Brugler Top 100 overall

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  1. Risen Star

    Risen Star Likes Collector Zone Supporter

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    Fresh from his just released draft guide. Which you have to subscribe to The Athletic to get. It's "free" then.

    1. NICK BOSA EDGE Ohio State
    2. QUINNEN WILLIAMS DL Alabama
    3. JOSH ALLEN EDGE Kentucky
    4. JONAH WILLIAMS OT Alabama
    5. ED OLIVER DL Houston
    6. T.J. HOCKENSON TE Iowa
    7. MONTEZ SWEAT EDGE Mississippi State
    8. CHRISTIAN WILKINS DL Clemson
    9. ANDRE DILLARD OT Washington State
    10. DEVIN BUSH LB Michigan

    11. BRIAN BURNS EDGE Florida State
    12. DEVIN WHITE LB LSU
    13. RASHAN GARY EDGE Michigan
    14. JAWAAN TAYLOR OT Florida
    15. DWAYNE HASKINS QB Ohio State
    16. KYLER MURRAY QB Oklahoma
    17. GARRETT BRADBURY OC NC State
    18. JEFFERY SIMMONS DL Mississippi State
    19. CODY FORD OT Oklahoma
    20. BYRON MURPHY CB Washington

    21. CLELIN FERRELL EDGE Clemson
    22. JOSH JACOBS RB Alabama
    23. NOAH FANT TE Iowa
    24. GREEDY WILLIAMS CB LSU
    25. NASIR ADDERLEY S Delaware
    26. ROCK YA-SIN CB Temple
    27. D.K. METCALF WR Ole Miss
    28. MARQUISE BROWN WR Oklahoma
    29. SEAN BUNTING CB Central Michigan
    30. TAYLOR RAPP S Washington

    31. A.J. BROWN WR Ole Miss
    32. JERRY TILLERY DL Notre Dame
    33. DEXTER LAWRENCE DL Clemson
    34. DEANDRE BAKER CB Georgia
    35. ERIK McCOY OC Texas A&M
    36. CHRIS LINDSTROM OG Boston College
    37. DREW LOCK QB Missouri
    38. JACHAI POLITE EDGE Florida
    39. GREG LITTLE OT Ole Miss
    40. JUSTIN LAYNE CB Michigan State

    41. JOHNATHAN ABRAM S Mississippi State
    42. IRV SMITH JR. TE Alabama
    43. PARRIS CAMPBELL WR Ohio State
    44. ELGTON JENKINS OC Mississippi State
    45. DEEBO SAMUEL WR South Carolina
    46. DALTON RISNER OG Kansas State
    47. D’ANDRE WALKER EDGE Georgia
    48. CHAUNCEY GARDNER-JOHNSON S Florida
    49. JUAN THORNHILL S Virginia
    50. JULIAN LOVE CB Notre Dame

    51. KELVIN HARMON WR NC State
    52. N’KEAL HARRY WR Arizona State
    53. DANIEL JONES QB Duke
    54. MACK WILSON LB Alabama
    55. DAMIEN HARRIS RB Alabama
    56. DRE’MONT JONES DL Ohio State
    57. DEIONTE THOMPSON S Alabama
    58. DARNELL SAVAGE JR. S Maryland
    59. RILEY RIDLEY WR Georgia
    60. CHASE WINOVICH EDGE Michigan

    61. L.J. COLLIER EDGE TCU
    62. HAKEEM BUTLER WR Iowa State
    63. KALEB McGARY OT Washington
    64. ANDY ISABELLA WR Massachusetts
    65. JAHLANI TAVAI LB Hawaii
    66. JOEJUAN WILLIAMS CB Vanderbilt
    67. JJ ARCEGA-WHITESIDE WR Stanford
    68. AMANI HOOKER S Iowa
    69. JAYLON FERGUSON EDGE Louisiana Tech
    70. ANTHONY NELSON EDGE Iowa

    71. GERMAINE PRATT LB NC State
    72. DAVID LONG CB Michigan
    73. KHALEN SAUNDERS DL Western Illinois
    74. ZACH ALLEN EDGE Boston College
    75. DAVID MONTGOMERY RB Iowa State
    76. MILES SANDERS RB Penn State
    77. MAXX CROSBY EDGE Eastern Michigan
    78. DEVIN SINGLETARY RB Florida Atlantic
    79. TYTUS HOWARD OT Alabama State
    80. DARRELL HENDERSON RB Memphis

    81. MAX SCHARPING OT Northern Illinois
    82. MILES BOYKIN WR Notre Dame
    83. KAHALE WARRING TE San Diego State
    84. CONNOR McGOVERN OC Penn State
    85. DAWSON KNOX TE Ole Miss
    86. JAMEL DEAN CB Auburn
    87. JACE STERNBERGER TE Texas A&M
    88. RENELL WREN DL Arizona State
    89. TE’VON CONEY LB Notre Dame
    90. TRAYVON MULLEN CB Clemson

    91. TRYSTEN HILL DL UCF
    92. MECOLE HARDMAN WR Georgia
    93. TERRY McLAURIN WR Ohio State
    94. BLAKE CASHMAN LB Minnesota
    95. JUSTICE HILL RB Oklahoma State
    96. CHRISTIAN MILLER EDGE Alabama
    97. ISAIAH JOHNSON CB Houston
    98. VOSEAN JOSEPH LB Florida
    99. JOSH OLIVER TE San Jose State
    100. DARIUS SLAYTON WR Auburn
     
  2. cnuball21

    cnuball21 Well-Known Member

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    Rapp at 30.

    If Brugler is good with this dude I’m on board.
     
  3. darthseinfeld

    darthseinfeld Today's Winner Of The Internet

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    People are putting too much into his measurables. Guy is a player
     
  4. KingintheNorth

    KingintheNorth Chris in Arizona

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    2nd round and 3rd round picks.

    You are welcome.
     
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  5. cowboyec

    cowboyec Well-Known Member

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    LJ Collier,DE-Tcu
    Joejuan Williams,CB-Vandy
    Jaylon Ferguson,DE-La Tech
    Zach Allen,DE-Boston College

    gimmie one of'm.
     
  6. Mr_437

    Mr_437 Well-Known Member

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    Crosby n Cashman are rated higher than most sites...two guys I liked on tape.
     
  7. cnuball21

    cnuball21 Well-Known Member

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    I agree.

    As long as the team utilitzes his strengths I think he’ll be a solid pro.
     
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  8. cowboyec

    cowboyec Well-Known Member

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    Trysten Hill,DT-Ucf
    Christian Miller,DE-Alabama
    Isaiah Johnson,CB-Houston

    either one in the 3rd.

    also like Justice Hill,RB-Oklahoma St and TE Josh Oliver...but not at 90...unless we get wiped out.
     
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  9. CF74

    CF74 Vet Min Plus

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    Well thanks for hacking I mean spending the money to share this info...:cool:
     
  10. cowboyec

    cowboyec Well-Known Member

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    no Gerald Willis,DT-Miami in top 100.
     
  11. DBOY3141

    DBOY3141 Well-Known Member

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    just shows how desperate teams are in finding a QB. Lock is in the 30's and Jones is in the 50's, both will probably go top 20 next week.
     
  12. Oh_Canada

    Oh_Canada Well-Known Member

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    Agree-Crosby is criminally underrated. Early third for sure.
     
  13. AsthmaField

    AsthmaField Outta bounds

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    Rapp had the fastest 3 cone time of all safeties at the combine and the third best shuttle time. His change of direction is very good.

    He’s a natural safety and has the instincts to excel in the pros. He’s smart, tough, loves the game and is probably the best tackler in the draft.

    People complain about Heath and the angles he takes... his poor instincts. They say that it doesn’t matter that he is one of the fastest guys on the team because I’d his angles to the ball, and his sub standard tackling. Tell fans complaining about Heath that he ran a fast 40 and see how fast they laugh at you.

    Some of those same guys poo-poo Rapp and his excellent safety skills and tackling because he didn’t run a fast 40.

    It makes no sense.

    Rapp is a hell of a football player and if Richard used him like he used Cam Chancellor at Seattle, he’d be a day one starter and make a big difference.

    Yeah, I’d be ok with him at 58
     
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  14. morasp

    morasp Well-Known Member

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    Completely agree, Rapp is a real talent and I would love the pick. I would even give up the compensatory fourth to move up a little if he got close to 58. The majority of passing plays are short to intermediate which would be the area of the field Rapp would operating in.
     
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  15. AsthmaField

    AsthmaField Outta bounds

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    Yeah, you take Rapp’s excellent ability to redirect and change direction with his outstanding football IQ and instincts, and it is easy to see him being the first guy to the ball anywhere near the line of scrimmage.

    I do have concern over his long speed if teams try to isolate him but if the team uses him like Chancellor (likely) he’d be a really good SS.
     
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