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  • Originally posted by bigpoppy View Post
    ndt scouting is high on Micheal gallup and auden tate at the WR position

    gallup is lauded for his ability to separate

    tate is called an absolute stud

    FWIW those look like 2 guys that could drop some and be targeted if the NYg wish to add a receiver
    If we dont make a move on Simmie Cobbs or ESB from Notre Dame, id be thrilled to get Tate
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    • sleepers VIDEO

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdlqX9gQXZ4

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      • https://nflspinzone.com/2018/01/21/s...ed-receievers/

        5 big bodied WR in the draft profiled

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        • chris worley (bust?)

          article says giants should consider the dude in day 3 late rounds.... i completely disagree...watch the video in the article.... not for nothing but that is not an NFL caliper player IMO i would not select that dude in the draft. I think he would not even make the practice squad, unless he seriously improved. . Only my humble opinion

          https://www.bigblueview.com/2018/1/2...ng-report-news

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          • 32. New England Patriots: Rasheem Green, DE, USC

            Green was absolutely unblockable in the second half of the season, finishing with 10 sacks and 12.5 tackles for loss. He could play tackle in a 4-3 defense or end in a 3-4, which is probably what he’d be for New England. At 6-4, 275 pounds, Green has a tremendous frame, and I think he’ll be impressive in workouts. Could New England think about a quarterback here? Tom Brady will be 41 when the 2018 season begins. The Patriots also will have a pick in the first half of the second round as a result of the Jimmy Garoppolo trade.
            https://www.patspulpit.com/2018/1/20...est-mock-draft

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            • Originally posted by bigpoppy View Post
              chris worley (bust?)

              article says giants should consider the dude in day 3 late rounds.... i completely disagree...watch the video in the article.... not for nothing but that is not an NFL caliper player IMO i would not select that dude in the draft. I think he would not even make the practice squad, unless he seriously improved. . Only my humble opinion

              https://www.bigblueview.com/2018/1/2...ng-report-news
              I was high on him prior to the Shtiner Game.
              Mayock was impress with his pass reconition
              Due to the fact that Shivano coach him.
              I was viewing him as a 4th round pick.
              Our comp pick which should be a late 4th round pick. We could tske Baket from OSU.

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              • Tim Settle - 6’3 340

                Like Vea, this guy is massive. He came across my eye while I was watching tape of a Virginia Tech linebacker. He jumped off of the screen. He’s 6’3 but at times I saw him get INCREDIBLY low to stop a quarterback sneak, or a running back on a short gain - getting under the guard or center. It was almost too unreal.

                He doesn’t get pushed back, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him rise to the first round. But as of now, he’s projected in the second or third. If Atlanta takes a position outside of defensive tackle (perhaps guard?), Settle should very well be on their list of second rounders.
                https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2018/1...tackle-edition

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                • Originally posted by bigpoppy View Post
                  http://www.phillyvoice.com/grocery-s...raft-11-18-17/

                  discussion of tyrell crosby first round OT prospect and others in the article...expresses concerns about his feet against speed rushers in the NFL
                  true of almost any prospect though
                  I have seen Crosby play @ Oregon.
                  I ser him as a GUARD in the NFL.

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                  • Originally posted by fifthavephil View Post

                    I have seen Crosby play @ Oregon.
                    I ser him as a GUARD in the NFL.
                    Hes a HELL of a player, and dude plays MEEEEAAAANNN, like he is really trying to kick the crap out of ya. He just dominates guys, and once he gets his hands on you, might as well just sit down cause u aint going anywhere. I could see him as a RT OR guard, maybe even LT, MAYBE... My ONLY knock on him is his footwork is fugly to say the least, other than that dude is awesome, he didnt let up a SINGLE qb sack, hit, or even pressure last season
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                    • Originally posted by bigpoppy View Post
                      https://www.seccountry.com/lsu/lsu-d...al-senior-bowl

                      said to be a round 2 talent now.... his stock appears to be rising ala the senior bowl.... i think i remember he only played receiver for one year & is considered to be a guy that will only get better if i remember correctly. if u like the silky smooth guys you will love chark

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                      • Originally posted by bigpoppy View Post

                        Siran Neal getting some love from the media>>>>>>>>>>

                        Siran Neal, CB, Jacksonville State

                        Neal is a thunderous hitter who wraps up well when he can't make the highlight hit. At 6-foot-1 and a little over 200 pounds, he has the size Buffalo would like in its Cover 3 coverage scheme. The Bills like to use their safeties as corners on occasion, and Neal can shift back to the safety spot on those plays. He'll participate in the Senior Bowl in late January.
                        https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/...ects-to-watch/
                        neal getting some attention at senior bowl>>>>>>>>

                        http://ninerswire.usatoday.com/2018/...ers-attention/

                        Cornerbacks Michael Joseph of Div. III Dubuque and Jacksonville State’s Siran Neal stood out early in practices as potential targets for any team in need of size at the position.

                        speed is the question mark, as he is from a very small school...will have to see how he tests.... but he is tall and also plays safety...dude is a hitter and plays with attitude.... if nothing else should go make a team as an UDFA one would think

                        >>> vid of him covering a dude at senior bowl... what i liked about him was his ability to blanket receivers.... check out the clip>>>

                        http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2...an_neal_1.html

                        8. Jacksonville State defensive back Siran Neal (6-1, 205) can play nearly every single position in the secondary. He’ll probably best fit at an inside nickel position at the next level, but he’s an intriguing secondary player, no doubt.
                        http://www.houstontexans.com/news/ar...7-cc6685b6d2c5


                        Neal listed as 8th best prospect on the south team
                        Last edited by bigpoppy; 01-24-2018, 11:26 AM.

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                        • Article saying how this draft has a bunch of true sleepers: bunch of names not even i have heard of yet, and i've been trying to keep up lol>>>. so many potential sleepers, such a deep draft it is crazy>>>> there are about a million dudes that could be starters or quality back ups in the NFL. well maybe not quite a million, lol, but you guys get the idea

                          http://packerswire.usatoday.com/2018...pers-in-draft/

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                          • I draft Shaquem Griffin out of UCF in the 3rd or 4th if he is there. I watched them beat Auburn. We need a leader on this team badly. This kid is it and he doesn't quit.

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                            • list of sleeprs is endless this year lol>>>>>
                              https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/...018-nfl-draft/ Joseph Noteboom, OT, TCU

                              You won't hear Noteboom's name among the top offensive tackle prospects in this class, yet the pass-blocking proficiency he showcased at a long tenure at TCU bodes well for his future in the pass-happy NFL. Per Pro Football Focus, Noteboom surrendered nine quarterback pressures (two sacks, one hit, six hurries) on 820 snaps at left tackle this past season. His pass-blocking grade was the 16th-best out of 232 tackles who played at least 50 percent of their respective team's snaps. All the way back in 2015, his PFF pass-block grade -- while playing right tackle -- was the fifth-best among 237 qualifiers. He has NFL size and outstanding athletic talents to deal with every type of pass-rusher.

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                              • Just read Jeremiahs top 50 prospects and there is 1 we haven't mentioned and somehow flew under our radar


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                                James Daniels, C, Iowa

                                Daniels is a very athletic and technically proficient center. In the run game, he's extremely quick and effective on reach blocks and second-level blocks. I'm amazed by his ability to stay attached with his hands while he re-works his foot positioning. In pass pro, he plays with outstanding knee bend and balance. He shoots his hands quickly and can anchor against power as well as redirect vs. counters. He's very aware. Daniels is one of the best center prospects I've evaluated in the last five years
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