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Something tells me that our pick at #21 is gonna boil down to a choice between four players:

OT Samuel Cosmi

OT Liam Eichenberg

DE Gregory Rousseau

DE Jaelan Phillips

 

Either you're going to like Cosmi's long-term upside without immediate plug-and-play ability, or you'll like Eichenberg's pro-ready play-now status but with lower raw ability (and maybe even better at RT), or you like Rousseau's consistency and production without a 2020 season to see if he progressed, or you like Phillips' constant high motor but with a significant injury history.

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37 minutes ago, John Hammonds said:

Something tells me that our pick at #21 is gonna boil down to a choice between four players:

OT Samuel Cosmi

OT Liam Eichenberg

DE Gregory Rousseau

DE Jaelan Phillips

 

Either you're going to like Cosmi's long-term upside without immediate plug-and-play ability, or you'll like Eichenberg's pro-ready play-now status but with lower raw ability (and maybe even better at RT), or you like Rousseau's consistency and production without a 2020 season to see if he progressed, or you like Phillips' constant high motor but with a significant injury history.

Funny you say that I had Cosmi in my 1st mock 

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