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2020 NFL Draft

Only did a couple trades at the top of the 1st round, then a couple Colts trades. Got a little lazy after 2nd Colts 6th round pick.

*Trades:

 

1.

Detroit trades:#3

Miami trades:#5,#39

 

2.

NYG trades #4

Jacksonville trades:#9,#42

 

3.

Minnesota trades:#22

Indianapolis trades:#44,#75

 

4.

Indianapolis trades:#34

LA Chargers trades:#37,#112

Round 1

 

1. Cincinnati - Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

2. Washington - Chase Young, Edge, OSU

3. *Miami f/DET - Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

4. *Jacksonville f/NYG - Justin

Herbert, QB, Oregon

5. *Detroit f/MIA - Jeffrey Okudah, CB, OSU

6. LA Chargers -

Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

7. Carolina - Derrick Brown, DL, Auburn

8. Arizona - Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

9. *NY Giants f/JAC - Jedrick Willis, OT, Alabama

10. Cleveland - Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

11. NY Jets - Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

12. Las Vegas - CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

13. San Francisco f/IND - Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

14. Tampa Bay - Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

15. Denver - Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

16. Atlanta - Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

17. Dallas - K'Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU

18. Miami f/PIT - Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

19. Las Vegas f/CHI - CJ Henderson, CB, Florida

20. Jacksonville f/LAR - Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

21. Philadelphia - Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

22. *Indianapolis f/MIN via BUF- Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

23. New England -  A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa

24. New Orleans - Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

25. Minnesota - Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State

26. Miami f/HOU - Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

27. Seattle - Josh Jones, OT, Houston

28. Baltimore - Antoine Winfield Jr, S, Minnesota

29. Tennessee - Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama

30. Green Bay - Grant Delpit, S, LSU

31. San Francisco - Jalon Reager, WR, TCU

32. Kansas City - D'Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

 

Round 2

 

33. Cincinnati -Solomon Kindley, G, Georgia

34. *LA Chargers f/IND via WAS - Austin Jackson, OT, USC

35. Detroit - Rashard Lawrence, DL, LSU

36. NY Giants - Terrell Lewis, Edge, Alabama

37. *Indianapolis f/LAC - Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

38. Carolina - Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

39. *Detroit f/MIA - JK Dobbins, RB, OSU

40. Houston f/ARI - Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

41. Cleveland - Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma

42.* NY Giants f/JAC - Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir Rhyne

43. Chicago f/LV - Laviska Shenault Jr, WR, Colorado

44. *Minnesota f/IND - Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

45. Tampa Bay - Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia

46. Denver - Cesar Ruiz, OL, Michigan

47. Atlanta - Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU

48. NY Jets - Prince Tego Wanogho, OT, Auburn

49. Pittsburgh

Curtis Weaver, Edge, Boise State

50. Chicago -

Astyn Davis, S, Cal

51. Dallas - Damon Arnette, CB, OSU

52. LA Rams - Cam Akers, RB, FSU

53. Philadelphia - Brandon Aiyuk, WR, ASU

54. Buffalo - Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

55. Baltimore f/NE via ATL -Lloyd Cushenberry III, OL, LSU

56. Miami f/NO - Justin Madubuike, DL, Texas A&M

57. Houston - Zach Baun, Edge, Wisconsin

58. Minnesota - Noah Igbenoghene, CB, Auburn

59. Seattle - Marlon Davidson, DL, Auburn

60. Baltimore - Julian Okwara, Edge, Notre Dame

61. Tennessee - Trey Adams, OT, Washington

62. Green Bay - Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington

63. Kansas City f/SF - Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia

64. Seattle f/KC - Jonathan Greenard, Edge, Florida

 

Round 3

 

65. Cincinnati - Malik Harrison, LB, OSU

66. Washington - Lucas Niang, OT, TCU

67. Detroit -

KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State

68. NY Jets f/NYG - Bradley Anae, Edge, Utah

69. Carolina - Logan Stenberg, OL, Kentucky

70. Miami - Ben Bartch, OT, St John's

71. LA Chargers - Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

72. Arizona -

Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU

73. Jacksonville - Josh Uche, Edge, Michigan

74. Cleveland -

Bryan Edwards, WR, Soith Carolina

75. *Minnesota f/IND - Jeremy Chinn, S, S. Illinois

76. Tampa Bay - Zach Moss, RB, Utah

77. Denver - James Lynch, DL, Baylor

78. Atlanta - Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State

79. NY Jets - Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech

80. Las Vegas - Jonah Jackson, OL, OSU

81. Las Vegas f/CHI - Jordan Elliott, DT, Missouri

82. Dallas - Tyler Biadasz, OL, Wisconsin

83. Denver f/PIT - AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson

84. LA Rams - Chase Claypool, TE, Notre Dame

85. Detroit f/PHI - Shane Lemieux, OL, Oregan

86. Buffalo - Jaylen Johnson, CB, Utah

87. New England - Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

88. New Orleans - Damien Lewis, OL,

LSU

89. Minnesota - Hakeem Adeniji, OT, Kansas

90. Houston - Troy Dye, LB, Oregon

91. Las Vegas f/SEA via HOU - Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB, App St

92. Baltimore - Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech

93. Tennessee - Antonio Gibson, RB, Memphis

94. Green Bay - Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan

95. Denver f/SF - Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri

96. Kansas City - Ben Bredeson, OL, Michigan

97. Cleveland f/HOU* - Brandon Jones, S, Texas

98. New England* - Brycen Hopkens, TE, Purdue

99. NY Giants* - KJ Hill, WR, OSU

100. New England* - Anfernee Jennings, Edge, Alabama

101. Seattle* - Quintez Cephus, WR, Wisconsin

102. Pittsburgh* - Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

103. Philadelphia* - Jabari Zuniga, Edge, Florida

104. LA Rams* - Yasir Durant, OT, Missouri

105. Minnesota* - Cameron Dantzler, CB, Miss St.

106. Baltimore* - John Hightower, WR, Boise State

 

Round 4

 

107. Cincinnati - Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton

108. Washington - Van Jefferson, WR, Florida

109. Detroit - Willie Gay Jr, LB, Miss St.

110. NY Giants - Nick Harris, OL, Washington

111. Houston f/MIA - Jason Stowbridge, DL, UNC

112. *Indianapolis f/LAC - Thaddeus Moss, TE, LSU

113. Carolina - Darrell Taylor, Edge, Tennessee

114. Arizona - Matt Hennessey, OL, Temple

115. Cleveland - Chris Orr, LB, Wisconsin

116. Jacksonville - Robert Hunt, OT, Lafeyette

117. Tampa Bay - Anthony Gordon, QB, Wash St

118. Denver - Khaleke Hudson, S, Michigan

119. Atlanta - Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona St

120. NY Jets - AJ Dillon, RB, Boston College

121. Las Vegas - Calvin Throckmorton, OL, Oregon

122. Indianapolis - Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty

123. Dallas - Lynn Bowden Jr, WR, Kentucky

124. Pittsburgh - Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota

125. New England f/CHI - Tony Pride Jr, CB, Notre Dame

126. LA Rams - Khalid Kareem, Edge, Notre Dame

127. Philadelphia - Leki Fotu, DT, Utah

128. Buffalo - Netane Muti, OL, Fresno St

129. Baltimore f/NE - Collin Johnson, WR, Texas

130. New Orleans - Terrell Burgess, S, Utah

131. Arizona f/HOU - Harrison Bryant, TE, FAU

132. Minnesota - John Simpson, OL, Clemson

133. Seattle -

Shyheim Carter, DB, Alabama

134. Baltimore - Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA

135. Pittsburgh f/TEN via MIA - Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa

136. Green Bay - Darryl Williams, OT, Miss St

137. Jacksonville f/SF via DEN - Lamichal Levine, RB, Florida

138. Kansas City - Gabriel Davis, WR, UCF

139. Tampa Bay* - K'Von Wallace, S, Clemson

140. Jacksonville f/CHI* - Larrell Murchinson, DT, NC State

141. Miami* - Alex Highsmith, Edge, Charlotte

142. Washington* - Colby Parkinson, TE, Stanford

143. Atlanta f/BAL* - Kenny Willekes, Edge, Mich S

144. Seattle* - Darrynton Evans, RB, App State

145. Philadelphia* - JR Reed, S, Georgia

146. Philadelphia* - Scott Frantz, OT, Kansas St

 

Round 5

 

147. Cincinnati -

Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas

148. Carolina f/WAS - Jordan Mack, LB, Virginia

149. Detroit - Davon Hamilton, DT, OSU

150. NY Giants - Steven Sullivan, TE, LSU

151. LA Chargers - Jacob Phillips, LB, LSU

152. Carolina - Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA

153. Miami - KeShawn Vaughn, RB, Vanderbilt

154. Miami f/JAC via PIT - Shaquille Quarter, LB, Miami

155. Minnesota f/CLE via BUF - Jacob Breeland, TE, Oregon

156. San Francisco f/DEN - Dane Jackson, CB, Pittsburgh

157. Jacksonville f/ATL via BAL - Charlie Heck, OT, North Carolina

158. NY Jets - Michael Divinity Jr, LB, LSU

159. Las Vegas - Lavert Hill, CB, Michigan

160. Indianapolis - McTelvin Agim, DL, Arkansas

161. Tampa Bay - Reggie Robinson II, CB, Tulsa

162. Washington f/PIT via SEA - James Proche, WR, SMU

163. Chicago -

Francis Bernard, LB, Utah

164. Dallas - Julian Blackman, S, Utah

165. Jacksonville f/LAR - AJ Green, CB, Oklahoma St

166. Detroit f/PHI - Jon Runyan, OT, Michigan

167. Buffalo - Mykal Walker, LB, Fresno St

168. Philadelphia f/NE - Saahdiq Charles, OT, LSU

169. New Orleans - James Morgan FIU

170. Baltimore f/MIN - Trevon Hill, Edge, Miami

171. Houston - Carlos Davis, DL, Nebraska

172. New England f/SEA via DET - DeeJay Dallas, RB, Miami

173. Miami f/BAL via LAR - Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee

174. Tennessee - Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati

175. Green Bay - Darius Anderson, RB, TCU

176. San Francisco - Malcolm Roach, DL, Texas

177. Kansas City - Matt Pearl, OT, Connecticut

178. Denver* - Joe Bachie, LB, Mich St

179. Dallas* - Benny LeMay, RB,

Charlotte

 

Round 6

 

180. Cincinnati - JaMycal Hasty, RB, Baylor

181. Denver f/WAS - Terence Steele, OT, Texas Tech

182. Detroit - Devin Asiasi, TE, UCLA

183. NY Giants - Michael Onwenu, OL, Michigan

184. Carolina - Quartney Davis, WR, Texas Tech

185. Miami - Khalil Davis, DT, Nebraska

186. LA Chargers - Joe Reed, WR, Virginia

187. Cleveland f/ARI - Jalen Elliott, S, Notre Dame

188. Buffalo f/CLE - Tyler Huntley, QB, Utah

189. Jacksonville - Keandre Jones, LB, Maryland

190. Philadelphia f/ATL - Anthony McFarland Jr, RB, Maryland

191. NY Jets - RaeQuan Williams, DL, Mich St

192. Green Bay f/LV - Nate Stanley, QB, Iowa

193. Indianapolis - Alex Taylor, OT, South Carolina State

194. Tampa Bay - Jake Hansen, OL, Oregon

195. New England f/DEN - Evan Weaver, LB, California

196. Chicago - Benito Jones, DL, Mississippi

197. Indianapolis f/DAL via MIA - Carter Coughlin, Edge, Minnesota

198. Pittsburgh - Logan Wilson, LB, Montana

199. LA Rams - Geno Stone, S, Iowa

200. Chicago f/PHI - Jack Driskell, OT, Auburn

201. Minnesota f/BUF - Isaiah Hodgins, WR,

202. Arizona f/NE - Simon Stepaniak, OL,

203. New Orleans - Tyre Phillips, OL,

204. New England f/HOU - Lamar Jackson, CB,

205. Minnesota - Steven Montez, QB

206. Jacksonville f/SEA - DJ Monnum, Edge

207. Buffalo f/BAL via NE - Markus Bailey, LB

208. Green Bay f/TEN - Brian Lewerke, QB, Mich St

209. Green Bay - Josh Metellus, S, Michigan

210. San Francisco - Daniel Thomas, S,

211. NY Jets f/KC - Stanford Samuels, CB,

212. New England* - Broderick Washington, DL,

213. New England* - Charlie Taumoepeau, TE

214. Seattle* - Sean McKeon, TE,

 

Round 7

 

215. Cincinnati - Coltan McKivitz, OT

216. Washington - John Reid, CB

217. San Francisco f/DET - Jaylinn Hawkins, S

218. NY Giants - Robert Windsor, DL,

219. Minnesota f/MIA - Kyle Murphy, OL

220. LA Chargers - Benjamin Victor, WR,

221. Carolina - Myles Bryant, S,

222. Arizona - Dalton King, TE

223. Jacksonville - Cameron Brown, LB

224. Tennessee f/CLE - Cole McDonald, QB

225. Baltimore f/NYJ - Tanner Muse, S,

226. Chicago f/LV - Neville Clark, S

227. Miami f/IND - Cale Garrett, LB

228. Atlanta f/TB via PHI - Ladarius Hamilton, WR,

229. Washington f/DEN - Michael Warren RB, Cincinnati

230. New England f/ATL - Nick Coe, LB, Auburn

231. Dallas - Javarus Davis, CB,

232. Pittsburgh - Brian Cole, CB,

233. Chicago - Cameron Clarke, OT,

234. LA Rams - Trajan Bandy, CB,

235. Detroit f/PHI via NE - Thakarius Keyes, CB,

236. Green Bay f/BUF via CLE - De'Jon Harris, LB,

237. Denver f/NE - Derrian Daniels, DL

238. NY Giants f/NO - Jared Pinkney, TE

239. Buffalo f/MIN - Azur Kamara, LB

240. Houston - James Smith-Williams, Edge,

241. New England f/SEA - CJ O'Grady, TE,

242. Green Bay f/BAL - Daniel Butili, LB,

243. Tennessee - Dante Olsen, LB,

244. Cleveland f/GB - Derrek Tuszka, Edge,

245. San Francisco - Tipa Galeai, Edge,

246. Miami f/KC - Chauncey Rivers, Edge,

247. NY Giants* -  Scotty Phillips, RB,

248. Houston* - JJ Taylor, RB, Arizona St

249. Minnesota* - Lavante Bellamy, RB

250. Houston* - Charlie Woerner, TE,

251. Miami* - Dom Wood-Anderson, TE,

252. Denver* - Salvon Ahmed, RB,

253. Minnesota* - Rodney Clemons, S,

254. Denver* - Grayland Arnold, S,

255. NY Giants* - Stanley Thomas-Oliver, CB

 

 

 

Thoughts?

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God bless you man. Must have took forever to do.

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So the Colts net

Jordan love

Justin Jefferson

Thaddeus Moss

Antonio Gandy-Golden

 McTelvin Agim

Alex Taylor

Carter Coughlin

 

Count me all in on that one. While i have my reservations about Jefferson I love the Gandy-Golden pick. 

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1 hour ago, twfish said:

So the Colts net

Jordan love

Justin Jefferson

Thaddeus Moss

Antonio Gandy-Golden

 McTelvin Agim

Alex Taylor

Carter Coughlin

 

Count me all in on that one. While i have my reservations about Jefferson I love the Gandy-Golden pick. 


You have concerns about a Jefferson?

 

May I ask you to share your concerns?  I confess I’m a little surprised....

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7 hours ago, CR91 said:

God bless you man. Must have took forever to do.

Appreciate it. Wasn't as long as I was anticipating once I got in the flow. Was bored chillin yesterday decided to start it and see where it went. I did get a little lazy after Colts (2nd) 6th round pick. 

 

 

What's your thoughts on the trades? I anticipate someone will trade in front of Miami if they dont trade up. Then in this instance Jacksonville is looking at LAC sitting there at #6 waiti

ng for a QB, so they trade up in front of them. SD moves on Love falls. Then we trade upnin front of NE and NO while keeping #34. Got to #34 and their were so many receiving options that it only made sense to move back a few spots and pick up a 4th.? 

 

Rolled with 2 key parts of the most prolific offense in College history.(Jefferson, Moss)

 

Then Gandy setting there with other 4th round pick was to inticing.

 

I like our final 3 picks as well.

Again

Taylor stood out because that's where Leonard went, so maybe they've been lookiny at him for a couple years?

 

Always like Coughlin.

7 hours ago, twfish said:

So the Colts net

Jordan love

Justin Jefferson

Thaddeus Moss

Antonio Gandy-Golden

 McTelvin Agim

Alex Taylor

Carter Coughlin

 

Count me all in on that one. While i have my reservations about Jefferson I love the Gandy-Golden pick. 

 

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My first thoughts were... less than thrilled.

 

But honestly, it's pretty great, especially as a scenario for if we did choose to go the route of moving up for Love. In that scenario it probably would be ideal to move back from 34 and get more picks like you did. We did lose out on any comfortable OL depth, though, and that's kind of scary. We need it. I wouldn't bet money on us moving up for Love, but part of me definitely still thinks it could be a reality if he falls past a certain point. Pick 22 seems like that kind of point. It makes sense to move ahead of New England and New Orleans. Really if the team still believes Love could be the future then we could probably live even if you don't trade the 34th. Just trade for Love use 34 on WR, and 122 on a TE. That said. If Love were our future, you'd think we'd have stayed where we were. It'd be a crazy, bold, aggressive, historic draft if our GM traded for an all-pro, signed a top quarterback, solving our biggest need in the second, AND got our QB of the future. One can dream. But the safer and more realist route would be that we stay at our picks and get the best out of them. 

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It’ll be interesting come draft time.  I view Justin Jefferson as in contention for WR2 - gone by 22 or 23 at the latest.  And Mims, I see him as being gone by the mid-20s, with a possibility of someone pulling the trigger in the teens.  But I hope you’re right - drafts like this give me hope that Mims could conceivably fall to us at 35 (my fondest hope).

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7 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:


You have concerns about a Jefferson?

 

May I ask you to share your concerns?  I confess I’m a little surprised....

He played nearly exclusively out of the slot last year which that and having Burrow at QB is why he was so successful. I do have a full on write up on him i did back in February if you care enough to take a look. Granted A.J Brown was mostly in the slot at Ole Miss but he had flashed on the boundary enough to make me comfortable thinking he could do it in the pro's, but I did not see that in the film with Jefferson. He has incredible hands but we need a true X receiver and with the likes of Higgins and Mims still on the board i would 10/10 have them over Jefferson.

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2 hours ago, funktacious2 said:

My first thoughts were... less than thrilled.

 

But honestly, it's pretty great, especially as a scenario for if we did choose to go the route of moving up for Love. In that scenario it probably would be ideal to move back from 34 and get more picks like you did. We did lose out on any comfortable OL depth, though, and that's kind of scary. We need it. I wouldn't bet money on us moving up for Love, but part of me definitely still thinks it could be a reality if he falls past a certain point. Pick 22 seems like that kind of point. It makes sense to move ahead of New England and New Orleans. Really if the team still believes Love could be the future then we could probably live even if you don't trade the 34th. Just trade for Love use 34 on WR, and 122 on a TE. That said. If Love were our future, you'd think we'd have stayed where we were. It'd be a crazy, bold, aggressive, historic draft if our GM traded for an all-pro, signed a top quarterback, solving our biggest need in the second, AND got our QB of the future. One can dream. But the safer and more realist route would be that we stay at our picks and get the best out of them. 

Thanks for your thoughts. 

 

Personally I'm not too sold on Love myself. Just kinda through something out there. As if he was setting there, and we were interested, a spot that made sense. Plus on top of that, if we were planning on taking a qb that early, it makes sense to get that 5th year option.

 

Who knows? Good news is we're only a couple weeks + out now.

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51 minutes ago, twfish said:

He played nearly exclusively out of the slot last year which that and having Burrow at QB is why he was so successful. I do have a full on write up on him i did back in February if you care enough to take a look. Granted A.J Brown was mostly in the slot at Ole Miss but he had flashed on the boundary enough to make me comfortable thinking he could do it in the pro's, but I did not see that in the film with Jefferson. He has incredible hands but we need a true X receiver and with the likes of Higgins and Mims still on the board i would 10/10 have them over Jefferson.

They definitely could of been had in this mock. Like I said, there was too may receiving options setting there, had to move back a few spots get an extra pick.

51 minutes ago, twfish said:

He played nearly exclusively out of the slot last year which that and having Burrow at QB is why he was so successful. I do have a full on write up on him i did back in February if you care enough to take a look. Granted A.J Brown was mostly in the slot at Ole Miss but he had flashed on the boundary enough to make me comfortable thinking he could do it in the pro's, but I did not see that in the film with Jefferson. He has incredible hands but we need a true X receiver and with the likes of Higgins and Mims still on the board i would 10/10 have them over Jefferson.

They definitely could of been had in this mock. Like I said, there was too may receiving options setting there, had to move back a few spots get an extra pick.

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I love this draft. Very nicely done. My only issue is Moss. Not a believer in him, would probably go defense with that pick. It would be surprising seeing Ballard not pick a defensive player until the 5th but the way he's played free agency, I definitely wouldn't rule it out. Our 1st 2 picks alone make this draft a win in my eyes though. 

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42 minutes ago, TheMose said:

I love this draft. Very nicely done. My only issue is Moss. Not a believer in him, would probably go defense with that pick. It would be surprising seeing Ballard not pick a defensive player until the 5th but the way he's played free agency, I definitely wouldn't rule it out. Our 1st 2 picks alone make this draft a win in my eyes though. 

Thanks.

 

Moss probably is a dice roll, growing up the son of a legend is tough. I think he is a little to complacent. Used to have stuff given to him. Hopefully being in the league will up his game to a new level? If he puts it all together though, the pedigree is out this world.

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1 hour ago, w87r said:

Thanks.

 

Moss probably is a dice roll, growing up the son of a legend is tough. I think he is a little to complacent. Used to have stuff given to him. Hopefully being in the league will up his game to a new level? If he puts it all together though, the pedigree is out this world.

I agree. Doesn't seem like a Ballard guy. His name is carrying him more than his work ethic and production. 

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11 minutes ago, TheMose said:

I agree. Doesn't seem like a Ballard guy. His name is carrying him more than his work ethic and production. 

I agree, whether here or not hopefully that changes for him. I'm sure he'll grow up. 

 

Thanks for checking out the mock.

 

Any thoughts on any other parts of it?

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13 hours ago, twfish said:

So the Colts net

Jordan love

Justin Jefferson

Thaddeus Moss

Antonio Gandy-Golden

 McTelvin Agim

Alex Taylor

Carter Coughlin

 

Count me all in on that one. While i have my reservations about Jefferson I love the Gandy-Golden pick. 

I like the Moss pick and the Gandy-Golden pick...

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7 minutes ago, w87r said:

I agree, whether here or not hopefully that changes for him. I'm sure he'll grow up. 

 

Thanks for checking out the mock.

 

Any thoughts on any other parts of it?

No problem. I appreciate you doing this. 

 

Love the trade up to snag Love right before the Pats. I was a believer of grabbing him at 13 to sit behind Rivers before the Buckner trade. If we can still get him, I'd be thrilled.

 

Also a big fan of Justin Jefferson. Him in the 2nd would be an amazing pick. I do think the likelihood that Mims, Jefferson, and Higgins all 3 make it that late is not likely but who knows. I would be happy with any one of them with our first pick in the 2nd. 

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14 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:


You have concerns about a Jefferson?

 

May I ask you to share your concerns?  I confess I’m a little surprised....

In addition to twfish's response and previous write-up, TDN just had a piece specifically about this and whether Jefferson is relegated to the slot or if he can play outside:

https://thedraftnetwork.com/articles/outside-receiver-slot-receiver-justin-jefferson-nfl-draft-2020

 

I tend to agree that he'll need to play mostly out of the slot early to get him free releases, but I can see him be able to play well on the boundary after a year or 2.

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