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  • 2020 TPB Member’s And Pundits Mock Drafts

    Mid season at 3-5. While I’m still hoping for a 9 game win streak and a 11-5 season, but with how we’ve play thus far not likely.

    No idea how the Bolt’s season concludes, which underclassmen enter the draft, or what our roster looks like come April.

    1) Derrick “Baby Barrack” Brown (DT) AUB 6’ 5” 318# - Monster, Uber strength/power, cat quick for 318#s, devastating upfield disrupter, active HEAVY hands that need technique work, Derrick is exceptionally stout at the POA, sheds/tosses would be blockers aside w/ease.
    - never thought we’d have a chance to draft him before the season started.
    - 45 seconds in Derrick powerbombs a RB. Dude is nasty physical!



    2) Ezra Cleveland (OT) BSU 6’ 6’’ 315# - Excellent athlete, great feet, quality length that he uses well, tremendous body position and easily destroys 2nd/3rd level targets, protects arc with length/leverage.
    - FSU game he dominated



    3) Ke’Shaun Vaughn (RB) VANDY 5’ 10” 218# - Tough, powerful, quick, decent long speed, excellent vision, incredible contact balance, solid in blitz pickup, smart, good hands.
    - another college RB that wears #5




    4) Cameron Dantzler (CB) MSST 6’ 2” 195# - Long, fast, excellent body control, needs to locate ball earlier to make more plays, good hands, tough/physical tackler, good feet but has correctable backpedal plant issue.
    - playmaker with length speed as a boundary CB.



    5) Charlie Taumoepoeu (TE) PSU (Portland St) 6’ 3” 245# - Bigtime athlete, great hands, RAC all day, decent blocker but needs coaching (mentality is there), excellent route tree.
    -this kid could be a huge steal!

    6) De’Jon Harris (ILB) ARK 6’ 245# - Aggressive, physical, tough run stopper w/ very good athleticism, smart, lacks height/length in PD, solid M2M skills vs RBs.

    7) Adam Holtorf (OC/OG) KST 6’ 4” 305# - Competitor, Uber consistent, excellent fundamentals, 35+ starts at OC, marginal athlete, quick hand strikes, will need to improve anchor strength.
    ​​​​​​​-2018 MSST Game. More than holds his own vs the premier IDL of the 2019 draft class.



    Last edited by like54ninjas; 10-29-2019, 05:38 PM. Reason: Added video
    2020 ADOPT-A-BOLT CHOICES

    Kenneth “K9” Murray (LB) #56

    Joe Reed (WR-KR) #12

  • #2
    I love me some Derrick Brown.
    He is a perfect pick for us.
    Looks like Tyrod will have to give up his number.

    Great work, rounds 1 thru 7, ninja !
    I have confidence in your scout's eye @ Oline.
    Scharping is starting for HOU.
    We play modern defensive football.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by wu-dai clan View Post
      I love me some Derrick Brown.
      He is a perfect pick for us.
      Looks like Tyrod will have to give up his number.

      Great work, rounds 1 thru 7, ninja !
      I have confidence in your scout's eye @ Oline.
      Scharping is starting for HOU.
      Scharping and Risner are both having solid rookie campaigns.

      Risner and Thornhill would have been my 1st & 2nd in the draft. That “what if’s”....
      2020 ADOPT-A-BOLT CHOICES

      Kenneth “K9” Murray (LB) #56

      Joe Reed (WR-KR) #12

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      • #4
        you guys are doing work @TE.... first w/Kmet and now w/Taumoepeau.

        apparently Dantzler has already caught the eye of Chargers' scouts as well.
        CB Eric Stokes, OG Trey Smith, OC Josh Myers, LB Palaie Gaoteote IV, S Hamsah Nasirildeen, RT Spencer Brown, S Divine Deablo, NT Tuli Letuligasenoa, TE Cade Otton CB Tyreke Johnson, Ambry Thomas, Coby Bryant

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        • #5
          Originally posted by beachcomber View Post
          you guys are doing work @TE.... first w/Kmet and now w/Taumoepeau.

          apparently Dantzler has already caught the eye of Chargers' scouts as well.
          Where did you see the Dantzler/Bolts connection.
          2020 ADOPT-A-BOLT CHOICES

          Kenneth “K9” Murray (LB) #56

          Joe Reed (WR-KR) #12

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          • #6
            Originally posted by like54ninjas View Post

            Where did you see the Dantzler/Bolts connection.
            can't quite recall.... best guess was Tony Pauline (via Walter last year ?)

            notes >> "jumped out @Chargers/caught their eye, playmaker, press man corner, second rounder"
            CB Eric Stokes, OG Trey Smith, OC Josh Myers, LB Palaie Gaoteote IV, S Hamsah Nasirildeen, RT Spencer Brown, S Divine Deablo, NT Tuli Letuligasenoa, TE Cade Otton CB Tyreke Johnson, Ambry Thomas, Coby Bryant

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            • #7
              Originally posted by beachcomber View Post

              can't quite recall.... best guess was Tony Pauline (via Walter last year ?)

              notes >> "jumped out @Chargers/caught their eye, playmaker, press man corner, second rounder"
              Nice. It is a very deep CB group in 2020.
              2020 ADOPT-A-BOLT CHOICES

              Kenneth “K9” Murray (LB) #56

              Joe Reed (WR-KR) #12

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              • #8
                this analysis suggests that Derrick still has work to do to "become" the top 15/20 pick in the draft ??

                https://www.reddit.com/r/NFL_Draft/comments/d0p6zl/i_milks_prospect_breakdown_derrick_brown_vs_the/
                CB Eric Stokes, OG Trey Smith, OC Josh Myers, LB Palaie Gaoteote IV, S Hamsah Nasirildeen, RT Spencer Brown, S Divine Deablo, NT Tuli Letuligasenoa, TE Cade Otton CB Tyreke Johnson, Ambry Thomas, Coby Bryant

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                • #9
                  so we're midway or so thru the draft season.... happy to roll out what I've got penciled in, albeit def not overly researched or vetted quite yet:

                  1) DT Derrick Brown, OC Tyler Biadasz, RB D’Andre Swift, WILLIS Isaiah Simmons, QB Jason Eason

                  think the classic/expected pick round one would be to go RB again, ala LT, Mathews and MG3, and.... how is it that we wouldn't rinse 'n repeat our current cycle of horseshoes ??

                  if we're gonna turn the corner, we've got to eschew the temptation/lure of drafting skill players in lieu of taking care of our trenches first.

                  if and when we draft lineman ahead of the scoreboard/billboard RB of choice, or any such ballyhooed wideout.... we will be (back) on the road to a SB appearance.

                  and don't get me wrong, will have zero problem w/drafting Swift if he turns out as I suspect, as rule No. 1 is not to bust, and.... don't think he will.

                  what would you do ??

                  if D. Brown goes the way of Vea and Dex, and is off the board by our slot, do you pass on Isaiah Simmons, Eason or Swift in lieu of an OC.... (we didn't w/James re: Isaiah Wynn/Frank Ragnow)….

                  not very sexy if you're the.... L.A. Chargers,
                  CB Eric Stokes, OG Trey Smith, OC Josh Myers, LB Palaie Gaoteote IV, S Hamsah Nasirildeen, RT Spencer Brown, S Divine Deablo, NT Tuli Letuligasenoa, TE Cade Otton CB Tyreke Johnson, Ambry Thomas, Coby Bryant

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                  • #10
                    day two

                    2) TE Jake Ferguson, LEO Julian Okwara, SS Hamsah Nasirildeen, DE Kenny Willekes, CB Jaylon Johnson
                    3) SR Aaron Fuller, SAM Paddy Fisher

                    we flat out were killin' Phil by leaving him without a TE, and ditto for minus Tyrell and Travis.... our Oline might not be as desirable as some/most here might wish for, and.... really think the bigger problem is that Phil just hasn't had enough to work with.... 20 passes to Keenan.... in one game !! 15 to Ek.... in one game.

                    knowin' Tom, will not be surprised if he resigns Melvin @RB.... if so, we badly need to get him a reliable option @TE and a dynamic element @SR, to ensure that we maximize our talents @WR.

                    day three

                    4) QB Riley Neal, FS Jordan Fuller, RB AJ Dillon, CB Darnay Holmes
                    5) SAM Evan Weaver, NT Leki Fotu, RB JJ Taylor, RT Drew Richmond, RB Joshua Kelly
                    6) CB Nevelle Clark, RB Benny LeMay, CB AJ Green
                    7) RT Abraham Lucas

                    if Phil sticks around and plays another year in LA/Hollywood Park, not into trading up for a high profile QB in the draft, partly cuz am not overly sold/taken by any of the QBs, and that think we should go all in on Phil if 'tis his last season w/us as advertised/surmised ??

                    there is very little love out there for developmental QB Riley Neal outta Vanderbilt, and.... if I'm Tom, he's a guy that am vetting to bring in to see if he might be a quality NFL starter @some point down the line ??

                    and if we don't nab/snag Paddy Fisher early, really think it wise to (still) garner some depth @LB, as if Uchenna plays a bit more LEO, or if Drue ends up as a WILLIS (WIL/SS), do think that someone like Evan Weaver could well spell someone @either SAM or MIKE as a decent backup there ??

                    Nevelle Clark is a puffer that might get pushed down the board for bein' a puff daddy (silly stuff given this day 'n age), who is a physical corner that can well complement the guys that we have back there now.

                    and don't know much 'bout Lucas, other than he is a red shirt sophomore that could really be a steal if he somehow came out and lasted 'til day three and then some.


                    CB Eric Stokes, OG Trey Smith, OC Josh Myers, LB Palaie Gaoteote IV, S Hamsah Nasirildeen, RT Spencer Brown, S Divine Deablo, NT Tuli Letuligasenoa, TE Cade Otton CB Tyreke Johnson, Ambry Thomas, Coby Bryant

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                    • #11
                      I'm working on the assumption that PR will be back next year. At this point, I'm ready to move on from players like Denzel Perryman, Russell Okung, and Mike Pouncey. Use that money to get a RT and a C/OG in FA.

                      Round 1: OT Alex Leatherwood. Versatile player with power, balance, and good technique. Have to get a future LT on a 5-year contract.

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8T-h2Ej5a0

                      Round 2: DT Marvin Wilson. Big and strong. Sheds blockers well with hands and tough against the run. Is effective pass rusher in the middle. Keep our LB's clean!

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzoHUrNSjCY

                      Round 3: ILB Joe Bachie. I do like Denzel Perryman. But he's too often hurt. Tranquill is developing nicely but I think Bachie is a better run defender. He's no slouch in pass coverage either.

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjFGRsgmsUw

                      Round 4: RB Chuba Hubbard. I don't know if he lasts this long but the RB position is deep this draft. Najee Harris is another possibility. Moving on from MG3.

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mPnQ9lOU-E

                      Round 5: WR K.J. Hill. Good hands. Good speed. Good route runner. Another deep position this year. Can play the slot.

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBcQPgYol9w

                      Round 6: OC/OG Zach Shackleford. Hope the Chargers are active in FA for OC/OG. Shackleford would provide depth/competition for Quiz/Feeney/Lamp.

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6RWp4L-3JQ

                      Round 7: CB Damon Arnette. This may be a little late for CB. Position is deep this draft. One thing TT does well is find late round round talent at CB.

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9jiCy5tW0k



                      Must get an instant starter at OT and stronger up the middle on run defense. Deep positions RB, WR, and CB will net some steals and depth at skill positions.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Boltnut View Post
                        Must get an instant starter at OT and stronger up the middle on run defense. Deep positions RB, WR, and CB will net some steals and depth at skill positions.
                        like that you're going linemen early, still front seven after that, and still yet get another linemen in the mix day three, along w/a smattering of skill position players.... prolly the direction we need to head in the draft, @least relatively speaking ??

                        CB Eric Stokes, OG Trey Smith, OC Josh Myers, LB Palaie Gaoteote IV, S Hamsah Nasirildeen, RT Spencer Brown, S Divine Deablo, NT Tuli Letuligasenoa, TE Cade Otton CB Tyreke Johnson, Ambry Thomas, Coby Bryant

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