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8 minutes ago, Jeremy Waldon said:

13 Javon Kinlaw, IDL

34 Jacob Eason, QB

44 Neville Gallimore, IDL

75 Tyler Johnson, WR

112 Cole Van Lanen, OT

142 John Simpson, IOL

173 Denzel Mims, WR

188 A.J. Dillon, RB

204 Jonathan Garvin, EDGE

 

Thoughts ?

Looks solid. Don't know who Van Lanen and Simpson are, but I like the rest. Good job. :thmup:

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1 hour ago, funktacious2 said:

I'm guessing Johnson is gone by our 3rd. Not thinking Gallimore would be at 44 either, but people do fall!

I’m with funk on this... but weirder things have happened. This would be win win in my book

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1 hour ago, MikeCurtis said:

I REALLY like this one

 

Two talented interior DL would make the whole defense MUCH better

 

 

What would make it better is if Brown fell and we took him instead of Kinlaw. I’d rather us get a OT with the 3rd round spot over the WR but... trenches. 

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28 minutes ago, CantBeStopped said:

Aren't you getting the same player in kinlaw and gallimore?

 

Not even close. Kinlaw is a stud, future Pro Bowl type dude. I'm not high on Gallimore at all, I think it will end up being like Jachai Polite from last year. People will start to see how fraudulent he is once AA games and combines are over. 

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11 minutes ago, SouthernIndianaNDFan said:

 

Not even close. Kinlaw is a stud, future Pro Bowl type dude. I'm not high on Gallimore at all, I think it will end up being like Jachai Polite from last year. People will start to see how fraudulent he is once AA games and combines are over. 

I didn't mean talent wise. I mean theyre both 3 tech DTs

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I altered it thru the middle part, the second DT i picked was based off his scouting reports saying he would have been starting the whole time if not for the NFL starting DT playing infront of him

 

13 Javon Kinlaw, IDL

34 Jacob Eason, QB

44 Prince Tega Wanogho, OT

75 Gabriel Davis, WR

112 Albert Okwuegbunam, TE

142 Isaiah Hodgins, WR

173 Naquan Jones, IDL

188 Levonta Taylor, CB

204 A.J. Dillon, RB

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