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  • #73
    Originally posted by Lone Bolt View Post
    So I watched your video...pretty neat. Twice the QB, though? That just isn't true...and look who Fromm plays against. If we are gonna watch highlight videos, maybe you should try watching Fromm's...looks pretty damn good to me.
    I wanted to just show he could run a lot better back then and wasn't any worse than Fromm is now.
    I've seen Fromm play. He was good in some games, not so good in others. I don't think he fits what Lynn wants.
    I had high hopes for him as a freshman but imo he hasn't taken that huge step I thought he would. He took a step back this year.


    • #74
      lookin' over a coupla few big boards.... takin' yet another look at seven rounds,

      1) am all about Wirfs here, 'specially if AT is off the board
      2) my practical/pragmatic side is all about an OC, Ruiz.... albeit will have no problem if Swift is the pick, and.... on the off chance that both of them are off the board, would reach for the next guy here....
      3) Prince Tega Wanogho is my developmental LT, after we sign Jason Peters for a one year deal, and Pipkins shows his colors, and.... if Jaylon Johnson slips, would be happy to break his fall
      4) Leki Fotu is my guy here, albeit is oft off the board in alotta mox, and.... find myself leaning TE Harrison Bryant around this spot in the draft if the case
      5) would look for Bryant here, and am even back on board, reconsidering taking the risk that is OG Netane Muti if still on the board here
      6) Aaron Fuller is my guy at this spot, albeit he is oft not even listed on mocks, albeit will be surprised if he makes it to round 8/UDFA, and.... do see Binjimen Victor as a Charger/wanna be Keenan as well
      7) gonna go OG Jon Runyan here to continue to reinforce our Oline, and.... would be ok w/WR Josh Pearson, who is also a hard find on alotta mox

      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


      • #75
        Ok, since I'm out of time I'll just post what I've got. My problem, as usual, is that I just need more picks!
        I kept trying to find a way to get Zack Baun in there because I really think he'll be a special player and could be the QB of our Defense.
        I also wanted to get Leki Fotu in there somehow just because of his size and ability to stop the run: Height: 6-5. Weight: 323.

        Anyway, here it is:
        1. Tristan Wirfs, OT/G, Iowa Ht: 6-5. Wt: 320
        2. Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame Ht: 6-4. Wt: 238 40 Time: 4.42
        3. Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia Ht: 6-2. Wt: 219
        4. Quez Watkins*, WR, Southern MissHt: 6-0. Wt: 185 4.36 40
        5. Javelin Guidry*, CB, Utah Ht: 5-9. Wt: 191. 40 Time: 4.29.
        6. Keith Ismael, C/G, San Diego State Ht: 6-3. Wt: 309
        7. Dante Olson, ILB, Montana Ht: 6-3. Wt: 237.
        I know I have two WR's but I'm really thinking we could use Claypool more like a TE. He has great hands, size,speed and toughness.
        Watkins gives you crazy speed and fills that slot role plus helps out as a special teams returner.
        Guidry is short for a CB but he is thick. He is a sticky cover man that can stay with that speedy slot receiver (see above)
        Ismael- is a solid lineman from the Rocky school of run ball offense. He also gives us depth at center.
        Olson is my sleeper pick - Olson was not only a first-team all-conference selection but a first-team Associated Press FCS All-American and Buck Buchanan Award finalist. He was also a two time Big Sky Conference Defensive Player of the Year.