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CR91 FINAL MOCK DRAFT

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1.Gareon Conley CB

 

Honestly the colts can go a lot of different ways with this pick so its not easy to know what they will do, but looking at what our roster lacks and it is CB. Conley is a perfect scheme fit for us as hes the best press man CB imo in this draft

 

2.Tim Williams Edge

 

I think ballard will roll the dice with williams. Hes said already that he would consider players with character or off-the-field issues and we've even had williams in for a private interview.  Hes the best pure pass rusher in this draft

 

3. Ahkello Witherspoon CB

 

I love his speed, length, and physical play and gets his hand on the ball. Could be our CB tandem if we decide to let davis walk next year

 

4. Kendall Beckwith ILB

Physical presence in the middle, Run stuffer, but needs to develop his pass coverage. Tigers defense struggled when beckwith got hurt.

 

4.Anthony Walker ILB

 

Potential steal in this draft. Has first-second talent, but his weight gain to his frame made him lose his speed and explosiveness, however still had a good season with over 100 tackles and 10 tackles for losses

 

4. Brain Hill RB

 

Great potential with hill. Hes a big back at 6-1 220 pounds with 4.5 speed. Ran for over 1800 yards and 22 tds. Not much of a pass catcher though.

 

5. Lorenzo Jerome S

 

Hes not the biggest or the fastest, but love the effort and heart this kid has. Always around the ball.

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Really really good draft, and most of the picks are right where they are projected!

 

Favorite is the 2 CBs in the first three (especially Conley who I think will be at worst a high end CB2 for the rest of his career) and Tim Williams at two (yes he has a lot of risk and needs to develop run stopping ability but man is this guy a pass-rushing specialist. I think he had a hit or sack on 1 of every 10 plays he ever played in or something like that!!

 

Not to mention coming out with Brian Hill as our RB2, and the two ILBs who both have excellent upside (especially Walker). 

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Replace Tim Williams with another pass rusher and I'd be elated. I'm a huge fan of going after Hill, Beckwith and Walker with our 4/5 round picks if they are there. 

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Anymore thoughts?

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I really like this draft! Defense Heavy and we grab a young RB. Im really hoping for Conley in the 1st!

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I like your draft too CR91. I think maybe a good slot corner would be good, I'm hoping we take Kazee or Jourdan Lewis in the 3rd (Davis, Conley and Lewis would be sick). Another thing, there;s proably going to be a really good TE available in the 4th so I'd be taking someone like Kittle or Hodges.

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I am really really warming up to Conley at 15. He will likely be one of the best prospects on the board and is in a major position of need

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This would be an awesome draft. 

2 starting quality CB's

Bedt pure pass rusher in the draft and his run defense is better than most.

Quality LB's

I would be very happy!

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If we just signed Bostic LB (Gulp) then switch out your first 4th rounder with Nazir Jones or Ryan Glasgow DT... We good.

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12 hours ago, FalseStart said:

If we just signed Bostic LB (Gulp) then switch out your first 4th rounder with Nazir Jones or Ryan Glasgow DT... We good.

 

Bostic isn't a starter

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