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With the 75th pick in the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft, the Detroit Lions select:

 

Elgton Jenkins, IOL, Mississippi State

 

@Zoltan and the Washington Redskins are on the clock until 5:24 pm.

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Round 1 and Round 2 results are here:

 

 

 

ROUND 3

3- 1- 65 Arizona Cardinals - @That Guy - Trysten Hill DT UCF

3- 2- 66 Pittsburgh Steelers from Oakland Raiders - @danlhart87 - Kelvin Harmon, WR, North Carolina State

3- 3- 67 Indianapolis Colts from 49ers - @danlhart87 - Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky

3- 4- 68 New York Jets - @CR91 - Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State

3- 5- 69 Eagles from Jacksonville Jaguars - @pacolts56 - Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State

3- 6- 70 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - @John Hammonds - Vosean Joseph, OLB, Florida

3- 7- Choice Forfeited by New York Giants

3- 8- 71 Denver Broncos - @RNGDShobby - Dre'Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State

3- 9- 72 Cincinnati Bengals - @MPStack - Michael Jordan, OG, Ohio State

3-10- 73 New England Patriots from Detroit Lions - @chad72 - Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State

3-11- 74 Buffalo Bills - @twfish - David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State

3-12- 75 Detroit Lions- from Green Bay Packers - @PureLuck - Elgton Jenkins, OG/C, Miss. State

3-13- 76 Washington Redskins - @Zoltan

3-14- 77 Carolina Panthers - @Matthew Gilbert

3-15- 78 Miami Dolphins - @John Hammonds

3-16- 79 Atlanta Falcons - @RNGDShobby

3-17- 80 Cleveland Browns - @stitches

3-18- 81 Lions- Minnesota Vikings - @PureLuck

3-19- 82 Tennessee Titans - @Clem-Dog

3-20- 83 Pittsburgh Steelers - @danlhart87

3-21- 84 Seattle Seahawks - @Four2itus

3-22- 85 Baltimore Ravens - @pacolts56

3-23- 86 Houston Texans - @PureLuck

3-24- 87 Chicago Bears - @csmopar

3-25- 88 Vikings- Detroit Lions from Philadelphia Eagles - @NFLfan

3-26- 89 Indianapolis Colts - @danlhart87

3-27- 90 Falcons from Dallas Cowboys - @RNGDShobby

3-28- 91 Los Angeles Chargers - @Buck Showalter

3-29- 92 Kansas City Chiefs - @Finball

3-30- 93 New York Jets from New Orleans Saints - @CR91

3-31- 94 Los Angeles Rams - @Four2itus

3-32- 95 New York Giants from New England Patriots via Cleveland Browns - @Matthew Gilbert

3-32- 96 Washington Redskins (Compensatory Selection) - @Zoltan

3-33- 97 New England Patriots (Compensatory Selection) - @chad72

3-34- 98 Jacksonville from Los Angeles Rams (Compensatory Selection) - @Finball

3-35- 99 Los Angeles Rams (Compensatory Selection) - @Four2itus

3-36-100 Ny Giants- Carolina Panthers (Compensatory Selection) - @Matthew Gilbert

3-37-101 New England Patriots (Compensatory Selection)  - @chad72

3-38-102 Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory Selection) - @pacolts56

 

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LIST OF AVAILABLE PROSPECTS:

(as of 4/14/19, 2:00 PM EST)

 
42. L.J. COLLIER–DE/OB–TCU
 

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


63. KENDALL SHEFFIELD–CB–OHIO ST.
 

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

 

65. JOEJUAN WILLIAMS–CB–VANDERBILT

69. OSHANE XIMINES–DE–OLD DOMINION
70. DAMIEN HARRIS–RB–ALABAMA
71. DEVIN SINGLETARY–RB–FLORIDA ATLANTIC
72. BRYCE LOVE–RB–STANFORD
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
85. GERALD WILLIS III–DT–MIAMI
86. JARETT STIDHAM–QB–AUBURN
87. DAVID EDWARDS–OT–WISCONSIN
88. YODNY CAJUSTE–OT–WEST VIRGINIA
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——————————–

 

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
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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Alright, pick prospects for Washington Redskins, thoughts???

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Alright then, with the 76th pick of the Gavin mock draft v 2.0, The Washington Redskins select:

 

L J Collier, DE/OLB, TCU

 

@Matthew Gilbert and The Panthers are on the clock till 8 pm ET

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20 minutes ago, RNGDShobby said:

@Zoltan has missed his pick... again.
Redskins listed need as edge...

Oshane Ximines?

@csmopar @chad72 @NFLfan

 

I wonder if he sent in his picks? The last time he missed it, he had sent in his pick.

 

Anyhow, Collier is a good pick for them. 

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2 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

I wonder if he sent in his picks? The last time he missed it, he had sent in his pick.

 

Anyhow, Collier is a good pick for them. 

 

No I don't see any PMs from him.

 

So far, A J Brown, Daniel Jones and L J Collier is a good haul, I would have to say. :) Just like the Bengals chose A J Green in round 1 and then Andy Dalton in Round 2, it should work for the Redskins, IMO.

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FYI: I went back and looked across the two drafts we’ve done, Zoltan has missed at least  3 times now, twice in a row. 

 

Therefore, under the 3 strikes rule, Zoltan forfeits control on ALL teams he was GM for. 

 

With no PM prior on the latest two he’s missed today, this is a sad but required action

4 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

I wonder if he sent in his picks? The last time he missed it, he had sent in his pick.

 

Anyhow, Collier is a good pick for them. 

He’d only sent for the 1, he’s missed several, including 3 of the last four(not counting the one i missed his pm on)

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Just now, csmopar said:

FYI: I went back and looked across the two drafts we’ve done, Zoltan has missed at least  3 times now, twice in a row. 

 

Therefore, under the 3 strikes rule, Zoltan forfeits control on ALL teams he was GM for. 

 

With no PM prior on the latest two he’s missed today, this is a sad but required action

 

Agree, I can take the Redskins moving forward unless someone else wants to.

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2 minutes ago, csmopar said:

Therefore, under the 3 strikes rule, Zoltan forfeits control on ALL teams he was GM for. 

I can take over for him if need be.

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1 minute ago, chad72 said:

 

Agree, I can take the Redskins moving forward unless someone else wants to.

That’s fine if not I was gonna suggest auto pick BPA

Just now, Matthew Gilbert said:

I can take over for him if need be.

That’s between you and chad72 then, just let me know 

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5 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

No I don't see any PMs from him.

 

So far, A J Brown, Daniel Jones and L J Collier is a good haul, I would have to say. :) Just like the Bengals chose A J Green in round 1 and then Andy Dalton in Round 2, it should work for the Redskins, IMO.

 

Was AJ Brown a consensus pick? I missed that one.

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1 minute ago, Matthew Gilbert said:

I can take over for him if need be.

 

Go for it, @Matthew Gilbert - you can have the Redskins. 

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Just now, NFLfan said:

 

Was AJ Brown a consensus pick? I missed that one.

 

No, he was there right on time for that one. But I do remember having to PM him to remind him to make his picks in the first draft in the nick of time. :) 

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I have a 3-hour presentation to give tomorrow from 9M to 12:30. I hope I don't miss my pick. I'll check before 9 to see where we are. My focus will have to be on this presentation. 

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2 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

No, he was there right on time for that one. But I do remember having to PM him to remind him to make his picks in the first draft in the nick of time. :) 

 

So that means he only missed one pick this time (this one) since he did PM his last pick and made his first pick.

 

As for the last mock draft, I cannot remember what he missed. 

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1 minute ago, NFLfan said:

I have a 3-hour presentation to give tomorrow from 9M to 12:30. I hope I don't miss my pick. I'll check before 9 to see where we are. My focus will have to be on this presentation. 

 

Life happens. 

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4 minutes ago, Matthew Gilbert said:

Are we going beyond four rounds this time?

 

Good question. If so, we can trade future picks. I think we should go beyond 4 rounds. Most of the participants have made their picks within an hour of being on the clock. 

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Just now, NFLfan said:

Good question. If so, we can trade future picks. I think we should. Most of the participants have made their picks within an hour of being on the clock. 

 

Let us not speak too early, let us wait till 4 rounds are complete. :) 

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1 minute ago, chad72 said:

 

Let us not speak too early, let us wait till 4 rounds are complete. :) 

 

Did you mean to quote Matthew? (Gilbert, that is)

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With the 79th pick in the 2019 Gain Mock Draft 2.0, the Atlanta Falcons select, Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio St.

@stitches and the Cleveland Browns are on the clock as at 6.31pm.

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28 minutes ago, Matthew Gilbert said:

Are we going beyond four rounds this time?

That’s the plan, keep going all the thru til draft night or until everyone has called it quits or we finish all 7 rounds. Whichever happens first

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6 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

@stitches had sent a list and his top player is still available.

 

Let us go ahead and make the pick from his list then.

 

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27 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

So that means he only missed one pick this time (this one) since he did PM his last pick and made his first pick.

 

As for the last mock draft, I cannot remember what he missed. 

Not counting that PM’d pick I’d missed 2 days ago. After that, he’s missed two more it appears, plus at least 1 in the first draft. 

 

If if he comes back on and commits to finishing this out, we’ll give the team back. 

1 minute ago, chad72 said:

 

Let us go ahead and make the pick from his list then.

 

Hold off, let’s give him more than 3 minutes...

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28 minutes ago, csmopar said:

Not counting that PM’d pick I’d missed 2 days ago. After that, he’s missed two more it appears, plus at least 1 in the first draft. 

 

So far the Redskins have had 3 picks in this mock draft. Zoltan made the first himself. He sent the 2nd one by PM. It seems it is just this 3rd one that he missed. 

 

Anyway, no worries. 

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With the 81st pick in the 2019 Gavin Mock Draft, the Detroit Lions select:

 

Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State.

 

@Clem-Dog and the Tennessee Titans are on the clock until 9:29pm.

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4 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

So far the Redskins have had 3 picks in this mock draft. Zoltan made the first himself. He sent the 2nd one by PM. It seems it is just this 3rd one that he missed. 

 

Anyway, no worries. 

We’ll deal when/if he comes back 

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After focussing on defense the Titans will look to shore up the offensive interior by selecting: 

 

CONNOR MCGOVERN–OG/C–PENN STATE

 

@danlhart87 you're on the clock until 9:54

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