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RD1: A.J. Epenesa DE Iowa

RD2: Ben Bredeson OG Michigan

RD2: Justin Jefferson WR LSU

RD3: Cam Akers RB FSU

RD4: Cole Kmet TE ND

(Comp Pick?) Devin Dunvernay WR UT

RD5: Jason Strowbridge DT UNC

RD6: Alohi Gilman S ND

RD7: Mustafa Johnson DT Colorado


*Playmakers and bulldozers...

Source: https://www.drafttek.com/m/2020-NFL-Mock-Draft-Round1.asp


Dependent on; 

1. Castonzo resigning.

2. FA: Starting DT...

 

 

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1 hour ago, FalseStart said:

RD1: A.J. Epenesa DE Iowa

RD2: Ben Bredeson OG Michigan

RD2: Justin Jefferson WR LSU

RD3: Cam Akers RB FSU

RD4: Cole Kmet TE ND

(Comp Pick?) Devin Dunvernay WR UT

RD5: Jason Strowbridge DT UNC

RD6: Alohi Gilman S ND

RD7: Mustafa Johnson DT Colorado


*Playmakers and bulldozers...

Source: https://www.drafttek.com/m/2020-NFL-Mock-Draft-Round1.asp


Dependent on; 

1. Castonzo resigning.

2. FA: Starting DT...

 

 

 

Don't like Epensea for the Colts scheme... Not enough athleticism(bend/twitch) to be a rush DE for the Colts. I think he would be great on the strong side (Sheard's side), which is predominantly where he played at at Iowa, but in the Colts situation, you don't draft that position in the top-15. I still believe he'll be better suited as a 5T in a 3 man front if he goes that early. 

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1 hour ago, BProland85 said:

Not at all a fan of the first 2 picks. Bredeson is a big reach at the 34th overall pick, and Epenesa doesn't exactly fit this 4-3 defense as well as a Javon Kinlaw or Derrick Brown would. 


17:30-20:40 time frame in video... just stacking our depth like he mentions in the video. Houston’s only here for another year (Epenesa) Glow (Bredeson) Hilton (Jefferson) Mack (Akers) Doyle (Kmet) Rogers/Pascal (Dunvernay) etc...(Would love Brown...just don’t think he’ll be there)

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