***My Updated "Big 60" Draft Board***

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    ***My Updated "Big 60" Draft Board***

    These are the 60 players that interest me the most come draft day... as for Rd 1, I tried to include players that I think have a chance to be in range, thus leaving out players such as Pryor and Nix... though of the (2) I think Nix has the best chance of being within range.  I'll even admit that Kony Ealy might be a bit of a stretch.

    Feedback is welcome:

    Rd 1:

    DE/OLB- Kony Ealy

    OLB/DE- Jeremiah Attaochu

    LB- Ryan Shazier

    DT- Stephon Tuitt

    OLB/DE- Dee Ford

     WR- Kelvin Benjamin

     CB- Kyle Fuller

    DT- Ra'shede Hageman

     S- Jimmie Ward

     

    Rd 1-2:

     OG- Xavier Su’a-Filo

    DE/OLB- Marcus Smith

    LB- Kyle Van Noy

     

    Rd 2:

     DT- Dominique Easley

     S- Deone Bucannon

     LB- Telvin Smith

     OT/OG- Joel Bitonio

    DE/OLB- Trent Murphy

     WR- Donte Moncrief

    TE- Troy Niklas

    TE- Jace Amaro

     

    Rd 2-3:

    WR- Cody Latimer

    DT- DaQuan Jones

     TE- Austin Seferian-Jenkins

     DE/OLB- Trevor Reilly

     ILB- Chris Borland

     DT- Ego Ferguson

     C/OG- Weston Richburg

     ILB- Shayne Skov

     

    Rd 3:

    TE- CJ Fiedorowicz

     CB- Stanley Jean Baptiste

     WR- Bruce Ellington

     WR- Jared Abbrederis

     RB- Devonte Freeman

    DT- Kelcy Quarles

     QB- AJ McCarron

    LB- Adrian Hubbard

     

    Rd 4-7:

    DT- Brent Urban

    DE/DT- Ed Stinson

     S- Antone Exum

    TE- Arthur Lynch

    DE/OLB- Will Clarke

    DT- Justin Ellis

    OG- Chris Watt

     OG- Anthony Steen

    QB- Aaron Murray

    C/OG- Bryan Stork

    DT- Bruce Gaston

    S- Vinnie Sunseri

    DE/OLB- Cassius Marsh

    WR- TJ Jones

    WR- Kain Colter

    WR- Michael Campanaro

    OL- John Urschel

     S- Brock Vereen

     RB- Tyler Gaffney

    TE/HB/FB- Trey Burton

    TE- Rob Blanchflower

    DT- Ryan Carrethers

    RB- Alfred Blue

    QB- Tom Savage

     

     

     

     
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    Re: ***My Updated

    someone on another site suggested drafting WR Kevin Benjamin and making him a TE because of his size and weight  what do you think?

     
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    In response to NEGAME2's comment:

    someone on another site suggested drafting WR Kevin Benjamin and making him a TE because of his size and weight  what do you think?



    In more of the AH flex/move type TE, yes I could see that.  I think he'll give an OC a lot of flexibility due to his size and athleticism.  I prefer him to Amaro (used almost exclusively in the slot/split out) in that capacity.

     
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    Nice board MB. If Tuitt is there, I really hope they take him. If not, I'd be happy with Benjamin as  BB/JMD would take advantage of his size and create mismatches. Rounds 2-4 is where it gets tricky because its such a deep draft. I'm probably in the minority here but I would have no problem if BB traded back from #29 to get more picks.  Freeman is my favorite back in this class, not saying he's the best but I love what he has to offer. Would really like McCarron here if he drops to rd 3 or 4 and Fiedorowiczis my favorite TE. Talk about a tough draft to decide who to pick. BTW good call on Bitonio, I can see the Pats taking him at 29

     
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    In response to mbeaulieu07's comment:

    These are the 60 players that interest me the most come draft day... as for Rd 1, I tried to include players that I think have a chance to be in range, thus leaving out players such as Pryor and Nix... though of the (2) I think Nix has the best chance of being within range.  I'll even admit that Kony Ealy might be a bit of a stretch.

    Feedback is welcome:

    Rd 1:

    DE/OLB- Kony Ealy

    OLB/DE- Jeremiah Attaochu

    LB- Ryan Shazier

    DT- Stephon Tuitt

    OLB/DE- Dee Ford

     WR- Kelvin Benjamin

     CB- Kyle Fuller

    DT- Ra'shede Hageman

     S- Jimmie Ward

     

    Rd 1-2:

     OG- Xavier Su’a-Filo

    DE/OLB- Marcus Smith

    LB- Kyle Van Noy

     

    Rd 2:

     DT- Dominique Easley

     S- Deone Bucannon

     LB- Telvin Smith

     OT/OG- Joel Bitonio

    DE/OLB- Trent Murphy

     WR- Donte Moncrief

    TE- Troy Niklas

    TE- Jace Amaro

     

    Rd 2-3:

    WR- Cody Latimer

    DT- DaQuan Jones

     TE- Austin Seferian-Jenkins

     DE/OLB- Trevor Reilly

     ILB- Chris Borland

     DT- Ego Ferguson

     C/OG- Weston Richburg

     ILB- Shayne Skov

     

    Rd 3:

    TE- CJ Fiedorowicz

     CB- Stanley Jean Baptiste

     WR- Bruce Ellington

     WR- Jared Abbrederis

     RB- Devonte Freeman

    DT- Kelcy Quarles

     QB- AJ McCarron

    LB- Adrian Hubbard

     

    Rd 4-7:

    DT- Brent Urban

    DE/DT- Ed Stinson

     S- Antone Exum

    TE- Arthur Lynch

    DE/OLB- Will Clarke

    DT- Justin Ellis

    OG- Chris Watt

     OG- Anthony Steen

    QB- Aaron Murray

    C/OG- Bryan Stork

    DT- Bruce Gaston

    S- Vinnie Sunseri

    DE/OLB- Cassius Marsh

    WR- TJ Jones

    WR- Kain Colter

    WR- Michael Campanaro

    OL- John Urschel

     S- Brock Vereen

     RB- Tyler Gaffney

    TE/HB/FB- Trey Burton

    TE- Rob Blanchflower

    DT- Ryan Carrethers

    RB- Alfred Blue

    QB- Tom Savage

     

     

     



    Good to see DT Urban on your list.

     

     
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    In response to portfolio1's comment:

    In response to mbeaulieu07's comment:

    These are the 60 players that interest me the most come draft day... as for Rd 1, I tried to include players that I think have a chance to be in range, thus leaving out players such as Pryor and Nix... though of the (2) I think Nix has the best chance of being within range.  I'll even admit that Kony Ealy might be a bit of a stretch.

    Feedback is welcome:

     

     



    Good to see DT Urban on your list.

     



    He'd tempt me in Rd 3, but I love him in Rd 4.

     
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    In response to Homecheese's comment:

    Nice board MB. If Tuitt is there, I really hope they take him. If not, I'd be happy with Benjamin as  BB/JMD would take advantage of his size and create mismatches. Rounds 2-4 is where it gets tricky because its such a deep draft. I'm probably in the minority here but I would have no problem if BB traded back from #29 to get more picks.  Freeman is my favorite back in this class, not saying he's the best but I love what he has to offer. Would really like McCarron here if he drops to rd 3 or 4 and Fiedorowiczis my favorite TE. Talk about a tough draft to decide who to pick. BTW good call on Bitonio, I can see the Pats taking him at 29



    Thanks.  

    Yeah, I love Freeman... not the biggest back, but he'll come at you on every snap... def plays the game hard and I live his ability as a recevier out of the backfield.

    Bitonio is def a sleeper, IMO... good size/feet/movement, plays nasty... showed very well vs. Antony Barr and he can play multiple postions... heck, he even wears Logan's #70.  There's a lot to like.

     
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    Prior and Nix do seem to be mocked as gone well before the Pats pick. Now Ra'shede Hageman is interesting in that he's mocked in the mid to late twenties in rd one so he would be likely as the D line still needs a lot of help.

     
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    I am tempted to stomp my feet and hold my breath because Pryor isn't on your list but then again neither is Lawrence Taylor so there you have it.

    Seriously, I have a lot of respect for the all the work you put into this.  Do you see any possibility that BB might make a move to go after Pryor or am I overvaluing this kid?

     
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    I am tempted to stomp my feet and hold my breath because Pryor isn't on your list but then again neither is Lawrence Taylor so there you have it.

    Seriously, I have a lot of respect for the all the work you put into this.  Do you see any possibility that BB might make a move to go after Pryor or am I overvaluing this kid?



    Haha, I hear ya... I love Pryor and his smash you in the face play temperament.

    Appreciate it man, def something I enjoy doing.  If he makes it into the 20's, there might be a chance, but that's prob it.  I don't think you're overvaluing him... he's the top S in the class for me and a player that could very well be drafted inside the Top 20.

     
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    Sheesh Telvin Smith moved up into the 2nd round? That's a bummer. Hopefully he's available in the 3rd.

     
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    Sheesh Telvin Smith moved up into the 2nd round? That's a bummer. Hopefully he's available in the 3rd.



    I'd call him a Top 75 kid overall, but I think he's a Rd 2 talent.... love his tape.

     
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    Mb, what do you think of Amaro? He ran better at his pro day (4.68) and improved his vertical to 33". 

    I have watched probably 5 games on him...he's pretty good. He catches in tight quarters very well. He uses his body well. It looks like the ball gets sucked into his hands. He's tall and he runs pretty darn well. Things I've read have him moving up the charts and he may not be there when we pick - I've got to tell you he looks very very consistent.

     

     
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    what do you guys think of logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech?  He has the height, arm strength and mobility.  His timing, footwork and accuracy need work but those are all coachable.  Could be a solid 6th round pick who could learn under Brady.

     
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    Mb, what do you think of Amaro? He ran better at his pro day (4.68) and improved his vertical to 33". 

    I have watched probably 5 games on him...he's pretty good. He catches in tight quarters very well. He uses his body well. It looks like the ball gets sucked into his hands. He's tall and he runs pretty darn well. Things I've read have him moving up the charts and he may not be there when we pick - I've got to tell you he looks very very consistent.

     



    I like Amaro in Rd 2.  He's basically a big move/flex TE at this point and if they're gonna target someone to fill that AH type role in Rd 1, I'd prefer Kelvin Benjamin.

     
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    what do you guys think of logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech?  He has the height, arm strength and mobility.  His timing, footwork and accuracy need work but those are all coachable.  Could be a solid 6th round pick who could learn under Brady.



    Day 3 kid, yeah.  Has a lot of tools as you mention, but also comes with a lot of inconsistency.

     
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    what do you guys think of logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech?  He has the height, arm strength and mobility.  His timing, footwork and accuracy need work but those are all coachable.  Could be a solid 6th round pick who could learn under Brady.

     



    Day 3 kid, yeah.  Has a lot of tools as you mention, but also comes with a lot of inconsistency.

     



    do you think he could be converted to a backup QB/TE?  He has the size an mobility.  

     
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    what do you guys think of logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech?  He has the height, arm strength and mobility.  His timing, footwork and accuracy need work but those are all coachable.  Could be a solid 6th round pick who could learn under Brady.

     



    Day 3 kid, yeah.  Has a lot of tools as you mention, but also comes with a lot of inconsistency.

     



    do you think he could be converted to a backup QB/TE?  He has the size an mobility.  



    I think he gets the chance to play QB first, but in researching him, he played a lot of WR in HS (also played QB) and was a highly rated WR/TE/HB prospect before moving to QB full time at VT... so there's some natural skill there if a team is looking to convert him.

     
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    If Nix, Pryor or Ealy were to drop I would be so happy.

    I want to go defense first round but screw it I'm high on K Benjamin and if we snagged him I'd love it.

    Besides KB, defensively, I'd say Attaochu, Hageman, Tuitt and Shazier would all be good options as well in round 1

     
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    Also I guy I loved in season, Marcus Smith, has fallen off my radar. I would love him if BB decided to trade back into the 40s and take him

     
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    In response to mthurl's comment:

    Mb, what do you think of Amaro? He ran better at his pro day (4.68) and improved his vertical to 33". 

    I have watched probably 5 games on him...he's pretty good. He catches in tight quarters very well. He uses his body well. It looks like the ball gets sucked into his hands. He's tall and he runs pretty darn well. Things I've read have him moving up the charts and he may not be there when we pick - I've got to tell you he looks very very consistent.

     



    I like Amaro in Rd 2.  He's basically a big move/flex TE at this point and if they're gonna target someone to fill that AH type role in Rd 1, I'd prefer Kelvin Benjamin.



    I'll check him out some more, thanks.

     
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    Also I guy I loved in season, Marcus Smith, has fallen off my radar. I would love him if BB decided to trade back into the 40s and take him



    Yeah, very underrated kid, IMO.  There's isn't a lot of talk about him, but I loved his tape and he was very disruptive off the edge.

     
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    I am tempted to stomp my feet and hold my breath because Pryor isn't on your list but then again neither is Lawrence Taylor so there you have it.

    Seriously, I have a lot of respect for the all the work you put into this.  Do you see any possibility that BB might make a move to go after Pryor or am I overvaluing this kid?



    Haha, I hear ya... I love Pryor and his smash you in the face play temperament.

    Appreciated it man, def something I enjoy doing.  If he makes it into the 20's, there might be a chance, but that's prob it.  I don't think you're overvaluing him... he's the top S in the class for me and a player that could very well be drafted inside the Top 20.



    Thanks.  If Pats get him, they get him - if they don't, they don't.  Be really interesting to see where he does go.

     
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