  32. New England Patriots - QB K.J. Costello, Stanford


                  Will this be the year the Patriots finally address the quarterback position early on in the draft? Costello does a lot of things that would appeal to the Patriots. Most chiefly among them his ability to throw into tight windows - which he did more than any other quarterback in college football last year - and throw with anticipation.
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