***2015 PATRIOTS DRAFT THREAD***

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    ***2015 PATRIOTS DRAFT THREAD***

    It's that time of year again, with the college season already underway and the NFL season right on the brink, let the draft talk begin!


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    As things stand today, my favorite defensive player in this class is Washington OLB/S Shaq Thompson, while on offense, FSU OG Tre Jackson looks like a dominant force at OG... and I'd expect that he's prob out of range when NE selects, likely at the bottom of Rd 1.  I'm also a huge fan of FSU TE Nick O'Leary... this kid is a true throwback, that'll truck you after the catch, has upside/ability as a blocker and he's a pass catcher that doesn't wear gloves... I love it when a player doesn't wear gloves.


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    Below is my current watch list, as always, this list is fluid and subject to change as more tape/info becomes available:


     


     


     


     ***Updated 9/2/14***


     


    *Defense*
    S- Landon Collins
    S- Kurtis Drummond
    S- Dechane Durante
    S- Cody Prewitt
    S- Derron Smith
    S- Jordan Richards
    S- Kyshoen Jarrett
    S- David Guthrie
    S- Karl Joseph
    S- Anthony Harris
    S- Sam Carter
    S- Durell Eskridge
    S- Isaiah Johnson


    S- Tyler Hunter


    CB- Josh Shaw
    CB- Steven Nelson


    CB- Marcus Peters


    CB- Doran Grant


    CB- Trae Waynes
    CB- PJ Williams
    CB- KeiVarae Russell
    CB- Ronald Darby
    CB- Alex Carter
    CB- Wayne Lyons
    CB- Byron Jones
    CB- Donald Celiscar


    DT- Sheldon Day


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    DT- Gabe Wright
    DT- Christian Covington
    DT- Carl Davis
    DT- Travis Raciti


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    DT- Danny Shelton


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    DT- Carl Davis


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    DT- JT Surratt


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    DT- Tyeler Davison


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    DE- Henry Anderson
    DE- Dante Fowler
    DE- Deion Barnes
    DE- Noah Spence


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    DE- Lorenzo Mauldin


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    DE- Alvin Dupree


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    DE- Hauoli Kikaha


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    OLB- Shaq Thompson
    OLB- Benardrick McKinney


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    OLB- Zach Hodges


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    OLB- Eric Striker


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    OLB- Jordan Jenkins


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    ILB- Trey DePriest
    LB- Eric Striker
    LB- Hayes Pullard
    LB- Nico Marley
    LB- Denzel Perryman


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    *Offense*
    RB- Todd Gurley
    RB- Karlos Williams
    RB- TJ Yeldon
    RB- Melvin Gordon
    RB- Mike Davis
    RB- Duke Johnson
    RB- David Cobb
    RB- Bill Belton
    RB- Kenny Hilliard
    RB- Jay Ajayi
    RB- Keith Marshall
    RB- Byron Marshall
    RB- Buck Allen
    RB- Paul James
    WR- Rashad Greene


    WR- Amari Cooper
    WR- Ty Montgomery
    WR- Antwan Goodley
    WR- Christion Jones
    WR- Nelson Agholor
    WR- Stefon Diggs
    WR- Chris Harper
    WR- Bryce Treggs
    WR- Leonte Carroo


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    WR- DeVante Parker


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    WR- Kasen Williams
    TE- Nick O'Leary
    TE- Ben Koyack
    TE- Randall Telfer
    TE- Jeff Heuerman
    TE- Braxton Deaver
    TE- Devin Funchess
    TE- Tyler Kroft
    TE- Pharaoh Brown
    TE- Kyle Carter
    OG- Tre Jackson
    OG- Laken Tomlinson
    OG- Josue Mattias
    OG- AJ Cann
    OG- Miles Dieffenbach
    OG- Kaleb Johnson


     


     


     



     
     


     


     


     


     
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    Thanks for the list.. Have highlighted RB's and OL and fast pass rushers for next year

    Good job.

    Always Right.....at least in my mind

     
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    MB, looking forward to reading yours and everyone's analysis and contributions. I don't post much in the draft threads but I read almost all the posts.

    Last year one of my few contributions was to predict Marcus Mariotta would be the #1 pick in the draft... I an on record again that he will be the best QB prospect and the #1 pick in the next draft barring injury.  

     
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    MB, looking forward to reading yours and everyone's analysis and contributions. I don't post much in the draft threads but I read almost all the posts.


    Last year one of my few contributions was to predict Marcus Mariotta would be the #1 pick in the draft... I an on record again that he will be the best QB prospect and the #1 pick in the next draft barring injury.  





    I agree that if he continues to develop and stays on his trajectory, that he will be the #1 overall pick.


     

     
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    MB, looking forward to reading yours and everyone's analysis and contributions. I don't post much in the draft threads but I read almost all the posts.

    Last year one of my few contributions was to predict Marcus Mariotta would be the #1 pick in the draft... I an on record again that he will be the best QB prospect and the #1 pick in the next draft barring injury.  

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    I agree that if he continues to develop and stays on his trajectory, that he will be the #1 overall pick.

    I will also go on record as saying that I think PSU Soph. QB Christian Hackenberg will end up being the best NFL QB out of any that are still in college, Mariotta/Winston included.

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    Based on everything that Winston has done in college he better mature very quickly if he wants to play QB in the NFL. Many physically gifted QB's have been drafted in the 1st round and washed out because of maturity issues.... See Ryan Leaf and many others.

     

     
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    MB, looking forward to reading yours and everyone's analysis and contributions. I don't post much in the draft threads but I read almost all the posts.

    Last year one of my few contributions was to predict Marcus Mariotta would be the #1 pick in the draft... I an on record again that he will be the best QB prospect and the #1 pick in the next draft barring injury.  

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    I agree that if he continues to develop and stays on his trajectory, that he will be the #1 overall pick.

    I will also go on record as saying that I think PSU Soph. QB Christian Hackenberg will end up being the best NFL QB out of any that are still in college, Mariotta/Winston included.

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    Based on everything that Winston has done in college he better mature very quickly if he wants to play QB in the NFL. Many physically gifted QB's have been drafted in the 1st round and washed out because of maturity issues.... See Ryan Leaf and many others.

     

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    Agree... what you have between the ears is just as important as physcial ability... especially at the NFL level.

     
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    Just in time College Football season start.Nicely done, MB.

     
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    Just in time College Football season start.Nicely done, MB.

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    My favorite time of year!

     
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    Nice to have this thread going. Here is wishing you all a great 2015 draft year!

     
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    For the draft nuts out there, any good 6'3"+ WR out there that look like we could get in rounds 2-4 and fit out system? If Dobson can stay healthy and then mix in LaFell and Gronk in the end zone adding another tall physical WR could really help this offense.

     
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    For the draft nuts out there, any good 6'3"+ WR out there that look like we could get in rounds 2-4 and fit out system? If Dobson can stay healthy and then mix in LaFell and Gronk in the end zone adding another tall physical WR could really help this offense.






     








    Keep an eye on Stanford WR Ty Montgomery... he's not 6-3+ but is listed at 6-2 215 and has a solid, muscular build with excellent speed and quicks. 


     


     


     


     


     


    EDIT:  Montgomery has Rd 1 upside... as for Rd 2-4 kids... you're looking at Arizona's Austin Hill (6-2 210), Houston's Deontae Greenberry (6-3 198) and Washington's Kasen Williams (6-2 221).


     


     


     


    Michigan State's Tony Lippett (6-3 190) is another long, athletic kid with some ball skills, wiggle/RAC ability that could move up draft boards with a solid season.

     
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    Great to have the thread back. After the preseason so far these are the area's I'm looking right now for early picks:


    SS - As with most years I still don't see a solution to the position. If available I could see this being area they might look to address if Harmon or Wilson don't show up. It could also be a potential spot for Arrington, Ryan, or Browner to convert to if Butler really catches on.


    DE - Smith wasn't the answer and I think Moore is going to need at least 2 years. With Nink up in age and the position being thin right now getting a duo pass rusher or another all around player like Nink might be in their scope early. Esp, if Nink and Jones wear down before the playoffs again.


    DT -They drafted Easley which is a good start but with Wilfork getting older and Kelly gone this could be a position they once again look to fill earlier rather than later. It all depends on Jones, Siliga, Vellano, and Worthy this year


    TE - They got Wright but we still don't know if he'll mesh with Brady. He's also more a move TE who could convert to a large WR at any point too. I like Hooman but if Gronk has another injury plagued season they might want to look early in the draft for a receiving/blocking TE and move Wright back to WR


    G - With Mankins gone depending on how the other G's play this year they could easily be looing for a LG in the first couple of rounds


    Positions I don't think they will touch early:


    QB, P, K - these ones should be obvious they might not touch


    OT - Yes Vollmer is injured last year but Cannon has really impressed me and they picked up Solders option at $7.5mil so I have to believe they will try to extend him to lower that number. I just don't see them looking for a starter next year


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    Wouldn't Josh Shaw's lying about his heroics and that he is out for the season lower his draft stock drastically? 

     
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    Wouldn't Josh Shaw's lying about his heroics and that he is out for the season lower his draft stock drastically? 

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    Oh yeah, at least a round if not more depending on when he can show off for teams. Not only did he hurt himself doing something stupid that cost him the season he lied about it. That's 2 major no-no's to teams Missing an entire season only makes it worse but can recover a lot if he works out well after he recovers

     
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    It's that time of year again, with the college season already underway and the NFL season right on the brink, let the draft talk begin!

     

    Dude just wanted to pass along a thanks. As you will notice i do more reading than posting. I Look forward to seeing your list of players especially with College Game night kicking off the season tonight. Thanks for the info.

     

     

     

     

     

    As things stand today, my favorite defensive player in this class is Washington OLB/S Shaq Thompson, while on offense, FSU OG Tre Jackson looks like a dominant force at OG... and I'd expect that he's prob out of range when NE selects, likely at the bottom of Rd 1.  I'm also a huge fan of FSU TE Nick O'Leary... this kid is a true throwback, that'll truck you after the catch, has upside/ability as a blocker and he's a pass catcher that doesn't wear gloves... I love it when a player doesn't wear gloves.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Below is my current watch list, as always, this list is fluid and subject to change as more tape/info becomes available:

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    *Defense*
    S- Landon Collins
    S- Kurtis Drummond
    S- Dechane Durante
    S- Cody Prewitt
    S- Derron Smith
    S- Jordan Richards
    S- Kyshoen Jarrett
    S- David Guthrie
    S- Karl Joseph
    S- Anthony Harris
    S- Sam Carter
    S- Durell Eskridge
    S- Isaiah Johnson

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    S- Tyler Hunter

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


    CB- Josh Shaw
    CB- Steven Nelson

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CB- Marcus Peters

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CB- Doran Grant

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CB- Trae Waynes
    CB- PJ Williams
    CB- KeiVarae Russell
    CB- Ronald Darby
    CB- Alex Carter
    CB- Wayne Lyons
    CB- Byron Jones
    CB- Donald Celiscar

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DT- Sheldon Day

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DT- Gabe Wright
    DT- Christian Covington
    DT- Carl Davis
    DT- Travis Raciti

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DT- Danny Shelton

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DT- Carl Davis

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DT- JT Surratt

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DT- Tyeler Davison

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DE- Henry Anderson
    DE- Dante Fowler
    DE- Deion Barnes
    DE- Noah Spence

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DE- Lorenzo Mauldin

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DE- Alvin Dupree

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DE- Hauoli Kikaha

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    OLB- Shaq Thompson
    OLB- Benardrick McKinney

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    OLB- Zach Hodges

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    OLB- Eric Striker

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    OLB- Jordan Jenkins

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ILB- Trey DePriest
    LB- Eric Striker
    LB- Hayes Pullard
    LB- Nico Marley
    LB- Denzel Perryman

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    *Offense*
    RB- Todd Gurley
    RB- Karlos Williams
    RB- TJ Yeldon
    RB- Melvin Gordon
    RB- Mike Davis
    RB- Duke Johnson
    RB- David Cobb
    RB- Bill Belton
    RB- Kenny Hilliard
    RB- Jay Ajayi
    RB- Keith Marshall
    RB- Byron Marshall
    RB- Buck Allen
    RB- Paul James
    WR- Rashad Greene
    WR- Kenny Shaw
    WR- Ty Montgomery
    WR- Antwan Goodley
    WR- Christion Jones
    WR- Nelson Agholor
    WR- Stefon Diggs
    WR- Chris Harper
    WR- Bryce Treggs
    WR- Leonte Carroo

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    WR- DeVante Parker

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    WR- Kasen Williams
    TE- Nick O'Leary
    TE- Ben Koyack
    TE- Randall Telfer
    TE- Jeff Heuerman
    TE- Braxton Deaver
    TE- Devin Funchess
    TE- Tyler Kroft
    TE- Pharaoh Brown
    TE- Kyle Carter
    OG- Tre Jackson
    OG- Laken Tomlinson
    OG- Josue Mattias
    OG- AJ Cann
    OG- Miles Dieffenbach
    OG- Kaleb Johnson

     

     

     


     
     

     

     

     

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    Good to see this thread up. Thanks, MB.

    Rutgers RB Paul James looked good against Wazzu. Maybe BB's next recruit from Rutgers will be an RB.

    I only saw Q4 of the game... Not that the Pats needs another QB, but I thought Halliday looked good.

     
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    I don't know the eligibility status of these guys but here are names of kids that caught my eye last season

    WR Thomas Duarte, UCLA

    LB Travis Feeney, Washington

    DJ Reader DT, Clemson

    WR Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri

    DE Shilique Calhoun, Michigan St

    I am sure I have more names in my notes somewhere

     
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    For the draft nuts out there, any good 6'3"+ WR out there that look like we could get in rounds 2-4 and fit out system? If Dobson can stay healthy and then mix in LaFell and Gronk in the end zone adding another tall physical WR could really help this offense.

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    Green-Beckham is 6-6 if I remember correctly. Showed athleticism for any size, but really raw.

     
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    Thanks for the info on WR guys, I am gonna try to do a lot more college football scouting this year for the Pats.

     

    I really think if the Pats can get Revis to resign and extend McCourty our draft strategy could be a lot different if we only sign one or neither for whatever reason. I also think BB is going to be looking at O-line men and TE's(unless Wright really blows us away and Gronk is health all year long) Beefing up the LB depth could be another focus for BB. Although all this will change by the end of the season.

     
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    A&M may have some future draft picks in 2015 and beyond,


     


    "Texas A&M had so many weapons Thursday. They had Malcome Kennedy, best known for catching the eventual game-winning TD at Alabama in 2012, who caught 14 passes Thursday for 137 yards. They had Josh Reynolds, a 6-4 receiver who attended Tyler (Texas) Junior College in 2013 after being lightly recruited out of high school in San Antonio. Reynolds caught six passes for 76 yards and a touchdown. They had Ricky Seals-Jones, the 6-5, 235-pound H-receiver who looks capable of playing the way Jimmy Graham does for the New Orleans Saints. Seals-Jones, who redshirted 2013 after injuring his knee two games into his freshman season, caught five passes for 67 yards and a touchdown.


     


    They had Speedy Noil, a freshman receiver from New Orleans who can return kicks, beat defenders in space on short passes and take the top off the defense. They had Clear, who before his injury converted a third down on Texas A&M’s first drive. They had a three-headed tailback combo (Trey Williams, Tra Carson and Brandon Williams) that can burst through holes left open by defenders stretched out by of all those pass-catching targets. They had left tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, who could be the Aggies' third consecutive top-10 draft pick at the position. They had center Mike Matthews – brother of Jake, son of NFL Hall-of-Famer Bruce – whose coolness in the trenches allows them to push the tempo. And they had sophomore QB Kenny Hill, who beat out true freshman Kyle Allen by a whisker in a preseason competition and who will wake up Friday with his name on Heisman watch lists."


     


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    Wouldn't Josh Shaw's lying about his heroics and that he is out for the season lower his draft stock drastically? 

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    Oh yeah, at least a round if not more depending on when he can show off for teams. Not only did he hurt himself doing something stupid that cost him the season he lied about it. That's 2 major no-no's to teams Missing an entire season only makes it worse but can recover a lot if he works out well after he recovers

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    I agree with this.  In his favor is the fact that he's a 6-1 200 pound CB, and I wouldn't sleep on Pete Carroll and Co. hopping on this kid if he falls even a little.

     
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    I don't know the eligibility status of these guys but here are names of kids that caught my eye last season

    WR Thomas Duarte, UCLA

    LB Travis Feeney, Washington

    DJ Reader DT, Clemson

    WR Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri

    DE Shilique Calhoun, Michigan St

    I am sure I have more names in my notes somewhere

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    You won't get to see DGB play for a bit... he was bounced from Mizzou and transferred to Oklahoma, where he won't be eligible to play until next season.

    Calhoun looks like a possible Top 10 kid at this point.

     
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    Dude just wanted to pass along a thanks. As you will notice i do more reading than posting. I Look forward to seeing your list of players especially with College Game night kicking off the season tonight. Thanks for the info.


     




    Glad to be back at it!  Don't be a stranger, post more! 


     

     
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    Great to have the thread back. After the preseason so far these are the area's I'm looking right now for early picks:

    Welcome back, bruh!

    SS - As with most years I still don't see a solution to the position. If available I could see this being area they might look to address if Harmon or Wilson don't show up. It could also be a potential spot for Arrington, Ryan, or Browner to convert to if Butler really catches on.

    And it doesn't look like BB is sure who he wants opposite DMC either (no one has really seperated themselves)... position is still up for grabs.

    DE - Smith wasn't the answer and I think Moore is going to need at least 2 years. With Nink up in age and the position being thin right now getting a duo pass rusher or another all around player like Nink might be in their scope early. Esp, if Nink and Jones wear down before the playoffs again.

    Agreed and you can never have too many edge rushers.

    DT -They drafted Easley which is a good start but with Wilfork getting older and Kelly gone this could be a position they once again look to fill earlier rather than later. It all depends on Jones, Siliga, Vellano, and Worthy this year

    Agreed, could def see them targeting another 1/0 tech to replace VW and/or provide depth with Siliga.

    TE - They got Wright but we still don't know if he'll mesh with Brady. He's also more a move TE who could convert to a large WR at any point too. I like Hooman but if Gronk has another injury plagued season they might want to look early in the draft for a receiving/blocking TE and move Wright back to WR

    Give me Nick O'Leary and call it a day ;)... though he's more Hern than Gronk.

    G - With Mankins gone depending on how the other G's play this year they could easily be looing for a LG in the first couple of rounds

    Agreed.

     

     

     
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    Nice to have this thread going. Here is wishing you all a great 2015 draft year!

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    Welcome back, mang!

     
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