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32 Tampa Bay Jayson Oweh 

 

Most people are probably gonna hate this pick  but I think JOK would be fantastic in the Colts defense 

 

 

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For me,  he's the only LB that I'd feel comfortable with in the first round.    Maybe even the first 3-4 rounds.

 

He's just that good.    If you believe in BPA,  JOK fits that description.    Our LB corp would be faaaassst!

 

I'd prefer we not do this.   I think LB is no higher than our 6th most pressing need.   But I don't think I'd hate this.

 

If he's there when we pick, I think we'd certainly consider it,  or perhaps trade down depending on who else is available.

 

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39 minutes ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

For me,  he's the only LB that I'd feel comfortable with in the first round.    Maybe even the first 3-4 rounds.

 

He's just that good.    If you believe in BPA,  JOK fits that description.    Our LB corp would be faaaassst!

 

I'd prefer we not do this.   I think LB is no higher than our 6th most pressing need.   But I don't think I'd hate this.

 

If he's there when we pick, I think we'd certainly consider it,  or perhaps trade down depending on who else is available.

 

I think he would be day 1 starter at LB and in certain spots could play S

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1 minute ago, danlhart87 said:

I think he would be day 1 starter at LB and in certain spots could play S

 

I agree....

 

Except I believe we're looking to play less 4-3 and more 4-2-5 or even 4-1-6 defensively.

 

That leaves good people standing on the sidelines.     Not sure I want to use pick 21 on a player who might not be playing 95% of our snaps.

 

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1 minute ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

I agree....

 

Except I believe we're looking to play less 4-3 and more 4-2-5 or even 4-1-6 defensively.

 

That leaves good people standing on the sidelines.     Not sure I want to use pick 21 on a player who might not be playing 95% of our snaps.

 

Hes a swiss army knife so could be shifted around in many different ways. Could ultimately help this D.

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Yeah. I love the idea of having another fassssst playmaker on the D. He's one of a handful of guys, if they slipped, that I'd be happy taking over a Tackle or DE. 

Owusu-koroamoa, Micah Parsons, Devonte Smith (if his weight makes him drop) ... those guys seem special. Parsons' off-field stuff would have to be thoroughly looked at, but ...

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2 minutes ago, Gigc said:

Yeah. I love the idea of having another fassssst playmaker on the D. He's one of a handful of guys, if they slipped, that I'd be happy taking over a Tackle or DE. 

Owusu-koroamoa, Micah Parsons, Devonte Smith (if his weight makes him drop) ... those guys seem special. Parsons' off-field stuff would have to be thoroughly looked at, but ...

The 2 other guys you mentioned will most likely go top 15

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3 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

 

1 Jacksonville Trevor Lawrence 

2 NY Jets Zach Wilson 

3 SF Mac Jones 

4 Atlanta Trey Lance 

5 Cincinnati JaMarr Chase 

6 MIami Kyle Pitts 

7 Detroit Jaylen Waddle 

8 Carolina Penei Sewell 

9 Denver Justin Fields 

10 Dallas Patrick Surtain 

11 NY Giants Rashawn Slater 

12 Philadelphia DeVonta Smith 

13 LA Chargers Christian Darrisaw 

14 Minnesota Jaelan Phillips 

15 New England Micah Parsons 

16 Arizona Jaycee Horn 

17 Las Vegas Alijah Vera-Tucker 

18 Miami Kwity Paye 

19 Washington Zaven Collins 

20 Chicago Teven Jenkins 

21 Indianapolis Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah 

22 Tennessee Rashod Bateman 

23 NY Jets Greg Newsome 

24 Pittsburgh Samuel Cosmi 

25 Jacksonville Christian Barmore 

26 Cleveland Jamin Davis 

27 Baltimore Azeez Ojulari 

28 New Orleans Rondale Moore 

29 Green Bay Kelvin Joseph 

30 Buffalo Levi Onwuzurike 

31 Kansas City Dillon Radunz 

32 Tampa Bay Jayson Oweh 

 

Most people are probably gonna hate this pick  but I think JOK would be fantastic in the Colts defense 

 

 

With how you have this draft laid out. This would be a fantastic pic!!!!   Although Bateman and maybe further back Newsome would also be there.   But!   I would have no issues with this.

 

Ballard likes the front 7.     This would certainly bolster that group!

 

 

FWIW.  I misspelled bolster about 5 times now I'm not even sure its a word 

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3 minutes ago, BluesGirl said:

He'd play Mike correct?     

I'm not 100% lol

4 minutes ago, BluesGirl said:

With how you have this draft laid out. This would be a fantastic pic!!!!   Although Bateman and maybe further back Newsome would also be there.   But!   I would have no issues with this.

 

Ballard likes the front 7.     This would certainly bolster that group!

 

 

FWIW.  I misspelled bolster about 5 times now I'm not even sure its a word 

He fills a void left by Walker

Glad people here are open to the idea 

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2 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

Except I believe we're looking to play less 4-3 and more 4-2-5 or even 4-1-6 defensively.

 

 

If that is truly the case, Azeez Ojulari has to be in play at No.21 then, IMO.

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3 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

For me,  he's the only LB that I'd feel comfortable with in the first round.    Maybe even the first 3-4 rounds.

 

He's just that good.    If you believe in BPA,  JOK fits that description.    Our LB corp would be faaaassst!

 

I'd prefer we not do this.   I think LB is no higher than our 6th most pressing need.   But I don't think I'd hate this.

 

If he's there when we pick, I think we'd certainly consider it,  or perhaps trade down depending on who else is available.

 

I agree.  He is the only 1st round ILB by a far stretch. And maybe when you figure in value and need the only in the 1st 3-4 rounds. 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

How so?

 

Ojulari has both 2 point and 3 point stance experience, Teams that play multiple fronts will love him and I see a lot of Robert Mathis in him, he is about the same height and weight like when Mathis was drafted. That is my take at least. :) 

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Just now, chad72 said:

 

 

Ojulari has both 2 point and 3 point stance experience, Teams that play multiple fronts will love him and I see a lot of Robert Mathis in him, he is about the same height and weight like when Mathis was drafted. That is my take at least. :) 

I thought he was projected specifically as a 34 but I'm probably wrong 

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1 minute ago, danlhart87 said:

I thought he was projected specifically as a 3-4 LB but I'm probably wrong 

 

No, he is primarily projected as a pass rush specialist for a team that plays multiple fronts, teams like the Ravens, Dolphins, and to an extent the Bucs and Titans too. However, they said the same about Jerry Hughes too, and same with Robert Mathis, because of lack of bulk that they would end up playing as a 3-4 OLB but we all know what happened.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

If that is truly the case, Azeez Ojulari has to be in play at No.21 then, IMO.

Why would thus make Ojulari more in play?   Sorry, I don’t follow?

 

I don’t see him as a DE, or as a 4-3 OLB.   I see him as a 3-4 OLB. 

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16 minutes ago, BluesGirl said:

I agree.  He is the only 1st round ILB by a far stretch. And maybe when you figure in value and need the only in the 1st 3-4 rounds. 

 

 

For what it’s worth.   I don’t think he’d be an inside LB for the Colts.  I think he’d be an OLB,  with Okereke in the middle. 

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8 minutes ago, NewColtsFan said:

For what it’s worth.   I don’t think he’d be an inside LB for the Colts.  I think he’d be an OLB,  with Okereke in the middle. 

I am gonna disagree only to an extent.   You could be right. but he may be the best cover LB in the draft and that bodes well at MLB for this D

 

https://www.profootballnetwork.com/jeremiah-owusu-koramoah-nfl-draft-player-profile-notre-dame-linebacker/

 

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In the passing game, his football instincts help put him in a position to make plays. His experience of playing the safety position is demonstrated by multiple pass breakups. It isn’t a stretch to say that he has the best coverage skills of any linebacker in this class.

 

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12 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

This kid would be a baller on our D

Yes he would.    I can also see the argument that the "value" would be better in this scenario to take Newsome.  Like NCF said Oke would play Mike so it could add another playmaker at another position.

 

 

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33 minutes ago, BluesGirl said:

Yes he would.    I can also see the argument that the "value" would be better in this scenario to take Newsome.  Like NCF said Oke would play Mike so it could add another playmaker at another position.

 

 

I honestly hope if they CB Horn somehow falls

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10 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

I honestly hope if they CB Horn somehow falls

I may be over thinking but!!!!   I think Horn is the next Revis.    Which I think maybe the best CB of our generation.    Rod Woodson (my boy).  Is right there.  # Dione 

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11 minutes ago, BluesGirl said:

I may be over thinking but!!!!   I think Horn is the next Revis.    Which I think maybe the best CB of our generation.    Rod Woodson (my boy).  Is right there.  # Dione 

I won't go that far but he will be great

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19 minutes ago, BluesGirl said:

  Favorite CB OR player?    He is top 10 talent and even higher ranked value 

Hes my favorite CB in draft

My favorite player is Samuel Cosmi 

 

I'm a Texas Longhorns fan 

I live in Texas

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13 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

 

1 Jacksonville Trevor Lawrence 

2 NY Jets Zach Wilson 

3 SF Mac Jones 

4 Atlanta Trey Lance 

5 Cincinnati JaMarr Chase 

6 MIami Kyle Pitts 

7 Detroit Jaylen Waddle 

8 Carolina Penei Sewell 

9 Denver Justin Fields 

10 Dallas Patrick Surtain 

11 NY Giants Rashawn Slater 

12 Philadelphia DeVonta Smith 

13 LA Chargers Christian Darrisaw 

14 Minnesota Jaelan Phillips 

15 New England Micah Parsons 

16 Arizona Jaycee Horn 

17 Las Vegas Alijah Vera-Tucker 

18 Miami Kwity Paye 

19 Washington Zaven Collins 

20 Chicago Teven Jenkins 

21 Indianapolis Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah 

22 Tennessee Rashod Bateman 

23 NY Jets Greg Newsome 

24 Pittsburgh Samuel Cosmi 

25 Jacksonville Christian Barmore 

26 Cleveland Jamin Davis 

27 Baltimore Azeez Ojulari 

28 New Orleans Rondale Moore 

29 Green Bay Kelvin Joseph 

30 Buffalo Levi Onwuzurike 

31 Kansas City Dillon Radunz 

32 Tampa Bay Jayson Oweh 

 

Most people are probably gonna hate this pick  but I think JOK would be fantastic in the Colts defense 

 

 

I Love the pick ! D rookie of year!!

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