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15 hours ago, Comeonman said:

Boys will go with Jordan Akins

damn you after griffen was gone he was my next pick

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Been 14 hours since last pick....we move on

 

Giants select Cedric Wilson ....WR .... Boise State

Colts select Tony Adams .... OG ..... NC State

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CBS Top 10 Available
66. Kameron Kelly, CB, San Diego St.
77. Chad Thomas, DE, Miami (FL)
80. R.J. McIntosh, DT, Miami (FL)
84. Justin Lawler, DE, SMU
85. Ito Smith, RB, Southern Miss
86. D.J. Reed, CB, Kansas St.
88. Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford
91. DeShon Elliott, SS, Texas
92. Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico St.
93. Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt

ESPN Top 10 Available
82. Jalyn Holmes, DE, Ohio St.
84. R.J. McIntosh, DT, Miami (FL)
93. Michael Dickson, P, Texas
97. Andrew Brown, DE, Virginia
98. J.C. Jackson, CB, Maryland
100. Hercules Mata'afa, DE, Washington St.
101. Kyzir White, CB, West Virginia
105. Deadrin Senat, DT, South Florida
109. Matt Pryor, OT, TCU
110. Taron Johnson, CB, Weber St.

Average Top 10 Available (ESPN & CBS)
82.0 - R.J. McIntosh, DT, Miami (FL)
110.0 - Will Richardson, OT, NC State
110.5 - Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa St.
111.0 - Kyzir White, CB, West Virginia
111.0 - Mark Walton, RB, Miami (FL)
114.0 - Chad Thomas, DE, Miami (FL)
119.5 - Arrion Springs, CB, Oregon
123.0 - Andrew Brown, DE, Virginia
127.5 - Wyatt Teller, OG, Virginia Tech
128.0 - Jalyn Holmes, DE, Ohio St.

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49ers Select Tegray Scales ...ILB ....Biggest draft need

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Buccs need O line depth ....

 

Select Timon Parris ....OT ....Stoney Brook

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Adding to Allen Robinson in FA Bears take

 

J'Mon Moore ....WR ....Missouri

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Have to move on

Seahawks select RJ McIntosh ...DT ....Miami

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The New Orleans Saints stay with selecting Ohio State players and with the 147 pick in the 2018 draft select 

Jalyn Holmes DE 

The Ohio State University

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With pick 148 the Pittsburgh Stealers select 

Quinton Meeks CB

Stanford

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Broncos take Andrew Brown DE Virginia.

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BOOOOOOM

 

Cleveland Browns take a player with a 2nd round grade ...cannot believe he has fallen to us in the 5th round ......high fives between Dorsey, Wolfe, Hue and Jimmy and a boob grope for Dee

Defensive Edge wrecking machine

Browns select KEMOKO TURAY  .... DE ..... RUTGERS

https://www.nfl.com/prospects/kemoko-turay ?id=32462018-0002-5599-9667-00031057c4e6

Sleeper number 1 :)

https://draftwire.usatoday.com/2018/02/11/2018-nfl-draft-10-defensive-sleeper-prospects-to-know/

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2 picks left with me

 

Bengals ....Will Richardson OT ...NC State

Cardinals ... Micah Kiser ILB ... Virginia

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4 hours ago, Comeonman said:

Lions pick Allen Lazard WR Iowa State

did it to me again man this Sheet is getting old  :)

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chargers pick scott wr new mexico state

Seahawks pick smyth t.e notre damn 

wind storm here in the N.W lights already flickering ill check in later and change my pick if need be

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5 minutes ago, Comeonman said:

Bugged your war room...sorry bout that

HA I wanted Scott along sucker ahahhaahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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Times up

Ravens need some weapons for Flacco

Ravens select ....Keke Coutee ....... WR ....Texas Tech

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48 minutes ago, syd said:

chargers pick scott wr new mexico state

Seahawks pick smyth t.e notre damn 

wind storm here in the N.W lights already flickering ill check in later and change my pick if need be

two under the radar picks man.i should be a flipping gm

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32 minutes ago, syd said:

two under the radar picks man.i should be a flipping gm

Well in keeping with that thought this GM finds a diamond in the rough.

6'8" 305 lb. giant from the small college of North Carolina A&T, MEAC OL of the year is OT Brandon Parker who has a wingspan of 107". From this assessment: "In 2017, the Aggies ranked No. 1 in the conference in 3rd down conversion, total first downs, rushing offense, scoring offense, fewest tackles for loss allowed, fewest sacks allowed and total offense … Has never surrendered a sack in his career" 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, TexasAg1969 said:

Well in keeping with that thought this GM finds a diamond in the rough.

6'8" 305 lb. giant from the small college of North Carolina A&T, MEAC OL of the year is OT Brandon Parker who has a wingspan of 107". From this assessment: "In 2017, the Aggies ranked No. 1 in the conference in 3rd down conversion, total first downs, rushing offense, scoring offense, fewest tackles for loss allowed, fewest sacks allowed and total offense … Has never surrendered a sack in his career" 

 

 

we gotta get that guy

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3 minutes ago, syd said:

we gotta get that guy

Imagine first snap for the Browns....Tyrod is sacked for a 15 yard loss :) 

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4 minutes ago, darren15 said:

Imagine first snap for the Browns....Tyrod is sacked for a 15 yard loss :) 

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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3 minutes ago, darren15 said:

Imagine first snap for the Browns....Tyrod is sacked for a 15 yard loss :) 

LOL!. I'm going to track this guy in the draft. I have a feeling he gets taken in the late 3rd to mid-4th. Someone will catch that stat and take a closer look at how he accomplished that.

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10 minutes ago, TexasAg1969 said:

LOL!. I'm going to track this guy in the draft. I have a feeling he gets taken in the late 3rd to mid-4th. Someone will catch that stat and take a closer look at how he accomplished that.

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5. BRANDON PARKER | North Carolina A&T 6075|305 lbs. rSR. Kannapolis, N.C. (A.L. Brown) 10/21/1995 (age 22.5) #70

 

 

STRENGTHS: NFL frame with tremendous length…maintains a wide base in his kickslide…light-footed shuffle to cut off the corner and mirror in space…eager to use his

length and keep rushers at bay…ties up counter measures…uses his frame to wall-off lanes…looks to drop his pads, roll his hips and arrive with pop in the run

game…unloads on down blocks…humble individual and a “lead by example” type, according to his teammates – proposed to his long-time girlfriend before kickoff at

his final home game (Nov. 2017)…athletic bloodlines – father (George) played left tackle at North Carolina (1989-93) before becoming a football coach; mother

(Regina) played basketball at North Carolina…started every game at left tackle the last four years, earning MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Year honors as a

sophomore, junior and senior.

 

 

WEAKNESSES: Built very tall off the ground, making it tough for him sink and play with consistent knee-bend…gets himself in trouble when he relaxes his hips and

plays with high pads, inviting bull rushers to drive him…hands are eager, but not heavy and punch timing is highly inconsistent on film…lean build and lacks ideal bulk

on his frame – added 40+ pounds since high school, but still has room to get strong…not a weak player, but lacks the point of attack power to overwhelm and bury

defenders…improved instincts, but his awareness and timing aren’t ready for NFL speed…faced one power-five FBS program in his career (North Carolina) and most of

his experience is vs. FCS-level talent.

 

 

SUMMARY: A four-year starter at North Carolina A&T, Parker earned the starting left tackle job as a redshirt freshman and started all 48 games there the past four

seasons, mostly in a two-point stance in the Aggies’ open offense. A&T led the MEAC in rushing yards each of the last three years behind a left tackle-left guard-

center combination that started every game since 2015, including opening holes for Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen (2017 fourth round pick). Parker didn’t

give up a sack in his career with the lateral movements to shield rushers from the pocket. He might have the longest legs of any player I have ever scouted, hurting his

leverage and balance at the point of attack, and he needs to better utilize his length to control, not just tie up, rushers. Overall, Parker needs to continue and get

stronger and improve his sustain skills, but he has the frame, athleticism and football character than makes him an ideal developmental tackle prospect.

 

 

GRADE: 5th Round

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^^^^Pretty good assessment. He has gotten stronger every year in their program. Has a lot of upside and might actually stay off a PS if the right team takes him.

Opps. Guess we should have taken this to the chat thread.

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