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RD1:P#6 (Trade w/ Atlanta)

Derrick Brown DT3

RD2:P#34 

Josh Jones OT

RD2:P#44

Marlon Davidson EDGE

RD3:P#75

(Traded to Atlanta w/Q. Wilson CB)

RD4:P#112

Jordan Elliot DT3

RD4:(Comp)

Donavan People’s-Jones WR

RD5:P#160

Quintez Cepheus WR

RD6:P#193

Jeremy Chinn S

RD7:P#227

Carlos Davis DT3

 

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

 

FA: Constanzo OT

FA: Berry S

FA: Hooper TE

FA: Rivers QB

 

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I like most of the players. However, ATL picks 16, it’s CAR that picks at 6. Also, according to the value chart, picks 13 and 75 add up to 1365 points, while pick 6 is 1600 points. Wilson isn’t worth an extra 235 points of capital

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11 hours ago, WarGhost21 said:

I like most of the players. However, ATL picks 16, it’s CAR that picks at 6. Also, according to the value chart, picks 13 and 75 add up to 1365 points, while pick 6 is 1600 points. Wilson isn’t worth an extra 235 points of capital

Looking at the wrong information... it would be for pick 7 or 8... sorry

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I like it but you'll no doubt get a lot who don't.  Most would say that if you are trading up it needs to be for a QB.  I would argue that if the guy you like is there and you can get him, do it regardless of position.  Brown could impact the defense much like Nelson did the offense.

 

Be prepared for some blowback.

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