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  1. Isaiahh Loudermilk*, DT/DE, Wisconsin Height: 6-7. Weight: 300. Projected 40 Time: 4.89.
  2. LaBryan Ray*, DT, Alabama Height: 6-5. Weight: 294. Projected 40 Time: 4.90. Projected Round (2020): 2-4
  3. 23 Cody Ford, OT School: Oklahoma | Year: Junior (RS) Ford played right tackle at Oklahoma, but might be best at guard. He is a wide body -- you need to hire a taxi to get around him. He has been well-coached at OU and is very tough. Ford should start and play a long time. He is a great athlete who loves the game.
  4. Parris Campbell, WR School: Ohio State | Year: Senior (RS) Campbell has 4.31 speed with athletic ability (40-inch vertical, 11-3 broad jump). He's a lot like former Buckeye Curtis Samuel, a second-round pick by the Panthers in 2017. Campbell has good hands and lots of upside, though he needs work on deep balls.
  5. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001027731/article/2019-nfl-draft-dk-metcalf-among-best-prospects-remaining
  6. Taylor did not run or jump at the combine. He has very long arms (35 1/8 inches) and looks to have good speed and quickness. He plays right tackle, but could be a guard. He needs to use his hands better. Taylor is strong (24 lifts) and a good run blocker and hard worker. He will be a good NFL player. best bpa left
  7. Jeffery Simmons, a Mississippi State D-lineman would likely would be a top-10 pick had he not suffered a torn ACL in a February workout.
  8. I will admit it took a while for Cody Ford to grow on me. See, not that long ago it used to be that left tackles were supposed to be the “finesse” guys, while right tackles were supposed to be your “maulers.” A lot of that stemmed from the fact most teams wanted a guy at left tackle who could pass block out on an island all by himself against what was usually the opposing defense’s best pass rusher. On the other hand, because most teams favored running the ball to their right, they usually looked for a “road grader” type run blocker for their right tackle, knowing that they could help him out with tight end bumps and running back chips when it came time to throw the ball. Obviously times have changed. The NFL is undoubtedly a passing league now, and more and more teams are starting to open up their playbook. That means more guys out into routes, and fewer guys staying in to help with pass protection. Couple that with the fact we are living in somewhat of a golden era of pass rushers who like to line up on the defense’s left edge, and it’s clear that your right tackle better be able to hold his own as a pass blocker or your quarterback had better be some kin to Houdini. What took me a while to come around on Ford was the fact I still have somewhat of that old-school mentality when it comes to right tackles, and I had to check myself on it. He is a big guy at 6’4 and almost 330 pounds, but Ford was not a physically dominating presence when it came to run blocking, and initially that was somewhat of a disappointment.
  9. If the Colts are actively searching for Anthony Castonzo’s successor at left tackle, Dillard could certainly be a prospect they consider with one of their early picks. However, the likely means a first-round selection would be the way. Dillard has experience as a four-year starter at left tackle. His athleticism and footwork allows him to immediately be a successful left tackle in the NFL, but his run blocking does need improvement. Luckily for the Colts, he wouldn’t have to start right away. A high character prospect, Dillard could be what the Colts are looking for if they wanted to invest early in an offensive lineman.
  10. doyle is injury prone and getting old why try this guy out he young.
  11. Jamison Crowder (25), Washington Few players offer such acute body control on underneath routes. He can win 1-on-1 or as a puzzle piece in a larger multi-receiver design. Adam Humphries (25), Tampa Bay Serviceable slot receiver who can redirect off short-area movement and win on crossing patterns.
  12. Jesse James (24), Pittsburgh His moderately smooth athleticism makes him a solid No. 2 receiving tight end.
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