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Thoughts?   I say pick him up later in the draft.  Remove Hogan from the qb room and give this kid a shot.   Decent college numbers.

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Ssssshhhhhh.

 

Don't say that about Hogan

 

You know who will hear....

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Trade Kiser and a 3rd pick for Smith and draft darnold and white.  Clean out the current qb room.

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2 hours ago, LBC mike said:

Thoughts?   I say pick him up later in the draft.  Remove Hogan from the qb room and give this kid a shot.   Decent college numbers.

Not much later... DraftScout gave him a 3rd round grade.

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6 hours ago, LBC mike said:

Trade Kiser and a 3rd pick for Smith and draft darnold and white.  Clean out the current qb room.

This would be absolutely good by me. 

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8 hours ago, LBC mike said:

Trade Kiser and a 3rd pick for Smith and draft darnold and white.  Clean out the current qb room.

Smith who?

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From a writer prepping for his week in Mobile, Alabama....

After breaking down the WKU film this past weekend, I was incredibly impressed by White’s poise, patience, accuracy and overall awareness. I’m told he’s a favorite of Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey.

http://draftanalyst.com/hello-mobile-0

 

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Interesting.

http://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2018/insider/story/_/id/19351953/mel-kiper-way-too-early-2018-nfl-draft-rankings-top-prospects-every-position

Quarterbacks

Seniors

1. Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State
2. Luke Falk, Washington State
3. Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma
4. Matt Linehan, Idaho
5. Mike White, Western Kentucky

Underclassmen

1. *Sam Darnold, USC
2. Josh Allen, Wyoming
3. Josh Rosen, UCLA
4. Lamar Jackson, Louisville
5. Clayton Thorson, Northwestern

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That Kiper position ranking is from May 2017.

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8 minutes ago, calfoxwc said:

Interesting.

http://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2018/insider/story/_/id/19351953/mel-kiper-way-too-early-2018-nfl-draft-rankings-top-prospects-every-position

Quarterbacks

Seniors

1. Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State
2. Luke Falk, Washington State
3. Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma
4. Matt Linehan, Idaho
5. Mike White, Western Kentucky

Underclassmen

1. *Sam Darnold, USC
2. Josh Allen, Wyoming
3. Josh Rosen, UCLA
4. Lamar Jackson, Louisville
5. Clayton Thorson, Northwestern

This is an irrelevant post. Who cares whether someone is a senior or an underclassman reallyThis is an irrelevant post. Who cares whether someone is a senior or an underclassman really

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it lends credence to White's value as a prospect, regardless that it was from May. And, it shows what is usually? the extra

year of having played in college, for whatever that's worth. Sounds like somebody is enraged because rosie is #3. It's just another opinion.

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27 minutes ago, calfoxwc said:

it lends credence to White's value as a prospect, regardless that it was from May. And, it shows what is usually? the extra

year of having played in college, for whatever that's worth. Sounds like somebody is enraged because rosie is #3. It's just another opinion.

Enraged? :lol:

Why wouldn't you actually post a positional ranking that is current? I'm sure they exist.

 

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27 minutes ago, Dutch Oven said:

Enraged? :lol:

Why wouldn't you actually post a positional ranking that is current? I'm sure they exist.

 

Cuz that would be logical. Instead we'll keep getting 2 year old stories to fit in with whatever opinion he has

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Brandon Silvers TROY

YEAR

GP COMP ATT YDS COMP % TD  
2014 11 191 271 1,836 70.5 % 11  
2015 11 202 330 2,378 61.2 % 20  
2016 13 293 460 3,180 63.7 % 23  
2017 13 283 443 3,290 63.9 % 17  
Totals 48 969 1,504 10,684 64.4 % 71  

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2013 South Florida American FR QB 6 93 175 53.1 1083 6.2 4.2 3 9 100.5
2014 South Florida American SO QB 11 122 242 50.4 1639 6.8 6.1 8 7 112.4
*2015 Western Kentucky CUSA JR QB                    
*2016 Western Kentucky CUSA JR QB 14 280 416 67.3 4363 10.5 11.5 37 7 181.4
*2017 Western Kentucky CUSA SR QB 13 368 560 65.7 4177 7.5 7.7 26 8 140.8

 

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4 minutes ago, The Gipper said:

Take him in the fifth or sixth round and that will be fine

nfldraftcountdown has him round 2-3 already, way before the combine. My opinion, after the combine he is at least

a lock for a high round two pick.

http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=128411&draftyear=2018&genpos=QB

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Believe it or not.. I have Mike White as My dark horse in this draft... there's just something about him.. He might surprise..

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Really Cal- now you have to dig up second & third rate prospects to try and score points? Walter Football rankings.  Mike White, #12 prospect, projected round 5-FA. Brandon Silvers #17 prospect, projected round 7-FA.  

White:  Heavy feet takes time to set up in the pocket. Lacks feel for pressure off the edges and drops his eyes when he sees pocket push. Pocket mobility is poor. Was responsible for his share of the 46 sacks. Sluggish processor when initial reads are covered. Stayed on covered targets rather than finding better options. Relies too heavily on arm over anticipation. Looks lethargic when trying to roll and throw. Fumbled 12 times this year and 17 times over two seasons.

Silvers: So little thought of nfl.com doesn't even have a profile on him, FA at best.  And he's so impressive, he didn't even get invited to the combine...   

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2 hours ago, The Gipper said:

He will likely be better than Allen in the pros

Cal flunked math 64% or 65% < 70% definitely- better than 56%. Only thing this thread proves is he's got his head so far up Allen's a$$ it's starting to get funny. 

200w.webp

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