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My 'notables' here:

-Ja'Marr Chase and Kyle Pitts in the top 3 after Trevor Lawrence. Not that I disagree... just notable. 

-Zach Wilson over Justin Fields. I think I agree... although it's close. 

-Trey Lance over Justin Fields... I'm not sure I agree with this one. But interesting nonetheless. 

-Rashawn Slater over Penei Sewell... hard disagree... but I like Slater too, so... I just love Sewell 

-Caleb Farley over Patrick Surtain... I think I agree... have to do a lot more study on the CBs though. 

-Gregory Rousseau EDGE1 over Kwity Paye

-Trevon Moehrig S1

-Jaelan Phillips in top 20... interesting to see how the league sees him. From what I've heard he has some off-field stuff that might impact his draft stock. 

-Kadarius Toney top 20... yes! I love Kadarius too. 

-Levi Onwuzurike at 23... haven't seen him yet... but I think this is the highest I've seen him on draft boards. Interesting. 

-Tutu Atwell no.31

-Joe Tryon no 32... not sure I agree with this one... 

-Christian Barmore at 37!! Wow. He's low on him... I've seen people mock him in top 10. 

-Eric Stokes makes top 50... Campbell does not. 

 

Very interesting read. Will have to go over some of the prospects ... 

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5 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

DJ is out with his second big story of the week.

 

His first top 50.    If you don't like what you see here...   relax...   he'll do 3-4 more before the draft arrives.   He's always updating and revising as all the top analysts do.

 

Enjoy!

 

https://www.nfl.com/news/daniel-jeremiah-s-top-50-2021-nfl-draft-prospect-rankings-1-0

His list last year was reasonably close on where players were drafted.   A good place to start knowing these names.  Thanks!

 

Ballard has targeted many players that perform well in the senior bowl; I expect it to be even more important this year considering there will be no combine.  

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I think it would be fun if there was a Universal Consensus Big Board of the TOP 32 from all the best college evaluators. 

And then each team according to their draft slot is forced to take the player on the Big Board that aligns with their pick #.

Only in First Round But trades are allowed.   :funny:

 

According to DJ's Board, colts are matched up  #21 with a LB from Notre Dame.

Would Ballard look to trade? :scratch:

 

 

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Interesting he has so many of the notable OTs ranked near each other in the bottom half of his top 50. Seems like I need to do more research on James Hudson. He’s killing the Senior Bowl and DJ has him too 50. So far I’m lacking Radunz over Eichenberg now.

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