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  1. bodi

    bodi Well-Known Member

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    1 Noah Igbinoghene, 5-11 #200 CB, Auburn

    2 Brycen Hopkins, TE, 6-4 #245 Purdue

    3 DaVon Hamilton, DT, 6-4 #310 Ohio State

    4 Terrell Burgess, S, 6 #190 Utah

    5 Logan Wilson, 6-2 #250 /OLB ILB, Wyoming

    7 Akeem Davis-Gaither, OLB/ILB , 6-2 #215 Appalachian State
     
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  2. Sydla

    Sydla Well-Known Member

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    Seems like a pretty bit reach with that first pick. I haven't seen many mocks or rankings that have Igbinoghene in the first round.
     
  3. JIMMYBUFFETT

    JIMMYBUFFETT Skinwalker

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    I like Davon Hamilton.Underrated DT.
     
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  4. KingintheNorth

    KingintheNorth Chris in Arizona

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    I'm a draft nerd and I've never even heard of your 1st round pick.

    I think the 2nd round TE is overrated but I realize I'm in the minority on him.

    Hamilton is intriguing. Not sure where his value lies.

    Love your 4th round pick.

    Pass on your 5th and 7th round picks, especially since they are mehh linebackers.
     
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  5. rickster14

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    Big Auburn fan here. Noah is a good CB, but not Round 1 good. I think 3rd at beat. Great speed, good cover skills, not many INTs.

    Could push for playing time here, but 1st round is a HUGE reach
     
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  6. Sydla

    Sydla Well-Known Member

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    The best review I saw on him was maybe late 2nd round CB.
     
  7. Chrisdd

    Chrisdd Member

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    Logan Wilson isn't a mehh linebacker. Dude is all over the field. I've seen a few Wyoming games over the past couple of years.
     
  8. KingintheNorth

    KingintheNorth Chris in Arizona

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    Me as well. I know one of the Wyoming defensive coaches pretty well.

    He doesn't do much for me. Less Marc Nzeocha and more Caleb McSurley to me.
     
  9. Chrisdd

    Chrisdd Member

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    Agree to disagree my friend. It's all good!
     
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  10. Xavier187

    Xavier187 Well-Known Member

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    Noah could be had in the 4th or 5th.

    Dallas needs to add atleast two CBs.
    Robinson or the Notre Dame kid would be great in the 4th or 5th
     
  11. Paintrain4978

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    Not a fan of the 1st rounder, seems like a huge reach to me. If I’m going CB in the 1st give me Cristian Wilkins or Jeff Gladney and even they would be a bit of a reach IMO. I think 2nd or 3rd round is going to be the sweet spot for secondary help.
     
  12. Paintrain4978

    Paintrain4978 Active Member

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    Whoops meant Kristian Fulton lol
     
  13. Xavier187

    Xavier187 Well-Known Member

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    I believe we need two cbs
     
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  14. bodi

    bodi Well-Known Member

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    https://thedraftnetwork.com/articles/nfl-draft-sleepers--2020-senior-bowl-and-early-declarations

    Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming

    Remember Minnesota’s Blake Cashman in last year's draft class? Wyoming's Logan Wilson is cut from the same cloth, and I was just about higher on Cashman's projection to the NFL than any other analyst in the draft community. As such, I fell in love with Wilson's film the moment I pressed play. He is a quick, savvy linebacker who plays with incredible instincts and intelligence in the middle of the field. Wilson may not have the length to consistently deconstruct blocks at the point of attack, but he does a nice job of evading blockers by beating them to their landmarks with speed and superior mental processing.

    Many linebackers playing in Mobile will immensely struggle in pass coverage drills, but don't expect Wilson to be associated with that group. He finished his senior season with four interceptions and seven pass breakups, which combined is more than any linebacker at this year's event. This 2020 linebacker class' depth is fairly shallow, but if you're looking for a mid-round player to rise up draft boards, check out Wilson

    Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn

    A former track star and wide receiver for Auburn, Noah Igbinoghene switched his position in the spring of 2018 to cornerback. After starting the last two seasons on the boundary, he declared for the 2020 draft. If you haven't watched Igbinoghene play, the first thing you need to know about is that he is seriously fast. He has many technical issues at the line of scrimmage with his footwork, but his raw athleticism allows him to recover and make up for those errors at an incredible rate. Igbinoghene's going to need significant refinement, but for a player who is about to enter just his third year at the position, I am ecstatic about what he could become based on the traits I've seen on tape. There may not be a cornerback in this draft class who possesses his foot quickness and twitch in man coverage. Wide receivers had significant difficulty trying to separate against Igbinoghene because of how superior he was athletically, and you can tell his confidence on the boundary continues to grow with each snap he takes. In fact, his best game this year came against Alabama in the Iron Bowl.

    Igbinoghene will not be the first cornerback selected, but I wouldn’t rule out the possibility of him becoming a first-round selection. He is what I like to call an "ascending player" as his development arc will increase with more coaching and snaps. When he runs 4.3 in the 40-yard dash and has the best broad jump at the combine, you will see his name pop up in several mock drafts.
     
  15. bodi

    bodi Well-Known Member

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    https://thedraftnetwork.com/articles/2020-senior-bowl-preview--tight-ends


    Entering the season, Brycen Hopkins was regarded as a potential TE1. His above-average athleticism paired with his run after the catch threat made him a premium candidate to take the next step and be one of the more coveted offensive weapons in the 2020 draft. At his best, he has some Evan Engram in his game. He can run routes as explosively and crisply as many wide receivers — except Hopkins does it at 6-foot-5. You can put him anywhere as a flex/slot receiver off the line of scrimmage and have a good chance at it being a mismatch in your favor.

    From an athletic standpoint, Hopkins should be able to stand out in Mobile when it comes to both scrimmages and one-on-ones.
     
  16. bodi

    bodi Well-Known Member

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    told you all that was a quick mock

    but really like



    3 DaVon Hamilton, DT, 6-4 #310 Ohio State

    4 Terrell Burgess, S, 6 #190 Utah
     
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  17. Future

    Future Intramural Legend

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    I like Hamilton a lot. He just weighed in at 327 - would probably need to lose a bit of weight.

    I know people talk about Fotu, but I think they're pretty even in terms of where they could go and what their immediate impact could be.
     
  18. JeffInDC

    JeffInDC Well-Known Member

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    If he played around that weight this year, why would he need to lose weight?
     
  19. Future

    Future Intramural Legend

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    B/c the Big 10 isn't the NFL.

    You have to be explosive to be a DT who makes a difference. If he can lose 10-15 lbs, not lose a step, and remain stout at the POA, that'd make him a better player.
     
  20. JeffInDC

    JeffInDC Well-Known Member

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    Again, if he’s played at that weight and was already pretty quick off the ball, he’s just what is needed at 1T. Give me 2 dudes like him at DT and have speed at the other 9 spots, then the D can match up with anybody. I’m sure GB wishes they had someone that could clog up the run in the Championship game.
     

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