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@Clem-Dog I assumed you were going to pick the prospect that you named in the PM. I removed him from the list. He is still available -- for you.

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I am reposting this so that it is at the top of the page.

 

LIST OF AVAILABLE PROSPECTS:

(as of 4/13/19, 9:37AM EST)

 
41. MILES SANDERS–RB–PENN STATE
42. L.J. COLLIER–DE/OB–TCU
45. ERIK MCCOY–C–TEXAS A&M
46. N’KEAL HARRY–WR–ARIZONA ST.
48. DEEBO SAMUEL–WR–SOUTH CAROLINA
49. TRAYVON MULLEN–CB–CLEMSON
50. TYTUS HOWARD–LT/RT–ALABAMA ST.
51. DAVID MONTGOMERY–RB–IOWA ST.
52. DEIONTE THOMPSON–S–ALABAMA

 

6.0 = Mid to Late 2nd Round Value (29)

54. AMANI HOOKER–S–IOWA
57. DRE’MONT JONES–DT–OHIO ST.
58. AMANI ORUWARIYE–CB–PENN ST.
60. LONNIE JOHNSON JR.–CB–KENTUCKY
61. PARRIS CAMPBELL–WR–OHIO ST.
63. KENDALL SHEFFIELD–CB–OHIO ST.
64. TRYSTEN HILL–DT–CENTRAL FLORIDA

 

————————-END OF SECOND ROUND NUMBER PICKS——————————-

 

65. JOEJUAN WILLIAMS–CB–VANDERBILT
66. MICHAEL JORDAN–C/OG–OHIO ST.
67. KELVIN HARMON–WR–NORTH CAROLINA STATE

69. OSHANE XIMINES–DE–OLD DOMINION
70. DAMIEN HARRIS–RB–ALABAMA
71. DEVIN SINGLETARY–RB–FLORIDA ATLANTIC
72. BRYCE LOVE–RB–STANFORD
73. ELGTON JENKINS–OG/C–MISSISSIPPI STATE
74. CONNOR MCGOVERN–OG/C–PENN STATE
75. TRE LAMAR–LB–CLEMSON
76. JOSIAH TAUAEFA–LB–TEXAS SAN ANTONIO
77. RYAN FINLEY–QB–NORTH CAROLINA STATE
79. ZACH ALLEN–DE–BOSTON COLLEGE
80. HAKEEM BUTLER–WR–IOWA ST.
81. D’ANDRE WALKER–OLB–GEORGIA
82. JULIAN LOVE–CB–NOTRE DAME

 

=========END OF SECOND ROUND GRADE VALUE============= 

 

5.9-5.5 = Has a chance to make and contribute
5.9 = 3rd Round Value (66)

83. ISAAC NAUTA–TE–GEORGIA
84. JACE STERNBERGER–TE–TEXAS A&M
85. GERALD WILLIS III–DT–MIAMI
86. JARETT STIDHAM–QB–AUBURN
87. DAVID EDWARDS–OT–WISCONSIN
88. YODNY CAJUSTE–OT–WEST VIRGINIA
89. CHASE WINOVICH–DE–MICHIGAN
90. LUKAS DENIS–S–BOSTON COLLEGE
91. GERMAINE PRATT–OLB–NC STATE
92. DAWSON KNOX–TE–OLE MISS
93. DARRELL HENDERSON–RB–MEMPHIS
94. SHAREEF MILLER–DE–PENN ST.

 

————————END OF THIRD ROUND NUMBER PICKS——————————–

 

95. VOSEAN JOSEPH–OLB–FLORIDA
96. JUAN THORNHILL–SS–VIRGINIA
97. PENNY HART–SLWR–GEORGIA ST.
98. WILL GRIER–QB–WEST VIRGINIA
99. ISIAH BUGGS–DE–ALABAMA
100. TERRY MCLAURIN–WR–OHIO ST.
101. SEAN BUNTING–CB–CENTRAL MICHIGAN
102. BOBBY EVANS–OT–OKLAHOMA
103. MIKE EDWARDS–S–KENTUCKY
104. TE’VON CONEY–IB–NOTRE DAME
105. JOSH OLIVER–TE–SAN JOSE ST.
106. EMMANUEL HALL–WR–MISSOURI
107. JAMAL PETERS–CB–MISSISSIPPI STATE
108. DAVID LONG–CB–MICHIGAN
109. MAXX CROSBY–DE–EASTERN MICHIGAN
110. ISIAH PRINCE–OT–OHIO ST.
111. DRU TRANQUILL–OLB–NOTRE DAME
112. TYREL DODSON–OLB–TEXAS A&M
113. KAHALE WARRING–TE–SAN DIEGO ST.
114. MAX SCHARPING–OT–NORTHERN ILLINOIS
115. DERWIN GRAY–OT–MARYLAND
116. KHALEN SAUNDERS–DT–WESTERN ILLINOIS
117. SIONE TAKIAKI–OLB–BYU
118. AUSTIN BRYANT–DE–CLEMSON
119. KEELAN DOSS–WR–CAL DAVIS
120. CHRISTIAN MILLER–OLB–ALABAMA
121. MARVELL TELL III–S–USC
122. GARY JOHNSON–ILB–TEXAS
123. RENELL WREN–DT–ARIZONA ST.
124. DREW SAMPLE–TE–WASHINGTON

 

—————–END FOURTH ROUND NUMBER PICKS—————-

 

125. TOMMY SWEENEY–TE–BOSTON COLLEGE
126. ANTHONY JOHNSON–WR–BUFFALO
127. BEAU BENZSCHAWEL–OG–WISCONSIN
128. SAIVION SMITH–CB–ALABAMA
129. CARL GRANDERSON–DE WYOMING
130. BEN POWERS–OG–OKLAHOMA
131. RODNEY ANDERSON–RB–OKLAHOMA
132. JALEN HURD–WR–BAYLOR
133. HAMP CHEEVERS–CB–BOSTON COLLEGE
134. DRU SAMIA–OG–OKLAHOMA
135. ANDY ISABELLA–WR–UMASS
136. NATE DAVIS–OG–CHARLOTTE
137. KRIS BOYD–CB–TEXAS
138. WILL HARRIS–S–BOSTON COLLEGE
139. TERRY BECKNER JR.–DT–MISSOURI
140. CALEB WILSON–TE–UCLA
141. TERRY GODWIN–WR–GEORGIA
142. MICHAEL DEITER–C–WISCONSIN
143. MIKE WEBER–RB–OHIO ST.
144. DEMARCUS CHRISTMAS–DT–FLORIDA ST.
145. KADEN SMITH–TE–STANFORD
146. BENNY SNELL–RB–KENTUCKY
147. JAQUAN JOHNSON–FS–MIAMI
148. MIKE BELL–FS–FRESNO ST.

============END OF THIRD ROUND GRADE VALUE=============

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12 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

@Clem-Dog I assumed you were going to pick the prospect that you named in the PM. I removed him from the list. He is still available -- for you.

 

Thank you for the heads up @NFLfan.  

 

The Titans select Mack Wilson ilb, Bama.

 

@danlhart87  is on the clock.

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Round 2:

 

1.      Arizona (3-13) .527 - @That Guy - D K Metcalf, WR, Mississippi

2.      Indianapolis - from New York Jets (4-12) .506 - @danlhart87 - Charles Omenihu, DE, Texas

3.      Oakland (4-12) .547 - @Jared Cisneros - DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia

4.      Denver from Indianapolis- from San Francisco (4-12) .504 @RNGDShobby - Garrett Bradbury, C, North Carolina State

5.      Carolina from New York Giants (5-11) .527 - @Matthew Gilbert - Greg Little, OT, Miss. State

6.      Jacksonville (5-11) .549 - @Finball - Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma

7.      Tampa Bay (5-11) .523 - @John Hammonds - Rock-Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

8.      Buffalo (6-10) .523 - @twfish - J J Arcega Whiteside, WR, Stanford

9.      Indianapolis from Denver (6-10) .523 - @danlhart87  - Darnell Savage, S, Maryland

10.  Cincinnati (6-10) .535 - @MPStack - Irv. Smith, TE, Alabama

11.  Minnesota from Detroit (6-10) .504 - @NFLfan -- Chris Lindstrom, Int OL, Boston College

12.  Green Bay (6-9-1) .488 - @chad72 -- Caleb McGary, OT, Washington

13.  Dallas from Atlanta (7-9) @csmopar -- Taylor Rapp, S, 

14.  Washington (7-9) .486 - @Zoltan -- Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

15.  New York Giants from Carolina (7-9) .508 - @Matthew Gilbert -- Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

16.  Miami (7-9) .469 - @John Hammonds -- Joe Jackson, DE, Miami

17.  Cleveland (7-8-1) .516 @stitches - Chauncey Gardner Johnson, S, Florida

18.  Detroit from Minnesota (8-7-1) .504 -  @PureLuck -- Justin Layne, CB

19.  Tennessee (9-7) .520 - @Clem-Dog -- Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama

20.  Pittsburgh (9-6-1) .50 - @danlhart87

21.  Philadelphia - from Baltimore* (10-6) .496 - @pacolts56

22.  Houston - from Seattle* (10-6) .484 - @PureLuck

23.  Houston* (11-5) .471 - @PureLuck

24.  New England - from Chicago* (12-4) .430 - @chad72

25.  Minnesota- from Philadelphia* (9-7) .518 - @NFLfan

26.  Atlanta from Dallas -- @RNGDShobby

27.  Indianapolis* (10-6) .465 - @danlhart87

28.  Los Angeles Chargers* (12-4) .477 - @Buck Showalter

29.  Kansas City* (12-4) .480 - @Finball

30.  New Orleans* (13-3) .482 - @Jared Cisneros

31.  Kansas City - from Los Angeles Rams* (13-3) .480 - @Finball

32.  New England* (11-5) .482 - @chad72

 

TRADES SO FAR:

 

·  The Packers give up pick No.12 and pick No.75 (3rd rounder) to move up to No.8 with the Detroit Lions. 

·   Vikings receive #25 and #57. Eagles move up to #18.

·    Indianapolis #26 for San Fran's #36 and #67

·    Indianapolis #36 for Denver's #41 and #125

·    NYG #37 for Carolina Panthers' #47 and #100

·    Lions #43 and #88 for Vikings' #50, #81 and #120

•   Dallas get pick 45;

Falcons get pick 58 and pick 90.

 

 

Baltimore -> Philadelphia: Lamar Jackson

·  Chicago -> New England: Anthony Miller

·  LA Rams -> Kansas City: Marcus Peters

·  NY Jets -> Indianapolis: 2018 Picks

·  Seattle -> Houston: Duane Brown

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47 minutes ago, chad72 said:

Via PM, @danlhart87 and The Pittsburgh Steelers select:

 

Amani Hooker, S, Iowa

 

The Eagles and @pacolts56 are on the clock till 12:30 pm ET

The Eagles would like to trade down for an early 3rd and 4th Round pick.

 

The Jets @CR91 .... the Jags @Finball .... and the Bucs @John Hammonds 3rd and 4th rounders would all be equitable swaps.

 

http://www.drafttek.com/NFL-Trade-Value-Chart.asp?RequestTeam=phi

 

Any takers?

 

I’ll give it 15 minutes and if no offer happens I’ll select a player.

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Mornin all. Sorry my signal sucks and getting into this thread takes FOREVER to load

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6 minutes ago, pacolts56 said:

The Eagles would like to trade down for an early 3rd and 4th Round pick.

 

The Jets @CR91 .... the Jags @Finball .... and the Bucs @John Hammonds 3rd and 4th rounders would all be equitable swaps.

 

Any takers?

 

I’ll give it 15 minutes and if no offer happens I’ll select a player.

 

Jags will accept that offer.

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Round 2:

 

1.      Arizona (3-13) .527 - @That Guy - D K Metcalf, WR, Mississippi

2.      Indianapolis - from New York Jets (4-12) .506 - @danlhart87 - Charles Omenihu, DE, Texas

3.      Oakland (4-12) .547 - @Jared Cisneros - DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia

4.      Denver from Indianapolis- from San Francisco (4-12) .504 @RNGDShobby - Garrett Bradbury, C, North Carolina State

5.      Carolina from New York Giants (5-11) .527 - @Matthew Gilbert - Greg Little, OT, Miss. State

6.      Jacksonville (5-11) .549 - @Finball - Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma

7.      Tampa Bay (5-11) .523 - @John Hammonds - Rock-Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

8.      Buffalo (6-10) .523 - @twfish - J J Arcega Whiteside, WR, Stanford

9.      Indianapolis from Denver (6-10) .523 - @danlhart87  - Darnell Savage, S, Maryland

10.  Cincinnati (6-10) .535 - @MPStack - Irv. Smith, TE, Alabama

11.  Minnesota from Detroit (6-10) .504 - @NFLfan -- Chris Lindstrom, Int OL, Boston College

12.  Green Bay (6-9-1) .488 - @chad72 -- Caleb McGary, OT, Washington

13.  Dallas from Atlanta (7-9) @csmopar -- Taylor Rapp, S, 

14.  Washington (7-9) .486 - @Zoltan -- Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

15.  New York Giants from Carolina (7-9) .508 - @Matthew Gilbert -- Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

16.  Miami (7-9) .469 - @John Hammonds -- Joe Jackson, DE, Miami

17.  Cleveland (7-8-1) .516 @stitches - Chauncey Gardner Johnson, S, Florida

18.  Detroit from Minnesota (8-7-1) .504 -  @PureLuck -- Justin Layne, CB

19.  Tennessee (9-7) .520 - @Clem-Dog -- Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama

20.  Pittsburgh (9-6-1) .50 - @danlhart87 -- Amani Hooker, S, Iowa

21.  Jacksonville from Philadelphia - from Baltimore* (10-6) .496 - @finball -- Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa

22.  Houston - from Seattle* (10-6) .484 - @PureLuck

23.  Houston* (11-5) .471 - @PureLuck

24.  New England - from Chicago* (12-4) .430 - @chad72

25.  Minnesota- from Philadelphia* (9-7) .518 - @NFLfan

26.  Atlanta from Dallas -- @RNGDShobby

27.  Indianapolis* (10-6) .465 - @danlhart87

28.  Los Angeles Chargers* (12-4) .477 - @Buck Showalter

29.  Kansas City* (12-4) .480 - @Finball

30.  New Orleans* (13-3) .482 - @Jared Cisneros 

31.  Kansas City - from Los Angeles Rams* (13-3) .480 - @Finball

32.  New England* (11-5) .482 - @chad72

 

TRADES SO FAR:

 

·  The Packers give up pick No.12 and pick No.75 (3rd rounder) to move up to No.8 with the Detroit Lions. 

·   Vikings receive #25 and #57. Eagles move up to #18.

·    Indianapolis #26 for San Fran's #36 and #67

·    Indianapolis #36 for Denver's #41 and #125

·    NYG #37 for Carolina Panthers' #47 and #100

·    Lions #43 and #88 for Vikings' #50, #81 and #120

•   Dallas get pick 45;

Falcons get pick 58 and pick 90.

•   # 69 and 109 to Philly for # 53 to Jax.

 

 

Baltimore -> Philadelphia: Lamar Jackson

·  Chicago -> New England: Anthony Miller

·  LA Rams -> Kansas City: Marcus Peters

·  NY Jets -> Indianapolis: 2018 Picks

·  Seattle -> Houston: Duane Brown

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8 minutes ago, Finball said:

Jaguars select Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State

 

@PureLuck

 

Wow, Jags have drafted Marquise Brown and Hakeem Butler!!! No more depending on just Fournette!!!

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20 minutes ago, pacolts56 said:

Done @Finball.... thanks... you're up my friend.

 

@csmopar or @NFLfan.... can you update this trade please? # 69 and 109 to Philly for # 53 to Jax.

Thanks

 

Done. Please check if it is ok. 

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1 minute ago, chad72 said:

 

Wow, Jags have drafted Marquise Brown and Hakeem Butler!!! No more depending on just Fournette!!!

 

Yeah but the OL still has issues, probably should have addressed that. 

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1 minute ago, Finball said:

 

Yeah but the OL still has issues, probably should have addressed that. 

I like what you have done, still plenty of time to address the OL issues.

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Houston is promising to destroy the Jaguars twice this season for this completely unnecessary trade-up. 

 

However, with the 54th pick in the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft, the Houston Texans select:

 

N'keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

 

 

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2 minutes ago, PureLuck said:

Houston is promising to destroy the Jaguars twice this season for this completely unnecessary trade-up. 

 

However, with the 54th pick in the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft, the Houston Texans select:

 

N'keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

 

 

Master of trade down got sniped! :lol:

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And since there were no trade offers and the Texans need more secondary help:

 

With the 55th pick in the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft, the Houston Texans select:

 

Juan Thornhill, S, West Virginia

 

@chad72 and the Patriots are on the clock!

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1 hour ago, PureLuck said:

Houston is promising to destroy the Jaguars twice this season for this completely unnecessary trade-up. 

 

However, with the 54th pick in the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft, the Houston Texans select:

 

N'keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

 

Indy better start getting some DBs. With Jax acquiring their 2 WRs in this draft and Houston boosting their already talented WR corps, Indy will need to fortify their secondary. No pressure, @chad72 :)

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2 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

Indy better start getting some DBs. With Jax acquiring their 2 WRs and Houston boosting their already talented WR corps, Indy will need to fortify their secondary. No pressure, @chad72 :)

As you say that, Chad is busy making the Pats better. That traitor! :(

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Chad72 got a job offer he could not resist and moved east to New England. It is the Colts new but experienced GM @danlhart87 who has the responsibility of bolstering their secondary. 

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Having lost Gronk and Chris Hogan, The New England Patriots select the perfect Swiss Army knife that will thrive in their offense:

 

Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

 

@NFLfan and The Vikings are on the clock

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Lol. There is no one I like much. I'll try to make my pick within 15 min. 

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With the 57th pick of the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft 2, the Minnesota Vikings select 

 

Erik McCoy, C, Texas A&M

 

Vikings need to further strengthen their interior OL. They select the BPA at a position of need. McCoy and Pat Elflein will battle for Center. :)

 

@RNGDShobby You're on the clock

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With the 58th pick of the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft v2.0, the Atlanta Falcons select, Tytus Howard, OT, Alabam State.

 

@danlhart87 and our Indianapolis Colts are on the clock as at 2.19pm EST

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6 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

With the 57th pick of the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft 2, the Minnesota Vikings select 

 

Erik McCoy, C, Texas A&M

 

Vikings need to further strengthen their interior OL. They select the BPA at a position of need. McCoy and Pat Elflein will battle for Center. :)

 

@RNGDShobby You're on the clock

Nice pick for the Vikings.....

 

I was highly tempted to grab him at #53 for the Eagles to go with the Andre Dillard selection in round 1. But I saw that they'd extended Jason Kelce out thru 2021.

 

 

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Round 2:

 

1.      Arizona (3-13) .527 - @That Guy - D K Metcalf, WR, Mississippi

2.      Indianapolis - from New York Jets (4-12) .506 - @danlhart87 - Charles Omenihu, DE, Texas

3.      Oakland (4-12) .547 - @Jared Cisneros - DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia

4.      Denver from Indianapolis- from San Francisco (4-12) .504 @RNGDShobby - Garrett Bradbury, C, North Carolina State

5.      Carolina from New York Giants (5-11) .527 - @Matthew Gilbert - Greg Little, OT, Miss. State

6.      Jacksonville (5-11) .549 - @Finball - Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma

7.      Tampa Bay (5-11) .523 - @John Hammonds - Rock-Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

8.      Buffalo (6-10) .523 - @twfish - J J Arcega Whiteside, WR, Stanford

9.      Indianapolis from Denver (6-10) .523 - @danlhart87  - Darnell Savage, S, Maryland

10.  Cincinnati (6-10) .535 - @MPStack - Irv. Smith, TE, Alabama

11.  Minnesota from Detroit (6-10) .504 - @NFLfan -- Chris Lindstrom, Int OL, Boston College

12.  Green Bay (6-9-1) .488 - @chad72 -- Caleb McGary, OT, Washington

13.  Dallas from Atlanta (7-9) @csmopar -- Taylor Rapp, S, 

14.  Washington (7-9) .486 - @Zoltan -- Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

15.  New York Giants from Carolina (7-9) .508 - @Matthew Gilbert -- Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

16.  Miami (7-9) .469 - @John Hammonds -- Joe Jackson, DE, Miami

17.  Cleveland (7-8-1) .516 @stitches - Chauncey Gardner Johnson, S, Florida

18.  Detroit from Minnesota (8-7-1) .504 -  @PureLuck -- Justin Layne, CB

19.  Tennessee (9-7) .520 - @Clem-Dog -- Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama

20.  Pittsburgh (9-6-1) .50 - @danlhart87 -- Amani Hooker, S, Iowa

21.  Jacksonville from Philadelphia - from Baltimore* (10-6) .496 - @finball -- Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State

22.  Houston - from Seattle* (10-6) .484 - @PureLuck - N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

23.  Houston* (11-5) .471 - @PureLuck - Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia

24.  New England - from Chicago* (12-4) .430 - Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

25.  Minnesota- from Philadelphia* (9-7) .518 - @NFLfan - Eric McCoy, C, Texas A & M

26.  Atlanta from Dallas -- @RNGDShobby - Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State

27.  Indianapolis* (10-6) .465 - @danlhart87

28.  Los Angeles Chargers* (12-4) .477 - @Buck Showalter

29.  Kansas City* (12-4) .480 - @Finball

30.  New Orleans* (13-3) .482 - @Jared Cisneros 

31.  Kansas City - from Los Angeles Rams* (13-3) .480 - @Finball

32.  New England* (11-5) .482 - @chad72

 

TRADES SO FAR:

 

·  The Packers give up pick No.12 and pick No.75 (3rd rounder) to move up to No.8 with the Detroit Lions. 

·   Vikings receive #25 and #57. Eagles move up to #18.

·    Indianapolis #26 for San Fran's #36 and #67

·    Indianapolis #36 for Denver's #41 and #125

·    NYG #37 for Carolina Panthers' #47 and #100

·    Lions #43 and #88 for Vikings' #50, #81 and #120

•   Dallas get pick 45;

Falcons get pick 58 and pick 90.

•   # 69 and 109 to Philly for # 53 to Jax.

 

 

Baltimore -> Philadelphia: Lamar Jackson

·  Chicago -> New England: Anthony Miller

·  LA Rams -> Kansas City: Marcus Peters

·  NY Jets -> Indianapolis: 2018 Picks

·  Seattle -> Houston: Duane Brown

 

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I am reposting this so that it is at the top of the page.

 

LIST OF AVAILABLE PROSPECTS:

(as of 4/13/19, 2:45PM EST)

 
41. MILES SANDERS–RB–PENN STATE
42. L.J. COLLIER–DE/OB–TCU
49. TRAYVON MULLEN–CB–CLEMSON
51. DAVID MONTGOMERY–RB–IOWA ST.
52. DEIONTE THOMPSON–S–ALABAMA

 

6.0 = Mid to Late 2nd Round Value (29)

57. DRE’MONT JONES–DT–OHIO ST.
58. AMANI ORUWARIYE–CB–PENN ST.
60. LONNIE JOHNSON JR.–CB–KENTUCKY
61. PARRIS CAMPBELL–WR–OHIO ST.
63. KENDALL SHEFFIELD–CB–OHIO ST.
64. TRYSTEN HILL–DT–CENTRAL FLORIDA

 

————————-END OF SECOND ROUND NUMBER PICKS——————————-

 

65. JOEJUAN WILLIAMS–CB–VANDERBILT
66. MICHAEL JORDAN–C/OG–OHIO ST.
67. KELVIN HARMON–WR–NORTH CAROLINA STATE

69. OSHANE XIMINES–DE–OLD DOMINION
70. DAMIEN HARRIS–RB–ALABAMA
71. DEVIN SINGLETARY–RB–FLORIDA ATLANTIC
72. BRYCE LOVE–RB–STANFORD
73. ELGTON JENKINS–OG/C–MISSISSIPPI STATE
74. CONNOR MCGOVERN–OG/C–PENN STATE
75. TRE LAMAR–LB–CLEMSON
76. JOSIAH TAUAEFA–LB–TEXAS SAN ANTONIO
77. RYAN FINLEY–QB–NORTH CAROLINA STATE
79. ZACH ALLEN–DE–BOSTON COLLEGE
81. D’ANDRE WALKER–OLB–GEORGIA
82. JULIAN LOVE–CB–NOTRE DAME

 

=========END OF SECOND ROUND GRADE VALUE============= 

 

5.9-5.5 = Has a chance to make and contribute
5.9 = 3rd Round Value (66)

83. ISAAC NAUTA–TE–GEORGIA
84. JACE STERNBERGER–TE–TEXAS A&M
85. GERALD WILLIS III–DT–MIAMI
86. JARETT STIDHAM–QB–AUBURN
87. DAVID EDWARDS–OT–WISCONSIN
88. YODNY CAJUSTE–OT–WEST VIRGINIA
89. CHASE WINOVICH–DE–MICHIGAN
90. LUKAS DENIS–S–BOSTON COLLEGE
91. GERMAINE PRATT–OLB–NC STATE
92. DAWSON KNOX–TE–OLE MISS
93. DARRELL HENDERSON–RB–MEMPHIS
94. SHAREEF MILLER–DE–PENN ST.

 

————————END OF THIRD ROUND NUMBER PICKS——————————–

 

95. VOSEAN JOSEPH–OLB–FLORIDA
97. PENNY HART–SLWR–GEORGIA ST.
98. WILL GRIER–QB–WEST VIRGINIA
99. ISIAH BUGGS–DE–ALABAMA
100. TERRY MCLAURIN–WR–OHIO ST.
101. SEAN BUNTING–CB–CENTRAL MICHIGAN
102. BOBBY EVANS–OT–OKLAHOMA
103. MIKE EDWARDS–S–KENTUCKY
104. TE’VON CONEY–IB–NOTRE DAME
105. JOSH OLIVER–TE–SAN JOSE ST.
106. EMMANUEL HALL–WR–MISSOURI
107. JAMAL PETERS–CB–MISSISSIPPI STATE
108. DAVID LONG–CB–MICHIGAN
109. MAXX CROSBY–DE–EASTERN MICHIGAN
110. ISIAH PRINCE–OT–OHIO ST.
111. DRU TRANQUILL–OLB–NOTRE DAME
112. TYREL DODSON–OLB–TEXAS A&M
113. KAHALE WARRING–TE–SAN DIEGO ST.
114. MAX SCHARPING–OT–NORTHERN ILLINOIS
115. DERWIN GRAY–OT–MARYLAND
116. KHALEN SAUNDERS–DT–WESTERN ILLINOIS
117. SIONE TAKIAKI–OLB–BYU
118. AUSTIN BRYANT–DE–CLEMSON
119. KEELAN DOSS–WR–CAL DAVIS
120. CHRISTIAN MILLER–OLB–ALABAMA
121. MARVELL TELL III–S–USC
122. GARY JOHNSON–ILB–TEXAS
123. RENELL WREN–DT–ARIZONA ST.
124. DREW SAMPLE–TE–WASHINGTON

 

—————–END FOURTH ROUND NUMBER PICKS—————-

 

125. TOMMY SWEENEY–TE–BOSTON COLLEGE
126. ANTHONY JOHNSON–WR–BUFFALO
127. BEAU BENZSCHAWEL–OG–WISCONSIN
128. SAIVION SMITH–CB–ALABAMA
129. CARL GRANDERSON–DE WYOMING
130. BEN POWERS–OG–OKLAHOMA
131. RODNEY ANDERSON–RB–OKLAHOMA
132. JALEN HURD–WR–BAYLOR
133. HAMP CHEEVERS–CB–BOSTON COLLEGE
134. DRU SAMIA–OG–OKLAHOMA
135. ANDY ISABELLA–WR–UMASS
136. NATE DAVIS–OG–CHARLOTTE
137. KRIS BOYD–CB–TEXAS
138. WILL HARRIS–S–BOSTON COLLEGE
139. TERRY BECKNER JR.–DT–MISSOURI
140. CALEB WILSON–TE–UCLA
141. TERRY GODWIN–WR–GEORGIA
142. MICHAEL DEITER–C–WISCONSIN
143. MIKE WEBER–RB–OHIO ST.
144. DEMARCUS CHRISTMAS–DT–FLORIDA ST.
145. KADEN SMITH–TE–STANFORD
146. BENNY SNELL–RB–KENTUCKY
147. JAQUAN JOHNSON–FS–MIAMI
148. MIKE BELL–FS–FRESNO ST.

============END OF THIRD ROUND GRADE VALUE============= 

 

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27 minutes ago, RNGDShobby said:

With the 58th pick of the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft v2.0, the Atlanta Falcons select, Tytus Howard, OT, Alabam State.

 

@danlhart87 and our Indianapolis Colts are on the clock as at 2.19pm EST

 

Man, safeties, OL and WRs - Round 2 is the sweet spot, based on this mock. 

 

If you are in the market for at least 2 of the above, this would be the round to get quality ones, IMO. 

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I'm expecting Ebron and Doyle not to be re-signed next year so with that in mind Colts select TE Jace Sternberger.

 

please tag next person I'm working.

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15 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

@csmopar @chad72

 

Are we taking a break after round 2 or going straight into the 3rd round?

I'm good either way... you folks are doing all the work.... 2 hour break maybe? :dunno:

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1 minute ago, pacolts56 said:

I'm good either way... you folks are doing all the work.... 2 hour break maybe? :dunno:

 

Thanks.

 

Are you having fun yet? 

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It's a heck of a lot more fun than that Bosa conflagration I started. :facepalm:

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